Visit Our Campus

Campus may be closed, but our learning community continues. 

One of our signature admission events is Coffee and Conversation, and given that our campus is closed, we want you to grab your coffee and join us for an online webinar to get to know King School on April 7. See our campus


Join us for a Coffee and Conversation online

Upcoming dates: 4/7

10:00-10:30 a.m.

Meet with our Director of Admission and Financial Access Nina Newman as she hosts a panel discussion about King School with Head of School Dr. Karen E. Eshoo, Associate Head of School for Program, Head of Upper School Marnie Sadlowsky, Head of Middle School Dr. Josh Deitch, and Head of Lower School Amy Vorenberg.  They will give you an overview of King’s expert Faculty, academic excellence, kind community, and admission process. Plus, prospective families will be able to ask any questions to the panelists.   Families for PreK- Grade 11 are welcome.

See our campus

Join us for Coffee and Conversation

Upcoming dates: 4/28, 5/5

9:45-11:30 a.m.

Visiting campus is the best way to get to know King School’s Faculty, programs, facilities, and most importantly, our students. 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.

 


The Admission Office Team is working remotely at this time and would love an opportunity to connect with prospective families.  Please email admission@kingschoolct.org or call (203) 322-3496, Ext. 350 to reach out to us 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.

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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.