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 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.
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.
Standout student-athlete and Senior Elizabeth Boeckman recently sat down with David Fierro of the Greenwich Time to share her journey from growing up in London, England, to the amazing support she's received attending King School, and her decision to continue her swimming career at Princeton University next Fall...
King students have many different opportunities to pursue their passions as they grow as learners and people. The Class of 2019 has achieved success in the classroom, on the athletic fields, on the stage, and now they are preparing to pursue lives of ongoing inquiry in college. Congratulations to the 39 seniors who have been accepted and have already committed to attend their first choice college or university.
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