High School Weekly News | March 9

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

Environmental Science Class
On Saturday, the environmental science class partnered with UW students and the City of Shoreline to restore the habitat at Richmond Beach Saltwater Park. The restoration efforts are part of a long-term project to remove invasive plants, establish native species, and reinforce the hillside to prevent erosion. This is the seventh consecutive year that King’s High School has contributed to this restoration project. If anyone is interested in being a part of these efforts, parents and students can participate by volunteering at Richmond Beach Saltwater Park on Saturday, March 31 from 10 am to 2 pm. Service hours are available, but a signed waiver form is required for anyone under the age of eighteen. Contact Mrs. Archer for more details at [email protected].

Looking for a Summer Job?
King’s Kids Club is looking for group leaders for their summer program at the elementary school! Summerbreak runs from June 18th through August 24th and these jobs will be full time during the ten week program. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age. If you are interested, please contact Mr. Kelly at [email protected] or Mrs. Gillies at [email protected] or stop by in person at the elementary school. We would love to hear from you this week!

NHS Celebrates Pi Day
Next Monday and Tuesday National Honor Society will be selling slices of pie for $1 each in the lounge, to be delivered to flex block classes on Pi Day (Wednesday the 14th). Please buy a slice of pie for yourself and some friends and help us celebrate Pi Day!

Knight of the Arts
Please join us on Saturday, March 17th at 7:00 p.m. for Knight of the Arts, a night of music, comedy and great food featuring Living Faith and KHS Live. Tickets are only $10 and may be purchased at brownpapertickets.com or from students in Living Faith and KHS Live on starting Monday, March 12th through the 15th in the Student Lounge at lunchtime. This is a wonderful night to bring your friends, hear great music and laugh to some amazing comedy. Concessions will be sold.  For more information or tickets please contact, Mary Hudon at [email protected] or (206) 546-7335.

Congratulations to the State DECA Winners
King’s High School sent 48 DECA students to compete at the DECA State Career and Development Conference in Bellevue last weekend. Congratulations to the 13 students who earned competitive bids to attend the International Career and Development Conference (ICDC) in Atlanta, Georgia on April 21-25.  Those students are: 2nd place winners Abby Weeks and Einya Densmore, 3rd place winner Jenae McInnes, 4th place winners Cristina Cavero and Drew Brennan, 5th place winners Josh Cizek and Rachel Cameron, 6th place winners Julia Nichols, Josh Cizek, Olivia Hjelle, Nic Wiseman and Jack Zhou, and 7th place winners Ben Haberman, Drew Brennan and Caroline Kulits.

AP Test Registration
If you are currently taking an AP class and are planning to take an AP test in May, it’s time to register. The registration window goes through March 15th. Keep in mind you will be charged a “restocking fee” if you end up not taking a test you registered for. Registration begins today! Please note: This is not for students interested in applying for future AP courses.

AP & Honors Applications
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 will accepted through Thursday, March 15th.

Attention Sophomores
Are you interested in taking the PSAT?  During your junior year, all students will take the PSAT which is a practice for the SAT college entrance exam. We will be offering the PSAT here at King’s to all interested sophomore students on Saturday, April 28th beginning at 8:00 a.m. You may be asking, “Why would I want to take the PSAT as a sophomore when I am taking it as a junior?”  This is a great question!  For the top 1 to 3% of junior PSAT scores, there may be National Merit distinctions and scholarships. The PSAT doesn’t change much from year to year, and if you are interested is familiarizing yourself with the test, this is true testing opportunity. If you would like to take the sophomore PSAT on April 28th at 8:00 a.m., please sign up at the link below. The cost for the test is $20 (charged to your tuition account) and the deadline for signups is March 15th.  Questions? Contact Mrs. Matthias at [email protected]. Sophomore PSAT Sign-up:  https://tinyurl.com/10thPSAT

Interested in Trying out for KHS Cheer?  Mark Your Calendar!! 

  • We will have a mandatory meeting for students at lunch in Ms. Wasson’s room, room 301 in Ella Kay Ness on Tuesday, April 24th.
  • Mandatory parent meeting of students interested in trying out on Tuesday, April 24th at 7:00 pm in room 301 of Ella Kay Ness.
  • Tryouts will be May 8-11. Additional details will be available as the date approaches.

Father Daughter Dance
King’s High School will be holding its bi-annual Father-Daughter Dance at the Seattle Golf Club on Saturday, April 28th at 6:30 p.m. Girls, invite your father (or grandfather, uncle, another father-figure in your life) for an evening of dinner, entertainment, dessert and dancing.  This a great chance to dress up (attire is semi-formal) and spend a special evening with your #1 fan. Questions? Please contact Laura Fleming at: [email protected]