Detroit Cristo Rey High School

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COVID-19 Response and Info: DCRHS continues to monitor updates from the Center for Disease Control and local public health agencies.  Our building is open, by appointment.  The 2020-21 school year will begin with 100% remote learning for all students.  This will continue to be assessed and we will return to on-site as soon as it is deemed safe to do so. We will keep you informed as plans change.     If you have any questions or concerns about Distance Learning please contact our Principal, Kevin Cumming, at     We will continue to provide a food service program for all students.  A hot lunch and cold breakfast can be picked up daily, M-F, from 11:30am-1pm.  Please contact Ms. Amber Powell, Food Service Manager, with any questions at  Prospective families - we are now accepting applications for the 2021-2022 school year! Please go to Admissions page "How-to-Apply" to learn about our admissions process.  Thank you for your patience and collaboration during these uncertain times. Stay safe and healthy!

Campus Ministry


Our Campus Ministry provides students with a unique opportunity to shape their ambitions in the context of their faith and to apply their beliefs to their daily life. Cristo Rey students have a variety of faith backgrounds and we encourage them to a deeper understanding and a broader expression of whatever faith they profess. 

Students complete over 40 hours of community service in big or small ways over the course of their four years at Detroit Cristo Rey.  Masses are celebrated on Holy Days of Obligation, as well as the Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, to celebrate the IHM Sisters, and the Feast of Christ the King as patron of the school.  Once a year, the students attend an off-site retreat focusing on a different aspect of spiritual life.  Underclassmen go on day trips while seniors attend an overnight retreat.  In addition, Reconciliation and Penance services are available to all students during the year, especially during Advent and Lent. 

These experiences highlight our school’s unique effort to help young people reach their full human potential, and work for justice in their communities.

For more information, contact Luke Miller, Campus Minister, at 313.843.2747 x206 or


For the Online Service Hour Form-  Click Here-