Visit Our Campus

Visiting campus is the best way to get to know King School’s Faculty, programs, facilities, and most importantly, our students. We currently have two opportunities for families to visit and learn more about King School. 


Join us for Coffee and Conversation

Upcoming dates: Jan 21, Mar 10

9:45-11:30 a.m.

You and your family (children are welcome) will learn about opportunities in and out of the classroom, meet the Head of School, Director of Admission and Financial Access and enjoy a campus tour. Families for PreK- Grade 11 are welcome.

 


Join us an Admission Information Session and our Winter Showcase

Date: Saturday February 1, 2020

2:30-3:00 p.m. followed by varsity athletic games

Learn more about King School, then experience Vikings pride. You and your family (children are welcome) will learn about opportunities in and out of the classroom and meet the Head of School, Director of Admission and Financial Access. Then, join our community as we cheer on our Vikings Athletes. 

 

For families who cannot attend an Admission event and are interested in applying for the 2019-2020 school year, we are happy to schedule an individual family tour at your convenience.

Please contact the admission office to schedule your visit to campus at (203) 322-3496, Ext. 350 or submit an admission inquiry.

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Important Details about Visiting Campus

Our Admission Office is located in the Simon House, pictured in the center image above. Please visit the Campus Map & Directions page for detailed directions to campus.

In addition to attending Admission Events, we encourage you to stop by to watch an athletic game or a theatrical performance to see our community in action.

A Better Standard for Education

At King School, we seek more than achievement for our students. We open minds and spark courageous thinking.

Every day, our students discover and forge their unique paths to excellence as we teach, guide, and cheer them on.

Because when we set better standards for both the experience and outcomes of education, students cultivate the insights and heart to own their future.