House of Queen Elizabeth I

House of Queen Elizabeth I

“I know I have but the body of a weak and feeble woman, but I have the heart and stomach of a king, and of a king of England too.”

House of Elizabeth I crest


As Elizabethans, we aspire to be strong women of courage and discernment who are committed to following Christ’s lead together with dignity and grace.

House Values


Loving others despite shortcomings.


The ability to make moral decisions.


We are a royal family, and desire to lead selfless lives of responsibility while loving others.

House of Queen Elizabeth I Basketball Competition House of Queen Elizabeth I Fall Retreat House of Queen Elizabeth I traditions
House of Queen Elizabeth I Basketball Competition House of Queen Elizabeth I traditions


The Most Honorable Order of the Rose:


Red November

Reagan Sadies

Lion Heart Tea

T.E.A. Time Partners

Pie and Cigar Night

House Crest

Woven Background

The woven background represents a sieve, which was an Elizabethan symbol of discernment and the ability to separate good from evil. We use it to represent not only discernment, but also authenticity and transparency, since a sieve is meant to be seen through. Just as each thread of the sieve is connected and intertwined with each other, so also are the relationships within our House. The weaving of the sieve also represents the intimacy within our House, for we are woven together as friends and sisters.


The crown in our House crest represents sovereignty and authority. As Elizabethans we aspire to be strong, courageous women who know that we are daughters of the High King, Christ, and therefore as His daughters we share in His sovereignty.


The authority of the crown is supported by the color purple, which is the color of royalty. We claim this color not only because Christ is our king, but also because of the lineage of our royal namesake.


By having the lion as a part of our crest, we understand and lovingly acknowledge that we as a House are part of the greater community of The King’s College. We included the lion also because it is a symbol of courage, power, and royalty. As the House of Elizabeth I, we strive to remember that we are a group of young women who are not only committed to following Christ’s lead, but to also do it with courage, strength, and as dignified and graceful daughters of the King.