I graduated from this school and all I can say is that i had a horrible experience. Since the first day that i arrived, I was immediately seen as an outcast. Now i don't know if it was because I was Latina or what but it sucked from the start. Unfortunately, I was not the only one. I saw many more students get bullied and pushed to the side and the teachers would not do anything about it. Teachers were very mean and played favorites alot. I do not recommend.
This is a wonderful school, the community is really welcoming and the teachers and staff are all very friendly and helpful which made our transition a dream. Our 6 year old daughter has learned so much more in the last 3 months than she did in a whole year at her old school. We made the right choice.
Christ the king is a gem hidden in Hollywood. The teachers are surprisingly thorough in the early years (grades 2 to 4) and students get to know advanced skills and truly compare quite well with other prestigious private schools. I know since I have a child who studied here and went to to a top high school and college.
Christ the King is not a very school due to their inconsistency of teaching. Each grade is situated into one room which slows down other students' oppurtunity to learn and excel. The discipline is not strict enough which causes some students to create distractions in class. In certain subject areas, teachers do not teach enough to have the students fully understand the topic. In some cases, teachers cut time off other subjects in order to make up time for another one. Also, students are mistreated in the fact that they are not able to fully learn, excel, nor show their true potential. They are not pushed hard enough to fully succeed. One recommendation that Christ the King would like to know is to test the teachers in the areas that they are teaching.