Lion Pride Blog

Back to school newsletter and School Supply List

Our staff have been working hard preparing for our first day of school, which will take place on Wednesday, August 23rd. We are celebrating our 40th year in 2017 by remembering all that GOD has accomplished in partnership with his people – the rich legacy of alumni, families, staff and Board of Directors that have… Read More

Outdoor Classroom – Breaking Ground in July- Can you Help?

We’re seen so much progress in a few short months with the Outdoor Classroom and Playground project. The butterfly garden will be planted in a week, 3 tree/brush removal crews have cleared the area and we are eager to to break ground on the tree house playground in July. When is the last time you… Read More

Remember KG on Mother’s Day!

Mother’s Day is around the corner! Spoil your momma and support your favorite school by shopping on Amazon (Smile) at:  

Outdoor Classroom Update 5.1.2017

We have worked on two mass brush and forest clean-ups to remove the undergrowth, stumps and tree limbs lying in the tree house playground area. Karen Stark, Outdoor Classroom Chair and her husband Brandon Waldrop, have sprayed the entire site to remove the poison ivy and poison sumac. A chain-link fence is being built to… Read More

Meet our Staff! Introducing Kayly Rollins

Interview with Kayly Rollins: Speech Language Pathologist and Student Support Coordinator Please tell us about your family and your favorite activity to do together. I have been married to Steve for 16 years and we have two sons, Layne (14) and Evan (10). We have recently added a puppy, named Wick, to the family (also… Read More

King’s Gate Open House

Everyone is Invited to attend this special evening of fun and excitement. The King’s Gate Open House will be Thursday, March 9, 2017  from 5:30 p.m.—7:00 p.m. The King’s Gate children have been preparing to host you as you experience our Open House. Come look around, meet other friends and parents, and have fun! Invite others who might… Read More

Amazing gRAce Packets Have Been Released!

The Amazing gRace packets have been released and can be found in your student’s backpacks! Video instructions by Sara Lux, Director of Development and the talented Blair Smith, 6th grade student.

Handwriting Without Tears

The goal of Handwriting Without Tears® (HWT) is to make legible and fluent handwriting an easy and automatic skill for all students. The unique curriculum design and developmental teaching strategies facilitate this goal. Children can start learning to print in preschool, even though fine motor skills vary at these ages. Most preschoolers are developmentally ready… Read More