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Coronavirus Information

2020-21 School Year Updates

We are currently in a hybrid model of instruction; parents choose if their student(s) will be learning virtually or if they will attend school in-person. All students learning virtually attend school remotely via the internet every day of the week. All students who select in-person instruction attend school in the school building every day of the week. Parents who select for their student(s) to attend school in-person must complete the Commitment Form


Please see the Return to School - Reopening Resource Guide for comprehensive information. All protocols are subject to change depending on CDC guidance, number of students attending school in-person, and coronavirus infection rates. 


Return to School Plan - Reopening Resource Guide - Semester 2


Return to School Plan - Reopening Resource Guide - Semester 1


Please see the latest updates for the 2020-21 school year.

Hybrid Learning Model to Begin message from Principal Harris

2020-21 School Year Announcement

July 11 School Reopening Update

June 27 School Reopening Update

June 12 School Reopening Update



Facilities and Activities

Safety protocols are in effect for all students, faculty, and staff coming into the school building including temperature checks and face coverings. Visitors are not permitted at this time. 


From the Finance Department

MARTA card sales 

MARTA cards will be sold at the front desk on the first day of the week. MARTA cards are $15.40. Cash and check payments are accepted. Exact change is preferred. ed. 


Student and Family Support Available 

If you are a Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School family in need, please email for information and resources. 


State of Georgia COVID-19 Response

The state of Georgia has a new COVID-19 hotline. If you believe that you are experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 or have been exposed to the novel coronavirus, please contact your primary care doctor, an urgent care clinic, or your local federally qualified healthcare center.

Public Hotline (844) 442-2681



COVID-19 Vaccine Information


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

CDC Coronavirus (COVID-19) 


Local Public Health Organizations

Georgia Department of Public Health

Clayton County Board of Health

Cobb and Douglas Public Health 

Fulton County Board of Health

Gwinnett Newton Rockdale County Health Departments


Family Support

The Family Needs Team continues to partner with Catholic Charities Atlanta (CCA) to meet the needs of our families during this time. CCA has a program that helps eligible families find and apply for benefits when needed.


If you are eligible and need assistance applying for SNAP (Food Stamps) benefits please call 404-710-2733 or email


Food Locator

Find food resources for your family using your zip code. 


Atlanta Community Food Bank COVID-19 Response - where to find food

Individuals can text "findfood" for responses in English to 888-976-2232, or "comida" for responses in Spanish to 888-976-2232. 


MUST Ministries

To help the many at-risk students and their families who do not have enough food during the closing of schools due to COVID-19, MUST is coordinating the MUST Food Rapid Response program. Find information on the MUST Ministries website here.  


The Giving Kitchen
The Giving Kitchen will assist families who work in the restaurant industry. For information go here


Additional Resources 

Catholic Charities Atlanta

Catholic Charities Intake/Family Stabilization Line: 770-429-2369


United Way -  211


International Rescue - Eligibility requirements, see below

Eligibility: Refugee or asylum status in the US for less than 5 years, loss of income due to COVID 19 (this must be documented somehow- through a text, letter, etc. that clearly states a cut in hours or lay off due to COVID-19), and be willing to accept a referral to their employment services to receive help in finding additional employment.
Referral process:  Contact Mr. Perez at for additional information and to be referred directly to the organization. 


Affordable Internet Programs


Resources for Low-Income & Immigrant Atlanta/Metro-Atlanta Residents


Mental Health and Crisis Resources


Support our families who are affected by the COVID-19 Crisis

In these challenging times, we are better together.








Many of our supporters have asked how they can help Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit High School during the COVID-19 (coronavirus) crisis.  The most immediate need is for our school families who are struggling.  Kindly consider making a gift to the newly established Cristo Rey Atlanta Jesuit Family Fund so that we may help school families through this crisis.  Providing families with temporary financial relief to meet their rent, grocery, and utility bills will help ensure that our students remain committed to their studies and will provide much-needed security in these unstable times.


Press and Media 

Cristo Rey Makes Successful Jump to Online Learning - Atlanta Daily World  


Coronavirus Fears Stall Eviction Cases in Fulton County  90.1FM