skip to Main Content

Senior Court representation of student body

The Senior Fall Homecoming Court, as one student put it, represents “every spectrum of Providence.” There are House leaders, athletes, academic standouts, actors, and more. Read these Q&As to learn more about their Providence experience:

Courtney Glotzbach, House of Truth, Volleyball, National Honor Society

Question: What does it mean to you to be on the homecoming court?
Answer: It is extremely exciting to be on Homecoming Court as a senior. The people who are on it are always a very good representation of the class, and I am glad that I was chosen to be in that group this year. The eight people on the court this year give a very strong representation of our class. Each person is involved in the school in their own way, and I think with all eight of us, we have every spectrum of Providence represented.

Q: What is your favorite sport/extracurricular?
A: Volleyball would be my favorite extracurricular activity. I, along with many others here at Providence, are consumed in it year-round and plan to continue with it after high school. I have played varsity volleyball all four years as a Pioneer. Being involved with a program like Providence Volleyball has helped me change and grow into the person/athlete I am today. It teaches more than just athletic skills. The program teaches you discipline, responsibility, the value of family, and the importance of unity within a group.

Q: How do you represent Blue Pride?
A: I represent Blue Pride in a unique way. Not only do I represent it, my whole family does. A Glotzbach has gone to Providence ever since its doors opened the very first time, and there are still many to come. You will always see my family and me tailgating before, and even after, any game. The Glotzbachs will always be the largest fan section, even if there isn’t a family member on the team. I represent Blue Pride through my family, and we all have immense love for this school.

Q: What is your favorite subject?
A: My favorite subject in school would be any math class. I enjoy the feeling of knowing how to do something and knowing that in the end there is a definite answer. I like the fact that ever since I have come to Providence I have had a math teacher who teaches in a style that best suits me.

Q: What are your college plans?
A: I am planning on attending Jacksonville State University to play volleyball.

Natalie Boesing, House of Integrity, Cross Country, Girls Basketball, Girls Tennis, Student Ambassador, Eucharistic Minister, NHS

Question: What does it mean to you to be on the homecoming court?
Answer: To be on homecoming court is an honor. I’m really excited for the opportunity and to be a part of it senior year.

Q: What is your favorite sport/extracurricular?
A: Tennis is my favorite. I’ve played since I was 5 years old. It’s my favorite because it’s challenging, fun, competitive, and a family tradition to play.

Q: How do you represent Blue Pride?
A: I represent Blue Pride by showing sportsmanship while wearing the Providence name during athletics and supporting the teams that I’m not a part of.

Q: What is your favorite subject?
A: My favorite subject is Spanish because it’s very interesting to me and fun to learn.

Q: What are your college plans?
A: I plan to attend Butler University and play tennis and major in either business marketing or education and minor in Spanish. One of the major reasons I want to go into education is because of the impact that the teachers at Providence have made on me. I never wanted to be a teacher before coming here and meeting the great faculty. They truly have left their mark on me in many ways. I want to impact kids’ lives one day like they have here at Providence.

Ceci Rush, House of Courage, Volleyball, Track, Student Ambassadors, NHS, Pinterest Club, and Green Dot.

Question: What does it mean to you to be on the homecoming court?
Answer: It means a lot to me to be on the homecoming court my senior year. I am very thankful to get the opportunity to represent the senior class.

Q: What is your favorite sport/extracurricular?
A: Out of all the activities I am a part of, Volleyball means the most to me. I have been playing since second grade and have had the privilege of being a four-year varsity player of the Pioneers. The volleyball program at Providence is something special.

Q: How do you represent Blue Pride?
A: I represent Blue Pride by attending as many games and activities as I can and always repping Providence when I’m out in public.

Q: What is your favorite subject?
A: My favorite subject is anatomy because I love learning about the human body and how it works. The material is valuable and something we can use all the time.

Q: What are your college plans?
A: I plan to attend the University of Louisville to play volleyball and major in biology and go to dentistry school to be a dentist.

Maria Popson, House of Integrity senior executive delegate, Girls Soccer, Girls Tennis, Bowling Club, Student Ambassadors, National Honor Society president, ProLife Club co-president, Pinterest Club, and Cornhole Club. Plans to audition for Popcorn Players and spring musical

Question: What does it mean to you to be on the homecoming court?
Answer: I am honored to be on the court this year and to represent my class.

Q: What is your favorite sport/extracurricular?
A: My favorite of these is probably ProLife Club, which was established just last school year. Everyone involved in it is enthusiastic, and we have lots of ideas of how to be more lively this year, such as fundraisers for our trip to the March for Life alongside Catalyst Catholic and in-school activities.

Q: How do you represent Blue Pride?
A: I feel that I represent Blue Pride by immersing myself in various school activities, sports, clubs, and theater. Also, I was voted to be co-Pioneer in order to represent Blue Pride during sporting events. This is one outlet which I thoroughly enjoy because it allows me to reciprocate my love for the school.

Q: What is your favorite subject?
A: My favorite subject is math because it is a very logical subject, so I understand it better than any other subject. Also, it is great because of Mr. Book and SCÜMPS.

Q: What are your college plans?
A: Right now, I am planning to go to Purdue University and go into industrial engineering. Boiler up!

Carson Happel, House of Spirit, Boys Soccer

Question: What does it mean to you to be on the homecoming court?
Answer: To me, being on the homecoming court allows me to represent my school and show pride that I go to Providence.

Q: What is your favorite sport/extracurricular?
A: I have been involved in soccer since I decided to play it full-time freshman year.

Q: How do you represent Blue Pride?
A: I represent Blue Pride by giving my all during my games in order to help my team win.

Q: What is your favorite subject?
A: My Favorite subject in school is Environmental Science because I enjoy learning about our world and what makes it go around.

Q: What are your college plans?
A: I am planning to go to IU to study business.

Caden Sidebottom, House of Faith, Baseball, and NHS

Question: What does it mean to you to be on the homecoming court?
Answer: Anytime I have the chance to represent this senior class in anything or at any event, it’s special. What makes the homecoming court even more special is that I’m voted in by my classmates, and I consider that a huge honor.

Q: What is your favorite sport/extracurricular?
A: I’ve been involved with Providence baseball for all six years of being here and have played the sport since I was 4. It was definitely my first love.

Q: How do you represent Blue Pride?
A: I am one of the leaders of our student section and try to represent Providence in the best way possible. I also take representing the Providence jersey very seriously and take a lot of pride in calling myself a Pioneer.

Q: What is your favorite subject?
A: I’ve always loved history, mainly thanks to Ms. Manning and Mr. Beyl. Anyone lucky enough to have had them knows how great they are.

Q: What are your college plans?
A: I’m still weighing different colleges but plan to major in business and later get into studying law.

Austin Barnett, House of Spirit, Football, Boys Basketball, Boys Golf, NHS, Green Dot Club

Question: What does it mean to you to be on the homecoming court?
Answer: I am proud to be on homecoming court, and I see it as being an overall well-rounded person who sets a good example to others and having positive relationships with my classmates.

Q: What is your favorite sport/extracurricular?
A: Basketball and Football are both my favorite sports. I enjoy the physical aspect of them and playing them with two different groups of friends. I have played basketball for four years and football for one, but I wish I would’ve came back earlier.

Q: How do you represent Blue Pride?
A: Blue Pride is supporting sports events, setting a good example when outside of school. Whenever you wear a Providence shirt, you are supporting our school and are an image for them.

Q: What is your favorite subject?
A: My favorite subject is math because it comes easy to me when finding ways to solve the problems

Q: What are your college plans?
A: I want to major in marketing at Indiana University.

Austin Grantz, House of Justice, Boys Basketball, Track & Field

Question: What does it mean to you to be on the homecoming court?
Answer: I feel honored that my classmates nominated me, and I am grateful that this is my second time on the court. I know that I will look back on these moments and feel proud.

Q: What is your favorite sport/extracurricular?
A: Basketball has always been my favorite sport. I am able to form close bonds with my teammates while playing a sport I have been playing since I was a toddler. It brings out the best in me and teaches me respect, leadership, and much like life, there are ups and downs, and success and failures.

Q: How do you represent Blue Pride?
A: To me, Blue Pride means supporting each other in whatever school activity they’re involved with, whether that be sports, clubs, theatre, or the classroom. Therefore, I try to go to as many events as possible to show an interest.

Q: What is your favorite subject?
A: My favorite school subject would be math, because I like dealing with numbers, and it is used every day in the real world.

Q: What are your college plans?
A: At this time, I’m still exploring my options but would like to attend school somewhere close to home.

Thank you for reading the eVision. If you would like to receive the twice-monthly publication in your inbox, sign up here:

Back To Top
WordPress Appliance - Powered by TurnKey Linux