RISING UP Cristo Rey Network 2012 Annual Report
2 | Cover Photo: Cristo Rey Boston High School College Signing Day
The further down you are, the higher you must climb. But no climb is insurmountable. And the harder the climb, the more rewarding it is when you reach the destination.
The Cristo Rey Network embraces this belief. We focus on the students with the most difficult climbs ahead - the ones that need our help most. Through rigorous academics, coupled with a Corporate Work Study Program, our students get more than the education they need; they develop the skills and capacities needed to succeed in college and in life. Learn how
Photo: Cristo Rey Jesuit High School - Twin Cities |
Letter from the Chairman of the Board and CEO Dear Friends,
The Cristo Rey Network empowers thousands of students from underserved lower-income communities to develop their minds and hearts to become lifelong contributors to society. By providing students an extraordinary college preparatory education and a unique four-year, integrated corporate work study experience, we seek to help transform urban America. The Network Center supports the Cristo Rey schools in achieving this mission by: Implementing an initiative for teaching and learning that ensures that all Cristo Rey students are college ready by graduation; Ensuring that the Corporate Work Study Program provides valuable services to work study job sponsors and real world work experience to Cristo Rey students; Continuing to work with new communities to open Cristo Rey schools; Convening opportunities for Cristo Rey school leaders to share effective practices; Building an active, growing network of supporters of Cristo Rey in business, government, the church, philanthropy and education; Supporting existing Cristo Rey schools by assisting in the development of financial sustainability which relies primarily on revenue from the corporate work study program to fund school operations.
A recently published article, Schools That Literally Work, shared how school systems and educational entrepreneurs are looking to philanthropy to sustain their broken business models, while it should be the other way around: schools should seek new ways to contribute to the economy. Commending the Cristo Rey Network on creating a business model that does not rely primarily on traditional fundraising or government funding, the author highlighted how the Networkâ€™s 25 high schools have transformed the delivery of an affordable, quality, college preparatory education for low-income, urban youth. Further, Cristo Rey has become a critical lever of change for how corporate America creates social good for underrepresented urban students at no cost to society.
partners, benefactors, and advocates, whose support and belief in the Cristo Rey Network continue to help us rise. We recently commemorated the milestone of opening the 25th Cristo Rey school in Philadelphia, which marks what we believe to be only the halfway point in our bricks and mortar footprint. In the face of enormous need to provide more urban students with a quality education option, the Cristo Rey Network is eager to continue rising through our growth plan and the transformative initiatives described in these pages.
As we reflect on the past year, we are once again humbled by the sincere generosity of our
Rev. Joseph Parkes, S.J. Robert J. Birdsell Chairman of the Board President and CEO
Thank you for your commitment to our mission, which is enabling underserved youth to rise up. Sincerely in Cristo Rey,
Letter from the Chair Emeritus
Dear Friends, Early last summer I met Christina Garcia, a Cristo Rey alumna who introduced herself as a recent graduate of Marquette University. She said she had graduated “cum laude,” and then she added that she didn’t know what that meant. Soon after, in June, Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Pilsen held its graduation ceremony. Totally by chance I sat down next to a Cristo Rey Jesuit alumnus, Hector Hernandez, who had just graduated from Brown University. He was at the Cristo Rey graduation because his brother was among those receiving a diploma. I immediately identified Hector as the one who had just received a Fulbright scholarship and would be going this next year to Europe to study. He expressed surprise that I knew about him and, in turn, he introduced me to his mother who was in attendance as well. I greeted her in Spanish because that was how he introduced me to her. My point is how incongruous that is: a Fulbright scholar whose mother doesn’t speak English! Those two examples represent what Cristo Rey schools are doing for thousands of students
throughout the country. We are introducing them to a world they never knew, and they are taking full advantage of that introduction! We have often said that Cristo Rey schools began because of the tremendous loss of talent that is taking place in our inner-cities. Christina and Hector are precisely why we are working with these young people. God gave them talent; we are helping them bring that talent to total fruition. Our tag line is “transforming urban America one student at a time.” Cristo Rey alumni demonstrate that we are not exaggerating. How lucky we are to be able to see them rise! This Annual Report testifies to the progress all of us are making in this project of transformation. May the work continue. May the Kingdom come! In gratitude,
Mission Effectiveness Standards As a member of the Cristo Rey Network, a school: 1. Is explicitly Catholic in mission and enjoys Church approval. 2. Serves only economically disadvantaged students. The school is open to students of various faiths and cultures. 3. Is family centered and plays an active role in the local community. 4. Shall prepare all of its students to enter and graduate from college. 5. Requires participation by all students in the work-study program. All students must be 14 years old by September 1st. 6. Seeks to integrate the learning present in its work program, classroom and extracurricular experiences for the fullest benefit of its student workers. 7. Has an effective administrative and board structure as well as complies with all applicable state and federal laws. 8. Is financially sound and at full enrollment the school is primarily dependent on revenue from the work-study program to meet operating expenses. In addition, the school maintains a comprehensive advancement program to ensure financial stability. 9. Supports its graduates’ efforts to obtain a college degree.
John P. Foley, S.J. Chairman Emeritus
10. Is an active participant in the collaboration, support, and development of the Cristo Rey Network.
2011-2012 Annual Review The Cristo Rey Network presented the Spirit of Cristo Rey Award to Georgetown University for its continued commitment and support to our mission of ensuring that Cristo Rey students succeed in college.
John P. Foley, S.J. was named by President Barack Obama as a White House Champion of Change for Education.
The Cristo Rey Network served as an active voice in the education reform movement by speaking at the following convenings:
The innovation and transformational impact of the Cristo Rey Network was profiled in several notable international and national media outlets, including:
During the Cristo Rey Network Annual Meeting, Jim Gartland, S.J., immediate past president of the flagship Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Chicago, was presented the 2012 Founders Award.
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National Catholic Education Association Annual Meeting Gesu’s 14th Annual Symposium on Inner City Education World Innovation Summit on Education in Doha, Qatar America’s Promise Alliance GradNation Summit Philanthropy Roundtable Council on Foundations DePaul University’s Summit on Entrepreneurship in Education Annual Meeting of the National Leadership Roundtable in Church Management
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Three Cristo Rey Network schools celebrated their first graduating class: • •
The Cristo Rey Network National Center welcomed the following new staff members: • • • • •
Sr. Vickie Perkins, Director of School Growth Joanna Lucca, School Growth Coordinator Beth Fuller, Data Manager Andy Laureano, Associate Director of Alumni Tracking & Support Sergio Diaz, Staff Associate
Times Educational Supplement EuroNews The Washington Post Black Enterprise Magazine PBS
Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School, Chicago Detroit Cristo Rey High School Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School
2012-2013 Snapshot 7,490
Cristo Rey Schools
Student Enrollment Religion
full-time employees in Cristo Rey schools
average family income
2,000+ 40 34
Class of 2016 Demographics School of Origin
Corporate Work Study job partners 18%
Freshmen qualifying for free or reduced lunch
Religious Sponsors and Endorsers
TRANSFORMATION MODEL The Cristo Rey Network’s outcome data is proving that low-income, urban youth will succeed in college when given a quality, college preparatory high school experience. However, it is often asked, “What specific elements are producing these results?” To answer this question, the Cristo Rey Network partnered with the Search Institute to learn what inputs of the model are the key contributors to student success. As an organization that, for 50 years, has been doing research to discover what it takes to ensure that all young people get what they need to succeed.
As the diagram illustrates, there is just not one ingredient, but a special blend of elements that prepare students to rise in college, work, and life.
LONG TERM OUTCOMES
Faith, Character Development School Culture
Search Institute conducted a study to develop a better understanding of what happens in Cristo Rey schools, with what effect.
Internal Developmental Assets Gateway Skills Supportive School Network
College Matriculation Civic Engagement
“It’s a tremendous benefit, particularly for students who struggle, to have another setting where, whether it’s by virtue of their work ethic, their personality, or the particular setting that they’re in, they can be successful. They might have been struggling in the classroom, but they’ll get an outstanding evaluation from the workplace. And that helps them to feel validated.” - Cristo Rey Teacher “Just going to downtown Manhattan and seeing all those buildings, seeing all the corporate people with their suits and their little suitcases, makes you wonder - ‘Man, I could be one of those people if I just apply myself in school and just take things seriously’. . . It really does inspire you.” - Cristo Rey Alumnus “Cristo Rey teaches students to be productive humble citizens. (1) With the work, it’s showing them to be responsible, (2) with the community services - it shows them that it’s not all about doing what you need to do, but it’s also reaching out to other people and helping out. It is a nurturing environment.” - Cristo Rey Parent “The first time I came into this school I thought, ‘I really dislike my mother right now for putting me into this school because I keep getting in trouble because of dress code’... and then with the homework...I’ve never done so much homework in my life. Then, I had tests every two weeks, plus going to work. It was just so much stress and I didn’t know how to deal with it. At the time I thought I didn’t really have my social life anymore. I wanted to give up. The principal, my mother, and I had a meeting and basically he said, ‘I’m not going to let you give up.’ My teacher signed me up for tutoring, which helped a lot. It reflected on my tests, too. I started to realize that they do everything for a reason. It’s not to pick on me or anything. It’s just to prepare me for the outside world.” - Cristo Rey Student |9
Teach-Lead-Learn The Cristo Rey Network’s rigorous, college-ready curriculum is delivered by skilled teachers who use engaging, evidence-based instructional strategies to increase student achievement. On a daily basis, teachers and students collaborate on quality teaching and learning, coupled with an emphasis on lifelong learning behaviors such as teamwork, persistence, and precision. Last year, every graduate was accepted into college. With sustained effort and focus from every student and teacher, rising to college has become a
Principal Leadership: Teacher effectiveness, led at each school by a skilled principal, will prepare our students for success in college and beyond. We have put into place an explicit set of supports to develop principals’ leadership capacity, including a principal leadership coaching model, principal peer mentoring, new principal orientation, and book studies. Most principals are also engaged in a new emphasis on improved learning through use of a shared teacher coaching and evaluation framework.
reality. As teachers from 21 Cristo Rey schools continue to collaborate on implementing our common curriculum, we have extended our focus to teacher effectiveness and principal leadership to ensure that every student is prepared for success in college. Teacher Effectiveness: A variety of professional learning options are offered to support school teams in their targeted efforts, tailored to each school’s needs. With an emphasis on continuous improvement, teachers and principals routinely grow their knowledge and skills through a professional learning plan aimed at increasing student achievement. One specific focus is on literacy within all disciplines. Since literacy is the “spine” that supports success in all subjects, a committed focus on developing students’ reading and writing skills in all subject areas holds high promise for increasing student achievement. Through two targeted professional learning sessions at the 2012 Summer Institute, teachers and principals expanded their repertoires of strategies to increase reading comprehension and writing fluency. As a result, students can become stronger readers and writers in science, history, and all disciplines of study.
10 | Photo right: Cristo Rey New York High School
Supported by the generosity of the Louis Calder Foundation, the Best Buy Children’s Foundation, the New York Life Foundation, and the Dr. Scholl Foundation, Cristo Rey Network’s Teach-Learn-Lead team supports the collaborative structures that drive and sustain work across the schools to ensure college success for every Cristo Rey student.
“The Louis Calder Foundation supports Cristo Rey Network’s efforts to provide their schools with a standardsbased common curriculum and strategic professional development to ensure not only that their students graduate high school but that they are prepared to succeed in and graduate from college.”
- Holly Nuechterlein, The Louis Calder Foundation
The Cristo Rey Network partnered with The Alain Locke Initiative to train Cristo Rey Network principals to leverage the key capabilities critical to accelerating student achievement. The Alain Locke Initiative awarded three scholarships to Cristo Rey Network principals for their participation in this past summer’s training, July 9 – 27, 2012, held at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management. Principals were provided with a one-of-a-kind program covering cutting edge entrepreneurial business and school leadership principles and practices that must be mastered to create a high achieving urban school. In alignment with our Teach-Lead-Learn team’s focus aimed at increasing principal and teacher leadership, the Achievement Acceleration Framework used by The Alain Locke Initiative has leveraged our principals’ capacity to create high-achieving learning environments.
Corporate Work Study Program Cristo Rey students learn the value of an honest day’s work outside of the
Revenue earned by Cristo Rey students towards their tuition
classroom. One day a week, every student works in an office, earning the majority of his or her tuition and experiencing firsthand how the business
world works. The students are rising through their hard work and studies.
The Corporate Work Study Program is a critical ingredient in the academic growth, college persistence and life success of Cristo Rey students. Currently, Cristo Rey students are learning some of the social and technical skills they need for success in college and life, but the goal is always to do a better job of training them. Therefore, the Cristo Rey Network recently launched Jobs of the Future to increase the effectiveness of the Corporate Work Study Program through continued innovation to sustain current operations, enhance the experience of students and corporate partners, and support future growth.
FY 2010 Actual
FY 2012 Actual
FY 2013 Projected
Enrollment & Job Growth Projections by 2022
5,600 Jobs jobs = $148M in revenue Students 10,000
In the coming year, Jobs of the Future will begin to improve student and job sponsor training, investigate future job trends, and explore new ways to provide valuable services to companies so that Cristo Rey schools can better prepare our students for the knowledge-based economy.
FY 2011 Actual
Transforming Urban America – One Student at a Time
To guide our work, this past year, the Network completed an analysis of the Corporate Work Study Programs at all Cristo Rey schools and developed a strategic plan.
7,400 7,400 5,625 5,625
5,000 1,665 1,665
12 | Photo: DePaul Cristo Rey High School
Transforming Urban America – One Student at a Time
2011-2012 National Partners that employed Cristo Rey students in three or more cities: Brookfield Properties Deloitte & Touche, LLP Jones Day LLP JP Morgan Chase KPMG Pitney Bowes Management Pricewaterhouse Coopers Sidley Austin LLP Skadden Arps YMCA Expeditors McKinsey Catholic Charities DLA Piper US LLP PNC Bank Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. United Way American Red Cross Blue Cross Blue Shield Fifth Third Bank Kaiser Permanente Key Bank Ernst & Young, LLP US Bank Wells Fargo Locke Lord LLP Grant Thornton LLP Latham & Watkins Barnes & Thornburg, LLP Girl Scouts YWCA Bank of the West Kirkland & Ellis Winston & Strawn LLP
College Initiatives Cristo Rey High Schools with Graduates
Over the last few years, the number of Cristo Rey alumni enrolled in college has risen dramatically, from a couple of schools with graduating classes to more than 1,300 alumni from 22 high schools. The Cristo Rey Network has graduated more than 5,000 alumni in the past decade and we will reach 10,000 alumni by 2015. Incredibly, more than 88% of these alumni have enrolled in college and 90% have persisted into their second year of
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As a result of this alumni growth, key roles have emerged to ensure the Network and its schools are able to successfully track, engage, and support alumni on their journey to college success. For example, eleven Cristo Rey schools have dedicated resources to hire an Alumni Advisor to engage and support alumni utilizing the AlumniConnect platform. Likewise, the Network recently hired its first alumnus, Andy Laureano, to take on the new role as Associate Director of Alumni Tracking & Support. He collaborates closely with Alumni Advisors to support the implementation of the AlumniConnect platform and develops new strategies for supporting alumni once they are in college. In addition, Andy is establishing a new cohort of ten alumni leaders, called Alumni Ambassadors, to support their peers in college and to explore a future Cristo Rey Alumni Association.
Furthermore, Cristo Reyâ€™s University Partners continue to serve as the the cornerstone of the organizationâ€™s College Initiatives. Partnering institutions have doubled to 40 colleges and universities across the country committed to supporting Cristo Rey Network students and schools.
Schools w/ Graduating Class Schools w/ first graduating class
2014 2015 2016
Cristo Rey Alumni in College 6,000 5,000 4,000 3,000
Total Alumni in College
New Alumni in College
14 | Photo: Cristo Rey Jesuit High School, Baltimore
2009 2010 2011
2009 2010 2011
2014 2015 2016
Network College Enrollments Cristo Rey students have enrolled at the following colleges over the past four years: Amherst College Bentley University Boston College Boston University Brown University California State University Catholic University of America** (2011) City College of San Francisco City University of New York Cleveland State University Colgate University College of Lake County College of Saint Benedict** (2009) College of San Mateo College of the Holy Cross** (2009) Colorado State University Community College of Denver Community Colleges of Chicago Connecticut College* (2011) Creighton University* (2009) Cuyahoga Community College Dartmouth College DePaul University** (2009) Dickinson College Dominican University* (2009) Donnelly College Duke University Fairfield University* (2009) Fordham University* (2009) Franklin & Marshall College** (2011) Georgetown University** (2009) Hamilton College Hiram College John Carroll University** (2011) Le Moyne College Lehigh University Lewis University Loras College Loyola Marymount University** (2010) Loyola University Chicago** (2009) Loyola University Maryland** (2011) Marist College Marquette University** (2011) Massachusetts Institute of Technology McDaniel College Mercy College Merrimack College Metropolitan Community College Miami University (OH) Morehouse College Northwestern University Notre Dame de Namur University Oberlin College
Providence College* (2011) Regis College Regis University* (2011) Rochester Institute of Technology Rockhurst University** (2010) Saint John’s University** (2009) Saint Joseph’s University** (2011) Saint Louis University* (2011) Saint Mary’s College (IN)** (2009) Saint Mary’s University of California Saint Mary’s College of Minnesota** (2011) Saint Peter’s College* (2009) Saint Xavier University San Francisco State University Santa Clara University* (2009) Seattle University* (2011) Seton Hall University Skidmore College Southern Illinois University - Carbondale** (2011) Spelman College Spring Hill College St. Thomas University (FL)** (2009) St. Thomas University (MN) Stanford University Stevenson University* (2011) Stonehill College* (2011) Suffolk University Swarthmore College Union College University of Akron University of Arizona University of Colorado - Denver University of Dayton** (2011) University of Illinois - Chicago University of Illinois - Urbana University of Massachusetts - Lowell University of Missouri - Kansas City University of Missouri Columbia** (2011) University of Notre Dame University of Portland University of Rochester University of Saint Mary* (2009) University of San Francisco* (2009) University of Scranton* (2011) University of St. Francis* (2011) Villanova University** (2010) Wesleyan University* (2009) Williams College Xavier University** (2010) Yale University ** 2011-2012 National Partner * 2011-2012 Supporting Partner
9 out of 10
enrolled in college over the last several years.
persisting from their first to second year of college.
enrolled at a partner institution over the last four years.
enrolled at a partner institution are persisting from their first to second year of college. enrolled at a partner institution are on track to graduate on time.
high school students participating in a partner pre-college enrichment program.
2011-2012 National University Partners
2011-2012 Supporting University Partners Connecticut College Creighton University Dominican University Fairfield University Fordham University
Providence College Regis University Rockhurst University Saint Louis University Saint Peter’s College
Santa Clara University Seattle University Stevenson University Stonehill College University of Saint Mary
University of San Francisco University of Scranton University of St. Francis Wesleyan University
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Photo: Robert W. Baird & Co. Chairman, President, and CEO Paul Purcell, John P. Foley, S.J., and Andy Laureano with Cristo Rey Network alumni ambassadors. |
Expansion Plan Given the recent enactment of school choice legislation in a number of states, there is an historic opportunity to open new financially sustainable Cristo Rey high schools supported not only by revenue from the Corporate Work Study Program, but also by school vouchers and education tax scholarships. The Walton Family Foundation has recently joined the Network as a lead strategic partner in these efforts by announcing an investment of $1.6 million in Cristo Rey with the goal of doubling the number of member schools across the country. Through this support, Cristo Rey will continue to rise. In addition to this investment, the Foundation will be providing new Cristo Rey schools in school choice markets access to start up grants. With 25 schools currently in operation, the grant will allow the Cristo Rey Network to accelerate the organization’s vision and growth plan. In light of the enormous need for quality education options, the Network is working towards 50 schools by 2022, serving 25,000 innercity students who do not have access to a quality, college preparatory education. The Cristo Rey Network’s replication success in the past ten years has been made possible by several key investors, in particular the Cassin Educational Initiative Foundation and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The next decade of growth will transform even more lives through quality education that enables youth to rise.
By examining demographic data, educational opportunities, competitors, and other relevant market information, the Cristo Rey Network has prioritized the following cities as target markets across the United States: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15.
Columbus (opening in 2013) Milwaukee San Jose Atlanta Miami Phoenix Tampa/St. Pete Pittsburgh Orlando Charlotte Norfolk Providence Jacksonville Oklahoma City Dallas
16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29.
Seattle San Diego St. Louis San Antonio Las Vegas Nashville Austin, TX Memphis Louisville Richmond Hartford New Orleans Houston #2 Los Angeles #2
“Today many parents choose Cristo Rey for their children’s education, and we want to help make this quality school choice available to even more families. When all parents have the ability to choose quality schools for their children, a competitive dynamic emerges that can inspire the broader public schools system to improve, helping transform public education in our nation.” - Bruno V. Manno, Senior Advisor for the Systemic K-12 Education Reform Focus Area, The Walton Family Foundation
Existing Cristo Rey Network Schools
Cristo Rey Network Growth Plan
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Holy Family Cristo Rey study work achieve succeed Baltimore, Maryland A Member School Since 2007 Sponsored by the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus
Chicago, Illinois Founding School Opened in 1996 Sponsored by the Chicago-Detroit Province of the Society of Jesus
“Cristo Rey teachers make you believe that you could go to college, and they’re not lying...so I am going to go to college.” - Cristo Rey student
Birmingham, Alabama A Member School Since 2007 Sponsored by the Congregation of the Passion - Holy Cross Province; Endorsed by the New Orleans Province of the Society of Jesus
Chicago, Illinois A Member School Since 2008 Sponsored by the Chicago-Detroit Province of the Society of Jesus
Denver, Colorado A Member School Since 2003 Sponsored by the Missouri Province of the Society of Jesus
Brooklyn, New York
A Member School Since 2008 Endorsed by The Passionists and the Vincentians (Congregation of the Mission)
A Member School Since 2004 Sponsored by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston
A Member School Since 2004 Endorsed by the Chicago-Detroit Province of the Society of Jesus and the Sisters of the Humility of Mary
A Member School Since 2011 Sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati
“At a public high school...you just walk in the doors, you have police right there checking you. At Cristo Rey you walk in and there’s someone waiting at the door to shake your hand, saying hello...with a smile.”
A Member School Since 2008 Sponsored by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Basilian Fathers
- Cristo Rey Student
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Houston, Texas A Member School Since 2009 Sponsored by the New Orleans Province of the Society of Jesus
Los Angeles, California A Member School Since 2002 Sponsored by the California Province of the Society of Jesus and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles
â€œI believe we are all equipped with the right tools we need to succeed and overcome our obstacles. Never forget the lessons learned throughout these four years and always remember your Cristo Rey Class of 2012 family â€œ - Cristo Rey Alumna
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Indianapolis, Indiana A Member School Since 2007 Sponsored by the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, IN
Minneapolis, Minnesota A Member School Since 2007 Sponsored by the Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania A Member School Since 2012 Sponsored by the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales and the IHM Sisters
Kansas City, Missouri A Member School Since 2006 Sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth
Newark, New Jersey A Member School Since 2007 Sponsored by the Archdiocese of Newark; Endorsed by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth and the Marist Brothers of the Schools
Portland, Oregon A Member School Since 2001 Sponsored by the San Francisco District of De La Salle Christian Brothers
Lawrence, Massachusetts A Member School Since 2004 Sponsored by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur
New York, New York A Member School Since 2004 Endorsed by the New York Province of the Society of Jesus; the American Province of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus; and the Brothers of the Christian Schools - District of Eastern NA
“This partnership is an important aspect of St. Thomas University fulfilling its mission of ‘Developing Leaders for Life.’ Cristo Rey students represent the future of this nation and we are honored to partner in the preparation of the next generation of world leaders.” - Monsignor Franklyn Casale, St. Thomas University President
Sacramento, California A Member School Since 2006 Sponsored by the California Province of the Society of Jesus; Sisters of Mercy of the Americas, West Midwest Community; Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur, California Province; Endorsed by the Diocese of Sacramento
Tucson, Arizona A Member School Since 2004 Sponsored by the San Francisco District of De La Salle Christian Brothers
â€œCristo Rey is something that will be the salvation of Catholic education in the United States. It is not in competition with the Catholic school system; it is a help. In many ways, Cristo Rey is the future of Catholic schools.â€? - Theodore Cardinal McCarrick
San Francisco, California A Member School Since 2009 Sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose, California
Washington, D.C. A Member School Since 2007 Sponsored by the Salesians of Don Bosco and the Archdiocese of Washington
ST. MARTIN COLLEGE PREP
Waukegan, Illinois A Member School Since 2004 Endorsed by the American Province of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, Sinsinawa Dominicans, Clerics of St. Viator
Healthy Lifestyles Initiative Nutrition is critical to students’ emotional, intellectual, and physical performance in the classroom and in the workplace. By making healthy choices, students increase their focus and engagement, which enables teachers to advance learning and help student achievement rise. With generous support from the National Recreation Foundation, the Cristo Rey Network is strengthening its institutional approach to providing health and wellness education during students’ critical years of growth, development, and learning. During a five month planning process, selected Cristo Rey schools received a grant to fund their development and implementation of a multi-year plan aimed at: 1. Increasing students’ understanding of the importance of nutrition and food 2. Engaging students in more physical and leisure activities, as well as increasing greater understanding of its importance to their overall health 3. Increase students’ awareness of how healthy choices contribute to all aspects of life Long-term, the Healthy Lifestyles Initiative will help reverse the trend of obesity by equipping our students with the knowledge and resources to initiate healthy habits they will be able to model for their families and carry with them through life. Participating schools: Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (Baltimore) Cristo Rey New York High School Immaculate Conception Academy (San Francisco) Saint Martin de Porres High School (Cleveland) Photo: Immaculate Conception Academy students after a cooking class |
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“The things that I come home and share with my husband are the stories about our kids getting to shine in front of people that don’t know them, where they just rise to an occasion and blow the socks off of somebody. I love that about our kids. What about that is so satisfying? Knowing that more people are coming to understand our students, and they’re being less judgmental, and their preconceived notions are being shattered.” - Cristo Rey Staff
Board of Directors Kevin Baine Partner | Williams & Connolly, LLP | Washington, DC Robert Birdsell (Ex-Officio) President | Cristo Rey Network | Chicago, IL Richard Braddock Chairman | MidOcean Partners | New York, NY Stephen D. Bumbaugh President | ECMC Foundation | Washington, D.C. Rev. John P. Foley, SJ Chair Emeritus | Cristo Rey Network | Chicago, IL Rev. Jim Gartland, SJ Rector | Blessed Peter Faber Jesuit Community at Boston College | Boston, MA Ann Korologos Former United States Secretary of Labor Washington, D.C. Kathleen A. Mahoney, Ph.D. Consultant | New York, NY Rev. Joseph Parkes, SJ (Chairman) President | Cristo Rey New York High School New York, NY Dan Porterfield, Ph.D. President | Franklin & Marshall College Lancaster, PA Paul E. Purcell Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer Robert W. Baird & Co. | Chicago, IL Joe Rauenhorst President | Encore One of Florida, L.L.C. Boca Raton, FL Colin Scully Chairman & CEO | Life Line Screening Cleveland, OH John Thompson Senior Vice President and General Manager BestBuy.com | Minneapolis, MN Martha Wyrsch President | Vestas America, USA | Portland, OR
Honor Roll The Cristo Rey Network extends a special thank you to our lifetime benefactors: $10,000,000 + BJ and Bebe Cassin The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation $1,000,000 + The Walton Family Foundation HSBC North America I.A. O’Shaughnessy Foundation $500,000 + Best Buy Children’s Foundation The Louis Calder Foundation Caster Family Foundation Donald Lucas Richard M. Lucas Foundation Roger and Susan Stone
Gifts more than $100 to the Cristo Rey Network from July 1, 2011 through June 30, 2012. $1,000,000+ The Walton Family Foundation $500,000-$999,999 Roger and Susan Stone $250,000-$499,999 The Louis Calder Foundation John and Diane Patience $100,000-$249,999 The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Darren and Terry Jackson Anonymous $50,000-$99,999 Best Buy Children’s Foundation Rick and Susan Braddock J&L Foundation Mario Family Foundation Colin Scully $25,000-$49,999 The Lynde & Harry Bradley Foundation National Recreation Foundation Dr. Scholl Foundation Harry & Jeannette Weinberg Foundation Martha Wyrsch
$10,000-$24,999 Kevin Baine Helen Brach Foundation Cassin Educational Initiative Foundation Catholic University of America College of the Holy Cross The Dana Foundation Patrick Foley John and Eileen Gallagher John Carroll University Loyola University Chicago Loyola University Maryland Marquette University James and Sharon O’Sullivan Paul and Patricia Purcell Southern Illinois University St. Thomas University University of Dayton Villanova University Joseph and Ann Wenger $5,000-$9,999 Franklin & Marshall University William McMenamin Richard and Dolores Shantz St. Joseph’s University St. Mary’s University Peter Toms Xavier University $1,000-$4,999 Jo-Ann Abbate Philip Bornhofen College of St. Benedict Conference of Jesuit Admissions Directors Council for Opportunity in Education Mr. and Mrs. William DeJoseph Richard H. Driehaus Charitable Trust John and Barbara Hazeltine Max Heerman Ed and Linda Kaiel Sharon Kress Charitable Trust Madeline Lacovara Jon and Nora Langenfeld Joe Larocca Pat and Carrie Lee Tony and Terri Lorenz Loyola Marymount University Francis Lynch Marin Community Foundation Susan Murphy Dennis and Kathy O’Keefe Norton and Mary Ann O’Meara John and Sheila Pigott Raskob Foundation
Sisters of the Presentation Martha and Michael Smith St. Mary’s College (Indiana) Russell Stepke Susan R. and John W. Sullivan Foundation University of Missouri Richard and Marilee Wehman $500-$999 Dan and Jane Anglim Robert and Sheila Berner Andy Birdsell George Cavanaugh WS Darley & Co. Philip and Julie Delaney Emmett and Bridget Doerr Charitable Trust James Duca J. Patrick and Anne Gallagher Elsa Gibson Mr. and Mrs. John Glunz Pete & Annette Hasbrook Hannah and Peter McNulty David Murtha Daniel Obringer Ignacio Osio Daniel and Susan Real Joseph Leo Reilly St. Jude League St. Mark the Evangelist Church Katie Umberg $100-$499 R. Adm. Robert and Lois Abele John Amann Antonio and Anita Antao John and Rosette Bagley Gloria Balague William Barbieri Trenton and Ann Marie Bausch Faye Beland Christopher Berger Polly Bingham Donald Blumenfeld Kathryn and Donald Boehm Kathleen Boozang John and Anne Marie Borneman Deborah Bozek Richard and Elaine Brennan Brian Breslin Sarah Bresniker Maureen Chavoen Suzanne Ching Tami Ciranna Judith Coates Jeff and Lillian Collman
Staff Rev. John P. Foley, S.J. Chair Emeritus John Connell Elizabeth Conte Thomas Corrigan Anita Costin Mary Craven Joseph Cress Tim Cronen Charles and Anne Cusick Mary Daly Dennis W. Daniel Deborah Delano Peggy Dempsey Joseph Dillhof, Jr. Robert Dolan Stephen and Susan Dolan John Donohue Gertrude Brown Donze Maureen Dowling James and Patricia Downey Daniel Drury Mark DuPont Martha Dych Echo, Incorporated Lynne Edens Michael Edwards Richard Escobales Matthew and Kelly Fairweather Michael and Priscilla Farrall Richard and Anne Feeney Jo Anne Feldmeier Madeline Felix Robert and Marilynn Fincutter Karen Firestone James Fitzpatrick Charles Flynn Patrick Foran John Foster Joel and Mary Frisch Travers Garvin George and Anna Gaspar Andrew Gaul Walter Gaylor Suzanne and Tom Geraghty Kevin Glynn Barbara Griesser John and Susan Griffith Brian Griffiths James Guest AJ Habib Thomas Haggerty James Harriman Peter and Barbara Hasbrook John Haveman James Havey Brian Hayes
Philip Hearn Jennifer Hirsch Dale Hunt Lawrence Hyde Itachu Prominent LLC Paul and Jane Jaeger Candice Johnson Mary Ellen Johnston Just Give John and Mary Kakolewski Grant Kaplan Lucy and Alan Katz Tim and Mary Kelley Stephen Kern Joseph Kerrigan Stephen Killian Angelina Kleinbub William Knott Robert Krasnansky David Krill Fred and Suzanne Kueppers Raymond LaFrey Lake County Community Foundation Charles Langen Susan Leverone Robert Lewandowski Richard Lorenz Jane Lowe Thomas and Alicia Luna Benjamin Luther William Lynch Charlotte Mac Donald Thaddeus and Margaret Mackrell Virginia Martin Kathleen McCann McDonald’s Corporation William McGeverin Edward McLaughlin Richard McMenamin and Patricia Mulvihill Patricia Messbarger Robert and Mary Pat Mockler Joseph and Mary Monahan James Morley Richard Mueller Carol Mulvihill George and Margaret Murphy John and Julie Nebel G. Michael Nidiffer, MD Alex Nikolov Mary Nolan Frank Noonan Thomas and Maureen Noone Mary Lee Norman Michael Odiotti Thomas Ogg
Adrian O’Keefe Marlene Olson William O’Neal Ronald and Mary Pawl Robert and Virginia Payant Robert and Carol Peters Senta Plunkett Jonathan Price Charles and Carol Racansky Frank Raispis John and Mary Rassias Charles Reed Thomas and Catherine Reedy Denis and Sheila Ring Ana-Maria Rizzuto Mr. and Mrs. Peter Robinson Michael and Doeleen Rover Kathleen Savard Jean Shafer Richard Shannon William Sheehan Leo and Honey Sheridan Susan M. Smith Robert and Maureen Smith Eldon Somers James Spach St. Peter’s Catholic Church Henry and Carolyn Steadman John Steinmetz, Jr. Helen and Edmund Tepas Donald and Marie Tippman Albert Tobia Philip and Sandra Tobin Joseph Tooher Bryan and Susan Vincent Pauline Viviano John and Katherine Volk Lambert and Eleanore VonBank Marialice Wagner James and Patricia Wees Michael and Marian Wernicke John and Lee Ann Wexler Cynthia Whalen James Whelan Tom Winkel Frederick Wolf William Woods Patricia Wotypka Frances Wu Clifford and Elizabeth Yeary George and Kathleen Zink Don Zirkel
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Elizabeth S. Goettl Chief Academic Officer Jack Crowe Chief Operating Officer and General Counsel Robert Mooney Senior Consultant Sr. Vickie Perkins, SCL Director of School Growth Dave Mason Director of School Support Kay Volk Director of Teaching and Learning Claire Sayers National Corporate Work Study Director Chris Broughton Director of College Initiatives Nicole Hall Director of Strategy and Finance Brenda Schulze Director of Advancement Beth Fuller Data Manager Patrick Dunphy Advancement Officer Andy Laureano Associate Director of Alumni Tracking & Support Joanna Lucca School Growth Coordinator
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