"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 video clip below was given to Christ the King by
Mr. Timonthy Mann.
It is a short clip of the actual building dedication by
Bishop Bryan McEntegart, April 1964.
Class of 2016 Information
Christ the King congratulates its Speech and Debate Team, as they have qualified for an all time record of 20 students for entry into the NYS Championships in April, as well as 8 students who qualified for National Finals which are taking place in Sacramento, California this June.
Once again the CK students are saving lives!
We collected 121 pints of blood which saves 363 lives!
Great job to the all who donated.
Christ the King Honored by Brooklyn Queens Diocese
The Brooklyn Queens Diocese honored Christ the King High School at a special ceremony in recognition of its efforts as the leading Catholic high school in the Brooklyn/Queens Diocese for blood donations.
For the third year in a row, Christ the King High School is the #1 Catholic high school in the Brooklyn Queens Diocese to donate blood and, in turn, help those in need. CK has also been recognized for the most blood donations as well as having the highest average donations at a blood drive. Last year, Christ the King donated 326 pints of blood.
Through our partnership with the New York Blood Center, Christ the King has been able to positively impact the lives of more than 1,000 patients in need.
CK President, Michael Michel stated, "I want to thank everyone who donated blood and those who volunteered for this important community event. The CK Community has proven once again its commitment to Faith, Academic Achievement and Service to the Community. This is truly a great achievement and honor."
CK’s next blood drive will be on Wednesday, April 27th from 8:00AM to 2:00PM in the school gym.
Pictured below from left: CK Athletic Director Joseph Arbitello, Brooklyn/Queens Diocese Bishop Nicholas DiMarzio and CK President Michael Michel.