The King Class of 2017 along with Faculty, Staff, families, and friends were treated to a love story as Gary Briggs, an alumnus of the King Class of 1980 and currently the Chief Marketing Officer of Facebook, delivered a Commencement Address like no other.
Our close knit community is deeply saddened by the news that Bill Wallace passed away in early June. Bill's presence and sense of humor will be greatly missed. The 2017 yearbook was dedicated to Bill. The tributes from students and Faculty on Bill's decades of teaching honor his inspiration and humor.
Outstanding Upper School students each year are recognized for achievement in a range of areas – from academic accomplishments to extracurricular talent to athletic talent. These awards were distributed during US Prize Day on Thursday, June 1.
Congratulations to King School Head Football Coach, Dan Gouin, as well as seniors Cara Shattan and Flynn McMorrow who were recognized by two Stamford-area organizations.
At the Upper School Science Fair, students showcased their ability to approach questions scientifically by presenting their hypothesis-driven science experiments to a group of internal and external judges as well as the greater King Community. Grade 9 students, Thomas King and Kaden Lints took home the top prize with their project: "Eyesight and Screen Time: Does watching an electronic screen temporarily impair your vision?"