Why Choose Christ the King School For Your Family?
Christ the King School exists as a center of learning where individuals' values are recognized and their God given talents and powers are given responsible direction. Our goals are growth in faith, excellence in education, and development of the unique potentials of each student.
The average class size at Christ the King School is 20 students per classroom
In the last four years, 95% of students who graduated from CK achieved Honor Roll status in high school
CK is a STEAM school (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math)
Older students serve as buddies to younger students
All faiths are welcome.
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Keep up-to-date on the latest activities and events happening at Christ the King School!
Always beginning on the last Sunday in January, this year’s National Catholic Schools Week is January 29-February 4, 2017. National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic education in the United States. This year’s theme is “Catholic Schools: Communities of Faith, Knowledge and Service.” Christ the King School students will start the week…Read More
All students at Christ the King have the opportunity to serve their local community. On November 29th, 6th grade students came to school with rakes, scoops, and an abundance of large lawn bags. These Crusaders served our neighborhood families by raking and bagging the leaves that often cover entire lawns every fall.Read More
Coached by parents and teachers, Christ the King’s Girls on the Run (GOTR) completed their 5K run in November. GOTR is an inspirational program for girls 8-13 that creatively combines running with lessons in health, wellness, responsibility, and intentional decision making. Through this program, girls are empowered to make healthy life choices that nurtures their…Read More
A Catholic education not only provides an excellent education in academics, but it is aimed at the formation of an ethical and social awareness. All curriculum and instruction in a Catholic school fosters the desire to seek wisdom and truth, the preference for social justice, the discipline to become self-learners, the capacity to recognize ethical…Read More
At Christ the King School, prayer takes the lead in students’ spiritual development. Each school day begins and ends with a prayer. Students also participate in weekly Mass and pray the Rosary once a month. Daily prayer promotes a personal relationship with God and cultivates a community of faith among students and staff.Read More
Christ the King School has a long history of being ahead of the curve when it comes to science education. For over 50 years, CK teachers have been the recipients of grants specifically geared toward science education. Today, teachers from grades 1 through 8, are actively involved in the STEM Collaborative and the LASER Alliance…Read More
At Christ the King School, we help students connect their Catholic Identity to what they’re learning in science, math, history, and language arts. One way we do this is to provide students with models of grace, to not only learnabout, but from the saints. On November 1st, Christ the King students engaged in a school-wide…Read More
The Sausage Fest is the third largest event in the Tri-Cities! But it is more than a community event, school fundraiser, or 40 year tradition. Long months of planning meetings, weeks of preparations, and 40 hours of non-stop activity, the Sausage Fest is a beautiful reminder of how we serve as witnesses for our children…Read More