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King’s Virtual Classes

During the school closures, all King’s students are continuing their education doing classes at home. All King’s students will be able to get their credits and will be well prepared for the coming grade, or for our grads, for first year university. We are so grateful to our amazing faculty who are ensuring that all classes are being held every day at the regular times by using virtual meetings, Microsoft teams, phone calls, texts and emails.

Congratulations Jasmine

King’s would like to congratulate Jasmine on her acceptance to Ryerson’s Philosophy program, Queen’s Univerisity’s Arts (BAH) and Queen’s Arts – Bader International Study Centre – Herstmonceux Castle, England (BAH)

Congratulations Connor

Congratulations to Connor who was one of only 125 students from across the province accepted into the Science and Aviation program at the University of Waterloo.  At the end of his university years, Connor will have both an Undergraduate Science degree and his commercial pilots license. He has also been accepted to the University of Guelph for Systems Engineering.  Well done, Connor!

Congratulations Dmytro

King’s would like to congratulate Dmytro for his acceptances into Laurentian University’s Motion Picture Arts program and Laurier’s Game Design program.

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day was so much fun at King’s. The elementary students organized a dress down day (one could wear red, pink, or white) and the sale of Oreograms (for 10 cents each, one could send an Oreo to other students or to a teacher to celebrate Valentine’s Day) in support of our sister school in Cameroon. The student committee spent an entire day packaging the Oreograms as over 3,000 Oreos were sold! The elementary students also organized the number of games for everyone – teachers and high school students included. A great day was had by all.

Kortright Centre for Conservation

The Grade 9 and 10 Green Industries class spent a day at the Kortright Centre studying climate change and touring two examples of Net Zero homes.  It was fascinating to learn about what could be done to reduce our own carbon footprint in our homes. 

Congratulations Nicole

Each year, Immerse Education sponsors an essay writing competition which provides scholarships to students to attend the Cambridge Summer School which enables motivated and ambitious students from around the word to gain insight into advanced subject material, learning directly from expert faculty members from leading universities including Cambridge University, Oxford University, and Harvard University.

We are so proud to announce that Nicole of the grade eleven class submitted an essay for the creative writing program and was offered a spot in the program along with a scholarship.

Polar Expressions

Polar Expressions is a Canadian publisher. Each year they hold national writing contests which are open to students in kindergarten through grade twelve. Each year they receive thousands of entries.

This year, Nicole in grade eleven and Dmytro in grade twelve submitted entries. Both of their entries were selected in the first round of judging. Their pieces will be published in a collection of written stories and will compete in the final round to be considered for one of the tree prizes being awarded for their grade.