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.
The health and safety of our community is our top priority! Therefore, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, we are in the process of revising our admissions process to be virtual.
If you are still seeking to find the right school for your daughter, we are still accepting applications! Since all schools are closed until further notice, it is harder for us to obtain some of the documents for the application process, such as transcripts, state test scores, and recommendation letters. So we need your support in getting all the other documentation, that we ask families to provide, to us in a timely fashion, to expedite the process. We are very close to having a full incoming freshman class and will continue considering applicants until we do. Therefore, the sooner you apply the better!
ICA Cristo Rey is committed to making a high-quality, Catholic, college-prep education available to all qualified young women. While the maximum tuition is $2,900 per year, tuition is assessed for individual families based on need.
We understand that during these times many of our family’s may be facing financial hardships. Please do not let this keep you from applying or enrolling. Contact me directly to talk about how we can help you. We do not wish to turn any family away due to financial hardships.
Angelica Granera ‘95
Director of Admissions