About King of Kings Preschool, Renton, WA
King of Kings Preschool and Kindergarten was established in 1986 by King of Kings Lutheran Church in Renton, Washington. The church was inspired by Christ commandment in Mark 10:14 to “Let the children come to me and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of God belongs to them.”
Model the love of God through our play-based teaching methods, building academic and social skills in an inclusive environment.
We believe children learn best through hands-on activities that involve the children’s senses. Children need to explore, manipulate, experiment, and move about to understand the world. Children learn best through direct experience and trial and error. Problem-solving, decision-making, and free choices are important components of early learning.
King of Kings Lutheran Preschool and Kindergarten is under the direction of King of Kings Lutheran Church. Although the school is self-supporting, the church provides the facility for the preschool and considers it a part of the church’s ministry.
King of Kings Lutheran Preschool and Kindergarten welcomes all applicants regardless of race, color, creed, disability, and national or ethnic origin.
Safety and Background Checks
Your child’s safety is important to everyone at King of Kings Preschool. Background checks are one way we create and maintain a safe environment. All employees and volunteers pass a background check before they begin and every other year after that. Everyone at the preschool is included: teachers, assistants, chapel leaders, classroom volunteers (including parents), etc.
To provide preschool children with the opportunity to:
- develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ
- acquire basic Bible knowledge
- develop social skills based on a Christian value system
- have an introduction to basic academic concepts
- develop self-respect, self-worth and self-understanding
- develop independence, self-motivation and a positive attitude
- develop and use the senses in learning processes
- develop large and small muscle coordination
- recognize the uniqueness of him/her and others