High School Weekly News | September 13

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

Congratulations Mock Trial Team

King’s High School Mock Trial team had the privilege of competing at the Victory in Vegas Invitational from August 22-25. Nine students traveled to Nevada to compete against some of the best mock trial teams in the country. In addition to seeing the sights of Las Vegas, the team also competed in four rounds of competitive trial and came out 5th. Two King’s students also were recognized for outstanding performance, with Kathryn Morris winning the best overall witness, and Victoria Smith placed in the top four attorneys in the competition. Congratulations to these Knights!

One Knight Celebration

Please plan to attend our fun-filled carnival on Friday, September 27th from 3:00 to 5:00 with over 30 fun booths and snacks! Tickets can be pre-purchased at a discount using the order form and delivered to your student the week of the carnival. Order forms and cash or check can be dropped off in the school office. Proceeds benefit the King’s Schools class of 2020.

Cultural Exchange Program

High School students are invited to join Señora McCormick this fall in her fourth cultural exchange to the Lincoln school in Guadalajara, Mexico.  Click here for additional information and application. Applications are due on Wednesday, September 25th.

Exchange Program Information

 Volunteer Opportunity 

Have you been looking for a way to get more involved at King’s High School but you weren’t sure how? Parent Council is looking for a Student Appreciation Lead for the upcoming school year. This position would be responsible for requesting, organizing and setting up the much-coveted snacks provided for our students during mid-terms and finals. It is a great way to meet fellow parent volunteers and connect with students over one of their favorite things – food! If you are interested, please contact Michelle Hammond at [email protected] for more information and details.

Calling All Seniors!!!

We are looking forward to our retreat at Island Lake this Sunday to Monday (September 15-16). The busses depart from Mike Martin Gym at 9:30 so please be on time! Don’t forget to pack warm clothes, happy hearts, sleeping bags, notebook and Bible, and toiletries (check your classes’ Instagram for a complete list of what to bring). Looking forward to seeing what is “Up Next” for our class….both this year and beyond! We will return to Mike Martin Gym by 5:00 on Monday. Contact Mrs. Denton, Senior Council Advisor ([email protected]) or Scarlett Ren, Senior Class President ([email protected]) with any questions.

See You at the Pole on September 25th  

We are inviting all community members (students, staff, family members) to join us on September 25th for the annual See You at the Pole National event.  We will start at 7:00 a.m. at the seal in front of the high school building. We will then proceed into a prayer walk around campus to pray for our schools and finishing at the seal to pray for our churches, city, state, and country. We will end around 7:50 so students can get to their buildings. It will be a great time of community prayer and worship. To see what happens around the nation, go to www.syatp.com.

Announcing Kaleidoscope

Our first dance of the year, Kaleidoscope, will be held on Saturday, September 21st  from 7:00 to 10:00 pm at King’s High School. Tickets will be sold in the high school lounge next week during lunch. There will be games, fun snacks, and dancing!

Parking: King’s Ave for parent drop off, King’s Garden parking and Seniors will be allowed in the Senior lot. We encourage friends and families to carpool!
Theme: “Flavortown”: Dress up as food, your favorite chef, cooking supplies, or anything else related to food!
Price: $20 presale during lunch, $25 at the door
Just a reminder that dress code still applies, this is a King’s event! We look forward to seeing everyone there!