Cristo Rey's halls were filled with our newest Lions participating in our Puente orientation program last month. All freshmen and transfer sophomores spent two weeks in July preparing for life at Cristo Rey. They took introductory math and English classes to brush up on the basics and get them caught up for the fall. Students also took Freshman Seminar, a non-academic class with the goal of acclimating our students to CRNYHS and our expectations.
Lions participated in CWSP training as well, learning essential skills for the workplace. Most importantly, they started to get to know each other. Puente concluded with a festive field day on Randall's Island, complete with games, competitions, and tie dye!
Our Lions have been keeping busy this summer, participating in a wide variety of both in-person and virtual summer programs all around the country.
Itzel ‘23, for example, participated in two virtual summer programs this year - one at King's College taking a variety of classes, and one at Boston University centered on journalism. Javier ‘22 traveled all over the American West with Trip of a Lifetime, visiting Utah, Nevada, Arizona, and many other destinations. Lucero ‘24 spent her summer in a virtual architecture program at the Catholic University of America, learning how to sketch, build concept models, and a wide variety of other techniques.
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