|Arrupe Jesuit High School (Denver)|
|Named after:||Fr. Pedro Arrupe, SJ|
|President:||Rev. Steve Planning, SJ|
|Principal:||Michael J. O'Hagan|
|Address & Contact Information|
|Address:||4343 Utica St.|
Arrupe Jesuit High is a Jesuit high school located in the United States in Denver, Colorado. It is located in the Missouri Province of the Society of Jesus and was founded in 2003. Arrupe Jesuit High School is the 47th college preparatory Jesuit High School in the United States and was designed primarily to serve the economically disadvantaged in the city of Denver. Arrupe is modeled after the extremely successful Cristo Rey Jesuit High School (Chicago) located in Chicago. It is named after Pedro Arrupe.
The Cristo Rey Network is a national association of high schools that provide Roman Catholic university preparatory education to urban young people who live in communities with limited educational options. The schools utilize a Corporate Internship Program model to help make private education affordable to students who might not otherwise have access to traditional private schools.
4343 Utica St.; Denver, CO 80212.