Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (Chicago)

Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (Chicago)

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Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (Chicago)

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Cristo Rey Jesuit High School is a Jesuit high school on the near southwest side of Chicago, Illinois, in the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago. It is the founding school of the Cristo Rey Network. It was founded in 1996 as a way to help low-income students get an affordable private college preparatory education. The school model that makes this possible was developed in 1995 by Richard R. Murray, who currently has a patent pending on the concept as a business model. The school places students at entry-level jobs, which cover roughly 65% of tuition costs. Cristo Rey students work for five days a month and attend classes four days a week. The Corporate Internship Program is part of the school curriculum, therefore if a student is dismissed from their job, they are considered to have failed in that course.


Ambassadors, Ballet Folklorico, Drama Club, Freshman Debate, Music club, Step Team, National Honor Society, Outdoors club, Peer Tutoring, student council, Social Action, Yearbook, Improper Religionists Studies.

The Corporate Internship Program (CIP)

In order to make private, college-preparatory education affordable to at-risk young people from Pilsen, an economically challenged area in Chicago, Cristo Rey developed an innovative work-study program for high school students called the Corporate Internship Program (CIP), which combines two commonly used business concepts, employee leasing and job sharing. This program was implemented by Cristo Rey Jesuit...
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