Lion Pride Blog

$7,000 Grant Initiates Wonderground Phase 2

Ms. Laurie Shares the Importance of our Living Science Lab Laurie Gillum, our twenty-plus-year science teacher at King’s Gate Christian School, celebrates the gift of a $7000 grant from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in cooperation with the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation. Ms. Laurie has been writing grants for the past three years… Read More

King’s Gate Transitions to Virtual Learning

Before King’s Gate let out for Spring Break, the first cases of COVID-19 were just being reported. As the number of cases grew and social-distancing was put into effect to contain the spread of the virus, the school began developing a plan to still provide students a King’s Gate education in a socially-distanced world. In… Read More

Two-Time School GeoBee Winner Advances

King’s Gate 4th – 8th grade students participated in the school competition of the National Geographic GeoBee on January 28, 2020. Trynitie, a 6th grade student, won first place in the competion and Hunter McCown, a 4th grade student, won second place. The school competition is the first round in the annual National Geographic GeoBee,… Read More

Lions Leading the Way

From the backseat of his Mom’s SUV, Owen Demory (pictured above second from right) looked out the window and saw a homeless man lying on a bench as the family drove to downtown Oklahoma City. The first grader noticed how sad the man looked and began to ask his Mom questions about why the man… Read More

WinTerm for the Win

     Our 6th-8th grade students participate in WinTerm (Winter Term) the first two weeks after Christmas break. This is an opportunity to enrich their education, discover new interests and explore their creativity. WinTerm courses present an opportunity for students to choose 3 of the following courses and receive a semester’s worth of learning in that two… Read More

Celebrating the Success of the Gala

King’s Gate held its annual fundraising Gala Friday, Nov. 15th at the Oklahoma City Golf and Country Club. Nearly 300 attendees gathered together for a night of fellowship and fun. Thanks to the generosity of the 2019 King’s Gate Gala sponsors, underwriters and supporters, close to $65,000 was raised during this event! A fun addition… Read More

King’s Gate Students Investigating Amphibian Fungus

King’s Gate Christian School’s middle school students recently joined research scientist Jessa Watters’ amphibian fungus investigation as part of BioBlitz! Oklahoma at Sequoyah State Park on October 4-5, 2019. BioBlitz! Oklahoma is an annual 24-hour volunteer biological survey aimed at gathering an inventory of biological diversity. Students collected data by swabbing two species of Oklahoma’s… Read More

Nuclear Physicist visits King’s Gate Christian School

Few students have the opportunity to study nuclear physics unless in the university setting. However, our King’s Gate students were given an unique opportunity in September to learn a fascinating topic of science! Dr. Jack Brenizer, retired professor of nuclear engineering at Pennsylvania State University and grandfather of King’s Gate student Victoria Brenizer, spent the… Read More

Moving Forward: Packing Boxes of Optimism!

School has just ended, and we have already made one significant change this summer! Our teachers and staff began the process of moving much of the Hefner Pointe location to our Surrey Hills campus just hours after the final day of school. The months leading up to the move involved extensive behind the scenes preparation… Read More

New Partnership – Same Experience!

On Tuesday, April 30th, King’s Gate Head of Schools, Wyndi Bradley, announced Village Baptist Church (10600 North May Avenue) will host a satellite location for our Child Development Center (CDC) beginning this fall. King’s Gate’s mission to take the love of Jesus Christ to the community will be expanded and strengthened by this new partnership…. Read More