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Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School founding students Donald Banks, 18 (L) and Andrew Almaraz, 17 prepare to celebrate the school's First Commencement Exercises on Saturday, June 9th 2012. The institution is a beacon of hope amid one of the city's most impoverished neighborhoods, bucking low graduation rate trends with a 100% graduation and college acceptance rate. Brian J. Morowczynski~ViaPhotos..For use in a single edition of Catholic New World Publications, Archdiocese of Chicago. Further use and/or distribution may be negotiated separately. ..Contact ViaPhotos at 708-602-0449 or email brian@viaphotos.com.

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Christ the King Jesuit College Preparatory School founding students Donald Banks, 18 (L) and Andrew Almaraz, 17 prepare to celebrate the school's First Commencement Exercises on Saturday, June 9th 2012. The institution is a beacon of hope amid one of the city's most impoverished neighborhoods, bucking low graduation rate trends with a 100% graduation and college acceptance rate. Brian J. Morowczynski~ViaPhotos..For use in a single edition of Catholic New World Publications, Archdiocese of Chicago. Further use and/or distribution may be negotiated separately. ..Contact ViaPhotos at 708-602-0449 or email brian@viaphotos.com.