Open ENrollment

Enrollment has begun for 2018/2019 School Year

Our school stands out above the rest!

We welcome families to join our school family for the upcoming year.  We we have openings in our Spanish Immersion Pre-school and Kindergarten Classes.  We are excepting transfer students in Spanish Immersion Grades 1 -5.  We also have open enrollment for traditional Preschool through 8th Grade.  Register today to secure your child’s spot as some classes are near capacity!

Preschool Registration

Kindergarten – Eighth Grade Registration


Why Catholic Education?

Corpus Christi Catholic School believes that parents are their child’s primary educators.  As such, parents have many options in selecting the right school for their child.  Many schools offer classes in English, social studies, math, and science.  Corpus Christi Catholic School not only provides superior curriculum in these areas, but they do so by integrating faith into every subject.  That is the Catholic school difference.

Our goal through our Catholic school is to provide your child with on-going formation in their faith, to develop each student’s God-given gifts, and to prepare them for success in higher education and the global marketplace.  We do this through a challenging curriculum, the support of parents, and in a nurturing environment.

Corpus Christi Catholic School welcomes students of all backgrounds, and faiths to experience the comprehensive education of mind, heart, and spirit.


Corpus Christi’s active use of MAPS testing to adjust curriculum and classroom planning, for individual students and classrooms as a whole, shows in consistent testing averages that are well above the norm.

“Where Christ Illuminates Learning and Life”

Catholic schools in the Diocese of Grand Rapids are an alliance of 30 vibrant learning communities within a seven-county area of West Michigan. Our schools inspire young people to grow in Catholic faith and grace, achieve more in school and life, develop creativity and character, and feel welcomed and cherished for their unique gifts. We partner with parents to awaken the whole child to a world of light and life—that grows better and brighter when children reach their potential.  Learn more…

Easter 2018

Alleluia! Jesus Christ is Risen

 “We know that Christ, raised from the dead, dies no more; death no longer has power over him. As to his death, he died to sin once and for all; as to his life, he lives for God. Consequently, you too must think of yourselves as being dead to sin and living for God in Christ Jesus.” (Romans 6:9-11)

Happy Easter! The word “Easter” comes from Old English, meaning the “East.” The sun, which rises in the East, “bringing light, warmth and hope, is a symbol for the Christian of the rising Christ, who is the true light of the world.”

“The word, ‘Pascha,’ or ‘Pasch,’ comes from the Greek word for the ‘Passover.’ The early Christians used the word to describe the resurrection of Jesus as the Christian Passover. Today, we sometimes refer to the death and resurrection of Jesus as the Paschal Mystery, which is derived from the word, ‘Pasch.’ Orthodox Christians still use the word, ‘Pascha’ when referring to Easter. Learn more from Our Sunday Visitor

 The proclamation of Easter does not end with Easter Sunday: That is only the beginning. The Easter season, known as Easter Time, is celebrated for 50 days. It culminates with the celebration of Jesus’ ascension into heaven, and Pentecost, which marks the gift of the Holy Spirit to the Apostles and birthday of the Church.