King’s College opens its doors to future students

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King’s College in Clayton is hosting an Open Day on Friday, June 6 from 2 to 4 p.m. Parents interested in having their children enroll will be able to witness firsthand the unique type of education offered at Panama’s British school.

Students and staff from King’s College in Clayton celebrating “Panama Day”

Students and staff from King’s College in Clayton celebrating “Panama Day.”

The learning center presently serves children from preschool/nursery to Year Eight (Grade Nine in the American system). While all the classes will be open for visits, special focus will be given to students from two-and-a-half to five years of age. Parents will be able to see the interaction teachers have with the children and how they develop their reading and writing skills.

King’s College was founded in Panama in September 2012 and is dedicated to providing their students with a broad and balanced curriculum to nurture their individual talents and so enable them to achieve their academic and lifetime ambitions. All their teachers are British and their class size, averaging about 13 students, allows for one-on-one interaction. The school is growing, and as of next year, will expand the scope of their program to include high school grade levels. Tuition includes lunch and a wide array of extracurricular activities such as soccer, choir, music and tae kwon do, just to name a few.

Anyone with questions about Open Day can contact the school by calling 282-3300 or writing to


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