Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Minneapolis, Minnesota, delivers
a career-focused, college-preparatory education in the Catholic tradition
for students with limited economic resources, uniquely integrating
rigorous academic curricula with four years of professional work experience
and support to and through college.
Goal! Boy Soccer goes to State.
Mason Moses ('23) is the first Cristo Rey Jesuit - Twin Cities student to receive the highly competitive Gates Scholarship.
Seven graduates of '23 were honored with Cristo Rey's most distinguished awards.
Adalí triple majored in communication studies, English professional writing, and Spanish.
For graduate Monse, walking the commencement stage was just keeping things in the family.
For volunteer Don Arbor, learning to tutor meant going back to school.
Two student commencement speakers chosen by their peers encourage their graduating class to hold strong during times of pressure.
A CRJ education is rigorous, future-focused, and loving. Teachers work tirelessly to create challenging lessons to ensure students are college-ready while also emphasizing the importance of students growing in confidence and love to serve others.
Partnership and mentorship can help young people prepare to enter the workforce
For Jorge Estudillo-Castillo, thinking about a future career in banking started while attending Cristo Rey Jesuit High School Twin Cities and interning at a U.S. Bank branch in Minneapolis.
“I like being challenged and being a little hard on myself to accomplish more so I can go above and beyond,” said Estudillo-Castillo, who is now a college student studying finance and a U.S. Bank teller. “Being able to fulfill the internship requirement Cristo Rey has at U.S. Bank was a great opportunity to grow and develop before graduating from high school.”