Welcome to King School
We're excited that you are considering King School for your child's education, because we believe King offers students a better way to be their best.
Throughout our integrated PreK-Grade 12 student experience, King sets better standards for education. We dare to ask more of education by empowering students to chart their own course. We emphasize the wonder, discover, and joy of learning as much as knowledge and achievement. Learn more about what setting better standards means to the King community.
No two paths to excellence are the same at King. Our collaborative community celebrates authenticity, independent thought, and diverse achievement. As a result, students see things from different perspectives, explore new ideas, and uncover unexpected knowledge. With the tools and mindset of their King education at the ready, our graduates possess both the experience and confidence to build happy, healthy, and purposeful lives.
We can't wait to meet you and better understand the hopes and dreams you have for your child.
Director of Admission and Financial Access
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What King Families Say
“King is academically challenging and welcoming. There is room for every student to be successful.”
“I think the quality and reputation of the faculty as outstanding teachers were our most important initial reason to apply to King. My daughter's visits to the school and the warmth and friendliness of the students, faculty, and admission staff really vaulted King to the top of our list and hers!”
“In addition to the strong academic quality, we fell in love with the atmosphere and culture at King and know that it is right for us.”
“We came away from our time spent at King realizing how much our child will grow and how happy he would be learning in this school’s community.”
“The Admission team at King wanted to take the time to understand my impressions of my daughter as a multidimensional person.”