Christ The King Catholic School - Bronx NY School Based Child Care

(718) 538-5959

About the Provider

Description: Christ the King School is a Catholic School, and plays a major role in the larger
work of Christ the King Parish. Our Primary goals are:
-To create an atmosphere conducive to the total development of each child.
This includes spiritual, physical, emotional, and social growth such that each student develops self
-discipline and respect for themselves and others.
-To build and live in a Christian Community, so that each person can experience learning and liv
ing in the light of Christian faith and values.
-To develop within our children a Christian respect for all of God's creation,
especially for themselves, for their peers and for the adults with whom they
-To work with parents and other adult
guardians in all aspects of school life.
To encourage support of the curriculum and Christian values taught in school.
-To always be a source of pride in our school community and larger community
through the actions, words, and appearances of our children, teachers, staff,
parents, and school property.

Program and Licensing Details

  • License Number: N/A
  • Age Range: 2 - 5; 2 - 5
  • Enrolled in Subsidized Child Care Program: No
  • District Office: New York City Department of Health
  • District Office Phone: 311 or (212) NEW-YOR (Note: This is not the facility phone number.)

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