for 2024-2025 School Year
Application submission does not guarantee enrollment.
Please note: many of our classes are already at or near capacity for the 2024-25 school year.
Oftentimes, families will say private education is too expensive for them. While private Christian education at KOK is certainly an investment, there are scholarships and tuition assistance funds available for families. During the 2020-21 school year, 94% of K-8 students received tuition assistance in taxpayer-funded scholarships and KOK tuition assistance awards. Over 65% of students in K-8 had nearly 90% of their entire tuition covered.
Our church and school leaders want to make sure that cost is not an issue when you are looking for a great school! Reach out to us today to schedule a tour!
KINDERGARTEN TO GRADE 8
You will need to schedule a tour to come in an see our campus and classrooms.
You will be required to come in for a test screening date.
All students in grades 3-8 will be interviewed following their test.
All students in grades K-8 will be required to submit a recommendation from their prior school.
Two years of report cards and standardized test scores will need to be submitted.
Forty-eight percent of our student body come from minority backgrounds. This offers an opportunity for all students to feel included and fit within its culture and community.
Having a home church is not a requirement at King of Kings. However, 44% of our students do attend another church outside of our ministry. This means Christians from all over Orlando see the value in our Christian school.
During the 2020-2021 school year, 26% of our student body tested at the 75th percentile or higher in math.
During the 2020-2021 school year, 69% of our student body tested at the 50th percentile or higher in reading.
During the 2020-2021 school year, 14% of our student body tested at the 96th percentile or higher in reading.
During the school year, we strive to survey our parents 4 times a year on things they would like improved on our campus and other areas of growth. Additionally, students are benchmark assessed 4 times a year to check on their academic progress.