Cristo Rey Tampa High School at Mary Help of Christians, Inc.

6400 East Chelsea Street Tampa, Fl 33610
Phone 813-621-8300
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Our mission Cristo Rey Tampa High School, a Catholic college preparatory school and work study program sponsored by the Salesians of Don Bosco, forms underserved young men and women who will actively live faith, hope, and love. Through the educational approach of St. John Bosco and under the protection of Mary Help of Christians, we create an environment of trust and loving kindness.
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At Cristo Rey Tampa support is vital to our mission. We are thankful for the outpouring of community support given to our students and faculty. This year, as we welcome our first graduating class, we also establish traditions and pave the way for future Cristo Rey Tampa students. We are building a school that provides students the opportunity to grow academically and spiritually as they prepare to enter college. It is through the generosity of friends like you that we can educate and provide opportunities to young men and women who are committed to hard work, serving others, and reaching their full potential. Join us in our efforts to transform the lives of these amazing students.
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About us The Cristo Rey Network® is the largest network of high schools in the United States whose enrollment is limited to low-income youth. Cristo Rey Network delivers a distinctive approach to inner-city education that equips students with the knowledge, character, and skills to transform their lives. From freshman year, Cristo Rey schools establish a culture of high-expectations by blending rigorous academics, four years of professional work experience, Catholic moral values, and support for students to and through college. Thirty-seven Cristo Rey schools located in 24 states provide a quality, Catholic, college preparatory education to almost 12,000 young people who live in urban communities with limited educational options.