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A Crown Affair 2020

Parents, volunteers, friends - you can help our major fundraising effort for the year by seeking donations from businesses and individuals who would like to help CKS and gain some great exposure to the CKS Community.

Click this link to download the Auction Donation form and bring that and your donated items to the school office. Thanks for helping us grow our school!


Mother/Son, Father/Daughter Dances

Girl Scout Troop #449 is excited to once again host the Mother/Son and Father/Daughter Dances to our community! Please be aware that our originally schedule dates had to be changed and dances will now be held on Friday, Jan. 31 and Sat. Feb. 1, both 6:30-8:30 pm. Fees are $25 per family, per night. We offer corsages and boutonnieres as a special touch for the child and parent, too!

All details are in the invitation linked below and in a flyer going home in "Friday Folders."  This is a quick turn around, so please have all of your invites and floral orders in by Jan. 27 in order for us to plan food and flowers accordingly.

This is such a fun event for both kids a parents. We can't wait to see all of you there!

Click here to download the reservation flyer.

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Here's one way to learn to see things differently! Christ the King celebrated the school front lawn installation of an abstract sculpture by late Nashville artist Steve Benneyworth. Thank you to the Kovalick family for helping make it happen! Read more about this story here.

View photos and video from the Dedication Ceremony.





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Christ the King School

serves God by educating students
within the Catholic tradition of
faith,
academic excellence,
love,
and service.

Christ the King is a PreK-4 through Grade 8 Catholic school that lives this mission daily by valuing each child’s unique gifts, working to help individuals reach their potential spiritually, academically, socially, emotionally, and physically. We accomplish this in a community where students feel a sense of belonging, purpose, and personal safety. The faculty and staff regard their roles as learning leaders who model the motivation, curiosity, respect, and compassion expected of students.

Our mission as a Catholic elementary school is to educate young people in a faith-filled environment that builds discipleship with catechesis, prayer, and worship. Christ the King embodies its vision to establish a strong foundation for academic excellence through attentive instruction and carefully planned application of skills and knowledge, supported by integration of technology and community resources.

CKS offers a variety of opportunities beyond the foundational curriculum to enrich students’ minds, spirits, and bodies. Every grade participates in art, music, Spanish, technology, library, and physical education classes. These classes introduce and reinforce vital skills for students such as teamwork, responsibility, creativity, cooperation, and global awareness. Our graduates have become leaders in the larger community. The school continues to prepare and nurture students to be well-rounded individuals, equipped with honorable habits of heart and mind, who light the way for their generation.