King’s Schools offers academic excellence and life-long learning. King’s students of all ages receive a well-rounded educational experience, becoming independent thinkers well prepared for advanced grades and college education. Students thrive in small class sizes with dedicated attention from teachers and mentors, while establishing strong connections in a nurturing, Christian-centered environment.
King’s Schools is set on 56 park-like acres in Shoreline. With beautiful English-Tudor brick buildings our campus is a unique part of our rich learning environment.
We look forward to having you visit.
King’s Preschool Admissions Information
For information about admission to King’s Preschool, please review King’s Preschool Admissions Procedures. Your tour to begin the preschool admissions process may be scheduled by calling 206.546.7263 or emailing the preschool Director, Jessica Scanzon at firstname.lastname@example.org or Assistant Director, Angel Kim at email@example.com.
King’s K-12 Admissions Information
For information about half day morning Pre-K through 12th grade, please contact our Admissions Coordinator, Sarah Christensen, at (206) 289-7783 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to answering your questions about King’s Schools, showing you our beautiful campus, and helping you through the admissions process.
In addition to its excellent traditional kindergarten programs, King’s Elementary now offers a Spanish Immersion Program. This program — focused for English-speaking students beginning in kindergarten – gives students the opportunity to complete the curriculum in a nontraditional way – by immersing them in the Spanish language and culture. Students become proficient in both Spanish and English, while learning the same curriculum content as their peers in the traditional English classrooms. Click here to learn more.
King’s Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, nationality, ethnic or socioeconomic origin in the administration of its academic, admission, financial aid policies or other school-administered programs.