Challenge Island

Grades K – 5

Challenge Island is a whimsical, wildly popular enrichment program that promotes creativity, critical thinking skills, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) and core language arts skills. Loosely based on a well-known reality TV show, Challenge Island utilizes cooperative tribes in which students take on a vast array of exciting challenges set on action-packed thematic islands.


Pack your suitcases for Challenge Island’s All New World Tour!  You and a tribe of friends will engineer your way around the globe – from the Eiffel Tower to the Sydney Harbor Bridge to the Taj Mahal to an African Safari. Each challenge will bring us to a different geographical destination and provide a special Challenge Island taste of the local flavor there. All Challenges use safe basic household materials. Please join us for this not to be missed Challenge Island global adventure!








WEDNESDAY:  3:00 – 4:00 PM
 SEP 6, 13, 20, 27,
 OCT 4, 11, 18, (skip 25),
 NOV 1, 8, 15, (skip 22), 29,
 DEC 6
 $231 (12 segments)
   JAN 10, 17, 24, 31,
 FEB 7, 14, 21, 28,
 MAR 7, 14, 21, 28
 $231 (12 segments)


My name is Brittney Waters, and I am the instructor for Challenge Island.  I am currently pursuing a degree in Education to become an elementary/middle school teacher.  I have over 10 years of experience in working with children from infancy to 18 years of age.  I am truly passionate about education. In teaching, I can construct new approaches, exhibit my creativity, consistently guide my students, assess students’ needs, promote positive behavior, introduce my students to new lessons/knowledge, and provide encouragement in order to support them. The most pleasurable activity I encounter while working with children is the beauty of bonding with them and the ability to be an inspiration to help cultivate their current/future decisions, intellect, goals, and character.  As their Challenge Island instructor, you can expect me to be consistent, calm, friendly/positive, supportive, accessible, dedicated, attentive, and assertive. I look forward to engaging with the students and having lots of tribal fun here at Cathedral of Christ the King.)



Executive Director, Kenya L Walker Ph.D., KWALKER@CHALLENGE-ISLAND.COM, 404.964.7501

Adrian, 404-233-2145 x000: REC@CTKING.COM


Drop-off / Pick-up


CKS students registered for a parish recreation program (CTK) are dismissed from school and released to the recreation program.  Participants are picked up from the CKS Cafeteria by Adrian or Program Instructor.  You MUST complete a “Carpool/Walker Change Form” for Christ the King School.  Your participant will not be released to a parish recreation program without this change form.  Students from other schools will check-in via the parish front desk to be escorted to the appropriate program or by arrangement with program instructor.


Pick-up for all programs will take place in the Hyland Center Parking lot.  Please do not park in Westenberger Way the circle near dumpster, block the gates, or across from Green Space.

Please utilize spaces in Hyland Center Parking Lot to park and pick-up your participant.  Please do not treat this pick area as a car-pool style pick-up.


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