Feasibility Study Underway for Possible Catholic High School in Durham

Christo Rey HS representative will be at Holy Cross on Dec. 15 to discuss

Christo Rey logoThe Diocese of Raleigh is in the process of conducting a feasibility study of the possibility of starting a Christo Rey High School in the Durham area. A representative of this study will be here at Holy Cross on December 15, and will meet with those interested in learning more after the 10 AM mass. The representatives will be in the Holy Cross meeting room across from Frank Boone's office. 

They are conducting a feasibility study for the formation of a Cristo Rey school in the Triangle, with the goal of opening their doors in Fall 2021.

How can you help? They are also looking for interested students and families with rising 6th to 7th graders to attend the school. If you know a friend or family member with 6th to 7th graders who would be interested in attending Cristo Rey, invite them to Mass on December 15th for more information on how to become a future student. Help make Cristo Rey a reality here!

About Christo Rey Schools

Cristo Rey schools are Catholic, college and career preparatory high schools that exclusively serve low income students. The Cristo Rey model integrates college preparatory academics with professional work experience to equip students from economically-disadvantaged families with the knowledge, character, academic and work skills to transform their lives. One hundred percent of Cristo Rey graduates are accepted into college.

Read more from the Diocese of Raleigh.

- Message from Fr. Bart

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