I consider it a great privilege to partner with King’s students, teachers and parents in the awesome task of educating, guiding and nurturing students as they bridge the gap between elementary school and high school. These “middle years” are truly unique, and it brings me great joy to watch the students discover their potential.
At KJH, we understand how important it is for young adolescents to be known and understood, and we make it a priority to encourage and support them in all aspects of their lives. Whether in class, on the athletic field, in chapel or in mentor groups, we strive to know our students and to guide them in their journey.
King’s parents are a wonderfully supportive group of people. They take a keen interest in the success and development of their children, and that–by far–plays the most significant role in their students’ success. The parent-school partnership is one of the greatest assets of the King’s community.
The faculty and staff at the Jr. High have over 200 collective years of experience working with young adolescents. They have committed their lives to guiding junior high students toward academic and spiritual growth. They are committed Christians who serve God by serving our students, and supporting their efforts is the single greatest facet of my job.
These are unique (and yes, challenging!) years! King’s Junior High students have boundless energy and unlimited potential, and I consider it a blessing and a privilege to be a part of their lives.