September President’s Pen: When our students get opportunities, they make the most of them.

Make hay while the sun shines!  With autumn already here, this old adage reminds us to make the most of any opportunity while it exists.  Our students are certainly making the most of their opportunities.  Every week, they are out in the workplace with our job partners in the Corporate Work Study Program earning their education, expanding their professional network, … Read More

2019 Senior Retreat

Cristo Rey St. Martin students know what it’s like to keep a full calendar. Their days of challenging academic schedules, demanding corporate work study jobs and family responsibilities can take on a frenzied pace. Now and again, we all need to give ourselves a quiet “space” – to gain insight and grow deeper relationships with one another and with God. … Read More

COMMITTED TO FAITH & JUSTICE

BORDER IMMERSION TRIP   On June 7th, five Cristo Rey students supervised by Edwin Medina (CRSM ’11), an accountant at Cristo Rey, embarked on a week-long border immersion trip to join Fr. Corey Brost, CSV, @brostcsv who leads groups to the border between Arizona and Mexico retracing the steps of migrants trying to cross the desert. During the trip, CRSM students … Read More

Students Embark on Border Immersion Trip

On June 7th, five Cristo Rey students supervised by Edwin Medina (CRSM ’11), an accountant at Cristo Rey, arrived at Saint Xavier Mission in Tuscon – the oldest intact European structure in Arizona, often referred to as the “white dove of the desert”.   The group embarked on a week-long border immersion trip to join  Fr. Corey Brost, CSV, @brostcsv … Read More

Work Study Program is seeking Student Success Coaches

During the first semester of the current school year, nearly one hundred percent of our student workers attained a “meets expectations” (or higher) overall performance rating in their Corporate Work Study Program job. It’s a great accomplishment that so many students are building life-long skill sets and relationships at work. There are some students who need additional mentoring and skills development, … Read More

April Student Life News: CRSM “lawyers” take on the Daley Center

The first inaugural Howlett Cup brought together students from Loyola Academy, Cristo Rey Pilsen, Christ the King Jesuit, and Cristo Rey St. Martin to compete as attorneys and witnesses in a mock trial tournament. It was the first mock trial experience for all schools involved. CRSM’s team was moderated by Mrs. Michelle Miller and Ms. Caitlin Murphy, who held try-outs … Read More

President’s Pen: March 2014

Normally at our Founders’ Dinner, we would not have had students dancing and performing a skit. Normally, we would have heard a speech from one of our students. We might have heard from one of our alumni: a young man studying Business on a full-ride scholarship at Georgetown. He may have told us that during his junior year at CRSM, … Read More

March Campus Ministry News: Becoming “People for Others”

A large part of the Cristo Rey experience is community service and volunteerism. Social justice and responsibility are often discussed in class and put into practice during Feast week, but students are NOT required to fulfill any service commitments or spiritual obligations. Despite having no service hour requirements, CRSM students give back anyway. 2159 hours spent volunteering at sites like … Read More