Ashley Crockett-Lohr, Director of Admission
Mrs. Crockett-Lohr is a Director of Admission and a cross country coach at University High School. She joined our staff in 2012 as Director of Communications and became a Director of Admission in 2023.
B.A. in Journalism, Franklin College
M.A. in Public Relations, Ball State University
Communication and Public Information Manager, American College of Sports Medicine
Public Relations Coordinator, Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis
Member, Public Relations Society of America
Former Columnist, The Daily Journal
What do you like about working at University High School?
University High School is an exceptional place. When I interviewed for this position, there were two students on my hiring committee. That spoke volumes about the type of place University is. From the very beginning (even before my day one), it was clear this school had students at the heart. When you look around the lobby and see mentoring happening, when you overhear conversations between adults and students that sound as though they are peers, and when you see students monitoring the culture just as much as the faculty does, it becomes clear that this is what high school is meant to be.
I live in Broad Ripple with my husband, two little boys, and two rowdy pets. When I’m not working, I love to run, watch television, work on do-it-yourself projects around the house, read, and listen to pop music. I have an eye for spelling, a distaste for inappropriately applied quotation marks, and a group of best friends who remain undefeated in escape room conquests. My sole claim to fame is that Davy Crockett is my fourth cousin, four times removed.
Telephone: (317) 733-4475, ext. 120