October 15, 2021
Christ the King students will be participating in the New York State Education Department sponsored Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Student Art and Essay Exhibition. Schools have been invited to submit student art work and essays based on Dr. King's "Six Principles of Nonviolence." This week students began to research and prepare rough drafts of their projects to honor Dr. King's memory. We look forward to Christ the King being represented in this year's exhibition.

This Thursday, Principal Arbitello presented our National Honor Society their annual certificate of affiliation. This certificate is presented to Christ the King High School for recognizing and promoting the important qualities of scholarship, leadership, service , and character in students by maintaining an active chapter of the National Honor Society. Each student was presented with a certificate of membership to the Pope St. Paul XXII Chapter.

Christ the King offers clubs to appeal to all interests. One of the new clubs for the 2021/2022 school year is Esports! It is the mission of Christ the King Esports to connect competitive gamers with each other, provide a social avenue to discuss competitive gaming, field school teams in the High School Esports League (HSEL), and foster personal skills through gaming such as critical/strategic thinking, problem-solving, reflection, communication, teamwork, and leadership. Through organized Esports competition, students will tie their commitment to gaming to their success in academics and future careers.

The Christ the King Men's Varsity Soccer Team defeated Holy Cross 2-0 under the lights at College Point Soccer Complex on Tuesday. Both goals were scored by Kevin Hernandez ('24) assisted by Gabriel Cusu ('24).

Go Royals!

Congratulations to three members of the Royals Cross Country Track Team who medaled at the Brooklyn-Queens Sophomore Championships.

Zymier Williams ('24)
Maya Herrera ('24)
Ciara Torres ('24)

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On Sunday, November 21st we celebrate the Feast of Christ the King, the patron of our school. We remember those of the Christ the King family who have passed.

If there is a member of the Christ the King community that you would like honored at this year's mass, please email Sister Elizabeth at egraham@ctkny.org or call (718) 366-7400 ext. 228.

Mass will be held in our chapel on November 21st at 11am. All are invited to celebrate with us as we remember the blessings that God has given to the Christ the King family both individually and as a community. If you plan on attending please email Sister Elizabeth. We hope to see many of our alumni in our chapel for this liturgy.
  • Parents' Guild Meeting - October 20
  • Senior Halloween Breakfast - October 29
  • All Saints Day - No School - November 1
  • Memorial Mass - November 21
Wednesday was our annual Harvest Festival! Our Daycare, 3-K and Pre-K children played fall themed games, used sensory boards, read books, did arts & crafts, enjoyed bounce houses and participated in a sing-a-long! Children also visited the CK Campus Pumpkin Patch! It was great to see the children enjoying our wonderful campus. It was definitely a day to remember!

CK Kids offers private tutoring for grades K through 12 in all subject areas. Our experienced teachers work with students individually to achieve academic success. Both in-person and virtual sessions are available.

After participating in the Relay for Life, Middle Village Prep students continue to raise money for breast cancer awareness in the month of October. This week students held a bake sale to encourage donations for this important cause.

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