Vision, Mission and the Beliefs that Guide Us
To provide the finest secondary education in a Christian environment that encourages self-discipline, creative thinking, and strong character development, and that equips students academically, socially, physically and spiritually, employing all talents to the honour of God.
To equip students to grow “in wisdom and stature, and in favour with God and man” (Luke 2:52).
The Beliefs That Guide Us
At King’s, we believe that the quality of education that a teenager receives is determined in large measure by the staff that interacts with them every day.
Think back to your own high school education. Perhaps you can remember one or two teachers who inspired you – to love learning, to think critically and creatively, to exceed even your own expectations. Now imagine a whole school filled with just such teachers.
We strive to hire exemplary teachers – gifted Christians with enthusiastic, pioneering spirits who are committed to helping your teenager flourish in a challenging academic environment. They are teachers of integrity who believe in the unique giftedness of each of their students and who provide positive role models in a wholesome, healthy educational environment.
King’s provides your teen with a well-rounded education, with a particular emphasis on achieving excellence in languages, maths, sciences and business. In equipping our students for university or the workforce, we provide a technology-rich environment where computers are essential learning tools. In addition to core subjects, the school offers a range of fine arts courses as well as a solid extracurricular program to encourage participation in athletic endeavours, visual arts, music, dramatic arts and other areas of interest.
We recognize that a safe and harmonious atmosphere is of primary concern to both parents and students alike. To that end, all students agree to adhere to a Code of Behaviour upon admission and understand that violation of the Code will result in probation or dismissal from the school. Discipline is a non-issue. Students and staff are expected to apologize when they have disrespected another. Punishment to change behaviour is avoided wherever possible.
We believe that the development of character is as important an aspect of learning as the development of the mind. Consequently, students are taught to uphold such values as integrity, honour and respect for others, and are expected to demonstrate these qualities in their lives. Regular chapel services and required courses in Religious Studies help to reinforce the values that parents and teachers strive to impart.
It is our desire to provide your teenager with the finest secondary education in a Christian environment that encourages self-discipline, creative thinking and strong character development, and that equips its students academically, socially, physically and spiritually for the challenges that lie ahead.