Today's King represents an evolving community bred from five distinct institutions – Low-Heywood, The King School, Thomas, Low-Heywood Thomas and King Low Heywood Thomas. These schools, each with rich histories and cultures of their own, have evolved into a cohesive community that embraces the diverse traditions and values of its founding institutions.
There is no better representation of the important history that makes up the fabric of today’s King than our alumni community. As you value the memories and mission of your own alma mater, take the time to visit our campus, read Quest magazine, and connect with your favorite faculty members who are still at King – you’ll see these values reflected and celebrated in our current culture.
Please join us at an event, consider volunteering and contact our alumni office to learn more about the many ways you can get involved!
For more information please contact Lauren Fredette, Director of Development at (203) 322-3496 ext. 324.
To celebrate King's sesquicentennial anniversary, King School released a hardcover book outlining King's unique history as the convergence of three distinct independent schools. The book, dedicated to the thousands of students, exceptional faculty, generous donors and board members who have graced our hallways over the past 150 years, highlights King's commitment to academic excellence. If you would like more information about obtaining a copy, please contact Lauren Fredette, Director of Development.