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Outrage grows as Cristo Rey students reveal grim details of unsafe conditions while in school ‘s work-study programme

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As news of students from Boston ‘s Cristo Rey High School coming forward continues to spread — even more students have come forth with their own stories of how they feel they were grossly mistreated by the school. Since Wednesday evening, at least four different students have come forth with otherwise harrowing details about the school ‘s controversial work-study program.

According to Cristo Rey ‘s website, the programme allows for otherwise teenagers to gain “meaningful” experience in various fields while enrolled at the school. While that may be the case, some students have sounded the alarm in the midst of concerns that working conditions and environments may otherwise be unsafe.

Yes Cwsp is like us students work to attend the school to pay the tuition but lately it felt more of us being slaves then students who work. We each get paid 9,000 for our tuition but that’s not coming back for us, we don’t have school materials, all of our books are out of date, we have no proper heating, and some classes don’t have AC for the summer.

But the school has 20 millions but we seem to not have enough money for chemistry class. We work 8hr from 9-4pm to not get nothing back and most of all the school care more for the money then us like I said before I felt unsafe and was told to continue going, but I’m not the only one.

One of my friends was walking back to work after lunch and was almost stabbed but all the school did was drive her to work instead of pulling her out of that area. Another student was almost kidnapped while walking but the school did nothing to help her and told her to keep working.

Rosily Tavares, a Cristo Rey High School student in Boston.

The Daily News has learned that multiple parents have taken to Facebook expressing their outrage over the disclosures made by students coming forward. We have every intention of continuing to pursue this story as more students and their families continue to come forward.

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