"Let it be known to all who enter that Christ is the reason for our school".
Our mission is to create an atmosphere in which all members of the faculty, staff, and student body can attain a high level of achievement based upon recognition of their unique abilities and their relationship with God. Our students are challenged to grow academically, spiritually, socially and physically to meet the demands of a changing world. Through the collaborative efforts of the Christ the King Community, students are empowered to become independent thinkers and moral leaders.
The first day of school for all incoming freshmen and all transfer students is Friday, September 5th. Students should report to school by 8:00am and be in full uniform. It will be a full school day which will end at 2:19pm. Lunch will be provided.
The first full day of classes for all students is Monday, September 8th. Students are to be in full school uniform.
Christ the King High School is pleased to announce the addition of five new teachers to its faculty.
Ms. Jennifer Schmoll, Mr. Ryan Markatos, and Ms. Stacey Mueller have joined our mathematics department. The guidance department has added a new counsellor, Ms. Alyssa Lopez. Also joining us is Ms. Jessica Pappalardo, who will replace Mrs. Heather Arzberger, now is enjoying motherhood with her beautiful baby girl, for the first semester of the school year.
Ms. Schmoll is a graduate of Molloy College, where she received her degree in Mathematics and was a member of the Mathematics National Honor Society. She participated in a Global Learning Program with an enjoyable learning experience in Ireland. Ms. Schmoll was a member of the Molloy College Women’s Soccer Team and has expressed interest in getting involved with Christ the King’s championship soccer team. Ms. Schmoll spent two months last year as a participating observer at Christ the King. Her excellent knowledge of high school mathematics coupled with her dynamic personality will serve Christ the King students well.
Mr. Markatos received his Bachelor of Science degree from Manhattan College, School of Science, graduating Magna Cum Laude. Mr. Markatos has prior experience in the business world as a benefit analyst, performing actuarial-related work . He has also has worked as a private tutor in many math subject areas including Calculus, Linear and Abstract Algebra, Real and Complex Analysis and Probability.
Ms. Stacey Mueller is a Magna Cum Laude graduate of Molloy College. Among her certifications is NYS Certification in Mathematics, grades 7 – 12. Ms. Mueller is a member of the National Scholastic Honor Society for Catholic Colleges, National Honor Society in Philosophy, National Honor Society of Mathematics, and International Honor Society in Education. . She has expert technology skills and has had global learning experiences in France and China.
Ms. Alyssa Lopez is a graduate of the State University of New York at Binghamton , having earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology and a Bachelor’s Degree in English Literature with a concentration on creative writing. She received her Masters of Science in School Counseling from St. John’s University. Her Academic Excellence Award in School Counseling from St. John’s is testimony to her achievements. Ms. Lopez is a member of the National Counseling Honor Society.
Ms. Pappalardo received her Bachelor of Science degree in music education from Adelphi University and Master of Arts degree in Music Composition from Long Island University. In addition to Chorus and Vocal Pedagogy, she as taught keyboard, brass, percussion, strings, and woodwind instruments. Ms. Pappalardo has experience in choreography and staging of musical concerts. She had served many Catholic churches as cantor, organist and musical accompanist.
Congratulations to our Chairman of the Board, Serphin R. Maltese on his induction into the New York State Senate Veterans' Hall of Fame.
Pictured left to right: Mr. Glen Riddel, Serphin R. Maltese, Constance Maltese and Senator Joseph Addabbo Jr.
Seniors involved with the Senior Freshman Connection, Meet in the chapel on one of the following days:
Wednesday, September 3 at 11am