Cristo Rey Tampa High School only admits incoming students in grades 9, 10, and 11 who have a minimum 2.75 GPA and satisfactory academic and behavioral reports from their current school.
Prospective students must be:
- 14-years old on or before September 1 when entering grade nine;
- Committed to working 5 full days each month;
- Committed to our slightly longer school day and school year;
- From a family which meets our income requirement;
- Willing to participate in a faith-based curriculum; and
- Able to attend and successfully complete two weeks of Summer Business Training.
- The application period opens October 1, 2018.
- Parents should schedule a time to meet with an Admissions staff member to start the application process by calling 813-621-8300, ext. 224 or emailing email@example.com.
- An interview is part of the Admissions process.
Yes! Cristo Rey Tampa offers athletic teams and extracurricular activities. Additional clubs and activities are offered based on student interest and the availability of moderators. We are very proud and supportive of our students' extracurricular efforts, it is essential to understand that academics and work always come first. Students' first commitment on the days they work is to their job, and they may not miss work to participate in sporting events or other activities. Likewise, students who are struggling academically will be placed in tutoring and may be ineligible for extracurricular opportunities until they improve their academic performance.
Yes, all students are required to report to school each day in the appropriate uniform. We are proud to partner with Educational Outfitters for school uniforms.
No, we welcome students of all faiths and denominations. The school is open to all interested applicants and religious preference is not a factor in the admissions process. We pride ourselves on a diverse student and staff/faculty body. CRT is a Catholic institution, so a four-year curriculum in religious studies is expected of all students. Regular liturgical celebrations, service projects, and spiritual retreats are also a component of our students’ education.
Parents/guardians pay as little as $65 a month, depending on the Step Up For Student guidelines, for their student to attend Cristo Rey Tampa High School. Families must first apply and qualify for the Florida Tax Credit Scholarship through Step Up For Students at www.stepupforstudents.org.
The Step Up For Students Scholarship award is unique to each family's income. When the Step Up application period opens, applications are processed in the order on which they are received (including all supporting documentation). Scholarships are awarded with priority given to renewal families followed by new families with the greatest financial need.
Please contact our Admissions department for assistance.
Transportation to the school and from the school is paid for by CRT and provided by the county’s bus line – Hillsborough Area Regional Transit (HART). Our school is located near a transfer center for the bus line (D - Net Park), students are then bussed from Net Park to CRT which is less than a minute drive. Transportation from CRT to the student’s workplace is available every day.
Parent/guardians interested in signing up for carpool should contact Mark Yarnold, Transportation Coordinator, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
All interested students and their parents are invited to visit our campus on:
To learn more about admission to Cristo Rey Tampa High School, please call our Admissions Department at (813) 621-8300. xt. 236 or our Admissions Information Line at (813) 381-2707.
All visitors must sign in at the Main Office upon arrival on campus.