Donate by mail: checks payable to Christ the King School
16800 Trinity Ave, Detroit, MI 48219
Donate to support tuition expenses for our students.
All families are offered a sliding-scale tuition rate based on their individual circumstances and ability to pay. Your contribution makes this possible by offsetting the remaining cost of a student’s education.
Father Clore Legacy Fund
Victor Clore was ordained in the archdiocese of Detroit in 1966 and was assigned as pastor of Christ the King Parish in 1980.
In his 40+ years with the parish, he has overseen our many ministries and our parish school as they undergo changes and adapt to better serve our neighborhood. His commitment to the sustainability of our ministries and the immediate needs of our community has remained constant in all this time.
In honor of Fr. Clore, the Legacy Fund is focused on the future of the school long term – in maintaining our facilities and supporting our faculty with all the tools they need to succeed. Our vision includes a long life for this school community where we may continue to love God, to serve our community, and to pursue academic excellence in the name of Jesus Christ.
Donate today and leave a note with a Fr. Clore memory!
(Notes and messages will be shared with Fr. Clore and may be published anonymously on the CK website)
Christ the King school opened on September 12, 1938, but the classrooms were not finished. Classes met in the four corners of the gymnasium. In the years since, we have added on new wings and seen thousands of students pass through our halls, striving to meet the needs and nurture the abilities of each one.
In the 2018-2019 school year, we celebrated 80 years of our school teaching and learning in Northwest Detroit. Donate to our capital campaign to support the various needs of school maintenance and education expenses as we ensure that this legacy continues.
Margaret Pic-Kell Award
Mrs. Margaret Pic-Kell was a teacher and principal at Christ the King School from 1973 until her death in 1999. Her hard work, dedication to her students, and passion for providing high-quality education made a difference at Christ the King School and in the CK community.
It is in this spirit of her memory that this fund was created. The fund awards grants to current Christ the King students who are entering grades 2-8 and model leadership, citizenship, service to others, and academic excellence.
We appreciate your support in keeping Mrs. Pic-Kell’s legacy alive at Christ the King.