5 Easy Tips that Help Boost Students’ Mental Health

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…

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…

New Method of Teaching Spanish Inspires Quicker Learning, Better Comprehension

November 15, 2017

In my 12 years of teaching, NEVER have I EVER had students speaking this soon in Spanish and truly ENJOYING class the way they do…

Equipping Students for the Future with 1-to-1 Computing

September 22, 2017

This fall at King’s High School, we began implementing our new 1-to-1 computing program with Microsoft Surface Pros. This new requirement for ninth and tenth…

Through Dr. King’s Example, Students Learn the Power of an Individual Voice

February 24, 2017

This fall, seventy students and I studied King’s “Letter from Birmingham Jail” in tenth grade English at King’s High School. We studied argumentative writing and…

Parent Volunteers “Speak Students’ Language” When It Comes to Showing They Care

January 27, 2017

It’s often the little things that make a big difference in how people feel about their day…

Inspiring Collaborative Teaching and Student Engagement

December 8, 2016

Finding innovative ways to support teachers is essential in designing the best possible learning environment for student engagement. To ensure that we make this happen…

How to Best Help Your Student in the College Process

October 19, 2016

by College Counselor Kellie Lewis The college application process tends to evoke many emotions all at once. Each fall, the seniors come in one at…

From basketball court to mission field: How King’s impacted one alumna’s life…

September 26, 2016

One of the most confusing parts of telling my story is how I ended up going on a mission trip with King’s after my freshman…