As we get closer to the end of the school year, more of our Grade 12 students have decided where they are taking their next steps! Chase has accepted his offer to University of Toronto for a Bachelor of Applied Science! Chase was also recognized as a University of Toronto Scholar, which gives him a $7500 scholarship. Way to go, Chase!
King’s partnered with an excellent local barn, Benchmark Equestrian, to offer introductory horseback riding lessons. Every Thursday afternoon, our King’s bus drives our students to the barn where they learn everything about horses! What a fun extra-curricular opportunity!
As more university acceptances have been rolling in for our grade 12’s, Amalia is the second to accept her first choice university! Amalia is headed to the University of York to study a Bachelor of Science in Nursing! Way to go, Amalia!
Today was KING’S ANNUAL EGG HUNT
Every year since the near beginning of King’s, there has always been an egg hunt! Students scrambled down the hill to collect plastic eggs and trade them in at the Bunny Hop Shop for chocolate and other treats!! Only condition was that all players couldn’t use a bag, but rather only their clothing pockets!! What a fun day!
Who can grow the tallest SUNFLOWER?!
Mr. Mitchner’s Grade 10 science class is competing for the title of the best-grown sunflower! Each student was given the same seed, soil and pot to grow their sunflower, but are welcome to do what they please to encourage it to grow!
Stay tuned for updates as the sunflowers start to grow!!
ATTENTION: Several regional buses have been cancelled due to icy and dangerous driving conditions. In the interests of everyone’s safety, King’s College School will be closed today for both in-class and online learning.
Classes will resume as normal on Wednesday, January 18th.
Stay safe and enjoy your day!
It’s official… we have our Haliburton teams!
This years theme is Winnie the Pooh, where we have the Piglets vs the Poohs. Every year, our grade 9-12’s head to Haliburton for a week long trip that’s filled with leadership, bonding and fun! The excitement is real!
The first of many posts from our graduation & awards ceremony….
Friends make the world a brighter place
Today in Chemistry, some of our grade 11’s created the periodic table out of cupcakes! What a fun way to learn!
CONGRATULATIONS TO SCOTT & SPENCER! Two of our graduates, Spencer & Scott, accepted their university offers! Scott will be headed to Western to study medical science and Spencer will be headed to Schulich for business. We are so proud of you two!