As members of Christ the King Catholic School, we will revere Christ, respect others, and educate hearts, minds, and spirits to become future servant leaders.
- White: 76%
- Hispanic: 13%
- Asian: 1%
- Native American: 1%
- Two or more races: 9%
Christ the King Catholic School is an elementary school in the Diocese of Dallas, Texas. Fostering a strong sense of community infused with faith, Christ the King cultivates student growth academically, spiritually, socially, and emotionally. Award winning faculty are called to their vocation and serve the students and families through a lens of care and compassion. The mission is aimed to provide rigorous academic experiences that promote servant leadership. By preparing students for the future, they are empowered with critical thinking, creativity, curiosity, and communication. Collaboration with universities, non-profits, community businesses, and local schools allow our students to engage in experiential learning centered on high level thinking skills and service opportunities. Students are encouraged to try new things, build relationships, and serve one another.
Each student's needs are met utilizing educational best practices through differentiated instruction, data analysis, and vertical and horizontal alignment. Administrators and teachers work together to implement the most up-to-date resources reflective of student needs. Technology is integrated throughout the campus to support teacher instruction, and the facility is updated based on the most current research to promote students' love of learning. Parents are actively involved in the school community. The strong partnership with families promotes a synergy that directly supports student growth and well-being.
Christ the King develops well-rounded students through academics, fine arts, athletics, and faith. The school educates the whole student - heart, mind, and spirit, as evidenced by exemplary nationally normed standardized assessment scores, athletic championships, and fine arts recognitions.