Eligibility for Admissions

Academics

  • Good discipline and attendance record

  • Motivation and Maturity – Studying AND working as a high school student is not easy. Students should show the maturity and motivation to be able to handle both aspects of our curriculum.

  • Openness to religious values – Our Catholic faith guides our curriculum and practices. While it is not a requirement to be Catholic to attend, students should be open to a faith-based education.

  • Cristo Rey Research Triangle does not provide Special Education services but attempts to accommodate a student’s developmental, academic, social, emotional, and behavioral needs in the classroom to the best of our abilities. While we welcome students with a variety of learning differences, disabilities, and 504’s/IEPs, we offer limited accommodations to support emotional and academic success. All student files are reviewed by the Admissions Committee to determine if we have the capacity to serve the student.

Corporate Work Study Employability

1. Students must be at least 14 years old on or before August 1, 2021.

2. Students must commit to work five full days a month.

3. Students must be legally authorized to work in the United States.

Income and Family

  • Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School serves students and families of limited economic means.

  • Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School exists for families who value a high-quality private, Catholic education, who could not otherwise afford this opportunity. Cristo Rey Research Triangle is open to students and families of all faith.

  • For household sizes larger than 8 or if you are unsure if your family falls in the right income level, please contact the Admissions Office at 984-999-2142 to learn more.

Cost of tuition breakdown:

  • Family Contributions average $70/monthly because of our unique model.

  • Corporate work study program will cover 50% of tuition

  • Opportunity Scholarship Revenue is available to most qualifying students based on the income standards regulated by the state of North Carolina. On average families receive $4,200 per student.

  • Institutional/Development will cover the remainder of the tuition.


Household Size Maximum Annual

Household Income

2 $43,100

3 $54,300

4 $65,500

5 $76,700

6 $87,900

7 $99,100

8 $110,300