“King’s Gate is special to me because I have good friends, the teachers are nice, they educate us well and it’s fun!”

Anna, 5th Grade

King's Gate Christian School


It is our mission to take the love of Jesus Christ to the community by partnering with families to equip the whole student for their individual calling through a rich, experiential education.

The unique needs of fifth and sixth grade students requires a special learning space dedicated to them. Our Intermediate School, located in the Lion’s Den, features team teaching within their specialty in huddle-size classes. Students change classes in a small setting, have the privilege of managing their own locker, and take responsibility for their own assignments and homework.

School hours: 8:15am – 3:20pm (carpool begins at 8:00 a.m.)

Extended Hours available beginning at 7:30 a.m. and ending at 5:30 p.m. (extra fee) 


We immerse our students in biblical principals during every class. We carefully choose spiritually excellent curriculum that matches the academic standards of other private schools whose focus is on academics and college prep.

Language Arts

Our curriculum prepares 5th and 6th grade students to become literate masters of the written and spoken word through instruction in phonological awareness, phonics, comprehension, vocabulary, and fluency.

Students learn literature appreciation and critical thinking through novel studies.



Fifth grade students learn:

  • Number and operations in base 10
  • Operations and algebraic thinking
  • Fractions
  • Measurement and data
  • Geometry

Sixth grade students learn:

  • Numbers and computation
  • Algebra and functions
  • Proportionality
  • Geometry
  • Data analysis and probability


5th grade students survey the major events of the Old Testament, learning how the histories, laws, psalms, and prophecies all reflect a righteous and merciful Creator.

6th grade students review essential New Testament doctrines and discuss how GOD strengthened various biblical figures to run their race.

Social Studies

Using Bible-based curriculum, students develop global competencies for active, informed citizenship by emphasizing project-based learning to explore the world’s places, systems, and cultures.


5th grade students learn higher order of values and facts through hands-on science activites and experiments with Apologia Science.

6th grade students learn about specific areas of life science with Purposeful Design.

Special courses provide learning opportunities outside of the normal classroom. They include:

  • Chapel
  • Music
  • PE
  • Art
  • Life Skills

Where we have the opportunity, our students enter various competitions within and outside of our school such as the ACSI Arts Festival, Spelling Bee, Speech Meet, Creative Writing Festival, and Math Olympics.