PARENT PORTAL: RED AND YELLOW MODE INFORMATION
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This form is kept in our front office to be used during an emergency where we cannot access PowerSchool.
Free and Reduced Meals Form
This form should be filled out by every student every year, regardless of whether you believe your student would qualify.
Parent/Guardian Counseling Referral Form
This form is for parents/guardians to refer students to the counseling team if they are in need of support.
Students need both forms completed for a job outside of their work for Professional Work-Study Partner postion.
Download Application For Minor Work Permit
Download Physician’s Certificate For Minor Work Permit
Ed Choice Forms
Download the Scholarship Program Request Form – English
Download the Scholarship Program Request Form – Spanish
Download the Scholarship Program Renewal Form – English
Download the Scholarship Program Renewal Form – Spanish
Download the Scholarship Program Income Verification Form – English
Download the Scholarship Program Income Verification Form – Spanish
Professional Work-Study Program 2020-2021 Registration Packet
As we draw closer to the end of the school year, the Cristo Rey Columbus High School Professional Work-Study Program (PWSP) will be requesting feedback from students about their work experience, including their workplace preferences for next year. Although the PWSP cannot honor every request from students, we look forward to using student feedback in the course of our decision-making process as we place over 400 Cristo Rey students in our partner organizations for the 2020-2021 school year. With our Business Partners joining us for our eighth year as a program, we are excited to share that Cristo Rey students now have great opportunities to hone their professional skills while earning a significant portion of the cost of their Catholic, college-preparatory high school education.
In order to begin this placement process and plan for next year, we need some updated information from you. Please complete the following enclosed forms and return them to Cristo Rey Columbus High School on or before Wednesday, July 1:
1. Minor Wage Agreement
2. End-of-Year Agreement
3. Physician’s Certificate (Note: Students must receive a physical before the start of the next school year in order to be eligible to work for the 2020-2021 school year. Additional details can be found here.)
4. Emergency Contact Form
Completed paperwork can be returned in one of three ways:
1. In-person drop-off: Please use drop-slot in the main office door if not open.
2. Mail to: Cristo Rey Columbus High School
Attn: Sarah Solarte
400 E. Town Street
Columbus, OH 43215
3. Scan and email to mainoffice@cristoreycolumbus.
If you have any questions, please contact the Work-Study office at (614) 223-9261. Thank you for your attention to this important registration paperwork.
Due to issues realed to Covid-19, details for the graduation ceremony and events for the Class of 2020 are pending. Requirements and details coming soon.
Mental health and wellness practices are taught and encouraged throughout the school community. Our counseling and social services support offered to all students is coordinated through our grade level counselors: Ms. Michelle Gabriel (Grade 12), Mrs. Jacci Graham (Grade 11), Mr. Karl Rose (Grade 10) and Ms. Nora O’Donnell (Grade 9). Students are encouraged to schedule individual meetings with their counselor and/or take advantage of the various group opportunities that occur throughout the school year. Students and families needing more intensive services will be referred to outside service providers with whom our counselors collaborate to accommodate and reinforce those services at school.
Outside of school hours, students and families are encouraged to use the following hotlines:
- Crisis Text Line: Text “HOPE” to 741-741
- National Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-TALK (8255)
- Franklin County Suicide Prevention Hotline: 614-221-5445
- Nationwide Children’s Hospital Crisis Line: 614-722-1800 (for youth and adolescents ages 17 and under)
During a life-threatening mental health crisis, immediately call 9-1-1 or visit the nearest emergency room.
Teachers: Click here for the referral form.
For a complete list of school hours, bell schedules and mass schedules, visit our Schedules page.
Our Student Course Book details required courses for all four grade levels and describes what students will learn and accomplish in each course.
Our Student Handbook outlines, in detail, our policies, rules, and expectations of our students, staff, and overall Cristo Rey Columbus community.
Contact Director of Student Support Binh Huynh to be connected to a tutor, who could help you during or after school. Contact Mr. Huynh by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 614-223-9261.
School Belles Uniforms can provide all of your uniform needs. Click here to be directed to their website.
To order the yearbook for the current school year online, please click the link below. Enter school order number 13959 or school name Cristo Rey Columbus. You will be able to pick it up at school after it is delivered in the Fall. For more information, please contact Susan Gilmore at email@example.com.
Frequently Asked Questions
I need to contact my student's teacher.
The best way to contact your student’s teacher is via email. For a directory of instructors click here.
How can my child become part of the Cristo Rey Columbus tradition?
Please contact the Admissions Office at 614.223.9261 X 008.
I have a question regarding discipline at Cristo Rey Columbus.
For questions regarding discipline issues contact our Assistant Principal of Student Affairs, Mrs. Shelby Fischer at SFischer@cristoreycolumbus.org or at 614.223.9261 X 014.
Where do I get uniforms for my student?
School Belles is the provider of everything your student needs. Click here to be directed to their website.
VIEW THE WELLNESS POLICY
PARENTS AND FAMILIES TOGETHER (PFTO)