Each year, a few Providence Cristo Rey students are nominated to join our Student Ambassadors. These students have different talents and interests, but are all motivated to succeed and spread the word about our school!
Congratulations to the 2018-19 Student Ambassadors:
Taren Armour, Class of 2019
Iyonna Brooks, Class of 2019
Lydvine Adjahouisso, Class of 2020
Destiny Anthony, Class of 2020
Leairra Carter, Class of 2020
Tamia Coe, Class of 2020
Charles Collins, Class of 2020
Alonso Granados, Class of 2021
Lashai Love, Class of 2020
Nevaeh Wilson, Class of 2021
Zyan Colgrove, Class of 2022
Samuel Gladney, Class of 2020
Tristan Gray, Class of 2022
Jackie Hughey, Class of 2021
Aria McPherson, Class of 2020
Toriana Minter, Class of 2021
Cassie Mitchell, Class of 2022
Terry Newton, Class of 2020
Alexis Stratton, Class of 2020
Sabrina Talbot, Class of 2022
Alexcia Thorpe, Class of 2021
We spoke to five Ambassadors about their favorite PCR memories and what they are most looking forward to this year.
Alexcia Thorpe, Sophomore
Corporate Work Study Partner: Salesforce
Extracurricular activities: Volleyball, Softball, Basketball, and AAU Basketball
Favorite PCR memory: When I hit a homerun at last year's softball senior night game. It was my first home run in a high school game.
What are you most looking forward to this year: I am looking forward to the volleyball sectional tournament next month and basketball season. (Note: The Lady Wolves volleyball team recently went on a 7 game winning streak!)
Charles Collins, Junior
Corporate Work Study Partner: August Mack Environmental
Extracurricular activities: Soccer, Track & Field, Creative Writing Club, Chick-Fil-A Leadership Academy, National Honor Society, & volunteering at Walk of Faith Church.
Favorite PCR memory: I have two. The first is the last day of freshman year. I had made so many great friends and we had a lot of fun that day. The second is when I was inducted into NHS my sophomore year.
What are you most looking forward to this year: Prom and taking the SAT. My goal is to get a perfect score.
Lydvine Adjahouisso, Junior
Corporate Work Study Partner: Duke Realty
Extracurricular activities: Soccer, Wrestling, National Honor Society, Chick-Fil-A Leadership Academy
Favorite PCR memory: Getting to work with kids at Hawthorne Community Center every Monday for NHS community service.
What are you most looking forward to this year: I am looking forward to working hard, getting good grades, and being with my friends at school. I also want to show my faith in God by bringing love in the community we are in.
Destiny Anthony, Junior
Corporate Work Study Partner: Fifth Third Bank
Extracurricular activities: Cheerleading and Center for Leadership Development programming participant
Favorite PCR memory: Our Draft Day from my freshman year. I was really excited to be picked by a company and go to work for them.
What are you most looking forward to this year: I am most looking forward to starting to look at what colleges to apply for next year. Right now, I am really interested in Marian University and potentially attending their medical school as well.
Taren Armour, Senior
Corporate Work Study Partner: Eli Lilly & Company
Extracurricular activities: Cheerleading, Student Council President, National Honor Society, Praise Dance at Full Gospel Worship Center. Gregory Hancock Dance Company member
Favorite PCR memory: One of my favorite memories is from our school lock-in during my freshman year and the college visit to the University of Evansville that happened the next day. Those two days were really tiring, but I loved spending that time with my friends.
What are you most looking forward to this year: Graduation!
We hope you are able to meet a Student Ambassador at one of our events or on a visit to our school!