Welcome to Christ the King School!
We are so glad that you have visited our website to learn more about our school! We welcome you to visit us at any time. We are very proud of our school!
Christ the King School opened its doors in 1955, with four Benedictine sisters teaching 138 students. Christ the King’s enrollment is approximately 130 students today, with each grade (K-6) having one section. Christ the King currently has nearly 30 students in the preschool program. Our school hours are from 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.
Christ the King has very committed teachers. Longevity of the faculty is something we’re proud of. Our faith community thrives throughout the day as we begin and end each day in prayer.
If you would like to learn more about our school or would like a tour, please contact Principal, Julie Kolbeck at 338-5103, email@example.com or Jenni Struck, SFCS Admissions Coordinator at 575-3358, firstname.lastname@example.org
Christ the King Parish
Every Thursday starting with 1 decade of the Rosary at 8:25 followed by Mass beginning at 8:30
Parent involvement is a key component in the success of each student.
Parents may become involved at Christ the King in numerous activities during the school year. Opportunities include helping in the classroom, lunch room, library, or computer room, driving for field trips, or assisting the office personnel.
Parents of Christ the King students can participate in the School Family Organization (SFO), Advisory Board and other committees.
There are various activities which occur throughout the school year. Look below and find one in which to become more involved.
- Back-to-School Picnic: Every fall students, teachers, staff and parents gather before school starts to enjoy food and get acquainted.
- Welcoming Committee: This group contacts the new members to the Christ the King School community and helps them make a smooth transition.
- Walk-a-thon: Our annual walk-athon is held in September. We need lots of volunteers. Come walk with us for fun and fundraising.
- Family Bingo: This is a time for school families and parish members to gather, play bingo and enjoy an inexpensive meal.