COVID – Remote Learning and Academics

Virtual Learning and Academics

This year, virtual academic classes & virtual Corporate Work-Study Program (including Friday workdays) will begin the week of Monday, August 17th. To accommodate virtual learning, each grade level will have slightly different schedules. Please find the schedules & descriptions below.

The Schedule

Synchronous A Day

7:30 am – P1

9:00 am – P2

10:30 am – P3

12:00 pm – Lunch

12:30 pm – P4

2:00 – 4:00 pm Office Hours & Small Groups

Synchronous B Day

7:30 am – P5

9:00 am – P6

10:30 am – P7

12:00 pm – Lunch

12:30 pm – P8

2:00 – 4:00 pm Office Hours & Small Groups

Synchronous Learning

Synchronous Class

90 minute Google Meet lesson with your teacher & classmates.

How Often?

Two days each week. Each synchronous day, you will have four 90 minute classes and one 30 minute lunch break.

Which Classes & When?

See the table below & the schedule above.

Joining the Class

Teachers will provide you with a Google Meets link or invite for each class. Just be sure you join the correct class at the correct time. Ex: Freshmen join P1 on Monday at 7:30 am.

Office Hours & Small Groups

From 2-4pm each day, teachers will hold office hours. They may also invite you to join small group sessions.

Asynchronous Learning

Asynchronous Class

An assignment will be posted on Google Classroom at 8 am. It must be completed & submitted on Google Classroom by 11:59 pm the same day (unless the teacher says otherwise).

How Often?

One to two days each week. You will not have academic assignments due on your Friday workday. Instead, you will complete work for the Corporate Work-Study Program.

Which Classes & When?

Each asynchronous day, you will have assignments for all eight classes. You can complete these assignments on your own schedule. Just make sure you have done them all before they are due.

Academic Support and Advising

Students at Cristo Rey Jesuit have the opportunity to receive academic support with an academic advisor throughout the academic school year. Some students will be required to meet with an academic advisor based on their academic status and performance in classes. Academic advising is a supportive environment to build on strengths and work through challenges and barriers to be academically successful. 

Academic Advising sessions strive to: 

  • Provide individualized support to struggling students,
  • Discuss grades and plans for academic success,
  • Assist students in setting goals and reflecting on those goals regularly, and
  • Assist students with academic skills (time management, prioritization, study skills).

Virtual Academic Advising

Students can request to meet with an academic advisor if they are struggling with academic demands. Students on academic probation will be required to meet with an academic advisor. Academic advisor’s will be meeting with students and conducting virtual video academic sessions with students for academic support. Each student will be provided a day for office hours to meet with their teachers and/or academic advisor for academic support. Students are encouraged to use this time to prioritize completing academic assignments and obtaining support. 

If a student would like to meet with an academic advisor, please contact Dr. LaTrice Loche (, Dean of Counseling.

College Readiness

This year will be different, but we are working hard to ensure your students have quality college-readiness opportunities. Here are a few updates from the College Readiness Department:

  • We will continue to offer virtual college visits for students.

  • As of right now, we are planning to hold the SAT on campus on Wednesday, October 14th for seniors. They will prepare for the exam leading up to that date. We also encourage our seniors to register for the Saturday SAT exam on either August 29th, September 26th, or October 3rd.

  • If seniors are unable to take the SAT, they will still apply to college; many colleges are now “test optional.” The college counselors have already started working with our seniors to guide them on their path to college. We will meet with them as a whole group during their synchronous Senior College Readiness class and we will also schedule meetings with them individually on asynchronous days. Parents are invited to participate in the individual meetings.

Please feel free to contact Mrs. Loya (, Dean of College Readiness, with questions.

Student/Parent Technology Handbook

Technical Support

If you need techincal support please contact the IT department at for assistance.

Academic Calendar


Assistant Dean of Academics:  Dan Feak