Stoa and The King’s College
A home for the intellectually curious in the cultural capital of the world.
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The King’s College lauds the intellectual curiosity and passion for truth that homeschooled debaters have cultivated. In fact, our Debate Society regularly competes against (and defeats) Ivy League teams and has been ranked as highly as 25th in the world.
Whether you choose to debate at King’s or not, as a student you will experience a close-knit Christian community, challenging academics, and countless internship opportunities in New York City. Faculty and students together examine the historic texts of our Western civilization, evaluate the worthiness of new ideas, and seek to bring glory to Christ in all we do.
Wrestle with foundational ideas.
What is true? How should we live together and govern ourselves? How can we manage our resources to advance human flourishing? Within a core curriculum of Politics, Philosophy, and Economics, gain a Christian framework to understand history’s enduring questions.
Prepare to shape your world.
The true purpose of college is more than the green lawn and weightier than a framed piece of paper. It’s about preparing you for the world you participate in during and after college. At King’s you’ll be challenged to grow, with a business casual dress code, professors who set the bar high, and peers who come from everywhere and are up to everything.
See what makes King’s good, brave, and ready.
See our campus and housing, hear from current students, and talk to professors who will teach your courses. Since traveling is a challenge this year, we’re bringing the visit experience to you in the Inviso Virtual Visit, an energy-packed two hour program.
B.A. Politics, Philosophy, and Economics, 2019 at The King's College; Stoa Alumnus
“At King’s you will learn how to think, read, write, and communicate better than you ever have. With expansion of the mind comes natural difficulty—like getting into shape for a marathon—but you will feel refreshed and stronger by the end of each semester.”
B.A. Politics, Philosophy, and Economics, 2019 at The King's College; Stoa Alumna
“Since my particular course of study ranges from examining economic concepts to analyzing pivotal moments in Western Civilization, I quickly learned that many choices are grounded in good intentions, but they easily go awry. This observation solidified an understanding that what we often value (money, power, etc.) is meaningless if we do not understand our place and purpose in this world.”