Our students are also formed spiritually, morally and socially within the school communities in which they learn. We aim to create resilient students who will evaluate choices in light of learned values and make good decisions. The communities of faith that nurture our students are meant to promote engagement with the fine arts, knowledge of self, a love of service and a moral compass that is rooted in Catholic Social Teaching.

Students within the Diocese of Dallas are called to serve the greater community and ensure that Catholic Schools are good for the greater Dallas area.

Partnered with the parents who entrust them to our care, our schools serve, lead and form our students to become the very best versions of themselves.



Catholic Schools give back to the local community, both through connections to Catholic Charities , but also through numerous non-profits in the Dallas area that seek to serve the community around us. Catholic School students are expected to help those in need and change our community through positive involvement.


Catholic Schools have a responsibility to help our students become the best versions of themselves. That means walking with them on the journey to adulthood and through many developmental experiences. We offer a number of programs, from the College-Readiness academy to traditional counseling services at many of our schools.

Community ministries

Called upon as Christians, to be a community of people who care about one another, Crusaders Care is a Christ the King Catholic School program designed to provide our students with opportunities for service, to make them aware of ways to help others.