In the Service of Others

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Student Leadership

King’s provides opportunities for students, in both formal and informal settings, to take positive actions on behalf of their community. In the classrooms, on the athletic fields, and in the residential houses, students work closely with faculty to develop a deep consideration for others and a sense of care for their communal spaces.

Peer counselors work closely with the school counselors to support the emotional health of students, while proctors undergo rigorous leadership training to act as stewards to the residential culture.  Students may be elected by their peers to the Honor Committee, the Disciplinary Committee, or to the Student Leadership Council to promote positive change to the school’s culture. On the athletic fields, or in student activities such as Jordan Model Parliament, MUN or the school newspaper Rexonian, students may serve as captains, committee chairs, or editors. In arts, in robotics, or in cultural celebrations such as the Chinese and Korean Lunar New Year, the community often looks towards the older students to carry activities forward.