Cristo Rey Jesuit is accredited through the Texas Association of Private and Parochial Schools (TAPPS). We are part of the national Cristo Rey Network of schools and the Jesuit Secondary Education Association (JSEA).
CRISTO REY JESUIT
AT A GLANCE
Total Enrollment 545
Cristo Rey Jesuit reports a final letter and numeric grade average for all courses, and all grades reported on transcripts are actual grades earned. Honors and Advanced Placement courses are weighted one grade point higher. All high school credit courses are calculated into a cumulative, weighted GPA. Courses taken at other schools that meet State of Texas graduation requirements are awarded credit but are not calculated into the GPA.
* Earned through Credit Recovery
Honors English II
Honors English III
Honors English IV
Native Spanish I
AP Spanish Language
Honors World History
AP US History
Earth & Space Science
Anatomy & Physiology
AP Environmental Science
Business Computer Information Systems I
Business Computer Information Systems II
Practicum in Business Management (4 years)
Theology IV – Social Justice
College Readiness I
College Readiness II
College Readiness III
College Readiness IV
Public Speaking I
Cristo Rey Jesuit provides after-school tutoring each school day to all students seeking extra support.
You may request time with a school counselor by contacting Mia Johnson at the front desk.
Cristo Rey Jesuit partners with Christus Healthcare to provide a nurse’s station for student illnesses and injuries.
Athletic Director: Brandon Murray
CRISTO REY JESUIT IS A MEMBER OF THE TEXAS ASSOCIATION OF PRIVATE AND PAROCHIAL SCHOOLS
Cristo Rey Jesuit is a college preparatory school and academics are first and foremost in our priorities. Athletes are expected to be committed and responsible to their teams, and remain eligible to play. We expect character, respect, responsibility and accountability from all our student athletes.
Cristo Rey Jesuit is committed to developing “Better Athletes, Better People” through the Positive Coaching Alliance.
Strives to develop the confidence, perseverance, and adaptability of its members through outdoor adventures that include camping, hiking, and environmental service projects.
Art Club meets every other week to embark upon creative adventures of epic proportions. Projects often revolve around school events and our deepest creative desires.
Members choose one book per month to read and discuss during club meetings and work to promote literacy in the school and community.
Hearts on Fire
This club’s purpose is to make one’s appreciation of the love of God come alive so that one’s heart is on fire. This is done through music, videos and short presentations during lunch periods.
A group of students dedicated to helping out their community through volunteer experiences and various donation drives.
Students have the opportunity to represent Cristo Rey Jesuit by helping and guiding guests during school sponsored activities.
The Newspaper will be a digital, online publication. The goal of the paper is to give students experience in digital publishing while learning to work cooperatively towards a deadline.
Learning the practical skills involved in growing our own food.
Students may play friendly games, learn how to play Chess, or work on Chess
National Honor Society students are selected based on scholarship, leadership, character, and service. They engage in service projects during the year and are challenged to be leaders in and out of school.