Geometers Get Crafty

“We’re transitioning from two dimensions into three in Geometry right now, and what better way to do it than folding nets! This project gave the students a chance to get hands-on with the geometry (a rare event this year) by cutting out and assembling these paper models at home. Not only does this strengthen their visual-spatial reasoning, but it lets … Read More

“Grateful, Resilient and 100% Committed ”: An Interview with Ryan Scott

Ryan graduated from CRSM in 2016, and received his Bachelor’s degree in 2020. He is now working with a non-profit that focuses on supporting the development, growth and success of students in under-resourced schools. He is a full-time student success coach, partnering with classroom teachers in the city of Chicago, doing one-on-one tutoring and helping students cultivate social, emotional and … Read More

Food Drive: CRSM Students Continue Their Commitment as People for Others

On January 30th, Cristo Rey St. Martin and the The Northern Illinois Food Bank (NIFB) partnered to host a drive-thru food distribution event. The second major event in their continuing efforts to help families get through the financial challenges of the pandemic. One-hundred students, staff, families and friends of the school volunteered to work alongside NIFB staffers, directing traffic and … Read More

Academic Achievements

76% of CRSM Students Have a 3.0 GPA or Higher Question: Why is this important? Answer: GPA is a key metric. 82% of Cristo Rey graduates who earned a Bachelor’s degree had a 3.0 or higher at CRSM. 91 CRSM Students Currently Have a 4.0 GPA Two POSSE Scholarship Winners Again This Year!  POSSE Scholar Fernando R. will attend Connecticut College         POSSE Scholar … Read More

Stepping It Up in the Workplace

Arlene, CRSM ’23, has been working with Discover Financial Services in Compliance Operations every Thursday this school year. But during CRSM’s two-week holiday break, Discover experienced what executives there described as an unusual and significant increase in work volume. Kim Lotz, Senior Manager of Compliance Programs, talked about the situation- “Obviously, the holidays are a bad time for an unexpected … Read More

Save The Bees

                  Daniel is a senior and concerned citizen doing a stewardship with The Center for Environmental Leadership. “All students are asked to choose what they want to work on. I chose to help spread awareness of bees in order to make sure everyone knows how important they are. A video seemed to be … Read More

Celebrating Our Lady of Guadalupe with Red Cloud Indian School

Normally, December would find Campus Ministry busy organizing events such as: all-school TAIZE prayer services at CRSM, transporting groups of 15-20 students to the Viatorian Province Center, celebrations of La Virgen de Guadalupe and Las Posadas or The Inns – a re-enactment of the Holy Family’s desperate search for accommodations in Bethlehem before Jesus’ birth.       On December … Read More