Not only does Holy Family Cristo Rey see their students have a work ethic through high school with the Corporate Work-Study Program, the academic side is demanding as well. Prinicpal Sidney Moore tells you about the new curriculum for the 77 first year students at Holy Family this year.
Holy Family Cristo Rey offers a rigorous, college-preparatory education to limited-income families from across Birmingham.
Tuition and Cost
The yearly cost of education for one student is approximately $9760.00. Scholarships are available for qualified families.
All Applicants are required to complete the Financial Aid Information Form. The data collected in this form helps the Office of Admissions set the tuition paid per student. Tuition is based on a sliding scale, with 10 monthly payments available from $25 to $250 per month. The family annual contribution to the student's tuition will vary from $300 to $2,250.00, depending upon the information given on the Financial Aid Form.
Visit Holy Family Cristo Rey
Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School offers several ways to visit campus. Come tour our campus, speak with current students and faculty, and see all that Holy Family Cristo Rey has to offer.
All applicants are encouraged and invited to attend Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School for a day. Applicants will be paired with a current student, and follow him / her through the first half of the academic day.
This program provides student applicants the opportunity to experience school life at Holy Family Cristo Rey firsthand. Students are to arrive by 7:45 AM on the day of their visit. Applicants will attend two academic periods and student advisory, and are welcome to join the host student for lunch.
Private Information Session and Tour
If you are unable to visit campus during the school day, but would like to learn more about Holy Family Cristo Rey, please call our Director of Admissions, Ms. Dixon, at 205.263.0133 or email email@example.com to schedule a personalized information session and tour.
Policy of Non-Discrimination
Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School admits students of any race, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students.
Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in the administration of educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other schoool administered programs.
To the extent required by Title IX, Holy Family Cristo Rey Catholic High School does not discriminate against any applicant, employee or student because of gender.