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Expanding Their Worlds – Students Soak up King’s Spanish Immersion

December 12, 2018

Our world is more multilingual and multicultural than ever before. The Spanish Immersion program at King’s Elementary is preparing students for a diverse society. Studies…

CRISTA Internships: Setting up Students for Success Beyond the Classroom

October 31, 2018

It’s not often you hear of high school students interning in roles that provide them with real-world experience. In recent years, King’s Schools and CRISTA…

King’s Family Series Presents…

October 29, 2018

Technology is an extremely powerful tool that has connected today’s world more than ever, but is it helping or hurting us? Over the last decade…

5 Easy Tips that Help Boost Students’ Mental Health

May 17, 2018

May is National Mental Health Month! Throughout the month, King’s students have many opportunities at school to participate in healthy, mental health boosting activities. We’re…

Missions Trip Inspires Us to Rethink What’s Possible

April 26, 2018

Can a whole house really be built in 2 ½ days?  What if half of the builders are elementary-aged children?  What if most of the…

The Importance of Integrating Social and Emotional Learning into School Curriculum

March 16, 2018

By Lisa Henderson,  Program Supervisor and Social-emotional Teacher at King’s Preschool For the past few years, I have been teaching a class to all our young…

Keeping our Students Safe

February 23, 2018

Poignant incidents like what happened at Stoneman Douglas High School cause us to ask questions about the safety of our kids at King’s. What are…

King’s Social Justice: From Bystander to Upstander

February 2, 2018

We are all bystanders to something. The question is: will we choose to do something or do nothing?

Building Cross-Cultural Friendships

January 12, 2018

How can we inspire our children (and ourselves) to better reach out to the increasingly diverse group of peers around us?