Detroit’s Cristo Rey High School Triumphs with 100 Percent Graduates Accepted Into College
WXYZ reported some great news for a high school that is doing their business right!
On Sunday 46 seniors will graduate from Cristo Rey High School in Detroit, and they will make history.
They are members of the first freshman class ever to start at the school, which opened in 2009.
“We’ll be able to be proud of what we accomplished,” said Osmara Zarate.
“It makes me want to do my best,” said Marisa Shivers.
The two soon to be graduates are looking forward to college next fall, and they aren’t alone in their plans for higher education.
“One hundred percent of the seniors are graduating and have been accepted into college,” said school President Mike Khoury.