Christ King Parish School was built in 1940 on the same grounds it currently stands in beautiful Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. The first classes were held on September 11, 1940 and were taught by the School Sisters of Notre Dame. Back then, the building consisted of four classrooms, a basement and a large open area on the second floor that was used as a chapel for Mass. Today, the second grade classrooms are still from the original building and display stunning woodwork reminiscent of the era.
While the building has significantly grown over the years, Christ King School has continued its proud history in the community and a long-standing dedication to nurturing students both spiritually and academically.