The Diocese of Brooklyn and Christ the King High School have reached a resolution to their dispute over Middle Village Preparatory (MVP) Charter School after years of negotiation.
On Tuesday, the diocese announced that the settlement will “ensure the rights of all are honored, valued and respected.”
Under the terms of the agreement, MVP Charter School and CTK Community Day Care will continue to operate on the Christ the King campus.
The parties also agreed that the majority of the property will continue to be used for the operation of a Roman Catholic high school.
Moving forward, the Diocese of Brooklyn will have one member on the Christ the King board.
With this agreement, both parties “look forward to their continued relationship” with a renewed commitment to keeping the Catholic Church’s mission alive and fostering the spiritual and educational growth of students and their families, the diocese said.