Who are we?
Since opening its doors in 1957, Christ the King school has challenged students to work toward their full potential. Therefore, teachers and parents work together to provide a trusting and disciplined environment focused on academic excellence, character, and faith development.
Christ the King School’s curriculum provides an academic program of excellence firmly rooted in the teachings of the Catholic Christian faith. Accordingly, the school offers a challenging curriculum that is both diocesan and state approved. These courses range from emergent literacy in Pre-AP & AP classes in high school, as well as dual credit classes. As a result, our curriculum consists of:
In view of that, we provide facilities that include three computer labs each with Internet capabilities. For more detailed curriculum for your child’s grade level, please call the school 795-8283.
Christ the King School teaches Judeo-Christian values in the Catholic tradition. We strive to apply all aspects of our faith into the everyday routine of our children’s lives. We do so by combining the Bible, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, approved catechetical materials, and a variety of prayer services. Thus, helping our children on their path to developing a personal relationship with Christ through the Church and greater Christian community. Every day begins with prayer. Our school provides daily religious instruction, sacramental preparation, and liturgical celebration. Notably, respect and appreciation for other religious beliefs are essential to our efforts, therefore, non-Catholics are welcomed.
Extended School Day Program
Our school provides an extended school day program (after school care) for our working parents. Conveniently the CTK Early Childhood Development Center operates the Living & Learning Program (LLP) Monday through Friday from 3:15 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.
The Science Fair is an academic requirement for every student in grades 4-12. All CTK School science fair winners compete in the South Plains Regional Science & Engineering Fair at Texas Tech University. Many often place at the Regional Fair and advance to the Texas State Science & Engineering Fair.