Cristo Rey Boston High School

Columbia-Savin Hill Meeting | April 2

The April 2nd Columbia-Savin Hill Civic Association meeting was held at Cristo Rey School on Savin Hill Ave, located very close to the Savin Hill T-station. The meeting had a large attendance of around 40 people. The meeting began with safety reports from Officer Keaney,. Philip DiSalvio, the dean of UMass Boston's University College spoke about the school's programs. UMass Boston has become a model for urban public education. He highlighted the programs available at University College. The program is for adults who may not have finished their bachelor's degree go back to school. >> Read More

Cristo Rey Boston High School




Cristo Rey's mission is to educate young people to become men and women of faith, purpose and service. Their expectation is that students will graduate from Cristo Rey Boston High School prepared to be leaders in their communities.


100 Savin Hill Avenue
Dorchester, MA 02125
United States
How to get involved/application guidelines and procedures: 

If you are a highly motivated student, eager to find yourself working in the corporate world, and ready to take the challenges of a demanding academic curriculum, Cristo Rey Boston is the school for you. Please contact us as soon as possible to get the application process started.
(617) 825-2580 x32

Also check out the school's Knight For A Day (student visitor) Program.

Key Programs Offered: 

The signature component of Cristo Rey Boston High School is the Corporate Work Study Program – a national educational model that leverages the resources of local business communities to make private, college preparatory education affordable and to give students an extraordinary experience that will shape the rest of their lives. This unique program separates Cristo Rey from other schools in the Boston area.

This academic year each Cristo Rey Boston student will work five full days per month at one of more than 100 area companies. To equip students with the skills they need to succeed at their work-study positions, all incoming freshmen and transfer students attend four weeks of professional training, and all returning students participate in one week of workshops geared toward improving work skills.

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