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Our History

Christ the King Catholic School was founded in 1955 to meet the needs of the fast-growing atomic city.  On Sunday, October 2, 1955, Bishop Joseph Dougherty declared the $900,000 school should be a recreation, entertainment, and social center as well as a school. It was filled with the caring spirit of the Sisters of the Holy Names, who trusted in God and their own strengths and talents to educate the whole child.
The Christ the King Catholic School of today continues to build upon the rich heritage and traditions of the past.
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