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Tastes of Africa Fundraising Has Begun

The annual Tastes of Africa fundraising has begun. Thanks to the Palgrave Cafe & Sandwich Shoppe for their generous donation of a coupon for a large pizza of your choice

Congratulations Grads!

We are so proud of all our grads – Leah, Madison, Lucy, and Matthew! All of our grads have received their early acceptances to university.  Congratulations to all of you – we know you will be amazing!

Last Ski Day of the Season

Last Ski Day of the 2014/2015 year is next Friday, February 27 – See you on the great hills of the Caledon Ski Club!

“The Best” – Conversation Three

Conversation series by John Eta To continue from our last conversation about each child becoming the best, it is important to note that the vast majority of students have the capacity to become the best they can be or the best […]

Your child becoming 'The best' – continued

The Best – Conversation Two – series by John Eta In the first conversation, we talked about the fact that nearly all parents want their children to be ‘the best’, as opposed to ‘the rest’.  Most parents want their children to […]

King’s Ideas – Your Child Becoming ‘The Best’

Conversation series by John Eta “The Best” is understood to be those who outperform “The Rest”.  In society today, especially in this global village world, to be the best is to be one who is offered the greatest quantity and […]

Starting Young to Develop a Social Conscience

For the past couple of weeks, the elementary art class at King’s has had great fun creating hand-made cards for Dare Arts, and they were anxious to show them off before they were given to the volunteers from Dare Arts. […]

What Leadership Means to Me by Katelyn B., Grade 12

Leadership was never something that I thought much about until I came to King’s. When I arrived in grade 8, I started to hear the word ‘leader’ and gradually developed my own definition of leadership:a combination of volunteering, stepping up […]

Remembrance Day and the Profound Need for Peace

On this Remembrance Day morning, one is deeply and profoundly reminded of the desperate need for peace, understanding, and compassion in our world. We commemorated Remembrance Day at school on Friday, and it was made even more poignant and immediate […]