2016 Grads




Cristo Rey Kansas City offers a comprehensive college planning experience for our students. Seminar classes meet twice weekly and is a graded course calculated into the student grade point average (GPA). 

Sophomore Seminar - Year Long – Half Credit
This required sophomore course focuses on linking learning abilities, values, goals, personal interests, strengths, and weaknesses to the research of future careers and how that connects to choosing the right college and academic major. Sophomores also explore positive study habits, work ethic, and organizational skills to become successful students and future employees.

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Junior Seminar - Year Long – Half Credit
Required for juniors, this task-oriented course focuses on deepening student understanding of the college application process and producing the items associated with it, exploring potential college options based upon high school academic profile, and identifying different methods of financing a college education. Juniors must take a practice ACT, create a resume, write a college essay, and take the April ACT in order to pass the class.

Senior Seminar - Year Long – Half Credit
Senior Seminar is a required course, offering a hands-on environment directly correlated to the tasks of the college search and selection process, including applications for admission and scholarships, standardized test preparation, financial aid, and decision making, as well as expectations for college life and beyond.

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CRKC Scholarship Opportunities Website: http://scholarshipscrkc.weebly.com/