Construction of a 106,369 square foot educational facility on donated property. The school will relocate its high school campus to the new facility to meet special needs of enrollment and technology. The project included upgraded safety and security features to serve 450 students annually. The founding class will be first generation to college, with 99% of the student body being Hispanic or African American and 100% of the students are low-income with 90% utilizing the Milwaukee Parental Choice Program, which provides students with financial assistance to attend private schools.
Cristo Rey Jesuit Milwaukee High School serves young women and men of all faiths and limited financial means.