Christ the King Catholic School

HISTORY

HISTORY

 In 1986...

Christ the King School opened with 200 students.

There were two classes of Kindergarten through 3rd grade, one 4th grade class and a combined 5th and 6th grade class.

The faculty consisted of 10 teachers, a librarian, a secretary and a principal.

The original building consisted of 11 classrooms, a media center, an administrative area and a teacher work area.

 

 In 1987...

An art room, computer lab, and 12 more classrooms were added to the unfinished upstairs portion of the original building.

 In 1989...

A Jr. High wing was added. It consisted of 6 classrooms, a fully-equipped science lab, a computer center an assistant principal's office and a conference room.

 In 1994...

A state-of-the-art gymnasium complex was completed.

 In 1998...

The 2nd floor of the gymnasium was restructured and now serves as a large art room.  Also in 1998, the library was expanded to twice is original size.

 In 2004...

Christ the King purchased the Ministries Building in 2004. The building now houses our Pre-Kindergarten, Eckert Center, meeting rooms and multiple administrative offices.

 In 2014...

A state-of-the-art Safe Room that holds over 820 people was constructed. 

New administrative offices were added. The former office area was reconstructed to a Spanish classroom and Learning Assistance Center.