King School sets a better standard for education.
Students in grades PreK through 12 engage in an expansive curriculum focused on student-driven inquiry and experiential learning. King School’s teaching methodology is guided by educational best practices and focused on strong relationships with faculty — creating a foundation for courageous thinking. King opens minds and encourages lifelong curiosity.
They value diversity and are inspired by different backgrounds, perspectives, and lived experiences. King students chart their own path and arrive at the nation’s top colleges confident, prepared, and ready to make an impact. King graduates are better prepared to better the world.
When young learners see education as a place to experiment, create, construct, and connect, they develop a more expansive mindset about what school can offer them. They experience education as a path of discovery, understanding, wonder, and joy. These ideas are grounded in the Reggio-Emilia inspired, project-based teaching and learning practiced at King School. We encourage our PreKindergarten, starting at age 3, and Kindergarten learners to collaboratively explore intentionally created vibrant classroom spaces where children are actively engaged in the process of learning from the earliest ages.