Cristo Rey Boston High School is committed to making a high quality, Catholic private school, college preparatory education available to all qualified young men and women, regardless of family income. Every student at CRB comes from a family with limited financial means and every student works in our signature Corporate Work Study Program to defray the cost of their private school education. Currently, students at CRB offset the cost of their education by 65%, while gaining valuable work skills at the same time.
The maximum tuition any family will pay for a student during the 2017-2018 school year is $3,600.00 because the full cost of tuition is offset by the revenue that is generated by the student’s participation in the Corporate Work Study Program. However, most families pay less than $3,600 because Cristo Rey Boston offers financial aid to families who demonstrate additional need. Tuition assessments are based on a family’s income and size. Tuition includes calculators, books and graduation fees.
All interested students fill out our Knight for a Day form before visiting, which includes an income verification section. Since we exclusively serve students with limited economic resources, this is an initial screen for eligibility to attend CRB and participate in our work-study program.
Once a student is accepted and chooses to attend Cristo Rey Boston, families will attend a conference where CRB staff will assist families in filling out the online FACTS form, which determines the additional financial aid that will be offered to a student. At this meeting, you must bring your most recent federal tax form 1040, W-2 forms and supporting documentation for non-taxable income such as Social Security. In the event families do not file taxes, they must provide official proof of household income. Additionally, you will need your child’s social security card, birth certificate, immunization records.To complete a FACTS application online from home, please use this link. https://online.factsmgt.com/signin/3GGM9
*PLEASE NOTE: The Corporate Work Study Program is a major contributor of how Tuition is assessed*