November 2017- Our Senior class went to visit the New York State Capitol building as participants in our Government course instructed by Mr. Jason. After receiving a tour of the capitol building, the class spent some time with New York State Senator Betty Little on the Senate chamber’s floor. The...
Pictured here our 10th graders get started checking out our new chrome books October 2017. Soon with improved infrastructure, more devices will be able to have good internet access at one time. Whereas we at King's believe that technology can never take the place of human connection, we also believe...
Oliver Maynard is pictured here sharing his experiences of his first missions trip to Kenya with his mom and dad. The Maynard family have made numerous voyages for Hope For Kenya, with Church of the Nations, the hosting homebase church of The King's School! Oliver already has the "RFA" spirit...
K-12th Grade students together compete for their teams in this years WalkaThon on October 6th. Students collect pledged for each mile they complete for specific school improvements each year! Thank you, students and staff for your School Spirit!
Bible class in Mrs. Wells First Grade classroom has been learning all about our Christian flag, whose colors stand for Christ's shed blood (red), purity of heart (white), and heaven and faith (blue). The lesson culminated in the students creating their own edible Christian flag! Go, First Grade!
This May 2017 Mrs. Staple's Health Class successfully earned their CPR training and certification hosted by King's Head Nurse Kristy Fischer. Well done, senior class of 2017. Now you really are "ready for anything"!
Just in time before Easter Break, our students enjoyed a wonderful Birds of Prey presentation in the sanctuary on Thursday, April 13, 2017 by owner and bird enthusiast Trish. From the tiny screech owl to the huge red tailed hawk, K-12th grade students and staff agree, the birds were a...
As our ninth graders launch into a Solar System Earth Science unit, Mrs. Nicholson decided to make a day of it and invited grades 7-9 for a day of fun at the Museum of Innovation and Science in Schenectady, New York on March 13th, 2017. After a breathtaking planetarium presentation...
One very special feature about The King's School Elementary Science Fair is the incredible opportunity for older students to connect with younger ones. As well as moms, dads, teachers, and other meaningful people in a child's life, a teenager has an incredible impact on an admiring youngster. Knowing that the...
Valentine's Day at The King's School - If you don't know who Valentine really was, and the real reason we celebrate love on this day, look him up! He was a great Christian man who gave his life defending the sanctity of marriage.