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Middle School Tour

Grade 6-8 students hold meetings and study in the Middle School Commons and Atrium which features two-story skylights. The Middle School building also houses labs, SMART boards, and discussion-style classrooms. Advanced Middle School students can take classes in the adjacent Upper School. Middle School students can design and engineer in the Innovation Lab in the US building as well.

Listen to the guided video tour below or explore highlights of the Middle School through our 3D tour.

3D Tour Instructions:

Step 1: Begin by clicking on the white play button, "Explore 3D Space."

Step 2: Watch a tour of highlighted spaces by clicking on the small play button icon in the bottom left corner of the window.

Step 3: Click on the "^" on the bottom left hand corner of the window to see all highlighted spaces. 

Step 4: Click anywhere within the tour to explore and "walk through" the building.

Be sure to click on the pink dots to learn more about the spaces and watch videos. 

Please note, for the best experience, click on the full screen button in the bottom right hand corner. 

Video: How to use 3D tour. If you need any assistance using the tour, please email webmaster@kingschoolct.org

Guided Video Tour

Listen to the Director of Admission and Financial Access, Nina Newman tell you about the Middle and Upper School of King and show clips of the school.

The entrance to our Middle School provides outdoor space for free periods and student activities.

Students collaborate on projects in a Middle School Science room.

Students build atoms in one of three Middle School Science rooms.

Students gather in the upper level atrium in our Middle School.

Grade 7 students explore Biology and the web of life with hands-on interactions. 

Grade 8 English Faculty work with students on research and deeper learning and investigation.