William Ford III, the incoming president of Cristo Rey Brooklyn High School, says he doesn’t feel the weight of family history as he settles into his new role; instead, he insists, he just feels “really blessed.”
One of the best feelings ever, which many older students can attest to, is when it’s finally the end of the semester. After spending a semester studying and working hard to excel in academics and extracurriculars, they look forward to unwinding and celebrating with their classmates.
The Cristo Rey Brooklyn track team has had to adjust to the new normal brought about by COVID-19.
For the second straight year, Brian Long has been inducted as the President of the Cathedral Club of Brooklyn, a lay organization of the Brooklyn Diocese that promotes the interests of the Church.
A Catholic high school in East Flatbush that serves students from low-income families − celebrated its 10th anniversary on May 23 with a dinner at Cipriani Wall Street, where the school honored Robert Catell, a former chairman and CEO of KeySpan who’s now chairman of Cristo Rey’s board of directors.