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Our Mission


To transform San Diego one student at a time.

Mission Statement:

To educate young people of limited economic means to become men and women of faith, purpose, and service, who are prepared for life.

We provide a rigorous college preparatory curriculum, integrated with a relevant work study experience and community service. In the finest tradition of Catholic outreach, we welcome students of all denominations. Students graduate prepared for college and service to their communities.

Core Values:

  • Accountable to Ourselves and Others
  • Committed to Growth
  • Faith-Filled Leadership
  • Community Centered
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Cristo Rey San Diego High School has been granted accreditation status by the Accrediting Commission for Schools, Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC). WASC accreditation validates the integrity of a school’s program and transcripts, and assures a community that the school’s goals are appropriate and being accomplished through a viable education

program. Furthermore, WASC accreditation is a certification to the public that the school is a trustworthy institution of learning and well-being that is committed to continuous improvement and high-quality learning and well-being for all students.

About Cristo Rey

Cristo Rey San Diego High School is preparing students with limited economic means for success. After opening in August 2020, Cristo Rey San Diego is now the 37th school in the Cristo Rey Network. Cristo Rey schools integrate four years of rigorous academic curriculum with four years of professional work experience, delivering a proven and innovative faith-based approach to education. Students graduate equipped with the knowledge, character and skills required to succeed in college and in life.


Your partnership will bring unparalleled opportunity to students in Southeast San Diego. Help students gain the knowledge, character and skills to build fulfilling lives.

Cristo Rey Network At A Glance








Corporate Partners

$75 million

Earned by Students