Loyola School Volunteers Welcomed in Salitre, Costa Rica

The seven days I spent in Salitre, Costa Rica with the Bribri community and Courts for Kids were full of memorable connections and life-changing experiences. Going into the trip, our primary goal was to build a multipurpose sports court with the help of Peace Corps volunteers and locals. However, I felt that we accomplished so […]

A Memorable Project for Families in Praek Barang, Cambodia

The blog below was written by Romly Kao, an exceptional Cambodian student who worked with us on our recent court project.  This is the first time we have had a host-country national student write a trip blog.  Please excuse any grammar, spelling or translation mistakes.  He wrote the blog in English, his second language. សូមចុចទីនេះសម្រាប់ភាសាខ្មែរ […]

Cristo Rey Students Build in Torbellino, Mexico

During my summer experience I went to Torbellino, Mexico to help build a basketball court. I went with seven adults, and twenty-one other students. Eleven students were from Cristo Rey Brooklyn, and ten of them were from our sister school, Cristo Rey Dallas. It was a pleasure getting to know and work with them. In […]

Student Work and Adventures in Rincon Hondo, Panama

Arriving at the airport was one of the most nerve-racking experiences I have had in recent years. I may be in my early thirties, but when I was in high school, I was pretty confident adults didn’t feel these kinds of nerves? That goes away, right? Nope. The thought of chaperoning 23 high schoolers I […]