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Message from the Admissions Team

Dear Students and Families,

Thank you for your interest in becoming a member of the Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School community! We are thrilled with the response from the Atlanta community and look forward to welcoming a new class of eager freshmen to fill our school for the 2017-18 school year.

Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School is an affordable, safe, co-educational, college preparatory high school in the greater Atlanta metro area.  We are the 28th of 32 Cristo Rey Schools across the United States, and 100% of our graduates are accepted into college. 

In addition to academically preparing for college, each student works five full days per month in an entry-level job at one of our 97 Corporate Job Partners.  This innovative program provides valuable work experience as well as funding part of their education. Cristo Rey also offers financial aid to qualified students.  Every activity at Cristo Rey is done with the intention of forming our students into “men and women for and with others.”

Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit serves 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! 

Applications are available online or in the Admissions Office.  We invite you to register for a Shadow Day to see our students and teachers in the classroom.  We look forward to meeting you and hope that you will consider being part of the Class of 2021!



The Cristo Rey Admissions Team

Christina Sanchez                                                   
Interim Director of Admissions                                   
(404) 637-2816                                       

Ana McQuilkin
Admissions Coordinator
(404) 637-2815

Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School is a Catholic learning community that educates young people of limited economic means, of any faith or creed, to become men and women for and with others. Through a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, integrated with a relevant work study experience, students graduate prepared for college and life.