Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School


Employee of the Month - December
Cynthia V. works at Turner Construction for supervisor Rachel Goldman: Bill, Beth and I are very impressed by Cynthia’s work ethic...
Health Trust eNewsletter Features Alexa O.
Alexa O. is one of four students participating in the program at The Health Trust, whom began manning the HealthTrust reception desk this fall...
Lexington Institute Report Features Cristo Rey San José
One of the nation’s most powerful urban education success stories of the past decade, the Cristo Rey Network serves exclusively economically disadvantaged students with its Catholic mission to prepare them all to enter and graduate from college.
A dynamic model for Catholic Education
Faith-based education institutions are closing as quickly as alternative education options open; charter school students now outnumber those enrolled in Catholic schools as government funding streams recognize reform and innovation in the public sector. The crux of Catholic education is to serve and affect social change, but public funding rarely recognizes the long-term positive effects of this mission.
Opening its doors and its minds to Catholic Education
Like the children’s book, “The Little Engine That Could” Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School is out to prove itself. The brand new high school, housed in the former Five Wounds Parish School, welcomed 134 students when it opened in August.
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Class of 2019 Student Orientation
Date: 5/2/2015, 9 AM 11:30 AM
Location: Cristo Rey San Jose