Through a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, integrated with a relevant work study experience, students graduate ready to succeed in college and in life.
We work to challenge students with rigorous academics.
We work to provide an invaluable corporate employment experience.
We work to create a safe and supportive environment rooted in faith-based values.
We work exclusively with Atlanta’s economically disadvantaged students of all faiths by opening the door to excellence in higher education, the workforce, community citizenship and Catholic values.
We are the school that works in the heart of Atlanta.
Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit is an apostolate of the Society of Jesus and one of 60 Jesuit high schools across the United States. Since 1548, Jesuit schools have formed students to become people of conscience, competence and compassion. The hallmark of Jesuit education is academic and personal excellence. The aim of Jesuit schools is the formation of men and women for others.
Students will graduate from Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit prepared to embark upon a journey of personal accountability, service to others and lifelong learning.
Our school utilizes a longer school day and year, structured academic assistance, and counseling support to prepare students for college. All students enrolled in the school participate in a unique Corporate Work Study Program through which they develop important skills and finance the majority of the cost of their education. The Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit Corporate Work Study Program provides students the opportunity to build core skills that will help them succeed in college and the modern workplace.
Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School is based on a proven model of success and is a member of a network of 28 Cristo Rey schools around the country that empower young students to achieve their full potential. Cristo Rey schools offer a unique curriculum that combines academics, extracurricular programs, and professional work experience to prepare students for success in college and beyond. This model works, with 100% of graduates being accepted into college.