Scholastic Book Fair begins Monday, Nov. 30
Our Scholastic book fair will take place from Monday, Nov. 30 through Friday, Dec. 4, just in time for Christmas shopping!
On Thursday, December 3, TKCS libraries will host their 3rd annual Breakfast with a Book event beginning at 7:30 a.m. Parents are welcome to stop into the elementary library where they can enjoy a free continental breakfast while they browse the book fair.
Volunteers are needed. If you can help, contact Grace Richmond at ext. 225 or Lorraine Scaffidi at ext. 138.
Grandparents Day December 4
On Friday, Dec. 4, TKCS will host its annual Grandparents Day. The day begins at 8:30 a.m. with a full breakfast. A special program follows and, afterwards, grandparents can enjoy our Book Fair.
RSVP by Monday, Nov. 30 to Wendy Hunt by phone (856-489-6720, ext. 117) or email (
The Hour of Code is Coming!
During the week of Dec. 7 - Dec. 11, TKCS students in grades K-12 will spend one hour learning to code. The Hour of Code movement is designed to introduce all students to fundamental computing concepts on a level they can understand and to inspire them to build technology.
Everyone in the TKCS family is invited to participate, including parents and staff. If you are interested in participating in the Hour of Code or as acting as a volunteer facilitator for our students, please contact Lorraine Scaffidi by phone (856-489-6720, ext. 138) or email (
Volunteer Opportunities are still available
TKCS loves its volunteers--and we need you more than you know! If you are considering volunteering this school year, download this Volunteer Sign-Up form. Completed forms can be returned to the school office. Thanks so much for your willingness to help!
King’s Cares Servant Leadership
This year we are serving at
Wiley Mission, Care One Of Evesham, Marlton Crossing, Joyful Noise, Bright View, Brainerd School, South Jersey Food Bank, New Visions, Ronald McDonald House, LARC School, and Spring Hills
Our next local missions day this year will be
Wednesday, December 16
Reaching the lost through Missions
Last year our students served in:
Jamaica, Philadelphia, and Washington D.C.
Please visit our Missions page for further details.
Referral Rewards Program
Earn Tuition Credit for each child enrolled - up to the amount of your family’s entire tuition!
Learn more about the Referral Rewards Program.
The King’s Christian School generates almost 95% of it’s electrical needs through solar energy, has a comprehensive recycling program and is a member of Sustainable Cherry Hill.