CK Virtue Pledge
As a Christ the King Catholic School Crusader, I dedicate myself and support others in living virtue. I commit to constructive thoughts, words, and deeds, and when faced with challenges or conflicts, I will find solutions that cultivate virtue.
The essence of Christian discipline is formation in virtue. According to the Catechism of the Catholic Church: “The goal of a virtuous life is to become like God.” (CCC 1803)
Preschool through 8th Grade students focus on a virtue each week. The purpose of this is to increase our knowledge of virtuous behavior and help us to live the virtues daily, and recognize when we need virtue.
Orderliness: A good habit by which a person does what they should do when and how they should do it. Also, keeping oneself physically clean and neat and one's belongings in good order.
Docility: Docility is the virtue of obedience and a willingness to be taught.
Obedience: Assenting to rightful authority with hesitation or resistance.
Responsibility: Fulfilling one's just duties; accepting the consequences of one's words and actions, intentional and unintentional.