Please contact Theresa Cline at [email protected] if you have any questions.
The Sun is Out!
We are all thankful to be celebrating the beautiful weather, especially after such a long winter, but as you dress for warmer days, please remember the dress code established for the school environment. Skirts and shorts must be no more than 5 inches from the middle of the knee. Tank tops with the sides cut out, spaghetti straps, or razor backs need to be saved for the weekend. Midriff coverage is a must. If you have questions about dress code, please feel free to stop by and talk with a counselor. Please see the Knight Guide for more information.
Announcing Junior Senior Ball!
The Class of 2020 is excited to announce this year’s Junior Senior Ball, held in honor of the Class of 2019, at MoPop in Downtown Seattle, on Friday, May 3rd. The theme for the dance is “Under the City Lights”. Tickets sales will take place during lunch starting Wednesday, April 17th through Friday, April 26th.
Tickets are $20 for seniors and $40 for juniors. If a junior or a senior invites an underclassman or someone who does not attend King’s, the ticket is $90; non-King’s students require a form available in the King’s office in advance. Ticket sales will take place at school during lunchtime from Wednesday, April 17 to Friday, April 26. Cash, checks or credit cards are accepted. Come one and all, in a group, with friends, or with a date!
Dress is formal and King’s dress code applies. The event will be amply chaperoned by King’s staff and teachers. A dessert bar will be provided on site by Wolfgang Puck Catering. There are many fine dining opportunities around the venue as well.
Community Service Hours Available on Morning of Saturday, May 11!
If you are not planning on participating in the SOS5K, we need your help! Volunteer positions include anything from bag check-in and handing out water to face painting and bouncy house attendants. You can volunteer for 2 hours or more!
Please CLICK HERE to see what best fits your interests. If you have any questions feel free to contact Brandis Roundy, Volunteer Coordinator at 206/546-7520 or [email protected].
Thank you for considering your support to SEEK OUT STOP CHILD TRAFFICKING!
Note: If you have any questions feel free to call Brandis Roundy at World Concern 206/546-7520 or email [email protected]. And if “CLICK HERE” Hyperlink does not work here is the back up address.
Over spring break, our CyberKnights competed at the PNW FRC Regional Champs against the best teams from Washington and Oregon taking 2nd in qualifications and 3rd overall. This gave us enough district points to finish 8th overall in the district and advance to the FRC World Championship in Houston. We were one of the few teams to “solo a rocket” which is a feat that not many teams nationwide are able to do. The CyberKnights will be competing in Houston at the FRC Championships with matches started next Thursday and running through Saturday. More information to follow!
Spring College Fairs
There are two upcoming college fairs at Seattle University that will be a great opportunity for students to gather information on multiple colleges and universities. The Pacific Northwest Association for College Admission Counseling (PNACAC) will host a college fair at Seattle University on April 27th from 10am-1pm. This is the second largest college fair in the Seattle area and will include close to 100 colleges and universities from across the country. For more information regarding location, parking, and colleges attending check the PNACAC website. The Association of Jesuit Colleges & Universities will also host a college fair at Seattle University on Thursday, May 2nd from 6-8pm, where students can meet representatives from Jesuit Universities across the country. You can find more information regarding this fair on Seattle University’s website. Questions? Contact [email protected].
Summer Opportunities Fair
Summer is a great time to try a new activity, take a class on a college campus, or volunteer in something meaningful. On Wednesday, April 24th during lunch, there will be a Summer Opportunities Fair in the Learning Commons where students can learn about ways they can get involved over the summer. Representatives from organizations like Camp BioMed, Digipen Institute, the Edmonds Discovery Program, King’s Camps, Operation Sack Lunch, Seattle University, and the Union Gospel Mission will be available to discuss ways that students can get involved over the summer. Please encourage your student to attend! Question? Contact [email protected]
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 26. Seniors are also encouraged to check Naviance for an updated list of scholarships for which they may be eligible. Please contact [email protected] with any questions.
May 2019 AP Test Takers
It is about that time… AP TESTING TIME!!! This is to inform all 2019 AP test takers about something you WILL NEED TO DO in order to take any AP test here at King’s this year. Please pay attention.
You MUST attend one of the scheduled pre-registration events listed below. Please look ahead and plan accordingly. Each event will be about 30 minutes in length. If you will be missing class you will need to first check in with your teacher AND get permission to miss class, prior to leaving! Bring a #2 pencil and a smile! Again, you WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO TAKE AN AP TEST if you do not attend one of these pre-registration events. You only need to attend 1 pre-registration event, regardless of how many AP tests you will be taking this year. **If AP Studio Art is your only AP participation this year, you do not have to complete this pre-registration process.
Thursday, April 25
- 8:15am in the Learning Commons
Friday, April 26
- Lunch in the Learning Commons
Tuesday, May 30
- Lunch in the Learning Commons
**Contact Mrs. Urie with any AP questions. [email protected]
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.
Interested in High School Cheer?
The High School Cheer Team is hosting cheer clinics for anyone who is interested in trying out for cheer. This will be an opportunity for students to gain experience and exposure to the program before tryouts. Anyone who comes will learn the basics of cheerleading along with getting to know the coaches and current cheerleaders. Eighth grade and high school students are welcome!
Clinic dates: April 18, 24, 30 at 3:30-5 in MMG.
Tryout dates: May 6-9 at 5:30-7 in KGG.
If you have any questions, please contact Emilie Brown at [email protected] or Michaela Hendrix at [email protected].