Academic Signing Day on Boston.com
For the fourth year in a row, all seniors at Cristo Rey Boston have been accepted by four-year universities. Students, families, and faculty celebrated the achievement Wednesday night with the “Sign and Thrive” event, where the school’s top six students announced their college choices, much like student athletes do when they attend major athletic universities.
CRB Students Participate in Tufts Health Plan Foundation Philanthropy Initiative
Cristo Rey Boston students participate in the Tufts Health Plan Foundation’s Future Philanthropists Initiative, which gives students the power to distribute up to $20,000 to non-profits making a difference in the community. Now in its second year, the program brings 17 high school students from Boston and the suburbs together for a 12-week course that teaches them about grant writing, philanthropy, health care for older adults, and community engagement.
Claddagh Fund Grants $50,000 to Cristo Rey Boston High School
The Dropkick Murphys’ charitable foundation, The Claddagh Fund, granted $50,000 to Cristo Rey Boston High School on Sunday, March 17th directly following sound check for the band’s highly anticipated St. Patrick’s Day concert at The Boston House of Blues.
Mural Project in Dorchester Reporter
Cristo Rey Boston's Mural Project is a collaborative effort between students and local artist James Hobin. Artwork created by our young men and women and arranged by Hobin depict the life of Christ as it would take place in modern day Dorchester. The Dorchester Reporter featured an article on the design and construction of the project.
Mural Project in Boston Herald
Cristo Rey Boston's Mural Project received more press, this time from The Boston Herald. The Mural is a collaborative effort between students and local artist James Hobin. Artwork created by our young men and women and arranged by Hobin depict the life of Christ as it would take place in modern day Dorchester.
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