Christ King Parish School nurtures our children’s growth in the Catholic faith by teaching them to accept and respect Jesus in everyone they meet within an environment that cultivates academic excellence, encourages service to others, fosters leadership, and allows each student to develop their God-given talents.
Thank you for your interest in Christ King School where you’ll find a welcoming community of exceptional education professionals who promote academic excellence in a value-based curriculum that incorporates life-long learning skills.
Located in Wauwatosa, we are a private Catholic parish and tuition-based school with many children enjoying a short walk from their nearby homes. Additionally, there are numerous families from adjoining cities who choose Christ King School for its superior academics, faith formation, and values-based school and parish environment. Christ King Catholic Parish School is part of the Archdiocese of Milwaukee. Although a Catholic school, all students are welcome regardless of race, gender, national origin or creed.
Students, families, faculty, and staff feel a true sense of community here. Families play a significant role in helping children learn and partnering with our school to make it thrive. Numerous, daily opportunities exist to support our school and students – by sharing time, talent, and treasure.
Christ King School has a strong sense of Catholic identity, which is evident in daily prayer, weekly liturgies, and frequent participation in Catholic sacraments. These help strengthen children’s relationship to Jesus. Faith and values-based discussions are part of all classes helping children to look beyond themselves and instill a sense of service to others in school, their homes, their parish, and both the local and global community.
Please spend some time on our website and learn more about our school and the amazing learning opportunities available to every student and family. Then, please come and take a look! In addition to special open house events each year, our doors are open any school day for a personal tour. Call us at (414) 258-4160 to make arrangements or send an EMAIL
God bless you as you discern the best school for your family!
Governor Evers announced the closure of all K-12 public and private schools for the remainder of the 2019-2020 academic year. This means that virtual learning at Christ King will continue through June 9, 2020. Teachers will continue to communicate with parents and students via email or their preferred virtual learning platform.
As we look forward to the next six weeks of virtual instruction, we have made a few changes to our weekly schedule that will benefit students and teachers alike. Moving forward, we will continue virtual learning as usual Monday-Thursday. On Fridays, students will be given time to complete existing assignments for core subjects, specialty classes and long term projects. Teachers will be expected to use Fridays to correct assignments, plan for the upcoming week, communicate with parents and students, and meet with staff via Zoom. New material will no longer be introduced to the students on Fridays, though it is possible that some teachers, particularly in grades 3-8, will host Friday small group Zoom sessions to review or reteach skills. Your teachers will notify you if such a session is scheduled.
Each homeroom teacher will continue to send a morning message by 9 a.m. every school day, including Fridays. It is important to check your e-mail daily so that teachers can review the assignments and activities that should be completed for the week and share important news or updates. In Middle School, some teachers may swap a Friday schedule with another day of the week due to a scheduled guest speaker or for some other reason. So please be sure to check your e-mail or Google Classroom for updates daily!
Specialty teachers have assigned work for students at each grade level. Please refer to the attached chart
to view those assignments. If you have any questions, please reach out to our specialty teachers for guidance and clarification.