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About Us

A place of potential and opportunity

Our students are given every opportunity to discover who they are and what ignites their passion. And we don’t limit learning to the classroom. A King’s student approaches the whole world as a source for discovery and a place to make their own contribution.

Our Strategy

Our Campus

At King’s, we recognise the way forward is a way of change, and seek to have the courage and vision to
move with the times.

King’s has grown into a leading Christian education provider in Adelaide. We embrace the future with excitement and confidence in the ever-changing world in which we live. We are grounded in the constant grace, peace, love and hope of Christ.

Located on a 4.5ha campus overlooking the plains of northern Adelaide, our programs and facilities offer students an exceptional range of options as they pursue their Early Years to Year 12 journey.

What makes King's unique?
Friendship House

Our Facilities

Modern facilities have been designed with the learner in mind, combining contemporary building principles with the latest trends in flexible educational spaces, incorporating a range of learning technologies.

Our brand new Middle School building incorporates indoor and outdoor learning spaces built to suit the personal learning styles of our students. This new facility also encompasses learning areas dedicated to collaboration, quiet study and a creation space that allows our students to utilise 3D printing, video, robotics and virtual reality.

Middle school building

Our Programs

A broad range of co-curricular activities and subject choices are offered, including university pre-requisites and vocational options. These are enhanced by Science and Computer Laboratories and elective areas, with specialist facilities for Art, Home Economics, and Industrial Technology. A dedicated Dance and Drama Studio, equipped with the latest in digital lighting technology supports our excellent Performing Arts program.

Performing arts

Our Sub-Schools

3-5 Year Old Program

Establishing the learning partnership between home, school and environment.

Where we recognise and value the parents and families as the child’s first and most influential teachers. A place where each child is seen as a competent, capable learner who is able to share their knowledge and demonstrate their understanding in a variety of ways.

Reception-Year 2

Empowering individuals and each other.

Where individuals are recognised for who they are, where they’ve come from and what they know. We strive to nurture every child’s ability to be curious thinkers with a sense of wonder for the world around them.

Early Years
Year 3-Year 5

Believing in themselves and each other.

Cultivating personal identity and strengthening relationships. This season of school life is about fostering curiosity and the skills required for children to be independent and resourceful learners.

Junior School
Year 6-Year 9

Journeys that empower the leader in everyone.

Learning and development with a Pastoral focus, where every student is seen and valued as a child of God. A journey of identity, relationship, empathy and awareness that prepares students to become independent learners who know who they are.

Middle School
Year 10-Year 12

Championing relationships, resilience and opportunity.

Where every student is equipped and empowered to respond to the changing world around us and exposed to a breadth of pathways with and beyond the King’s Community. In every student we strive to instil a readiness for life beyond the classroom, through a breadth of
opportunities and experiences they will draw on for the rest of their lives

Senior School

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge that everything in heaven and earth belongs to God.

We acknowledge the Kaurna people and the Peramangk people as the traditional custodians of the lands on which our schools are located.

We pay our respects to all elders, past, present and those to come, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures.

We commit ourselves to pray and work for justice and reconciliation with the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of Australia.