Cristo Rey Jesuit High School


Admission Process

Admission Process

We are currently accepting freshman year applications for for the 2017-2018 school year.  Students should submit completed applications and supporting documents ASAP.

The admission process at Cristo Rey includes three steps:

1) Application for Admission-Students can now apply for admission online. You will first have to create an account and will need a valid email address. If you prefer a paper application you may download an Application in English or an Application in Spanish. All documents listed on the first page must be submitted along with the application. To personally submit an application, you may schedule an appointment with Blanca Gonzalez.

2) Financial Aid Application- Because the mission of Cristo Rey is to serve students from families of limited financial means, the Financial Aid Application is used to determine admissions eligibility in regards to the family income.  The application is also used to determine if a family qualifies for additional financial aid through the school.  Students will be notified regarding financial aid along with the decision letter if they are accepted.

3) Interview-Students and Parents will be invited by mail to interview on either March 4th or 5th.  The interview helps us get to know the student as a person and make sure Cristo Rey is the right fit.  Students will be interviewed in Spanish to make sure they are proficient enough to handle our dual language program.  We are also looking for maturity level, desire to attend Cristo Rey and ability to converse with adults.

Cristo Rey does not require an admission test. We take into account a variety of factors such as grades, family income, attendance record, discipline record, ability to speak Spanish and student maturity.  Our admissions brochure is available in English and Spanish and is a great source of information.

Incoming freshmen and their parents are required to attend a mandatory orientation on May 7, 2017. All incoming freshmen are also required to attend two weeks of mandatory training and orientation beginning July 10th. Please note that because of our mission, students already accepted at another Catholic high school are not considered for admission.