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Corpus Christi Catholic School offers an excellent academic program. Fully accredited by the Michigan Association of Non-Public Schools Accrediting Association (MNSAA).MAPS scores exceed most local, state, and national averages. For more information, please check our Standardized Testing page under the Academics tab.
Students receive focused training in the core subjects of Science, Reading, Language Arts, Mathematics and Social Studies.
Our outstanding curriculum includes Spanish, Physical Education, Art, Choral Music, Band, and Computers.
Some of our extracurricular activities include Science Olympiad, Student Newspaper, Geography and Spelling Bees, Law Day, Drama, and Student Council.
Special programs (remedial, gifted) enhance student learning; individual needs are continually reviewed.
FaithCorpus Christi Catholic School is deeply rooted in our Christian faith. Catholicism is not just a subject. It is the way of preparing our children with values and faith for the challenges of life.
Students receive daily instruction and practice in Catholicism.
Special Feast Day Masses.
Each teacher is chosen for their passion for and dedication to bringing the Gospel message alive.
Our chapel is in the "heart" of our facility, drawing our school community together for all-school, classroom, and individual opportunities to reflect, pray, and celebrate our faith.
Sacramental preparation and training for Reconciliation, First Communion and Confirmation are integral parts of the second and eighth grade religious curriculum.
We welcome and embrace families of different faiths and traditions.
CharacterCorpus Christi Catholic School provides character-building experiences that develop a firm belief in human dignity and social responsibility.
Students learn that all people are created in God's image. We honor our Creator by treating His people with respect and dignity.
Students are provided countless opportunities and continual guidance to learn to make choices based on values and morals.
Students practice and grow in these values in their daily school life, as well as on field trips, in service projects, and at academic and athletic competitions.
G.R.A.C.E.A.C. our Diocesan athletic association, provides athletic participation in football, volleyball, soccer, cross country, basketball, track, baseball, softball, and competitive cheer for students in grades 5-8.
Students learn and practice leadership skills in a variety of settings beginning in Kindergarten.