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Christ the King Catholic School has been educating children in Northwest Detroit and the surrounding community since 1938.


Our Mission

At Christ the King School, we strive to love God, to serve our community, and to pursue academic excellence in the name of Jesus Christ.


Who We Are

We are Ready:

  • Our students get individual attention; we maintain a student-teacher ratio of 20:1.

  • 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.

  • Students participate in the Mass and other prayer services on a regular basis.


We are Respectful: 

  • Students and teachers are trained in Restorative Practices to solve conflicts and restore relationships.

  • 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.

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