On Tuesday, June 25, King School proudly welcomes 2019 NCAA National Champion and University of Virginia Men's Lacrosse Head Coach, Lars Tiffany to campus for a free grades 5-8 Middle School lacrosse clinic (6:30 - 7:15 p.m. on the King Turf), reception, and talk titled, "Don't Ever Give Up: The 2019 UVA Men's Lacrosse Season" (7:15 - 8:45 p.m. in the King Performing Arts Center).
King High School Athletics offers a diverse, competitive program designed as an essential component of each student’s overall educational experience. The range of offerings provides students with the opportunity to compete on a variety of high school Varsity and JV and Middle School teams. King strives to instill a true sense of sportsmanship in each student athlete, and to prepare teams and individuals to perform at their very best. Learn how Micah Hauben, Dean of Athletics, describes the impact and exciting future of the King Athletic program.
Since 2007, King has captured 23 FAA League Championships, 14 FAA Tournament Championships, 14 NEPSAC Championships, and 8 awards for sportsmanship. While winning at King is paramount, our students understand that winning only has value when coupled with respect for our opponents.
Being an athlete at King means being a member of a team, committing oneself to a common goal, and giving 100%. King athletes are not only representatives of their teams, but also of the School. Our athletes embody the positive attributes of teamwork, sportsmanship, respect, commitment, self-discipline, and loyalty.
At King, excellence occurs in a community context. On Prize Day, we called out individuals' names as embodiments of excellence, but the fact is that no one can achieve anything alone. "Teachers, classmates' comments or debates in class or in study groups or teams, great assignments, careful coaching - this is what supports excellence."
King put together another memorable win on Thursday against the MacDuffie School (8-7) and now advances to the New England Small Prep Schools Baseball Championship Game on Saturday at 2:00 p.m. at Providence Country Day School, where they will face the Winchendon School (MA.).
Join us on Thursday, May 16, in the Upper School Gym (3:20 p.m.) as seven King School standout Senior student-athletes will be recognized and celebrated in front of friends, family members, and the rest of the King Community for their tremendous accomplishment of moving on to participate in college athletics at the NCAA Division III Level next Fall!
A rainy morning after King Varsity Girls Lacrosse defeated Miss Halls School (15-7) at home and King Varsity Boys Lacrosse beat Kingswood Oxford (10-4) on the road, the Vikings racked up another important victory together on Sunday as they welcomed Harlem Lacrosse for their annual clinic, lunch, and donation drive and fundraising efforts at King.
Congratulations to Mallory Ehlers for being named Scholar Athlete of the Week by News 12 CT and Norwalk Hospital.
Congratulations to former King School standout student-athlete Morgan Riley ('18), who will be honored for earning the Young Woman of Distinction award presented by the YWCA Darien/Norwalk. The award goes to recognize the outstanding accomplishments of a woman under 21 years of age and highlights Morgan's tremendous work with Harlem Lacrosse during her time at King.
The 2019 Spring Season officially gets underway when the Vikings kick-off Spirit Week with their "King of Spring" event this coming weekend at King School.
The King School Vikings football program is one of the newest members of the Evergreen Football League starting with the Fall 2019 season.
The King China Trip begins this week as King Global Studies and Mandarin Language students embark on a global studies and world language trip from March 7 – March 17 in Shanghai, Chengdu, Xi'an and Beijing, and features the Vikings Varsity Boys Basketball team competing in three exhibition games in Shanghai and Beijing.
On Wednesday morning in the Performing Arts Center on the campus at King School, student-athletes and teams were honored and recognized at the annual Winter Athletics Assembly by the school and their coaches for their outstanding contributions and achievements during the 2018-19 Winter Athletics season.
King School is proud to share the news that Varsity Boys Soccer Head Coach Enzennio Mallozzi has been nominated as a national finalist for the Double-Goal Coach of the Year Award by the Positive Coaching Alliance. After receiving nearly 1,000 nominations representing 47 states, 50 winners will be selected by judges in the coming weeks to accept the honor at PCA's National Youth Sports Awards & Benefit on April 27th at Santa Clara University's Leavey Center.
A three-sport athlete in field hockey, squash, and lacrosse and active in community outreach with Harlem Lacrosse, Riley will be attending Duke University next Fall.
Night to Shine, a prom for teenagers and young adults with special needs, was held at Grace Farms in New Canaan on Friday, February 8 and was a memorable event the King School Varsity Girls Basketball was excited to take part in. Sponsored by the Tim Tebow Foundation, individuals with special needs and disabilities from across Fairfield County attended the annual gathering with volunteer buddies and enjoyed an evening with friends they won't soon forget.
King School Varsity Ice Hockey has been a bright spot this Winter season in Stamford thanks to the stellar play of goalie, Charlie Feinstein ('20). The Junior shares his thoughts about forming a hockey brotherhood this season, how he's grown as a player, and emerging as a leader on the ice for the Vikings.
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