Christ the King Roman Catholic School's Full Profile
Christ the King Roman Catholic School says
Christ The King Roman Catholic School (CK) provides a comprehensive PreKindergarten through 8th grade, faith-based academic program that is accredited by the North Central Association. The Kindergarten through eighth grade academic program is one that provides a wide variety of activities designed to help children grow and develop the skills necessary for creative expression (computer science, fine art, music, and physical education offered weekly in grades K-8) critical thinking, language development (including Spanish offered daily in grades K-8), mathematics, reading, and writing. Complementing the K-8 program is a Pre-Kindergarten that meets the developmental and academic needs of the youngest children through a balanced and nurturing curriculum. The program is designed to promote emotional, physical, social, and spiritual growth, as well as prepare the students for an enriched and successful Kindergarten experience.
The rigorous curriculum is developed by the Archdiocese of Denver Office of Catholic Schools. Core subjects (religion, math, science, language arts and social studies) is complemented by five specials areas: Spanish, computer, art, music and physical education.
Guided by the Gospel and our Catholic faith, the mission of Christ the King Roman Catholic School is to develop servant leaders who are compassionate, self-motivated critical thinkers and who possess a desire for life-long academic achievement and civic responsibility. The community of Christ the King is dedicated to forming the whole child to know, to love and to serve.
- Tours can be scheduled throughout the year by appointment.
- Several Open Houses are scheduled throughout the school year.
- Registration begins for preschool (3 YO) and prekindergarten (4 YO) in January of the previous year.
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Student Teacher Ratio
9 : 1
54% Male / 46% Female
Percentage of Student Body
Black or African American
American Indian or Alaska Native
Christ the King offers many extracurricular activities including, but not limited to: participation in sports through the Catholic Schools Athletic League. These include cross country, basketball and volleyball; participation in Archdiocesan-sponsored events like spelling bee, junior high speech meets, art show and Academic Decathlon. The school sponsors other activities such as: Girl and Boy Scouts, National Junior Honor Society, Student Council, and a number of after-school enrichment classes.