High School Weekly News | February 14

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


With only a month to go, we are definitely on the home stretch! BUY YOUR TICKETS NOW FOR A KNIGHT AT THE RACES!

Remember, even if you can’t attend the auction, you can still enter the raffle to win a $5000 tuition credit – with the drawing on February 28th.  What could you do with an extra $5000? GET YOUR RAFFLE TICKETS NOW!

There are still lots of available spots to help make this night a huge success for our teachers and students, so please SIGN UP HERE TO HELP WITH THIS AMAZING COMMUNITY EVENT – there is something for everyone!

IT’S NOT TOO LATE TO DONATE!  We are still specifically in need of bottles of wine for the wine grab and “experience” donations, and of course, we are thrilled to receive items from our Amazon Wish list.  Email us at [email protected] with any questions.

Sailing Club

Great opportunity for your students! KHS Sailing Club is looking for anyone who loves the water and would be interested in sailing competitively. There are fantastic college scholarship opportunities, and sailing provides a good workout with tons of fun! Students will build relationships and meet people from all over the Pacific NW! Sailing strengthens team building and communication, giving students lifelong skills. Practices start the first week of March and go throughout the spring. Practices are at Sail Sand Point on Wednesdays from 3:00-6:00 PM and at Corinthian Yacht Club on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 4:00-7:00. Racing is on the weekends and carpool is available. If scheduling is a potential issue due to prior commitments, just let me know. This program is flexible, there are scholarships available, and there are amazing coaches with lots of experience. No real commitment is needed- just come out to try it! No experience necessary!

If interested contact: Isabelle McNabb at [email protected]

Kenya 2020 Collections

Please support King’s High School Kenya 2020 Mission Trip by donating any unused, unneeded sporting goods!

  • Baseballs, mitts & batts
  • Soccer balls, footballs, basketballs, volleyballs
  • Jump ropes
  • Sportswear
  • Frisbees, etc.!

There will be a collection box in the main office. The donated items will be delivered to children in Kenya! Thank you for your support!


  • Knight of the Arts – Sunday, March 15 (5:00-7:00 p.m.) in Schirmer Auditorium

Join Living Faith and KHS Live for an afternoon of food, comedy, music and fun!  Ticket includes a pasta bar dinner (dessert sold separately) and all proceeds from your ticket go towards student’s Spring Mission Trip costs. Come to see a first-time-ever mission movie of your peers and enjoy dinner, music, and comedy all for just $20 per person.  This event happens once a year!

Tickets will be sold by Living Faith & KHS Live Students starting February 14.  You can also purchase tickets on-line at brownpapertickets.com (Search:  King’s Schools – Knight of the Arts). For more information and/or tickets, please contact [email protected]

  • KHS Father-Daughter Dance – Friday, April 24, 6:30-9:30 p.m. @ Seattle Golf Club

(fathers, grandfathers, uncles or any male role model in your life that inspires you!)

You are invited to an evening of dinner, laughter and (a little) dancing at the beautiful Seattle Golf Club!  Guest speakers Micah and Lauren Blair will be sharing some inspiring words. Keep an eye out for an official invitation sent in early March.

Questions?  Contact Ann Faris [email protected] or Suzanne Rettenmier [email protected]

  • CyberKnights- Unveiling

Our King’s High School FRC Robotics team, The CyberKnights, will be holding their annual Robot Unveiling Event! At this event, robotics teams from all over the Pacific Northwest are invited to come and share their robot and CAD designs. This is a great chance for teams to network and share ideas and strategies before the first week of competition season which starts the next weekend. This event has attracted teams from all over the world including Uganda, Australia, Israel, and Vietnam, who watch through live streams and participate by submitting videos and video-calling in. After weeks of stressful planning and building, this event is the perfect opportunity for robotics teams to celebrate what they have achieved during their 6 week build season.

When: Saturday, February 15th from 6:00-9:00 p.m. – Schirmer Auditorium

The event can also be viewable at: https://www.twitch.tv/firstwa_blue1.

The CyberKnights will also be competing at Glacier Peak High School Saturday, February 29th and Sunday, March 1st in their first of 3 district competitions in the 2020 season. The competition is open to the public if you are interested in stopping by and cheering on the King’s High School team!