High School Weekly News | March 29

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

Incoming Juniors & Seniors – Apply for a CRISTA Internship!

Is your incoming junior or senior interested in interning for the ministries and resource departments at CRISTA? Through the CRISTA internships, your student can earn high school credits AND gain valuable experience in a professional work environment. For more information, click here to watch a short video on the internship program. Applications to the following internships are due to Mrs. Nield or the main high school office by Wednesday, April 17th and 3:00pm. If you have any questions, please contact Mrs. Nield at [email protected] or 206.546.7284.


Royal Brougham Scholarship

Seniors who are planning to attend a Christian College or University next year are encouraged to apply for the Royal Brougham Scholarship, offered by Crista Ministries.  Requirements for the scholarship can be found online. The application is due April 26th. Seniors are also encouraged to check Naviance for an updated list of scholarships they may be eligible for. Please contact [email protected] with any questions. 

ASB Applications!

Calling all JUNIORS who are interested in serving King’s High School in the 2019-2020 school year: Are you passionate about King’s High School and interested in how you can serve the student body and entire campus more? If so, apply to be on the 2019-2020 KHS ASB. We are currently taking applications for all open positions including: President, Vice President, Administrator, Activities Rep, Homecoming Rep, Spiritual Life Rep, and Pubic Relations Rep. You can find applications here or drop by Mrs. White’s desk in the main office. All applications are due to Mrs. White no later than APRIL 12 at 3:15pm. If you have any questions, ask Dr. Troutman in Room 226 or email [email protected].

Sophomore College Seminar Night

Save the date for the Sophomore College Seminar Night on Wednesday, April 17th at 7:00pm in the Learning Commons. Students and parents are encouraged to attend. The counseling staff will provide information on high school course tracking, junior year, and college timelines. Questions about the event? Contact [email protected].

KHS Radio

Do you need something to do during your coffee break? Or, are you tired of listening to the same radio stations in the car? KHS Radio is here for you, parents and students! KHS Radio’s stories are directly published on anchor.fm/khs-radio and are available for download on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and wherever you download podcasts.

Our stories are published by and for King’s students. Go directly to the website link above and press play!

If you want to know more about the KHS Radio team, go to our website: tinyurl.com/khsradio and follow us on Instagram and Snapchat @KHSQuill.

Mock Trial

Congratulations to the Mock Trial for a great State run. The teams battled through four very challenging rounds to emerge in an impressive 3rd and 10th place.  Receiving special accolades are the following students:

Best Witness Votes:

  • Colton Fleming
  • WIlliam Marquart
  • Wesley Bahng
  • Diego Lomba
  • Duncan Angiuli
  • Liv Peterson
  • Ben Gardner
  • Ralen Kovara

Best Attorney Votes:

  • Wesley Bahng
  • Kathryn Morris
  • Kat Kirkpatrick
  • Victoria Smith
  • Elizabeth Anderson
  • Jay Jang
  • Colton Fleming

Living Faith


Congratulations to Living Faith for an amazing performance at the Frank DeMiero Festival! Michaela Testerman, Diego Lomba, and Bella Olson were three students recognized as Outstanding Musicians!