Success is measured by more than high-scoring report cards. At SRCS, success is measured and celebrated as children cultivate their God-given talents to pursue their unique God-given calling. Each year our alumni go on to succeed in many facets of life. We believe that the foundations that are built at SRCS are integral to that success.
Ricky Aldridge (2011) helps bring clean water to Cuba
“Our purpose is going into their homes and giving them not only clean water, but clean spiritual water through the Holy Spirit for life.”
Ricky Aldridge, will be serving others this December during his Christmas break at the University of Florida. A team of 30 students from UF will be traveling to Cuba for 7 days to install water filters with the Campus Crusades for Christ organization. Safety is a concern, but the need for clean water is greater after the effects of Hurricane Irma. Ricky interned for 5 weeks last summer in Guatemala with the same organization.
Read the full article here.
“They will see Christianity unboxed.”
Mikey Brown (2014) helps organize Operation Christmas Child shoebox collection at West Boca High School
We are extremely proud of our alumni who are part of the National Honor Society at West Boca High School. Mikey Brown had a vision to bring Operation Christmas Child to West Boca and brought it to fruition with the collection of 255 shoe boxes. SRCS alumni Nick Carros, Olivia Cavallo, and Julia Stallone were also part of the NHS shoebox collection.
Rebecca Markert (2011) competes in National American Miss pagent
"Rebecca Markert, National American Miss Florida, recently competed for the title of 2017 National American Miss. The National competition was held during Thanksgiving week in Anaheim, California at Disneyland® where Rebecca represented the state of Florida.
While Rebecca did not win the title of National American Miss, she did win third runner up in the prestigious actress category. She still returns to her home in Delray Beach as National American Miss Florida."
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Lucas Metropulos (2007) Receives Griffith Service Award for Contributions to Global Community
While few students launch nonprofits, Lucas Metropulos has done it twice. Lend a Hand Bahamas, his second nonprofit, earned him the William J. Griffith University Service Award in April 2015 for outstanding contributions to the global community. The nonprofit seeks to provide opportunities for disadvantaged children in the Bahamas. Recently, Lucas was highlighted on Channel 5 news for his service to others.
Lucas Metropulos founded Fishing for Families in Need (F4FN) at the age of fifteen. To date, the program has raised over $70,000 and taught over 800 underprivileged children in three cities and two countries how to be ethical anglers while providing food for their families. F4FN also works with local fishing tournaments in Florida to donate tournament-caught fish to local soup kitchens. Lucas’s passion for life, his caring of others, and his ongoing humanitarian efforts earned him the 2013 Top 10 Most Outstanding Youth in America by the U.S. Jaycees.
Our alumni are leaders who serve.
Kyndal Burdin (2010) named NESCAC Volleyball Player of the week and holds second all-time assist record
Kyndal Burdin, 2010 SRCS alumni, was named NESCAC Volleyball Player of the Week. Kyndal, who is a senior at Hamilton College in Clinton, NY, also holds their second all-time assist record. Kyndal began her volleyball carreer here at SRCS and continued through high school at Park Vista High School in Boynton Beach, Florida. Congratulations, Kyndal!
Helena Klimkeiwicz (2016) named First team all county for softball
Helena Klimkeiwicz, SRCS 2016 graduate, was named to the 2017 All-Palm Beach 6A-1A Softball First Team as a freshmen at American Heritage. Congratulations, Helena!
Kendra Cashion (2014), named All Area Co-Player of the Year 2017
Senior Forward at Boca Raton High School, Kendra Cashion, piled up 33 goals and led her Boca Raton High School team in assists, with 23 in her junior year. The Boca High Girls Soccer team finished second in the state last year. See the Palm Beach Post article for photos and the complete story.
Kendra recently signed with Troy University in Alabama on a soccer scholarship.