- Private, Catholic, All-Boys
- ENCINO, CA
COVID-19 Update for Prospective Students and Families:
Crespi High School is back for live classrooms. We are prepared for multiple situations to be able to create a safe and healthy environment. Being on a one-to-one MacBook Air program allows for a strong distance learning program if necessary. Learn More
- Academicsgrade A
- Diversitygrade A
- Teachersgrade B+
- College Prepgrade A
- Clubs & Activitiesgrade A+
- Sportsgrade A+
To build men of character and faith unified in brotherhood and formed through a contemporary, Catholic, college preparatory education in the Carmelite tradition of prayer, community, and service.
Crespi Carmelite’s vision is to be a dynamic learning community where tradition and innovation prepare Crespi Men for success in all facets of life.
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The Crespi Man
The Crespi Man is... Moral and Spiritual A Lifelong Learner Productive and Mature To build men of character and faith unified in brotherhood and formed through a contemporary, Catholic, college preparatory education in the Carmelite tradition of prayer, community, and service.
Culture & Safety
- Impact week33%
- Football and basketball games22%
- Spirit Week22%
- Zelo Weekend11%
- Pep rallies6%
- Student Council and Mock Trial6%
Clubs & Activities
Living in the Area
- Cost of Livinggrade D
- Good for Familiesgrade B
- Housinggrade D
Crespi Carmelite High School Reviews
My freshman year I took Honors Biology & Grammer Composition 1, French 1, Alegbar 1, Computer Science, Religion & Strenght and Conditioning finishing with a 3.714 gpa.
I competed on the junior varsity Lacrosse team as a middie with limited play time. Works outs were 6 - 8 am M-F & Saturday 10-noon. Games were scheduled Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays or Saturdays during the Spring semesters. League play & non league play totaled 17 games.
My sophomore year I took AP World History, Honors Chemistry, English & French, Geometry 2, Theory of Media Arts & Religion finishing with a 3.571 gpa.
Another year of junior Varsity Lacrosse, again with limited play time.
Currently a junior taking 2 AP & 2 Honors courses.