Located in Middle Village, Christ the King High School is an independent, co-educational Catholic high school with a four-year college preparatory curriculum.
Here is The Tablet’s Brooklyn/Queens 2017 All-Star Softball Team.
With another competitive season of CHSAA baseball in the books, here’s a look at The Tablet’s 2017 diocesan All-Star Team.
A Queens judge deferred from making any new decisions in the ongoing dispute between the Diocese of Brooklyn and Christ the King H.S., when both parties met in court on June 13.
Each year, The Tablet recognizes one outstanding graduate from each school as a way of saluting that year’s entire class. The scholars profiled here are young women and men who have distinguished themselves through academic achievement, Christian leadership and community involvement.
The Tablet All-Scholastic Team 2017 – Laura Jans
The Catholic Youth Organization of Brooklyn and Queens hosted its annual girls’ volleyball diocesan championships May 13 at Msgr. McClancy H.S., East Elmhurst, and May 20 at St. Andrew Avellino, Flushing.
“Teens talk to teens differently,” said Paron. “That’s why high school journalism matters.You can talk to other young people and get a story that no one else can get. If you’re not talking to them, that means 26 percent of the population isn’t getting their voice heard and part of the tenet in journalism is to be a voice to the voiceless.”
Christ the King H.S., Middle Village, honored 15 students for their hard work and dedication to their education.
The Old-Timers hosted its 58th annual Hall of Fame induction ceremony and dinner May 5 at Sirico’s Caterers in Dyker Heights. Five new members – of which four were products of the local CHSAA – were enshrined for their basketball accomplishments as they joined the list of over 200 deserving inductees.