610 students are enrolled in Grades 9 through 12.
King’s arranges for daily transportation from Burlington, Oakville, Mississauga, Milton, Georgetown and beyond. See our Bus Route & Schedule page for more information.
The school is an independent entity controlled by the members who appoint the Board of Directors.
The King’s staff recognizes that each student is an individual, a beautiful creation. We value differences, knowing that these differences add a richness to classroom discussions. There is no disadvantage.
Our students welcome new students as if you are the newly adopted child in our home. Our seniors deliberately seek out new students in order to help them become involved and feel comfortable in their new environment. Initiation rites are not part of the King’s culture.
All students are encouraged to become involved in school activities. Senior students transferring to King’s need to complete a transfer form to be eligible to play intra-school sports.
A laptop is not required to be a King’s student. However, many students find a laptop helpful in taking notes, in organizing materials and in the preparation of class assignments. The King’s campus provides wireless connectivity.
We encourage all students to become leaders. Leadership is developed by attending conferences, organizing school events, participating in clubs and sports, seeking election to student government and membership in the King’s Prefect Program.
King’s graduates are sought after by all the leading universities across Canada as well as the elite Ivy League colleges in the U.S.
The King’s Student Services Staff will assist all students in preparing for the tests as well as arranging for a test date and location.