Seven original artworks by New York City-based artist Edmond Rochat are on loan to The King’s College through May 2021.
Hanah Mayes (’15) married Alexander Deverson on on September 21, 2020; Erdley Wright (’03) shares family updates and his path to founding his own IT consulting firm; John Alan Patterson (’58), went home to heaven to be with his Lord and Savior.
The King’s College is pleased to announce a new annual $1500 scholarship for incoming students who’ve attended TeenPact’s Four Day State Class.
Five teams from the King’s Debate Society competed from November 6-8 at an online debate tournament hosted by the University of Vermont, where one debater earned a 14th place speaker award and a varsity team advanced to quarterfinals.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
Now that their term has concluded, we asked the 2019-2020 student cabinet to share their reflections on the past academic year.
As a young couple with entrepreneurial dreams, Rudy and Lavonne Blanco chose to trust God with everything He’d given them. The result has been over three decades of fruitful relationships and gospel-inspired generosity.
Students and staff recount some of the people who took a good, brave, and ready approach to the pandemic, keeping spirits lifted and helping learning to continue.
A born-and-raised New Yorker, Daniel Sanabria (’05) spends much of his time building relationships with kids who are incarcerated, living in tough situations, or recently released from prison.
Emily (Nucciarone) Boger (’10) earned a Masters in International Cooperation and Development; Madison Peace Nye (’12) passed the Alabama bar exam and is clerking for a federal district judge in Birmingham, AL.