High School Weekly News | March 2

Please contact Judy Kelly [email protected] if you have any questions!

Guest Speaker Next Thursday for Students and Parents
Next Thursday, March 9, King’s High School will be hosting an expert on adolescent and early adult drug and addiction issues. Dr. Jason Kilmer from the University of Washington will be addressing the high school student body in an assembly beginning at 2:00. Dr. Kilmer speaks around the country at colleges, universities, to NCAA teams and organizations like the National Football League on issues of substance abuse.

Dr. Kilmer will also be addressing the King’s parent community at 7:00 p.m. in Schirmer Auditorium. Have you ever wondered how marijuana impacts memory and attention?  What is alcohol’s impact on sleep?  Get the answers to these and other questions as this interactive presentation considers the “Top Ten Things Parents Need to Know” in addition to what we as a community can do to support our youth.  If you want to learn more about keeping students safe and healthy as they go through school (or even get ready to enter college), this presentation is for you! I would highly encourage you to join us as we learn together about the issues our kids are facing.  

AP Testing Registration
If you are currently taking an AP course and are planning to take an AP test in May, please stop by the main office and sign up with Mrs. White. We will be ordering tests based on these sign-ups! The registration deadline is Wednesday, March 15th! Please note: This is not for students interested in applying for future AP courses.

Knight of the Arts
Tickets are on sale now for Knight of the Arts! Tickets may be purchased from KHS Live and Living Faith students only. Knight of the Arts will be held on Friday, March 24th and Saturday, March 25th at 7:00 p.m. in Schirmer Auditorium. You won’t want to miss this special event!

Plan to Attend Our Spring Concert
Please join us on Thursday, March 23rd at Trinity Lutheran Church in Lynnwood for our Spring Music Concert featuring, Abundant Life, Concert Choir, Living Faith and Chamber Orchestra. Everyone is invited to this free concert.

Congratulations to Mock Trial!
King’s Mock Trial advances to state for the 7th year in a row!! In a very tight match coming down to just ONE point, the Mock Trial team took 3rd place at the District competition last week. The team competed against Bothell High School, Meridian High School and Arch Bishop Murphy; Junior Varsity and Varsity teams. Caroline Kulits and Jake Orme received votes for best attorney while Wesley Bahng, Eneya Kwesele, Adam Payne and Jake Orme received votes for best witness. King’s will compete at the State Mock Trial Competition in Olympia March 24 thru 26th.  Way to go Knights!

AP & Honors Applications Now Available
Are you interested in taking honors or AP courses next year? How about participating in arts programs such as Living Faith or KHS Live? Applications to these courses are now available! Below you will find the link to all honors, Advanced Placement, and selective arts course applications. These applications may be accessed by clicking the appropriate link. You will find specific instructions on the application itself. Please note that all applications are due to the main high school office by 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, March 15th. Applications must be received by the deadline to be considered for the class.

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Moral Revolution Conference March 17-18
In a generation overwhelmed by conflicting messages about love, lust and relationships, we need to support our young people with a better way. Westgate Chapel in Edmonds is hosting a 2-day conference helping to define healthy sexuality by providing resources that equip and empower society to live in wholeness. More information is available at http://moralrevolution.com/.  If you are interested, Mrs. Kelly has some free tickets available in the office.