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Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory of Houston

Cristo Rey Jesuit College Preparatory of Houston is a Roman Catholic secondary school located on 6700 Mount Carmel Street in Houston, Texas, United States. It was founded by the New Orleans Province of the Society of Jesus and continues to be a sponsored work of the Jesuits. It is a part of the Cristo Rey Network and also affiliated with the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Galveston-Houston. Father T.J. Martinez, S.J., was the founding president.

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The students go to work one day a week. Locations of the corporate sponsors vary from downtown, galleria area, greenway plaza, the medical center and more. Seniors attend work on Mondays. Juniors attend work on either Monday or Thursday. Sophomores attend work on either Wednesday or Thursday. And freshman attend work on either Tuesday or Wednesday. The days that the students are not at work, which is 4, are devoted to class. Class begins promptly at 7:30 in the morning and do not end until 4 o'clock in the afternoon. The day starts and ends with prayer and reflection led by the campus mister.

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