INVESTING IN FUTURES 2013 Cristo Rey Network Annual Report
MISSION The Cristo Rey Network empowers students from underserved lower-income communities to develop their minds and become lifelong contributors to society. By providing students an extraordinary, Catholic, college preparatory education and a unique, four-year corporate work study experience, we seek to â€œtransform urban America one student at a time.â€? Photos: (cover) Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School, | 3 (left) Cristo Rey St. Martin College Prep | 3
From the Chairman of the Board Dear Friends: The Cristo Rey Network is on the move.
network of high schools in the country â€” and After a nation-wide search, in April the Cristo
Rey Network found its new President and CEO
in its own backyard in Chicago. Randy Kurtz
Corporate Work Study Program that covers
joined Cristo Rey with a wealth of experience, a
most of their education costs. We believe that
passion for our mission, and a bundle of energy
combining rigorous academics with experience
and ideas. We are blessed by his arrival.
in the workplace is the best way to prepare our
students with the knowledge and skills needed In June, Fr. Joseph Parkes, S.J., concluded
for success. For that reason, we are committed
his service as Chairman of the Network Board.
to opening new schools and growing our existing
Fr. Parkes remains a member of the Board
and continues to serve in his primary role as President of Cristo Rey New York. We are
We are grateful to all of you who have invested
indebted to Fr. Parkes for his extraordinary
in our work.
leadership and service to the Network. Sincerely, At the heart of our mission are the students we serve. A new Cristo Rey school opened in
Philadelphia in fall 2012 and in Columbus this
Kevin T. Baine
school-year. We look forward to new schools
Chairman of the Board
opening next year in Atlanta and San Jose.
Partner, Williams & Connolly, LLP
From the President & CEO • 1,800 corporate partners stepping up to
employ our students I feel privileged that the Board of Directors chose me as the new leader of the Cristo Rey Network. For me this role is a calling and not a job. I think of myself as an ambassador for the thousands of
• 46 University Partners educating more than 700 graduates • Graduates completing college at twice the rate of their low-income peers
young men and women we currently serve and will serve in the future.
In short, our students develop the “grit” and “social captial” they need to succeed in college
In 30 years on Wall Street, I learned that when
and in life.
folks commit their time or their money, they expect tangible results. There are a lot of “stories”
You and I have a huge opportunity: to invest in
this unique model of social change. The Cristo
demonstrable outcomes. I want to reflect
Rey movement is worthy of our time, our enthusiasm, our ideas and our treasure.
for a moment on Cristo Rey’s return on our investment:
To those of you already invested in Cristo Rey, I say thank you. If you are new to Cristo Rey, I invite you to learn about us and get on board. Together we can do even
• Currently educating 8,100 economically
disadvantaged students • 6,800 graduates whose lives have been
Sincerely in Cristo Rey,
transformed • Growth of the Network from 3 schools ten years ago to 26 today and more on the way
Randolph R. Kurtz
President and CEO |5
From the Chair Emeritus Dear Friends: We began the first Cristo Rey school in the Pilsen
neighborhood near downtown Chicago in 1996.
Furthermore, the criterion we determined for
At that time, I planned to return to Peru five
every decision, â€œwhat is best for the students,â€?
years later. Now seventeen years have passed,
happily remains the norm.
and here we are not only still going strong, but growing. I only return to Peru to visit old friends!
As you will read herein, Cristo Rey schools
Cristo Rey continues to excite people and
continue to produce fruit. The kingdom really is
gather momentum from new partners, which is
coming, and our King is working through us.
the strongest proof that it is not our work. The Holy Spirit is alive and well across the national
Sincerely in Cristo Rey,
Network. This school-year, 8,100 urban young people are receiving a Catholic, college preparatory
John P. Foley, S.J.
education - an opportunity they thought was
completely out of their reach. As in any human institution, challenges exist in our 26 schools. Yet, thousands of young men and women are getting the chance to bring to life all their wonderful gifts. That was the bottom line when we began the first Cristo Rey school, and it
Year in Review Five Cristo Rey schools ranked among 41 most challenging private schools According to Washington Post’s Jay Mathews’s Index Score
President & CEO, Randy Kurtz; Chairman of the Board, Kevin Baine
Immaculate Conception Academy & Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory School of Houston celebrated first graduating classes CLASS OF 2013
awards Coporate Work Study Program 1 of 6 groundbreaking projects in the world
Cristo Rey Philadelphia (2012) & Cristo Rey Columbus (2013)
E D U C AT I O N A L A D VA N C E M E N T
2013-2014 Facts & Figures
corporate work study program job partners
Religious Sponsors & Endorsers assure each
Did you know?
school is Catholic in identity and mission 8 | Photo: Christ the King Preparatory School
average family income for a
household of four
100,000,000 operating budget of all schools
STUDENT ENROLLMENT Cristo Rey Network schools serve only economically disadvantaged youth, inclusive of all faiths and cultures.
35% Black 6% Other 4% White
CLASS OF 2017 DEMOGRAPHICS School of Origin 43% Public 30% Catholic 23% Charter 4% Other
Partnering with Corporate America Cristo Rey’s Corporate Work Study Program is unique in American education. Corporate partners
Four longer days a week in the classroom
educational opportunities for urban young
One full day a week in the workplace
Lifelong skills and habits of mind for success
people by employing every Cristo Rey student. Students work as entry-level staff in professional settings one full day of every week, earning wages to support approximately half the cost of their college preparatory education. Through their work with Cristo Rey students, corporate partners mentor our young people, develop a pipeline of diverse talent, and improve their corporate culture. In turn, Cristo Rey students gain valuable social capital and learn real life lessons. They build the self-confidence and grit needed to successfully navigate college and careers.
Gizel, a senior at Cristo Rey Jesuit Minneapolis, was a Project Engineer Intern at Medtronic. She diagnosed a production bottleneck that was slowing a manufacturing process and helped design a solution that will save the company approximately $35,000. According to Gizel, “I had such an amazing experience!” 10 | Photo: Gizel, second from left, and her fellow classmates from Cristo Rey Jesuit Minneapolis in front of Medtronic.
1,800 Corporate Partners include: Corporate partners employing students in five or more cities: American Red Cross Blue Cross Blue Shield Catholic Charities Deloitte & Touche, LLP Ernst & Young, LLP United Way Expeditors International Grant Thornton JP Morgan Chase Jones Day LLP KPMG Latham & Watkins PNC Bank Pricewaterhouse Coopers Robert W. Baird & Co., Inc. US Bank Wells Fargo YMCA
What do students do in the workplace? Knowledge Jobs
Science Lab Research
Mail Room Assistance
Revenue Earned by Students $40mm $44mm projected
Jobs by Industry 16% Financial Services 13% Law
4% Manufacturing 4% Real Estate
11% Healthcare 8% Professional Services 7% Education
12 | Photos: (top) Cristo Rey New York High School, (right) Arrupe Jesuit High School
16% Nonprofit 21% Other
“The educational quality of the program is fundamentally different in kind from what anyone else offers. Math suddenly matters when you have to help a company figure out its gross margin in a certain part of the country. Our employees love working with these students. They come in articulate, bright, well dressed, and ready to work. For our part, we have to be good adult influences in their lives. It lifts everyone’s game.” Christopher Connor CEO, Sherwin-Williams
Photo: Cristo Rey New York High School | 13
Teach-Learn-Lead Supported by the generosity of the Louis Calder Foundation, the Caster Family Trust, and John and Diane Patience, Cristo Rey’s work around teaching and learning integrates three domains essential to high school and college success for every student.
Curriculum & Assessment Student
Teacher Effectiveness A
Principal Leadership Principals
rigorous, standards-based, college-ready
classroom increases student achievement.
framework for instruction to observe
curriculum with annual benchmarks closely
Our teacher effectiveness work focuses
classrooms daily and provide teachers with
aligned to the Common Core State
on implementation of evidence-based
regular feedback. Our national cohort of
Standards and the ACT College and
instructional strategies in all classrooms.
Career Readiness Standards. A focus on
Through our annual Summer Institute,
achievement data and to challenge and
support one another other in strategizing
integration of identified thinking strategies
during the school year, teachers at Cristo
and lifelong learning behaviors, promotes
Rey schools continuously develop and
college readiness. These same strategies,
refine their toolkits of strategies. Thus,
integrated into our Corporate Work Study
teachers’ professional practice is focused
Program, ensure that our graduates are
on specific strategies that drive student
college- and career-ready.
learning results. Teacher teams collaborate to
classroom instruction. 14 | Photo: San Miguel High School
to achieve our shared mission.
“As education of at-risk students continues to be the focus of our foundation, Cristo Rey does an excellent job of leveraging our philanthropy in accomplishing these goals.“ John and Diane Patience
To and Through College Cristo Rey graduates are succeeding in
In August 2013, Cristo Rey was awarded a three-year grant to support our
college at twice the rate of their peers.
College Completion Program, aimed to further equip Cristo Rey students with
Nonetheless, critical barriers may prevent our
essential knowledge and skills to successfully enroll and graduate from
alumni from successfully enrolling, persisting and
college with a Bachelor’s degree.
completing college. Cristo Rey’s new partnership with the Michael & Susan Dell Foundation will be
Alumni advisors and college counselors from Cristo Rey Kansas City High
instrumental in guiding alumni to achieve key
School, Cristo Rey New York High School and Saint Martin de Porres High
milestones during their path to and through college.
School will implement the College Completion Program comprised of three elements:
1. Senior year and summer transition support
2. Alumni data collection, management, and reporting through the Dell
“Cristo Rey’s College Completion Initiative expands upon the organization’s current efforts in supporting alumni to and through college. We are proud to partner with Cristo Rey to support our common goal to improve overall graduation rates for low-income, first generation students.” Oscar Sweeten-Lopez Program Director, Dell Scholars
Scholar Administrative and Alumni portals 3. Alumni outreach, interventions, and mentorship
Cristo Rey Network Graduates
enrolled in college over the last several
enrolled at the top 100 national universities and
liberal art colleges
college graduation rate
of those enrolled at a college
- compared to their low-income peers
partner institution have graduated or are on track to graduate
Photo: Verbum Dei High School | 17
National University Partners Supporting Partners Boston College Creighton University Connecticut College Dominican University Fairfield University Fordham University Loras College Providence College Regis University Rockhurst University Saint Louis University Saint Peter’s College Santa Clara University Seattle University Stevenson University Stonehill College Trinity Washington University University of Saint Mary outer strokes of the shield is reversed so the white is the outer stroke on a dark back ground, as opposed the the normal blue outline used on white
University of San Francisco University of Scranton University of St. Francis Wesleyan University
18 | Photo: Cristo Rey Network Alumni Ambassadors
School Growth The Cristo Rey Network is committed to opening schools that will be sustainable long-term, both
Schools in Development
financially and academically. To do so, the Cristo
Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School (opening in 2014)
Rey School Growth Team supports communities in
Cristo Rey San Jose Jesuit High School (opening in 2014)
each phase of the replication process, starting with
Cristo Rey Albuquerque High School
the initial feasibility study through the opening of the
Cristo Rey Baton Rouge High School
Cristo Rey Dallas High School Cristo Rey Milwaukee High School
Given the school choice legislation in a number
Cristo Rey Phoenix High School
of states, we are opening even more financially
Cristo Rey San Antonio High School
sound schools supported not only by revenue from the Corporate Work Study Program, but also by
Visit www.cristoreynetwork.org for up-to-date progress on each school.
school vouchers and education tax credits.
Today Last year, The Walton Family Foundation joined Cristo Rey as a lead strategic partner in these
efforts, with support from The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation and the Caster Family Trust.
students avg. students per school
students avg. students per school
â€œWe are proud to be the latest in a long line of Cristo Rey schools to open. We look forward to providing low-income students here in Atlanta with a first-class Catholic, private school option.â€? Bill Garrett President, Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School 20 |
Existing Schools (26) In Development (8) Target Markets
Mission Effectiveness Standards To protect the integrity of the Cristo Rey model, schools adhere to a set of quality criteria â€“ the Mission Effectiveness Standards. To assess school performance relative to each
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 2. open to students of various faiths and cultures.
standard, schools undergo regular reviews to
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.
Visiting review teams assure that
5. Requires participation by all students in the work-study program. All students must be 14 years old by September 1st.
schools are taking steps to meet the Mission Effectiveness
implement short and long term goals to drive performance; and
6. Seeks to integrate the learning present in its work program, classroom 2. and extracurricular experiences for the fullest benefit of its student 2. 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 2. comprehensive advancement program to ensure financial stability.
Sharing evidence-based practices:
9. Supports its graduatesâ€™ efforts to obtain a college degree.
Member schools replicate effective practices.
10. Is an active participant in the collaboration, support, and development 2. of the Cristo Rey Network.
Photo: San Miguel High School | 21
School Timeline Our first investors, BJ & Bebe Cassin, had the inspiration and vision that started the Cristo Rey Network and enabled our growth.
Chicago, Illinois Sponsored by the ChicagoDetroit Province of the Society of Jesus
Portland, Oregon Sponsored by the San Francisco District of De La Salle Christian Brothers
The Cristo Rey Network salutes Mr. & Mrs. Cassin, pictured here, recipients of the 2013 St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Award from the National Catholic Educational Association in recognition for their generous contributions to Catholic education. 24 |
Los Angeles, California Sponsored by the California Province of the Society of Jesus and the Archdiocese of Los Angeles
Denver, Colorado Sponsored by the Missouri Province of the Society of Jesus
ST. MARTIN COLLEGE PREP
Waukegan, Illinois Endorsed by the American Province of the Society of the Holy Child Jesus, Sinsinawa Dominicans, Clerics of St. Viator
Cleveland, Ohio Endorsed by the Chicago-Detroit Province of the Society of Jesus and the Sisters of the Humility of Mary
Boston, Massachusetts Sponsored by the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Boston
Tucson, Arizona Sponsored by the San Francisco District of De La Salle Christian Brothers
New York, New York 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
Kansas City, Missouri Sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Leavenworth
Lawrence, Massachusetts Sponsored by the Sisters of Notre Dame de Namur
Sacramento, California 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
Holy Family Cristo Rey study work achieve succeed Birmingham, Alabama Sponsored by the Congregation of the Passion - Holy Cross Province; Endorsed by the New Orleans Province of the Society of Jesus Minneapolis, Minnesota Sponsored by the Wisconsin Province of the Society of Jesus
Newark, New Jersey Sponsored by the Archdiocese of Newark; Endorsed by the Sisters of Charity of Saint Elizabeth and the Marist Brothers of the Schools
Baltimore, Maryland Sponsored by the Maryland Province of the Society of Jesus
Washington, D.C. Sponsored by the Salesians of Don Bosco and the Archdiocese of Washington
Chicago, Illinois Sponsored by the Chicago-Detroit Province of the Society of Jesus
2008 Indianapolis, Indiana Sponsored by the Sisters of Providence of Saint Mary-of-the-Woods, IN
Brooklyn, New York Endorsed by The Passionists and the Vincentians (Congregation of the Mission)
Columbus, Ohio Sponsored by the Archdiocese of Columbus San Francisco, California Sponsored by the Dominican Sisters of Mission San Jose, California
2009 Detroit, Michigan Sponsored by the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Basilian Fathers
J E S U I T
Cincinnati, Ohio Sponsored by the Sisters of Charity of Cincinnati
Houston, Texas Sponsored by the New Orleans Province of the Society of Jesus
H I G H
S C H O O L
Atlanta, Georgia Sponsored by the Maryland, New England and New York Provinces of the Society of Jesus; Endorsed by the Society of Mary
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Sponsored by the Oblates of St. Francis de Sales and the Sisters, Servants of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
opening in 2014 San Jose, California Endorsed by the California Province of the Society of Jesus
SAN JOSE JESUIT HIGH SCHOOL
Financial Statements Comparative Schedule of Revenue and Expenses Support and Revenue:
School Membership Dues
University Partnership Dues
Development and Communication
Total Support and Revenue
Expenses: Program Services Funding of Schools* Programming Provided to Schools Supporting Services
* Pass through grant funding for Cristo Rey schools increased by $380,000.
28 | Photos: (top) Immaculate Conception Academy, (bottom) Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School with Gen. Colin Powell in October 2012, (right) Verbum Dei High School
Board of Directors Kevin Baine (Chairman) Partner | Williams & Connolly, LLP
Kathleen A. Mahoney, Ph.D. Consultant
Richard Braddock Private Investor
John O’Shea Managing Director | Tenaska Capital Management
Stephen D. Bumbaugh Education Consultant Rev. John P. Foley, SJ Chair Emeritus | Cristo Rey Network Rev. Jim Gartland, SJ Rector | Blessed Peter Faber Jesuit Community at Boston College Jane Genster Senior Counselor to the President Georgetown University Nicolas Howley Founder, CEO, and Chairman TransDigm Group Incorporated Ann Korologos Former United States Secretary of Labor Randy Kurtz President and CEO | Cristo Rey Network
Rev. Joseph Parkes, SJ President | Cristo Rey New York High School Dan Porterfield, Ph.D. President | Franklin & Marshall College Paul E. Purcell Chairman, President, and CEO Robert W. Baird & Co. Joe Rauenhorst President | Encore One of Florida, L.L.C. John Thompson Former General Manager | BestBuy.com Martha Wyrsch Executive Vice President & General Counsel Sempra Energy
Cristo Rey Network Prayer Christ our King, Bless the students, alumni, teachers and leaders of all Cristo Rey schools across our country. Help them discover all the talent you have given to so many young men and women in our center cities so that together they may contribute to making Your Kingdom come and truly be about “transforming urban America one student at a time,” all for your greater glory. Amen.
Champions of Cristo Rey Benefactors contributing gifts $250,000+
$25,000 - $49,999
$1,000 - $4,999
Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation Paul and Patricia Purcell The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation Martha Wyrsch
Jo Anne Abbate Anonymous Robert Becherer Charles and Tiscia Bidwill Dr. Richard Bisson Philip Bornhofen BJ and Bebe Cassin John and Rosemary Croghan W.S. Darley & Co. Jim and Nancy Ewing Pat and Carrie Lee Susan Leverone Sheila Royston Murphy Susan B. Murphy Frank and Lois Noonan Kathy and Dennis Oâ€™Keefe Dan Porterfield, Ph. D. Michael and Martha Smith Susan R. and John W. Sullivan Foundation Peter L. Toms Jeffrey and Melissa Underwood Richard and Marilee Wehman
$10,000 - $24,999
Louis Calder Foundation Nicholas Howley John and Diane Patience Roger and Susan Stone The Walton Family Foundation
Kevin Baine Helen Brach Foundation The Dana Foundation Patrick Foley GHR Foundation National Recreation Foundation Starbucks Foundation Qatar Foundation
$5,000 - $9,999
The Honor Roll reflects donations more than $100 to the Cristo Rey Network from July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013.
$50,000 - $249,999 Richard and Susan Braddock Caster Family Trust J&L Fund Darren and Terry Jackson Mario Family Foundation
John and Barbara Hazeltine Koret Foundation Rita Rodriguez Richard and Dolores Shantz SPX Foundation Anne and Joseph Wenger
$500 - $999 Dan Anglim Robert and Sheila Berner, Sr. George Cavanaugh Tami Ciranna Phil and Julie Delaney Emmett and Bridget Doerr John Foster John Glunz Barbara Griesser Keeley Family Foundation Kathleen Mahoney Dan and Sue Real United Way of the Capital Region
$100 - $499
Robert and Lois Abele Salvatore Anastasio Richard T. Anderson John and Florence Badger Mary Batch Andrew Blum Rev. Michael Boehm Jeffrey Brand Richard and Elaine Brennan William Brown Thomas Carriero James and Maureen Chavoen William and Madeleine Choquette Madeline and William Choquette Paul Cmil Judy Coates Michael and Gail Coie Jeffrey and Lilliam Collmann Daniel and Maria Teresa Connolly Claire Cook Carol Ann Crawford Michael Davey Agnes Dempsey Marilee Dentzer
John Dodson Michael and Patricia Edwards Gregory and Jeanne Eisinger Kelly & Matthew Fairweather Anne and Richard Feeney Joanne Feldmeier James Fitzpatrick William & Patricia Fitzpatrick Lois Forte George and Bettina Francis Theodore Fugar J. Patrick and Anne M. Gallagher Art Gardenswartz Travers Garvin Mark McCabe & Kathleen Getz Dr. Donald A. Gillespie Raymond and Rosemary Giovannoni Richard Griffith Thomas Haggerty James Hajnosz James Harriman Peter and Barbara Hasbrook Brian Hayes Margaret Heffernan John and Andrea Heinstadt Stephen Holte Bernard and Teresa Hurley Paul & Jane Jaeger Susan Jennings Ed and Linda Kaiel John and Mary Kakolewski Mary Beth Kamp George and Elizabeth Kane Robert Keller Stephen Kern David and Rita Kieras Michael and Tanya Killpack William Klein Rev. William P. Knott Carl and Martha Koestner Edward and Kay Koger Jeffrey and Linda Krol Maria Kurrie Carl and Jutta Leuty Robert Lewandowski Paul and Erica Linthorst Charles and Sandra Lizza
Katy Lough George and Rose Marie Lubienski Mary Lucca Thomas and Alicia Luna Charlotte Mac Donald Mary Jane Macafee Thaddeus and Margaret Mackrell John Manfredi Joe and Margaret Maranto David and Mary Martin Edwin B. McConville Stephen McGeady John McGiff James and Betty Miller KC Minter Frank Molony Michael Moran James Morley Mulcahy Law Firm Lester Munson Joseph and Joan Noonan Thomas and Maureen Noone Daniel Obringer Edmond and Mary Ann Oâ€™Connor Jeanne B. Oelerich Kathleen Ojeda Norton & Mary Ann Oâ€™Meara G. William Parker John Patrick Penders Mary Peteet Bob and Carol Peters Daniel and Melanie Peterson Barbara Pope Mr. and Mrs. John Power Gary and Judith Rabik Charles and Carole Racansky David and Andrea Rahija Adam and Charis Ralko Philip and Maureen Rassas Charles and Joy Reed Mr. & Mrs. Peter Robinson William and Maren Rosborough Patricia Rowan Edward J. Schaaf Richard Schager Thomas and Helen Shantz John and Yanick Shea
Leo and Olive Sheridan Mary Skalkos Francis and Bernadette Skuse Michael and Nancy Smith Michael Lawler Smith Eldon Somers David Speranza T. Michael Sullivan Patricia Sullivan Richard Thesing Donald and Marie Tippman Albert Tobia Lowell and Martha Tompkins Michael Valladao John Vander Vennet Bryan Vincent Pauline Viviano Lambert and Eleanore Von Bank Charles Walsh Robert and Marian Wernicke Alan J. Wilhere Stephen Wilson Richard and Darleen Worth Patricia Wotypka Clifford and Elizabeth Yeary Don Zirkel
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Photo: Notre Dame Cristo Rey High School | 21
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