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Corpus Christi School, a Catholic school in the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston, has a rich history of providing faith-based, Catholic education to students Preschool through 8th grade, for over 104-years. Our school is seeking a dynamic Principal for the starting the 2020-2021 school year.
Qualifications for candidates are practicing Catholics, have a passion for Catholic education, current state certification, and […]
ALL are welcome to join in on this mission!
This year we are blessed to have Father Leo Patalinghug visit Corpus Christi in March! He is the Founder of Plating Grace, an international apostolate to help strengthen families and relationships through God’s gift of a family meal. He is an award-winning cook […]
Pope Francis tells us the Lent is a new beginning, a path toward continual conversion of the heart. We hope that you will join us in this journey of prayer and reflection.
On Sunday, March 1st the Catholic Schools in the Upper Ohio Valley (from Wheeling to Weirton) will gather together for […]
The Sarris Candy Easter Fundraiser is here! Please take a moment and browse the link below. Orders can be placed online at http://SarrisCandiesFundraising.com please remember to use Group ID#10-1605. Orders can also be placed by stopping into the main office or seeing a CCS student or faculty member. This sale helps to raise money for […]
Join in on CCS Win-Win Fundraiser! Corpus Christi is selling tickets for $10 each. Each ticket has 21 chances to win gift cards valued from $10-$50. One winner will be drawn each day Monday-Friday in the month of March. You don’t have to be local to participate and win. Corpus Christi School can mail the winners […]
Congratulations to Eighth Grader, Maggie Rohrig, who has been selected as Corpus Christi School’s 2020 Aquinas Medal Recipient. The Aquinas Medal is the highest honor a Catholic School student can receive from the Diocese of Wheeling-Charleston. The award is meant to recognize one student from each school who exemplifies the standards of Catholic education.