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Letter From Our Principal

Welcome to Christ the King Catholic School, Where Everybody is Somebody and All Live for God. I invite you to explore the website so that you can learn more about the school and the wonderful Christ the King community. There are many benefits to attending a Christ centered academic institution, where the goal is to partner with parents to prepare children for the future.

The Christ the King School environment is both nurturing and supportive. Thanks to a committed faculty, staff, and administrative team, along with dedicated parents, students are guided through a positive academic and faith filled educational journey. From our youngest three-year-old students, to the teens who graduate from CK, crucial skills such as communication, creativity, collaboration, and critical thinking are emphasized and developed throughout their time at this school. Our teachers take great care to craft hands-on, experiential, and engaging lessons that prepare students both academically and spiritually. As future leaders, these unique learning experiences will guide students to lead with both mind and heart.

Christ the King students are challenged to reach their full academic potential in all curricular areas. Students are encouraged to ask questions, explore, research, and collaborate with their peers with the goal of arriving at meaningful conclusions and expanding their perspectives. We also offer a variety of curricular content and enrichment such as music, drama, band, Spanish, physical education, library studies, computer science and art. We believe in the importance of educating the whole child and we strive to provide a well-rounded curriculum that meets the needs and interests of every student at our school.

I invite you to visit our school and experience our community. We’re committed to partnering with parents to help foster strong roots in the Catholic faith and provide meaningful academic experiences for children who are prepared for the 21st Century.


Jenny Richard, PHD
Christ the King School Principal

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