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Eligibility

Director of admissions
Dear Prospective Students and Parents,

 

At ICA Cristo Rey Academy, we continue to empower girls to become confident young women able to realize their full potential in school, at work, and in life. During this time that we are experiencing a Shelter in Place Order, we want to assure you that the COVID-19 pandemic has not and will not stop our students from continuing with their learning. Our students are participating in distant learning and, in some cases, are also able to do their CWSP work from home. 

 

We want to reassure you that COVID-19 will not be influencing our admissions decisions for the 2020-21 school year. Our first round of applications have been processed, decisions mailed and most have already enrolled; WELCOME! We look forward to celebrating with you in person in the near future.

 

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Angelica Granera ‘95
Director of Admissions

About ICA Cristo Rey

ICA Cristo Rey is committed to making a high-quality, Catholic, college-prep education available to all qualified young women, therefore we have the most affordable tuition of any Catholic high school in the Bay Area.

Every student at ICA Cristo Rey comes from a low to moderate-income family and participates in a work-study program, which helps to offset the cost of her tuition.

While the maximum tuition is $2,900 per year, tuition is assessed for individual families based on need.

Approximately 73% of our students receive additional financial aid from ICA Cristo Rey or outside organizations.

ICA Cristo Rey admits students of any race, color, and national or ethnic origin.

  • Working-class families – ICA Cristo Rey is designed for students who desire a quality Catholic education but who could not otherwise afford one.
  • The student must have an academic record that demonstrates achievement in junior high school.
  • The student must be at least 14 years old by September 1st of their 9th-grade year.
  • The student must be eligible to work in the United States.
  • The student must demonstrate the maturity and work ethic needed to participate in the Corporate Work Study Program (CWSP).
  • The student must be motivated to graduate from a four-year university.

Sobre ICA Cristo Rey

ICA Cristo Rey está comprometido en proporcionar educación católica de alta calidad a todas las jóvenes que califican, por lo cual tenemos la matrícula más económica entre todas las escuelas secundarias católicas del área de la bahía.  

Cada estudiante en ICA Cristo Rey proviene de una familia con bajos o moderados ingresos y participa en el programa de trabajo y estudio, que ayuda con el costo de su matrícula.

A pesar de que la matrícula más alta es $2,900 por año, la matrícula de cada estudiante se evalúa y se basa en las necesidades individuales.

Aproximadamente 73% de nuestras estudiantes reciben ayuda financiera de ICA Cristo Rey o de otras instituciones.

ICA Cristo Rey admite estudiantes de todas las razas, colores, nacionalidades y orígenes étnicos.

  • Familia de clase trabajadora - ICA Cristo Rey está diseñada para estudiantes que desean obtener educación Católica de calidad, y que de otra manera no podrían pagarla.
  • La estudiante debe tener un expediente académico que demuestra su buen rendimiento durante la escuela primaria (junior high).
  • La estudiante deberá tener por lo menos 14 años antes del 1ero de septiembre de su noveno año escolar.
  • La estudiante deberá ser elegible para trabajar en los Estados Unidos.
  • La estudiante deberá demostrar la madurez y buena ética de trabajo que se necesita para participar en el programa de estudio y trabajo (Corporate Work Study Program - CWSP).
  • La estudiante debe tener motivación para graduarse de una universidad con carreras de cuatro años.