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Principal’s Message

Geri Martinez


The 2019-2020 school year is upon us. A  new year brings with it the chance to begin again. It is a time for new beginnings. A year older, new courses, new opportunities to succeed, old and new friends to unite with, new clubs and sports to be a part of, all are a part of the new school year that we are about to begin.

The challenge of beginning a new academic year brings with it the opportunity to improve on the past and to  create a new and even better future. Believe in all that you can do. Believe in how amazing you are. 

Christ the King High School is blessed with teachers who embrace the mission of our school, which is to educate all students spiritually, academically and physically. The goal is to open the minds and hearts of our students to prepare them for a future that is fulfilling and successful. Our students are young people who will go out into a world that needs their strong character and intelligence to create a better world for generations to come.

As we look forward to coming back together to start a new school year at Christ the King, we are all  fortunate to be a part of a Catholic educational community that believes in a strong education in a faith filled atmosphere. The opportunity for educational and spiritual growth are boundless. Take advantage of every moment of everyday.

The Christ the King community students, parents, teachers, and administrators by working together can create a new year that surpasses all past years. I encourage all to start your year off determined to make all things new in our learning and in our spirit.

I hope that you have been enjoying your summer and using the time to get reenergized and ready for the new school year. It is always exciting to begin new. Let’s work together to make this an amazing  year.





Ms. Geri Martinez, Principal




Think about this line from the writer Rita Pearson…

“I am  somebody. I was somebody when I came here and I will be a  BETTER somebody when I leave.”