Grades: K - 9 | 425 students
At Christ the King School, we share a common understanding with our parents that in each young person there is the potential for great academic accomplishment, boundless creativity and spiritual fulfillment. Administration and faculty are committed to providing world–class learning opportunities for their students. The mission of Christ the King School has as its primary goal the continuous formation of the Christian person. It aims at the individual's spiritual, moral, intellectual, social, cultural, and physical development. As an education ministry, Christ the King School must respond to the needs of the whole person with qualitative and effective experiences for learning. Christ the King School has been named as a "Blue Ribbon School" by the U.S. Department of Education, a school recognition and improvement program. This fourteen–year–old program identifies and awards national recognition to a diverse group of public and private schools that are unusually effective in meeting local, state, and national goals. The characteristics which singled out Christ the King School as a leader among schools include strong leadership; a clear vision and sense of mission shared by all connected with the school; high–quality teaching; appropriate, up–to–date curriculum; policies and practices that ensure a safe environment conducive to learning; strong parental interest and involvement; and evidence that the school helps all students achieve, no matter what their ability level. Such a mix of high standards, family involvement, and an emphasis on achievement by the students, faculty, and school leadership continues to be a top priority as we prepare our students to become our leaders in the 21st century.