At Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, we believe that to create a positive learning environment, it is important to have a community built upon trust. Adults in our community work hard to establish high trust relationships with students that follow appropriate boundaries and set high expectations.
The encouragement and recognition given to positive behavior begets an environment that focuses on learning the appropriate behavior rather than shame and punishment. Students who demonstrate appropriate behavior according to our High Trust and PBS Philosophy will be better able to continue as students who will have opportunities to gain the knowledge and skills needed to be successful in their experience at Cristo Rey Jesuit H.S. and in college.
All behavior in the school should help to establish and maintain an environment within the school that fosters maximum learning and mutual respect. Students are expected to be respectful of the learning process and to take responsibility for their own learning. Students struggling to meet this expectation are sometimes required to complete retraining sessions during Structured Study classes.
Community members are expected to demonstrate behaviors that result in persons who are:
When the community members demonstrate these behaviors, the result is an environment that is:
Cristo Rey Jesuit does not disclose disciplinary records to colleges.