Locker Cleanup


Good day Ctk Students, parents and guardians. It is that time of year again for locker clean-up.  We are asking grade 12 students to clean out their lockers by Wednesday, June 22 and all other grades by Tuesday, June 28th.  After those deadlines, the content of lockers will be disposed or donated to charity. … Continue reading

Prom Information


Date and Time Friday, June 24th at the Mississauga Convention Centre Doors open at 6:00 p.m. All guests must arrive by 6:30 p.m. for check-in Dinner will be served at 7:00 p.m. Please arrange limos for pick-up by 11:00 p.m. Ticket Price – $85 This fee must be paid through School Cash Online. If there are any issues, students or their family members may speak to someone in the Main Office. This cost covers a number of expenses related to the event, including: Hall rental Four-course meal and service DJ and lighting Security and police supervision Decorations Souvenir photos Ticket … Continue reading

Prom Expectations


Dear Christ the King Students, Parents and Guardians: We are pleased to announce that our Graduation Dinner Dance will take place on Friday June 24th 2016 from 6:00pm to 11:00pm at the Mississauga Convention Center.  As always, the safety of your daughter or son is our primary concern.  We want to ensure that this is a fun and safe event for all students. Any student believed to be under the influence of alcohol or illegal drugs will be removed from the dance. In such regrettable circumstances, action is required.  Consequently, parents will be called and asked to take their daughter or son home.  It … Continue reading

Advice for Parents, from Professor Jo Boaler


Do you remember how excited your children were about maths* when they were young? How they were excited by patterns in nature? How they rearranged a set of objects and found, with delight, that they had the same number? Before children start school they often talk about maths with curiosity and wonder, but soon after they start school many children decide that maths is confusing and scary and they are not a “math person”. This is because maths in many schools is all about procedures, memorization and deciding which children can and which cannot. Maths has become a performance subject … Continue reading