The flooding that devastated the campus of Cristo Rey Baton Rouge Franciscan High School and much of the city of Baton Rouge earlier this month inspired quick responsive action by Cristo Rey schools across the country. The Baton Rouge school officially opened its doors only four days before it was forced to close them indefinitely. As Cristo Rey Baton Rouge moved to temporary quarters, the 31 other Network schools mobilized to support the work of the newest school, challenging each other in creative ways to help raise money to replace lost technology, materials, uniforms, and furniture necessary to equip the school’s students and faculty for its first academic year.Uploaded 5 months ago to AJHS Videos
Given with gratitude to Fr. John P. Foley, SJ for tirelessly seeking the greater good by providing quality and diverse educational opportunities for students most in need by founding the first Cristo Rey school and continuing to expand the network to reach more students across the nation.Uploaded 11 months ago to Events and AJHS Videos
A video from the Archbishop at our Blessing & Dedication of the new building!Uploaded a year ago to AJHS Videos
Julia Rodriguez (AJHS Class of 2015) delivers her address to the members of the 2015 Mile High United Way's GradNation Workforce Summit.
Mile High United Way's GradNation Workforce Summit brought together members of the business, nonprofit and education communities to share expertise and discuss how we can develop a pathway for young Coloradans to succeed in school, work and life.