Manuel Iris, Ph.D., teacher and coordinator of Hispanic outreach at DePaul Cristo Rey, has become one of the youngest poets ever to win the Rudolfo Figueroa Poetry Award, a national honor in Mexico.
DPCR's chief storyteller, President Sister Jeanne Bessette, shares the story of transformation that takes place every day and the real lessons learned by the students of DPCR.
In the spirit of service of the school namesake, St. Vincent de Paul, all DPCR faculty and staff spent a recent professional in-service day serving in eight nonprofit organizations around Greater Cincinnati.
A one-of-a-kind work program, diverse student body, amazing teachers, a network of national university partners - hear about these and DPCR's other unique attributes in our new video.
More than 50 students have been honored for "consistently exceeding expectations" in their Corporate Work Study Program jobs during the first quarter.
The largest number and percentage of students in DPCR's short history have received Honor Roll recognition.
DPCR's 2013-14 Annual Report/Fall Newsletter is now online.
DePaul Cristo Rey High School has honored four individuals and organizations as its first Igniters of Change for helping to set hearts on fire for the school through their exceptional contributions of service and support.