We are Ready:
· Christ the King has been educating children in Northwest Detroit and the surrounding community since 1938.
· Our student-teacher ratio is 14:1.
· Students are taught by dedicated, highly qualified professional educators.
· We are accredited through the Michigan Non-Public Schools Accreditation Association and are actively involved in the Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools.
· We offer numerous opportunities for parent involvement through our Christ the King Parent-Teacher Guild.
We are Responsible:
· Licensed before and after-school care are provided through Little Scholars of Detroit on our campus.
· Students have access to technology and use technology throughout their activities.
· Students demonstrate their public speaking ability through participation in the annual Declamation Contest.
· We provide additional support for our students through Title I services and our partnership with the St. Vincent and Sarah Fisher Center.
· We make summer school available for students who are interested in attending.
· We offer free and reduced lunch for students who qualify.
We are Reflective:
· Students engage in the core academic subjects as well as art, music, computers, library, physical education, Spanish, and Italian.
· Christ the King Student Ministry Council engages in various outreach programs in our community.
· We celebrate our faith through our annual Christmas concert and various retreats for students of all ages.
· We study the world around us and participate in various Black History Month activities, including the Black History Wax Museum.
· We promote the shared Gospel message that all of our faiths share on a regular basis.
· We provide field trips for students across various aspects of the curriculum.
· We are supported by a loving parish community.
We are Respectful:
· Students and teachers are trained in Restorative Practices and Peer Mediation to solve conflicts and restore relationships.
· Students participate in the Mass and other prayer services on a regular basis.
· We teach respect for ourselves and others through participating in Red Ribbon Week to educate students about the importance of being drug free and bully free.
· Our middle school students partner with other Catholic school middle school students in the City of Detroit for Leadership Camp, retreats, and other activities.
· We encourage students to be involved in scouting, soccer, and other sports activities while maintaining a strong academic foundation.–