The Loyola School
The first kindergarten of The Loyola School, the LELC’s new name, will begin classes Sept. 7 with 10 to 12 students who are graduating as LELC pre-K students on Aug. 19. Non-LELC students are also welcome to apply. As the kindergartners progress, the school will add one new elementary grade level each fall until 2025, when the school will reach its target enrollment of 20 children at each preschool level and 28 in each of grades K through 4.
Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School
Founded in 2021, the mission of Cristo Rey Research Triangle High School is to deliver a career focused, college preparatory education in the Catholic tradition for students with limited economic resources. They do this by uniquely integrating rigorous academic curricula with four years of professional work experience and support to and through college. They partner with educators, business, and communities to enable students to fulfill their aspirations for a lifetime of success.
How Sacred Heart Center Helps People Navigate the U.S. Immigration System
“To have papers in this country is extremely hard — or impossible,” says Gustavo Angeles. In his work at the Jesuit ministry Sacred Heart Center in Richmond, Virginia, he meets dozens of people living without documentation — often because they don’t know how to navigate the U.S. immigration system.