• Spring Appeal: Meet Damarion
    “Hello, my name is Damarion and I am a 10th grade student at Cristo Rey Richmond High School. My favorite subjects are geometry, world history, and P.E. The teachers are the reason I love these classes because they make me feel included. I came from a school where I didn’t fit in because of how shy I was, and this school gave me the opportunity to express who I truly am. My classmates make my experience even better. Everyone comes from different cultures but we are a family, one full of loving and caring people. “Last year, the Corporate Work …

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  • Hope, an Orientation Day Reflection from our Assistant Principal
    by Dr. Lynn Waidelich Coronovirus has taken so much from so many. There have been times over the last six months, when each of us have wondered if there is anything safe from the virus.  After Orientation Week at Cristo Rey Richmond, I will propose that HOPE is safe; hope is secure, and hope found its way to the surface in a very hot and humid gymnasium last Tuesday during New Student Orientation. We started the day setting up tables and laying out stacks of handouts. We had hand sanitizer stations and tested our thermometers. Our families trickled in just …

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  • Staff Spotlight: Mr. Broscious
    Staff Spotlight: Mr. Broscious Cristo Rey Richmond would not be able to educate young people of limited economic means to become men and women of faith, purpose and service without our dedicated and passionate faculty & staff. In an effort to recognize our educators, we will begin a series of Faculty & Staff Spotlights! Q: Where are you originally from?A: I was born in Allentown, PA, but grew up in Virginia Beach, VA. Q: What was your favorite subject in high school? And why?A: This is going to sound pretty cliche, but I always enjoyed math. I was pretty good …

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  • Staff Spotlight: Ms. Powers
    Staff Spotlight: Ms. Powers Cristo Rey Richmond would not be able to educate young people of limited economic means to become men and women of faith, purpose and service without our dedicated and passionate faculty & staff. In an effort to recognize our educators, we will begin a series of Faculty & Staff Spotlights! Q: Where are you originally from?A: Buckingham, VA Q: What was your favorite subject in high school? And why?A: Biology. I was interested in medicine and this class helped me to understand a lot about the human body. Plus, my biology teacher Mr. Caldwell was the …

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  • Staff Spotlight: Ms. Keiper
    Staff Spotlight: Ms. Keiper Cristo Rey Richmond would not be able to educate young people of limited economic means to become men and women of faith, purpose and service without our dedicated and passionate faculty & staff. In an effort to recognize our educators, we will begin a series of Faculty & Staff Spotlights! Q: Where are you originally from?A: Madison, New Jersey Q: What was your favorite subject in high school? And why?A: My favorite subjects revolved around the particular teachers who supported me – Drama (Mr. Russo – he used to smoke in the classroom!?!) History – Mrs. …

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