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At King’s Schools, we value relationships and enduring experiences. We look forward to sharing with you, and hearing from you as we seek to connect the King’s community.

How Caring Math Teachers Helped a High School Student Redefine Her Identity and Her Future

June 20, 2016

The journey of studying math has been a life changer for me. As a new graduate from King’s High School, I am proud to announce…

King’s Alumni Reconnect in Fun, Meaningful Ways

June 10, 2016

The competition was awesome, but that is not why we came to play. We showed up because we wanted to reconnect with friends we had…

In Their Own Words: What Students Actually Take Away from Elementary “Moving Up” Retreats

June 2, 2016

Many elementary schools sponsor retreats for students who are moving on to middle school or junior high. Classmates participate in team building activities and hear…

7 Must Read Summer Reading Books by Age Recommended by Our King’s Librarians

May 27, 2016

What’s better in the summer than immersing yourself in an adventure while relaxing in a hammock on the beach or sprawling out on a pile…

Students Lend Helping Hands to Our Community and Beyond

May 18, 2016

Jr. High and Elementary students reached out last week to serve others on our campus, in our greater community and in even in other countries….

Teachers Innovate Major Changes to Health & PE Classes at King’s High School

May 13, 2016

Three years ago at King’s High School, Health & Fitness Teacher Jamie Lyon had an idea that inspired a string of innovative changes to the…

Internships: How students can apply their passion to a real-world scenario

May 3, 2016

Senior Kotomi Morrill offers an inside view of what internships look like at King’s.

Learning Outside the Classroom

April 12, 2016

Spring and summer breaks are fabulous times for kids to encounter hands-on, experiential learning. During the 2016 spring break, King’s students enjoyed time to observe,…

A Parent’s First Impression of the King’s Auction

March 22, 2016

I admit it. Tears slipped from my eyes at the King’s auction. It wasn’t because I lost a bid on a cherished item. It wasn’t…