01.13.17 Cristo Rey Philadelphia is celebrating a major accomplishment. 100% of the Senior Class has been accepted into a 4-year college.
10.15.16 The recruiters came from around the region to interview the senior class.
10.15.16 LOGAN (WPVI) -- Friday marked a new beginning for seniors at Cristo Rey High School in Philadelphia's Logan section.
They learned they've been accepted to college, and received an acceptance letter on the spot from schools ranging from Rosemont to Cabrini to Chestnut Hill - this after brief interviews and looks at ACT scores and academic transcripts.
06.05.16 - Philadelphia Inquirer - Taylor McHenry took a chance on a new private Catholic high school in North Philadelphia for low-income students that would combine work-study and rigorous academics to provide a jump start on college.
06.03.16 - CBS - The class graduated Friday night at La Salle University.
06.03.16 - Fox 29 - Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School celebrated their first-ever graduating class with a packed house of more than 900 students, families, donors and corporate partners.
05.04.16 - WHYY's The Pulse - School counselors at Cristo Rey Philadelphia on trauma-informed education practices.
04.04.16 - Philadelphia Inquirer - On April 1, 2016, Cristo Rey Philadelphia hosted a gala at the Crystal Tea Room in the Wanamaker Building.
02.20.16 - Philadelphia Inquirer - Cristo Rey Philadelphia students learned of long-ago efforts to integrate one of the area's oldest, Girard College, in a special screening of the third installment of "Cecil's People: The Freedom Fighters."
02.19.16 - 6ABC - A history lesson in the midst of Black History Month came in the form of a documentary played before the students of Cristo Rey High School.
02.17.16 - The Philadelphia Tribune - Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School recently announced that 100 percent of their first graduating senior class has been accepted into a four-year college.
01.23.16 - Doc & Andie - Dr. Michael Gomez joins Doc and Andie to tell them about the wonderful things they're doing at Cristo Rey High School!
01.15.2015 - CBS - A high school in North Philadelphia is celebrating a milestone achievement — all Cristo Rey seniors have been accepted to four-year colleges.
01.15.2016 - 6ABC - Cristo Rey High School's first graduating class learned Friday all 86 seniors got accepted into four-year colleges.
11.20.2015 - CBS - Instant College Acceptance Day gave dozens of Cristo Rey High School students the chance to meet with college admission officers and find out immediately if they were in or not.
10.30.2015 - Philadelphia Inquirer - President of Cristo Rey Philadelphia John McConnell discusses how Philadelphia could lead again in education if we as citizens expanded our view of community.
5.19.15 - Philadelphia Tribune - A Learning Key piece spotlighting two Cristo Rey Philadelphia juniors, Gabriela Cruz and Shanik Morales, and their unique work experience through the Work-Study program.
6.11.15 - Main Line Media News - Cristo Rey Philadelphia partners with local colleges, Cabrini College and Chestnut Hill College through programming and scholarships for Cristo Rey students.
3.15.15 - Pahara Institute - Dr. Michael Gomez, Principal at Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School, was selected as one of 24 leaders for the Pahara Institute's 2015 NextGen Network.
6.8.15 - The Blue Pride Student-Athlete Academy will provide male students (in the 6th, 7th, 8th, and 9th grades) from the Philadelphia area with science and basketball training to help them develop skills they need in the classroom and on the basketball court.
4.1.15 - Attention all prospective students and families! Join us for the Spring Admissions Open House on Saturday, April 18th from 11am to 2pm to learn more about Cristo Rey and to apply to attend next school year!
12.08.14 - PHL17 - Through its partnership with The Vetri Foundation for Children, Cristo Rey Philadelphia offers students the opportunity to learn culinary skills after-school with a trained cook.
11.23.14 - NBC10 - Matthew is running his first Philadelphia Marathon with the help of his teachers and the organization Students Run Philly Style.