High School Weekly News | March 8

Please contact Theresa Cline at [email protected] if you have any questions.


Auction News

The King’s Auction is next week – March 15th.  Click here to see all the great items we have in our Live Auction.

You can still buy a raffle ticket for a $10,000 tuition discount for next year. The winner will be announced at the auction, but you do not need to be present to win.  Click here to get your tickets.

Speech and Debate News

A huge congratulations to sophomores Victoria Smith and Elizabeth Anderson for winning their events at the National Qualifier! They will both be moving on to compete in Dallas this upcoming June. An additional congratulations to sophomore Meg Travis, who will serve as a second alternate. The Speech and Debate team now prepares for the State Tournament on March 16th, at the University of Puget Sound.

All updates for the King’s Speech and Debate team can be found on their Instagram profile, @khs_speech_debate

State DECA Winners

44 DECA students competed at the DECA State Career and Development Conference in Bellevue February 28th – March 2nd, 2019.   Eight (8) students earned competitive bids to attend the International Career and Development Conference (ICDC) in Orlando, Florida, April 26 – May 1, 2019.  Those students are:

Student Name Category (Individual Events) Place
Jack Zhou Business Finance 3rd
Daniel Harbert Entrepreneurship 7th
Jeffrey Weber Marketing Communications 2nd
Lucy Bogen Marketing Communications 4th
Joanne Yi Marketing Communications 7th
Kathryn Morris Restaurant & Food Service 1st
Student Name Category (Papers)
Nic Wiseman Business Growth Plan 3rd
Jeffrey Webber Public Relations 2nd

King’s High School Living Faith Concert

FREE ADMISSION – Wednesday, March 20th, 7:00-8:00 p.m. – Cristwood Activities Center. Please come to support your friends in Living Faith and listen to great  music.

Knight of the Arts – Tomorrow Night

An evening of music, improv and gourmet desserts will be presented by the King’s High School Living Faith Group and KHS Live Improv Group on Saturday, March 9 (7:00-9:00 p.m.) in Schirmer Auditorium.  Tickets now on sale through brownpapertickets.com.  All proceeds from ticket and dessert sales go towards Living Faith’s Spring mission trip to Tucson, Arizona. This is a night you won’t want to miss!  For more information, please contact [email protected].

Student Volunteer Opportunity!

This week the Environmental Science students welcomed Shoreline’s Mayor Will Hall to King’s High School. He met with students to discuss the state’s plan to recover the southern resident pod of orcas in the Puget Sound. He helped students identify the actions they can take to help the local salmon and orca populations. As a result, students are writing letters to their state representatives to urge them to move quickly to implement the recommendations of the Orca Task Force. As part of our community involvement, we will be volunteering at Richmond Beach Saltwater Park again this Saturday, March 9 from 10:00 am to noon. Come join us for the habitat restoration work and maybe spot some orcas. (Signed permission slips are required for students under the age of 18. See Mrs. Archer for details.)

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. Please see Mrs. White to sign up.  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 Courses

All students interested in Honors, Advanced Placement or select arts courses will need to submit an application to the main high school office by 3:30 p.m. on Friday, March 15th.

Links to these applications are listed below based on the grade students will enter next year.  You will find specific instructions on the application itself.  Decisions, along with math recommendations will be emailed home on Friday, March 22ndThe only application for a math course is AP Calculus.  All other math classes are based on student specific teacher recommendations.

Questions?  If so, feel free to contact the following:

  • 9/10 grade counselor               Charissa Matthias       [email protected]
  • 11/12 grade counselor             Heather Urie               [email protected]
  • Class Instructor                                                                Listed on the application

Please click on the appropriate link below to find the applications available for your grade level.

Next Year’s Sophomores:

Next Year’s Juniors:

Next Year’s Seniors: