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Challenging Minds, Nurturing Spirits, Together
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Who We Are

Corpus Christi School strives to offer a dynamic education, embrace diversity, promote life-long friendships, and encourage a passion for service and citizenship.
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Challenging Minds

Corpus Christi School challenges students academically, recognizing the need to develop the full potential and special talents of individual students while building life skills.
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Nurturing Spirits

As a faith community, Corpus Christi School is built on the values, beliefs and traditions of Catholic Education, guiding students’ spiritual, social, and moral development.


Corpus Christi is a Community-Based School. We value our community where each of us can support and encourage each other because we believe in our collective future.

CC At a Glance

  • Student to staff ratio
  • Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion
    41% of student body composition is diverse students
  • Technology Ratio
  • CYO Sports
    21 Teams
    More than 80% of eligible students participate
  • Electives Offered
    Art, Jazz Choir, Muse Choir, Creative Writing, Readers’ Theater, Student Leadership, and Yearbook
  • Graduate Matriculation
    99.9% of graduates attend the first Catholic High School of their choice

Our Stories

We 💙 Corpus Christi!

Students, Staff, Parents, and Alum know what separates Corpus Christi from other schools. Learn how we are challenging minds and nurturing spirits together.
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Announcing The Corpus Greenspace Project

We’re making the yard look like, well, a yard. Summer 2023 we will be upgrading the blacktop to create a shaded greenspace with play areas, landscaped berms, new benches (fixed and modular), living greenery plantings, and a storage shed next to the pergola for recess equipment. The new greenspace can be used as an outdoor classroom, place to eat lunch, host events, and most importantly for our kids to play.

This 1,500 sq ft multi-use project will not only beautify the Corpus yard, but it will dramatically improve how our kids play and learn.
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This year's WALK-A-THON shines rays of success.

Did you get a chance to participate in the walk-a-thon in October? Our community truly outdid itself this year, making this year’s “Walking on Sunshine” themed fundraiser one of our best years yet raising over $107,000 at press time, according to WAT Chair Marisa Kelley.
The school’s top fundraiser was Ellie Lunde, who raised an astounding $1,426! Her tip on maximizing donations? “Practice a short speech to use on family, neighbors, and friends.”
The student body collected pledges for 1,635 laps.
That’s a lot of walking! Here are some other interesting stats from the event:
Pounds of carne asada used: 25
Number of T-shirt designs submitted: 85
Percentage of students that participated: 99%
Number of sponsors: 23 (highest ever!)
Number of corn dogs sold: “Infinite,” said Delwin Ng, Food Chair
Highest # of pledges: 32 collected by 5th grader Max Gardea
Most laps walked: 33 by 5th grader, Nico Certa
Most money per class: $12,313.50 by the 3rd grade!
Thank you so much for supporting Corpus Christi School with your donations and pledges to the walk-a-thon! We can’t wait to see you next year!

Soaring Comets

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Science Fair Winners

Congratulations to the students whose projects were chosen to represent Corpus Christi at this year's Diocese of Oakland Kristina Taylor Science Fair at  Saint Joseph Notre Dame High School.
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Corpus Poet

Eighth grader, Sopia B.’s, poem was included in a student poetry book called “Resilience", published by the American Library of Poetry.
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Berkeley Playhouse Role

Kyle W. (6th grade) is currently performing the role of John in Berkeley Playhouse's production of Fun Home.
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A Dream Come True!

After years of hard work and ballet training, this Christmas season 8th grader Piper O.H. performed the role of Clara in the San Francisco Ballet’s “Nutcracker” at War Memorial Opera House.