High School Weekly News | January 10

Please contact Jin You at [email protected] if you have any questions.

From Nancy White: THANK YOU

“To all of the families who blessed me with an AHmazing birthday celebration on Homecoming night, thank you so much.  I have been touched beyond words by the cards with beautiful messages, flowers, the cake, and the lovely gifts.  Thank you, thank you, thank you. -Mrs. White.  ?”


We are off and running for our 2020 Knight At the Races Auction!  Great items make for great auctions, so please help us make this amazing community event a huge success with your donation!  Every King’s family is asked to donate a minimum of $100 for the auction – you can do this by visiting our Amazon wish list at http://bit.ly/KingsAmazon and having your item shipped directly to the school. Experience donations are also wonderful – sports tickets, a vacation homestay, or an airline certificate!  We also love gift cards – restaurants, retailers, fun things to do or places to go…..they are all popular auction sellers.  So get your donation in now!  Any questions?  Email us at [email protected]

Moms in Prayer

Moms in Prayer meets every Thursday from 8:30-9:30 am in the Martin Center. If you have any questions or would like further information, please contact Paula Holt. 206.940.6674

College Counseling Presentation

Understanding Selective College Admissions

This presentation will examine the criteria for acceptance to highly selective colleges. Emails will be sent out if the event needs to be rescheduled due to weather.

When: Thursday, January 16th

Time: 7:00pm

Where: Learning Commons

King’s Winter Ball

All students are invited to this year’s Winter Ball on Saturday, February 1st! Located at the Sky View Observatory at the top of the Columbia Tower, there will be dinner, dancing, games, and an incredible view! This is a formal dance where students are encouraged to either go with a date or with a group of friends. Tickets will be sold Wednesday, January 15th – Wednesday, January 22nd in the student lounge. Parking is available onsite for $11 in the Columbia Center Parking Garage.

Date: Saturday, February 1st,2020

Time: 7-10pm (Dinner is included)

Location: Sky View Observatory at Columbia Tower (700 4th Ave, Floor 73, Seattle WA 98104)

Theme: Masquerade Ball (Note: This is NOT a costume-themed dance, but masquerade masks are optional)

Cost: $50/person (Note: $10 late fee for tickets purchased after January 22nd)

Parking: There is a parking garage at the Columbia Tower for $11. We highly recommend that students carpool to the dance.