Don Bosco Cristo Rey is one of 30 schools in the Cristo Rey Network. With a new approach to inner-city education, the Cristo Rey Network has changed the landscape for low-income students in major urban markets nationwide. As the largest network of independent high schools in the country serving exclusively low-income youth, the Cristo Rey Network empowers students from underserved communities to develop their minds and become lifelong contributors to society. This year, the 30 Catholic, Cristo Rey Network high schools will provide more than 9,800 high school students an extraordinary college preparatory education that will equip them with the skills they need to succeed in college and the workplace.

Cristo Rey Schools Spread in the US
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To provide the foundation for student success in college and beyond, the Cristo Rey Network national office provides critical start-up and ongoing support services to existing schools and facilitates new school growth. The national office ensures the quality of these schools through various efforts, including:
To learn more about the Cristo Rey Network and to become part of our movement to change urban education, please visit their website.