January 10, 2017

2018-2019 – Surrey Hills Baptist Church

King’s Gate Christian School is proud to partner with Surrey Hills Baptist Church to continue the King’s Gate experience by helping our school expand to 12th grade.  We are creating a dynamic outdoor learning classroom with the wetland located behind the building. Sports equipment and playground space is also in the works! For more information about our school expansion plan, please visit the Growing King’s Gate page. For more information about classes and details about each grade, please visit our Programs and Classes page.

Outdoor Classroom and Playground (7/26/2017)

We are proud to announce that Project Wonder Ground has launched! Please check out our funding request here: Wonder Ground_Proposal

Lockers are here! (3/29/2017)

The lockers have been installed and Surrey Hills Baptist Church is looking more like a school every day. The lockers have been placed in the commons area, which is now affectionately known as the Lion’s Den. The 3×3 foot sign will be placed in the room as well. Our mascot lion needs a name. Aslan? Larry or Leo? What do you think?

All Aboard! The new Mid Bus has Arrived! (2/28/2017)

Our new 29 passenger Mid Bus arrived February 27th and our classes are already discussing field trip possibilities! We are looking for a few parents and teachers that would be willing to become CDL certified to help drive next fall – August 2017 before and after school. We need to find 2-4 drivers. If you would be willing to be a primary driver, substitute or field trip driver – let us know! For additional details, please contact Mrs. Wyndi Bradley, Director at [email protected]

Outdoor Wetland Clean-Up: Phase 1 (2/13/17)


Jerry Wood’s roofing company graciously offered to help clean-up years of brush and fallen trees that have covered the wetland behind Surrey Hills Baptist Church. Ms. Laurie, our science teacher directed the team through the clean-up process and made sure to save a pile of branches to create a small shelter covering for animals that visit the wetland. The next phase of the clean-up will include removing the bar wire fence and cleaning out brush under some of the trees to create spaces for students to sit and observe, as well as, document their observations during outdoor classroom time.