Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School and Corporate Work Study Program is a unique partnership between the Archdiocese of Washington, the Salesians of Don Bosco and the Cristo Rey Network of Schools. Students come to Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School because they dream of going to college and deserve a great educational opportunity, despite having limited financial resources.
DBCR: The School That Works!
A high school in the Archdiocese of Washington, Don Bosco Cristo Rey High School (one of 38 high schools in the Cristo Rey Network) was designed for students in the greater Washington area who dream of going to college but have very limited financial resources. In the tradition of the Salesians of Don Bosco, DBCR emphasizes the importance of Faith, Family, Future, and Fun in education.
“Emily Rodriquez was one of our first Don Bosco students. She was so fabulous that we’ve hired her during the summer while she was in high school. After graduating, I kept in touch with her while she was in college. I am proud to say that the firm hired Emily in February as my Records and Information Governance Analyst. I interviewed four other candidates and hands down Emily was the best selection. Thank you!”
“I have enjoyed working with Yael these past four years. He has been a great asset to the AHLA team. We are happy to have played a huge part in his professional growth. Yael is a wonderful, hardworking and bright young man and such a good role model to his peers. I wish him much success and happiness. I will truly miss him.”