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DePaul Cristo Rey High School Science Teacher Linsey McMullen is one of just 34 teachers from around the country named a Knowles Teaching Fellow by the Knowles Science Teaching Foundation. This five-year program supports early-career science and mathematics teachers to develop teaching expertise and lead from the classroom. McMullen, in

Students pray at DePaul Cristo Rey victims of gun violence and Purcell Marian student Gregory Thompson. (Courtesy Photo)
Students in the Archdiocese of Cincinnati participated in National Walkout Day to pray for the victims and to an end of gun violence.

DePaul Cristo Rey students looking up on eclipse day. (Courtesy Photo)
Today’s Video looks at Life Changing Education at DePaul Cristo Rey High School.

President Sister Jeanne Bessette has appointed Christopher Wilke as DePaul Cristo Rey High School’s new principal. Chris has been a DePaul Cristo Rey teacher and a director in the Corporate Work Study Program; he becomes the school’s second principal. “Chris has a deep commitment to DePaul Cristo Rey’s students and

The Archdiocese of Cincinnati is home to four Catholic Press Association affiliated news outlets, and all four were honored at the 2017 Catholic Press Association Awards Banquet June 23 in Quebec, Canada. St. Anthony Messenger magazine led the way among local outlets with 11 awards, including second place for Magazine

Tya Dixon and Hanna Bender
Students develop skills working for archdiocese Visitors to the ninth floor of the archdiocese’s Central Offices are likely to be greeted by the cheerful and professional presence of Rosemary Morena. A 2015 graduate of DePaul Cristo Rey High School (DPCR), Morena began working at the archdiocese during her junior year

From Ohio Governor Kasich who called the Cristo Rey Model “The Coolest Thing Calling the Cristo Rey model, “the coolest thing,” Ohio Governor John Kasich honored DePaul Cristo Rey High School and the two other Ohio Cristo Rey schools with the Governor’s School Innovation Award. DePaul Cristo Rey was recognized,

For the third year in a row DePaul Cristo Rey High School’s senior class has achieved 100 percent college acceptance. Every member of the Class of 2017 has been accepted to at least one college, most have been accepted to multiple schools, and these seniors have already earned $3.8 million

For the second year in a row DePaul Cristo Rey High School in Cincinnati has announced that 100 percent of its senior class has been accepted to college. It’s only February and already DePaul Cristo Rey’s Class of 2016 has hit a milestone – all seniors have been accepted to