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King School earns College Board AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award

King School is proud to have has earned the College Board AP Computer Science Female Diversity Award for achieving high female representation in AP Computer Science Principles. Thank you to our dedicated Faculty, who support our students every day and encourage them to explore a high level of intellectual curiosity and a cultivate a strong independent work ethic. 

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Grade 8 shoots for the stars in the Annual Rocket Launch

Grade 8 students tested the laws of physics in May as they presented their Rocket Projects and participated in the Annual Rocket Launch. The Rocket Project/Launch is the finale to the year in Conceptual Physical Science (CPS). CPS is the first detailed introduction to physical science for students, covering concepts in physics and chemistry.

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US Science Fair showcases student research and innovative experiments

There were 65 projects from 98 total students and all of them included stringent statistical analyses even at the Grade 9 level, every hypothesis was tested in at least three different ways, and finally, with the inclusion of student projects from the Advanced Science Program for Independent Research and Engineering (ASPIRE) program, this year marked the first time that students presented rigorous, high-level research that was performed off-campus in professional laboratories.

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Math Team success includes a perfect score for Cam Raker '19 and a second-place team finish

Congratulations to the members of our Math Team who competed in the State Competition, which took place on April 4 at Haddam-Killingworth High School. Out of all "Small" schools in the competition - there are 22 schools in this category - King placed second behind Christian Heritage. Also, Cam Raker '19 achieved a perfect score for the second year in a row. 

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Grade 10 team showcases their trained robot at Annual Machine Learning Symposium

Earlier this month, Grade 10 students Ryan Heaton, Sammy Hillenmeyer, and Alex Lim attended the 13th Annual Machine Learning Symposium at the New York Academy of Sciences where they met employees of Google and leaders in the field of Computer Science from Stanford University, WashU, and other institutions. They were chosen to attend and represent King at this event because their US Science Fair Project involves teaching a robot to learn and solve a maze on its own.

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