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Alumni Support Program

Welcome from the Alumni Support Program

My name is Elsa Campos Gonzalez, better known as Ms. Elsa. I have been at Cristo Rey, Sacramento for over sixteen years in various roles. For the past seven years, I have been in the College Counseling Department as a College Advisor and Health Aider. This year I am excited to be working as the Alumni Advisor. In this role I will offer guidance to our alumni as they transition to college, assist them as they progress toward earning their degrees, and advise on alternative college programs. I will also be collaborating with the personal and college counseling teams to establish and implement the mental, personal, and social well-being of alumni and provide our alumni support and resources that they need to graduate from college. I am very excited to continue serving our youth, our parents, and our community.

Alumni: Keep In Touch! We love to hear from our alumni! And we love to keep you posted on what’s happening at your alma mater. Please help us keep our records up to date with your current address and telephone information. We send numerous mailings throughout the year, invitations to events on campus, and reunion information. Don’t forget to include your class year ( 

Cristo Rey Continues to provide to its alumni through

  • One-on-one advising
  • Help with financial aid/FAFSA/student loans
  • Creating graduation plans
  • Locating campus resources
  • Transferring and reentering school
  • Scholarships

Mission Statement of Cristo Rey Sacramento Alumni Association

The Mission of the Alumni Association is to promote analytical thinking among Cristo Rey High School students, encourage community building relationships through service, promote lifelong learning through love as taught to us by Cristo Rey’s theology courses, to keep interest of the advances in scientific research; to elevate the ethical standards of their own individual morality, help students find their own professions, and to sustain in the public mind the benefit and necessity of education / professional training. 

  • Eliud Marquez, President (Class of 2011) 
  • Daniel Petit, Vice President (Class of 2012) 
  • Diana Vega, Treasurer (Class of 2013) 
  • Jennifer Ruiz, Secretary (Class of 2015)
  • Janeth Angeles Esparaza, Social Chair (Class of 2014)
  • Leo Jacobo, IT & Media Specialist (Class of 2010) 
  • Lupita Molina, Miscellaneous Support (Class of 2016)