Christ the King School provides an excellent academic foundation in an atmosphere defined by the Catholic principles of respect, responsibility and recognition of each student’s natural capacity for growth in faith, abilities and character.
Christ the King School was founded in 1937 by what was then the Diocese of
Savannah-Atlanta and staffed by the Grey Nuns of the Sacred Heart. Christ the King School has continued to serve the Atlanta community for over 75 years. Beginning
with 60 students, the school today enrolls over 560 students in grades Kindergarten through eight.