Join us for our Virtual Open House

November 14, 2020 | 9-11 am | Register for link
Talk with faculty and students, get a virtual look at the campus and hear about our work study program that allows students to work with leading corporate partners in industries such as medicine, law, finance, biotech, and more. Find out about the most affordable, all-girls, Catholic, college-prep high school in the Bay Area.

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Virtual Open House

Talk with faculty and students, get a virtual look at the campus and hear about our work study program that allows students to work with leading corporate partners in industries such as medicine, law, finance, biotech, and more. Find out about the most affordable, all-girls, Catholic, college-prep high school in the Bay Area.
 
November 14, 2020
9-11 am

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Join us for our Virtual Open House

November 14, 2020 | 9-11 am | Register for link Talk with faculty and students, get a virtual look at the campus and hear about our work study program that allows students to work with leading corporate partners in industries such as medicine, law, finance, biotech, and more. Find out about the most affordable, all-girls, Catholic, college-prep high school in the Bay Area.

Class of 2020: 100% Acceptance into College

89 graduates 100% accepted into college 91% of the class accepted to a four-year program 85% are first-generation, college-bound students Earned over $8.5 million in grants and scholarships

RealizED: more than a word

It's all in The Family

ICA Cristo Rey alum Gabby Lim’s [‘13] family are making a proclamation about what it means to them to live in an unjust society. And they are using their discussion to force other conversations within their community.

Recent Events

  • Did you know?
  • 100% of the graduates of ICA Cristo Rey were accepted into college
  • 91% of the Class of 2020 was accepted into a 4-year program
  • 85% of the Class of 2020 are first in their families to attend college
  • $95K The class of 2020 averaged over $95K in grants and scholarships per student