Over 1,500 people can call themselves Covenant Alumni. They are a part of us . . . a part of the Covenant story. From that very first class who started with us in 1995 to this year’s seniors, each and every one has played an integral role in our story.
We believe that our Alumni continue playing a role long after they graduate. We invite all of them back to be our “Great Cloud of Witnesses” each year on the first day of school. We welcome them home for Covenant Christmas each year. We love to see them be a part of special moments in our Arts programs or cheer on our Warrior teams.
If you are a Covenant Alum, please keep in touch with us by updating your profile and joining our mailing list. Take time to visit us during your next trip through Indy.
“Covenant is one of the few, rare places where relationships created here are relationships that last a lifetime.”
You’re always welcome to stop by and see us! Our schedule allows for all staff and students eat at the same time – from 12:40 – 1:10 pm.
(We also have a security system so be prepared to show ID – just in case the staff member who greets you is new.)
Alumni get in free to all home sporting events (except sectionals, regionals, etc.). You’ll be asked to sign in at the ticket table.
See the options for Covenant Alumni gear at our Sideline Store!
Covenant Theatre honors the previous year’s Theatre graduates with complimentary seating at the final performance in February. All graduates receive the discounted STUDENT ticket price for life!
Justin Fuller (’03) played soccer and graduated from Milligan College in 2007 with a degree in Biology. He finished his MD at Ohio State University COM in 2011 and completed a Pediatrics residency at Riley Children’s Hospital in 2014. Justin is now a pediatrician at Riley and also volunteers at Hope Healthcare Clinic in Avon.
Justin and his wife Ashley have 2 girls, Mattie and Bernice, and are in the process of becoming licensed foster parents. Justin said, “God has placed a burden on our hearts for the thousands of vulnerable kids who are pulled out of their homes yearly, and are a part of the foster care crisis that Indiana is facing. As the day draws nearer that we may be asked to take in a child, we do not feel ready or adequate, but we know that God wants to use our obedience rather than our abilities.”
The Fullers are members of Traders Point West.