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KRCS faculty are committed to academic excellence while placing utmost importance on KNOWING each student and guiding them through their school career. It is our hope that students leave KRCS KNOWING who they are, whose they are, and how they are uniquely wired to serve God.”

Headmaster’s Letter 1 Capital Campaign 2 Parent Club 3 Lower School 4 Athletic Association 6 Fine Arts 7 Middle School 8 Annual Fund Donors 10 KRCS Financials 12 Alumni Association 13 High School 14 Parent Prayer Groups 15 Student Scholarship Organization 16

As King’s Ridge Christian School embarks on its 16th year, we pause to reflect on how God has blessed our school community. In “the blink of an eye”, enrollment has grown from 195 to 853 students. Likewise, our faculty and staff have been on a parallel growth path from 23 to 147 strong. It would have been hard to imagine how quickly this growth launched KRCS from a grocery store to a beautiful 70-acre campus with seven buildings, stadium, and various sports fields and courts. More important than the attractive campus and expansion of the number of lives touched are the accomplishments of King’s Ridge students. The Class of 2016 continues to follow the path of KRCS alumni to be recognized for college preparedness by receiving scholarship offers of over $4.6 million for 47 graduates. Results of the AP scores in 2015-2016 were outstanding with 92% of the 138 tests scoring 3 or higher (usually earning them college credit). Furthermore, the SAT scores of our graduates were 255 points above the Georgia average, 220 points above the national average and 133 points above the GISA (Georgia Independent School Association) average. Congratulations to our students for their outstanding work and to our faculty for their excellent instruction. KRCS faculty are committed to academic excellence while placing utmost importance on KNOWING each student and guiding them through their school career. On the following pages, you will have the opportunity to read a few of the stories of how systems and processes have been designed to create effective and meaningful pathways for our students to engage in “knowing” and being “known”. As a result, it is our hope that students leave KRCS KNOWING who they are, whose they are, and how they are uniquely wired to serve God. Thank you for your incredible generosity in the 2015-2016 school year as the first 15-day Annual Fund, “In the Blink of an Eye”, was kicked off as well as the “Making Room for HIStory” Capital Campaign. Without a doubt, KRCS cannot thrive without the generosity of our families in both the Annual Fund and Capital Campaign. Current and future KRCS students benefit greatly from contributions of your time, talents and treasures. May God bless you, your family and King’s Ridge Christian School, C. David Rhodes, III Headmaster

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THE “MAKING ROOM FOR HIStory” CAMPAIGN IS SEEKING PLEDGES AND GIFTS TOTALING $10M FOR A TWO-YEAR CAPITAL CAMPAIGN TO BUILD THE SECOND PHASE OF THE HIGH SCHOOL, THE BASEBALL FIELD

Carolyn Kester

Ellen Zachok

Julie Salvatierra

President

Vice President – Special Events

Recording Secretary

Pam Anderson

Katie Stewart

Courtney Palmer

President-Elect

Vice President – Standing Committees

Lower School Representative

Debbie Ogelsby

Dawn Clements

Dawn Ackerman

Vice President - Communications

Treasurer

Middle School Representative

Cheryl Adkin

Catharine Bowling

Diane Van Heest

Vice President – Fundraising

Treasurer-Elect

High School Representative

AND TENNIS COURTS. THE CAMPAIGN

G I F TI NG

KICK-OFF WAS APRIL 14, 2016. THE

ALL SCHOOL

LIST BELOW INCLUDES GIFTS/PLEDGES

Capital Building Campaign

$40,000.00

MADE BY JUNE 30, 2016.

Tiger Club Mentor Program

$3,000.00

Total $43,000.00 HIGH SCHOOL

Ben and Dawn Ackerman

Steve and Margaret Farrar

Paul and Amy McGruder

Duane Ackerman

Jeff and Robin Felton

David and Mary McNichols

The Adkin Family

David and Wendy Fisher

Paul and Adrianne Miller

Robert and Amanda Andrzejewski

Jeff and Jill Flynn

Curtis and Kelly Mills

Dean and Gemma Gamage

Doug and Pamela Miracle

HIGH SCHOOL AND MIDDLE SCHOOL

Jean-Michel and Sherrill Ares

Mike and Duna Gardiner

Bob and Julia Muscott

Instructional Resources for HS and MS Students

$2,000.00

Edsel and Julie Arnold

Scott and Jennifer Giacobbe

Matthew and Gay Newall

Shay Barkley

Thomas and Wendy Gregory

John and Elizabeth Parks

Technology Curriculum

$8,000.00

Brian and Tracy Behrens

Grant and Rhoda Gunnigle

Rusty and Donna Parrish

National Math Conference for 4 Teachers

$5,468.00

Victor and Kelly Bibby

Jerry and Kym Hall

John and Darcy Partridge

Greenhouse $3,500.00

Jay and Catharine Bowling

Tom and Sharon Hall

Joe and Cindy Patti

Jim and Jan Braley

Chris and Mary Harrell

Rich and Karen Penkoski

In Memory of Sandra Buck

Harkness Table

$5,000.00

Total $5,000.00

Piano Lab

$5,000.00 $1,522.50

Mark and Sharon Heys

Jeff and Sara Pickren

Weight Room Equipment

Matthew and Dawn Broms

Hank and Magdi Holliger

Bill and Susan Pittman

Total $25,490.50

David and Beth Ann Braswell

Steven and Angela Hudson

Kevin and Ginger Powell

John and Tracy Buchanan

The Hudson Family

David and Keri Preter

Trevor and Dana Burns

James and Karla Johnson

Russ and Kim Reagan

Jeremy and Dawn Bye

Elizabeth and Michael Jurgens

Jim and Mary Reeves

Paul and Kym Byrd

Kevin and Carolyn Kester

David and Dee Dee Rhodes

Ted and Carolyn Caswell

Curtis and Michelle Kiser

Greg and Cindy Charleston

Timothy and Tarrah Kittredge

Sotir and Sunday Christopher

The Kohrman Family

Timothy and Carol Schutt

Chris and Dawn Clements

Walter and Leslie Kurtz

Heath and Victoria Slocum

In Honor of Owen Braley

MIDDLE SCHOOL Science Lab Equipment

$7,543.00

Ron Clark 1-day Training for 9 Teachers

$3,555.00

Mari Cruz Salazar

Adjustable Height Desks and Chairs

$6,278.44

Rich and Julie Salvatierra

Total $17,376.44 LOWER SCHOOL

Jeff and Tanya Lamkin

Bill and Linda Smith

iPads $10,600.00

Michael and Julie Coachys

Greg Larkin

Ted and Shannon Smith

Writer’s Workshop

$3,500.00

Eric and Lori Cole

Anonymous

John and Kathryn Smoltz

John and Patricia Colino

Shirley Lay

Barend and Karyn Spies

24 Scooters and Rack for P.E. Program

$1,509.00

Corrie Cordero

Don and Cheryl Lee

Dave and Beth Stefanowicz

K-3 Reading Program

$1,299.00

John and Yvette Daniel

Byron and Dana Letchworth

J.P. and Katie Stewart

Ron Clark Program for 10 Teachers

$7,500.00

Abel and Kristan De La Rosa

Brian and Ann Marie Lewis

Jeff and Tiffany Taglienti

Marc and Jaime Dearth

Joe and Christina Marroquin

Jamie and Amy Thomas

Darren and Julie Decker

John and Lynn Marshall

Alan and Diane Van Heest

The Deitrich Family

Mike and Virginia Martin

The Worley Family

Chris and Michelle Eales

Matt and Shena McClintock

Kevin and Kim Zawodzinski

Matthew and Melissa Erbrick

Lowrie and Randi McCown

In Honor of Pattye Bright

Tiger TV Equipment

$600.00

Total $25,008.00 Total $115,874.94

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Bright Moments Spark Curiosity, Ignites Life-Long Learning CAN YOU WHIP OFF A TABLECLOTH WITHOUT THE DISHES COMING WITH IT? A HEX NUT IS ON TOP OF A YELLOW RING. HOW CAN YOU MOVE THE RING AND MAKE THE HEX NUT FALL INTO THE BOTTLE? Third grade students discovered the answers to these physics questions and more during a lesson on force and motion in their Lower School science lab. Lab time allows students to extend the King’s Ridge approach to STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics) learning by applying the concepts from science class and integrated enrichment opportunities. This lab time gave meaning to words such as mass, gravity, friction and force. “The hands-on approach of our Lower School science curriculum excites and prepares students to safely perform experiments,” shares Pattye Bright, Lower School science coordinator. “They are also challenged to use critical thinking skills as they complete laboratory write-ups, read non-fiction texts, and demonstrate their understanding through assessments.”

One of my joys is KNOWING my students and how they become inspired through science to become life-long learners.” Hands-on materials, games and cooperative learning activities engage students in the learning process. “One of my joys is KNOWING my students and how they become inspired through science to become life-long learners. Nurturing their intellectual curiosity sparks that excitement,” notes Bright. Any observer can see why students are so attracted to science. Activities in the science lab allow students to develop their creativity and problem solving skills, while realizing that vocabulary and writing are tools to academic success. The classroom is structured so that each child is challenged to experience success in a safe and nurturing environment. To learn more about the Lower School science lab and to discover if the tablecloth came off the table without breaking the dishes, visit Pattye’s blog: http://pbright2.edublogs.org/

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The King’s Ridge Christian School Athletic Association’s (KRCSAA) purpose is to enable, enrich, and energize the KRCS Athletic Department programs by providing monetary and volunteer support.

BOA RD Jen Barden

KRCSAA seeks to encourage involvement and support for these

President

programs from KRCS students, KRCS families, the school, and the

J.P. Stewart

surrounding community. Through the support and generosity of the KRCSAA members, sponsors, and King’s Ridge families, KRCSAA is pleased to present the 2015-2016 gifting:

A R T S

Treasurer

Becky Danyo Recording Secretary

Jennifer Aaron Vice President – Communications

G IFT IN G

Tracy Ball Vice President – Special Events

ENABLE

Tanya Lamkin

Stationary Bikes

$721.98

Weight Room Equipment

$360.00

Softball Pitching Machine

$164.77

Softball Tee, Net, Balls

$795.52

Football Helmets

$13,257.46

Basketballs $2,660.00 Soccer Balls High Jump Track Pit

$2,099.98 $10,370.00

Infra-Red Timing Unit

$1,095.00

Instant Runway

$2,251.12

Volleyball Net, Uniforms, Balls

$6,769.03

Pledge to Capital Campaign for Home Baseball Dugout Baseball Uniforms Boys’ Basketball Uniforms

$75,000.00 $5,700.00

Vice President – Membership

Doug Martin Vice President – Sponsorship

Rhonda Ozor Vice President – Fundraising

Kim Magill Vice President – Concessions

Casey Schiltz Vice President – Spirit Wear

Mandy Hudson Vice President – Jr. Tigers

G I F TI NG

B OAR D Deb James

$2,948.00

Football Uniforms

$25,569.55

ITEMS

Soccer Uniforms

$10,547.43

Piano Lab (co-share with PC)

$4,750

MacBook for Digital Light Board

$1,279

Swimming Parkas

$2,526.00

Track and Field Uniforms

$1,829.00

Total Enable

$164,664.84

ENRICH

Thespian Society Grant

$300

Display Panels for Visual Art Exhibits

$4,032

Audio Equipment

$1,470

Headsets $13,812.00

Conductor’s Podium

$691

HUDL Subscription and Upgrades

Guitars and Mounts

$737

Total Enrich

$2,399.00 $16,211.00

Total Gifting

ENERGIZE Back to School Bonanza (co-share with FAA and PC)

Art Supplies and Other Misc. Gifting

$1,073.09

$3,251 $16,510

$3,346.00

Away Game Bus Transportation for Students

$3,575.00

Empty Bowl Project

$1,637

Tiger Tunnel

$4,175.00

Promotional Support for MS/HS Productions

$3,036

Back to School Bonanza (co-share with AA and PC)

$1,073

Christmas at the Ridge (co-share with AA and PC)

$3,346

Black and White Gala

$3,836

Sports Program Banners

$2,809.34

Baseball Playoffs Support

$1,990.00

Basketball Purple & White Night

$1,257.00

Total Energize

$18,514.62

Total Events

Susan Galbreath Secretary/Membership Chair

Rhoda Gunnigle Vice President – Communications

Elizabeth Keith Vice President – Special Events (MS Musical, Thespian Conference, MS Showcase, and Kiwanis Art Showcase)

(One Act Play, HS Showcase, GISA Literary Competition, Senior Recital, and HS Musical)

$12,928

Total $199,390.46

Treasurer

Vice President – Special Events

Christmas at the Ridge (co-share with FAA and PC)

$289.19

Christina Marroquin

Gina Sides

EVENTS

Football Team Meal

President

Total $29,438

Rebecca Meeker Vice President – Special Events (County Fair, MS/HS Fall Band Concert, Bingo Night and Back to School Bonanza)

Dawn Bye Vice President – Special Events (Christmas at the Ridge Nativity and Tree Lighting and LS Showcase)

Lala Halsema Vice President – Special Events (International Thespian Induction and MS/HS Spring Concert)

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Six Houses In One THE KRCS MIDDLE SCHOOL HOUSE SYSTEM IS A STUDENT-BASED INITIATIVE DESIGNED TO HEIGHTEN THE SENSE OF BELONGING,

The House names reflect their identity before God:

RED

GREEN

Agapetos

Makarios

(loved, beloved, favorite)

(blessed)

ἀγαπητός

μακάριος

CAMARADERIE AND ALLOW “KNOWING OTHERS” TO HAPPEN ACROSS GRADE LEVEL, SMALL GROUP AND GENDER.

What are Houses?

The Houses give students an opportunity to interact with younger and older students in a fun, spirited environment, while building leadership skills and promoting kindness.

What is the difference between Small Groups and Houses? Small Groups, comprised of 12-15 students, aim to foster healthy relationships within each grade and are separated

ORANGE

YELLOW

Kaleo

Katharos

(called, invited, named)

(clean, pure, blameless, innocent, unstained)

καλέω

καθαρός

Students are inducted into one of six houses for their entire Middle School experience.

The House system is an integral part of the Middle School experience at King’s Ridge. The focus is not only the way God calls us to live, but how God already views us when we are in Christ.”

by gender. Houses exist with the goal of building a sense of community throughout the Middle School while creating positive interactions by breaking beyond the grade and gender barriers. Adding a bit of healthy competition between Houses, collaboration and teamwork become the norm. Houses also provide older Middle School students with leadership opportunities by serving on the House Council and through the organization of school-wide activities.

BLUE

PURPLE

Sozo

Charis

(saved, whole, healed, rescued, restored)

(grace)

σῴζω

χάρις

“The students have a fun time competing against each other, while at the same time connecting with others they did not know very well,” comments Tracey Miller, middle school counselor. “The House system is an integral part of the Middle School experience at King’s Ridge. The focus is not only the way God calls us to live, but how God already views us when we are in Christ.”

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“In October 2015, we kicked off the first 15-day Annual Fund campaign, “In the Blink of an Eye”. Due to the generosity of families and friends of King’s Ridge, $575,644 was raised with the highest participation rate in the history of the KRCS Annual Fund (100% Board of Trustees participation, 100% Faculty and Staff participation and 80% Parent participation). Thank you so much for your support!” David Rhodes, Headmaster

Unrestricted Gifts Headmaster’s Circle Jay and Catharine Bowling John and Yvette Daniel Bill and Olivia Evans Myron and Freya Gray Jeff and Tanya Lamkin Jason and Michelle Moccia Rich and Karen Penkoski Bill and Linda Smith John and Kathryn Smoltz The Worley Family Leader’s Circle The Adkin Family Jean-Michel and Sherrill Ares Jim and Jan Braley David and Beth Ann Braswell John and Tracy Buchanan Abel and Kristan De La Rosa The Dorsett Family The Drollette Family Andrew and Michelle Firstman Daniel and Renaye Garabadian Thomas and Wendy Gregory Timothy and Tarrah Kittredge Walter and Leslie Kurtz Doug and Carrie Lay Anonymous Curtis and Kelly Mills Steve and Melinda Peyroux Rich and Julie Salvatierra Anonymous Mike and Kristi Zito Sustainer’s Circle Ben and Dawn Ackerman Juan and Ciela Armstrong The Barden Family Kyle and Ashley Baughman Erik and Angie Bendiks The Carlton Family Greg and Cindy Charleston Chris and Dawn Clements Merrick and Laura Dameron Marc and Jaime Dearth Darren and Julie Decker Chris and Michelle Eales Steve and Margaret Farrar Jeff and Robin Felton Mike and Duna Gardiner Terry and Laura Harp Chris and Mary Harrell Troy and Susan Harris Paynter and Desiree Higgins Jason and Wendy Holt The Hudson Family Joe and Beth Janeway Elizabeth and Michael Jurgens Jeff and Pam Kaminski Jason and Elizabeth Keith The Kohrman Family Steve and Jackie Littlefield Bill and LeAnne Longo

Matt and Shena McClintock Anonymous Paul and Amy McGruder John and Rebecca Meeker John and Lisa Merkin Doug and Pamela Miracle Sohel Momin and Madelin Prendes John and Elizabeth Parks Rusty and Donna Parrish Porter and Michelle Payne David and Keri Preter Zack and Bridget Raines Jim and Mary Reeves David and Dee Dee Rhodes Rick and Debbie Skelley Rick and Laurie Smith Ted and Shannon Smith Dave and Beth Stefanowicz Steve and Heather Stonecipher Mark and Heidi Sullivan Jim and Lyn Thomas Michael and Corie Totten Greg Usiskin and Liz Seely Mark and Kim Venti Charles and Renee Welch Colt and Amy Whittall Josh and Stephanie Wimberley Darrell Witt and Lori Boe Benefactor’s Circle John and Jennifer Aaron John and Bonnie Ade Anonymous Eric and Pam Anderson Mark and Becky Anderson Robert and Amanda Andrzejewski Anonymous Kathy and Chuck Arambula Bindhu and Mithra Aravapalli Glenn and Jill Archer Edsel and Julie Arnold Gary and Shannon Arnold Spencer and Megan Arnold Anonymous Jason and Stacie Assad Michelle Azzi Anonymous Michelle Bailey Robb and Jo Baker Jeff and Tracy Ball Kevin and Meredith Barker Shay Barkley Steven and Melissa Barnett Jay and Stacey Barrett Gary and Kittie Barth Gary and Kim Battles Jim and Marlene Baumann Brandon and Shuntel Beach Scott and Carrie Beach Tyler and Christi Beal Bert and Anna Bean Brian and Tracy Behrens Victor and Kelly Bibby Justin Bishop Jason and Mary-Katherine Blain Larry Bobo

Beth Boeke McHugh Todd and Vicki Boerema James and Lauren Bolles Sue and Simon Borain Larry and Tiffany Bourne Jay and Cari Bowers Brenda Bowman Julie and Bob Bowman Rex Bowman Jason and Dana Boyer Jimmy and Jen Bracco John and Lenia Bradberry Belinda Bradley Steven and Cass Bradley Carmen and Sami Brahim Joe Braley Alan and Kathy Brands Cliff and Judy Brannon Matt and Ali Brannon Lynn and Bruce Bridges Tim and Lisa Bridges Pattye and Jack Bright Sam and Cathy Brnovich Anonymous Alan and Denise Brown Andrew and Laurie Brown David and Stephanie Brown Lisa Brown Scepter Brownlee Lucian and Becky Bryan Don and Kelsey Bryant Ed and Tina Burch Adin and Crystal Burchfield Brian and Michelle Burks David and Cindy Burnett Trevor and Dana Burns Gary and Jeanie Busby Grant and Alicia Butler Jeremy and Dawn Bye Patrick and Deborah Byrnes Ryan and Ginny Cain Mary Caldwell Sandee Callaway Vince and Kim Campbell Melissa Cassavant Ted and Carolyn Caswell Rick and Lisa Caudill Anonymous David and Lara Cesped Thomas and Usha Chacko Thierry and Shannon Chau Elaine and David Chou Travis and Coleen Christ Anonymous Clifford Clarke Kisha Clarke and Julius Morrison James and Valerie Cleapor Brenda and Ralph Clinton Courtney Clinton Don and Shannon Coats Edward and Kathleen Cochran Ben and Liz Coffee Eric and Lori Cole Debbie Coleman Eric and Joan Coleman John and Patricia Colino

Chris and Olivia Comer Scott and Julie Coning Corrie Cordero Kevin and Erin Corser Michele Corser Cheryl Cundy Jay and Debra Curran Carmen Dabney Barbara and John Dailey Debora and Joe Daniel Jeffrey and Wynette Dato Robin and Fred Daugherty Ethan and Courtney Davies Brent and Melissa Davis Christopher and Valorie Davis Mike and Maureen Davis Melissa Decker The Deitrich Family Leigh and Ray Denard Chris and Mary Kathryn Dennis Ritchie and Joy Dickey Jillian and Tyler Dilbeck Rick and Annette Divers David and Thresa Dixon Jay and Aimée D’Meza Scott and Kimberly Donaldson Jim and Stephanie Doster Anonymous Kirk and Deena Driskell Ian and Vicki Drysdale Anonymous Frank and Rhonda Duffy Dale and Dana Duncan John and Melinda Dyer Jason and Ruth Eanes Eric and Jill Edee Bob and Melissa Efferth Terri and Hal Eisenberg Charlotte Ellard Melanie Ellis The Elrod Family Greg and Kim Elwell Matthew and Melissa Erbrick David and Amy Evins Matt and Beth Farwell Pam Fedas Pamm Ferrand Amber Fiddler David and Wendy Fisher Jerry and Sara FitzGerald Kelly Fitzgerald Michael and Laurie Flanigan Juan Flecha The Fleming Family Cecil and Penny Flowe Ernie and Melissa Floyd Jeff and Jill Flynn Chris and Christy Forehand Eric and Jami Fortnam Shannon Fox LeVar and Gina Fraiser Tony and Elaine Francel Chris and Anita French Laura French Marvin and Joy Fullilove Anonymous Tom and Susan Galbreath Dean and Gemma Gamage Steve and Stefanie Gammage George and Lynn Ganem Lin Yue Gao Kim Garcia Eddie and Laura Garrett Bill and Tammi Gates Haydee Gerding Scott and Jennifer Giacobbe Luca and Kathy Gianturco

Greg and Nandie Gibbons The Glover Family David and Jennifer Gonzalez Anonymous JJ and Lisa Gorman Lisa Gould Robert and Kerry Grace Skeet and Laura Gray Prudence Green Deborah Grooms Kevin and Kristie Grosvenor Grant and Rhoda Gunnigle Erik and Stacey Gustafson Dan and Christi Guthrie Tom and Sharon Hall Winn and Gennett Brannon (Hall) Thomas and Kerri Hammond Heather Hamon Megan and Corey Hampel Richard and Melissa Hankins Frank and Jessica Hannah Ken and Gwen Harris Russell and Hilary Harris Michael and Tracey Hartman Amber Harwell Ginny and Meredith Hawk Chelsea Hawkins The Heard Family Bob and Paula Helfrich Amy Helm David and Rhonda Henriksen Brent and Tracy Hervey Rob and Edie Hewlett Mark and Sharon Heys James and Lindsey Hickman Travis Hicks Bret and Pam Higginbotham Anonymous Fred and Page Hill Mark and Londa Hipp Scott and Lisa Hite Hank and Magdi Holliger Robert Holmes Jim and Rebecca Howe Anonymous Carlos and Olga Hoyos Steven and Angela Hudson Jeffrey and Karin Hughes Eddie and Tammy Hunter John and Margie Hurd Joe and Staci Hutto Aron and Brooke Irby Jim and Allyson Jacobi Anonymous The James Family Gerald & Ann Marie Jernigan James and Karla Johnson Brian and Hatsumi Jones Doug and Susan Jones Kali Jones Robert Jones Susan Jones Jason and Carrie Joseph Gretchen Kaufman John and Lori Keim Anonymous Anonymous Scott and Terri Kemp Kevin and Carolyn Kester Caitlin Kiefaber Sean and Stacy Kiewiet Heather King The Stephen King Family Curtis and Michelle Kiser John and Laura Kiss Anonymous Holly Krig-Smith

Josh and Jessica Kvam Michael Kvam Todd and Monique Lake Greg Larkin Mark and Brandy Lazzara Don and Cheryl Lee Steve and Dawn Leffin Graham and Elaine Lefton Casey and Kelly LeMaire Scott and Tonya Leonard Lisa R. LeRoux Byron and Dana Letchworth Brian and Ann Marie Lewis Monica Lewis Jennifer Li Kristen Lilge Gregg Littleton Cary and Lynda Livingston Jon and Dawn Long Michael and Jill Lord Brian and Lisa Lossie Jeff and Heather Love Jonathon and Holly Lucenay Jill and Joe Lyskawa Trentton and Rosalyn Mack Thomas and Suzanne Maddux Stuart and Kim Magill John and Anne Main The Main Family Tom and Gina Malkiewicz Amelia Mann Greg and Susanna Mann Joe and Christina Marroquin John B. and Gloriela Marshall Dan and Shelley Martin Mike and Virginia Martin Vince and Christine Martin Steve and Julie Maschino Wade Mayton Jeff and Carrie McCormick Lowrie and Randi McCown The McElroy Family Kirsten and Jason McFadin Tim and Sylvia McGannon Ed and Charlene McGinty Lisa and Jon McGuire Thomas and Mary Ann McKnight Adele and Rich McMurry David and Mary McNichols Dallas McPherson Greg and Anna Melnikoff Edwina Merriweather Tom and Shelley Middleton Davin and Jamie Miller Paul and Adrianne Miller Tracey and O’Neil Miller Kirk and Rachel Milling Jason and Elaine Mitchell Calvin and Amy Mixon Bob and Addie Ann Monette John and Lisa Mongelli Todd and Kelly Mooney Billy and Tami Moore Glen and Michelle Moreland Bakari and Rita Morgan Carly Morris Laura Moss-Weltz John and Erin Mowbray Stewart Muller Scott and Karin Mulvey John Munch Daniel and Nikki Munford Mark and Stacy Murphy Bob and Julia Muscott Al and Judy Nash Matthew and Gay Newall Alan and Linda Newton

Ryan and Stephanie Nicks C.J. and Megan Nitkowski Dapo and Lara Odetoyinbo Anonymous David and Melissa O’Leary Anonymous Adam and Amy Orkin Ben and Lisa Ortlip Jim and April Owen Laurie Owens Randy and Stephanie Owens Jonathan and Rhonda Ozor Shawn and Courtney Palmer Kirsten Pannek Vikki and Greg Park Jim and Alice Parker John and Darcy Partridge Kerry and Pamela Pate Jordan and Courtney Patterson Joe and Cindy Patti Anonymous Anonymous Rick and Moya Pearce John and Jackie Pearson Paul and Archella Pelletier Anonymous Doug and Kim Pesce Dennis and Melissa Phelps Tad and Barbara Phelps Jennifer and Barry Piacente Jeff and Sara Pickren Chuck and Robin Pitts Jamie and Kimberly Pleasant Vinnie and Dolly Politan Kip and Lindi Polk Tiffany Porter Brian and Kristin Post Anthony and Katerina Pothoulakis Kevin and Ginger Powell Steve and Stephanie Powell Carey Price Guy and Patti Price Jason Puckett Dwayne and Julie Purcell Pamela Pye Jim and Jade Reardon Jaime and Alison Recasens Phil Reed Laura and Tim Reedy Lowell and Alice Reid Sarah Rhodes Ed and Dawn Richardson Kevin and Kelly Richardson Terrence Richardson Debbie and Dave Ritchie Todd and Carolyn Rittmueller Steve and Peggy Roberts Ed and Susan Ross David and Jennifer Roth Larry and Pamela Ruff Bob and Susan Rumble Mark and Kimberly Rumph Chip and Suzanne Russell Josh and Jennifer Sacca Mari Cruz Salazar Patrick Sanders Jennifer and Ron Schaber Cory and Tanya Schilling Randy and Casey Schiltz Bradley and Alyson Schroeder Timothy and Carol Schutt Rob and Ele Scott Patrick and Lindsay Sebesta Alan Segars Family Denise Sencen Connie and Ray Sheets Chad and Tracey Shell

Jason and Tiffany Shepard Derek and Carol Shepherd Robert and Teresa Shields Mark and Kimberly Shults Terry and Ashli Siddall Chris and Gina Sides Patrick and Rana Simonds Rich and Emily Simons Don and Shari Simpson Callan Sims Gary and Kathy Skelly Anonymous Jason and Susan Smith The Smith Family Lori Sneed Barend and Karyn Spies Ken and Contessa Stallings The Stampfl Family Kyle and Sarah Stansberry Dave and Beth Stefanowicz Jeff and Shawna Steilen Donald and Lisa Stevenson J.P. and Katie Stewart Wendell and Angela Strickland Patrick and Melissa Sullivan Ray and Kim Suplee Larry and Melissa Sutton Eric and Kama Swartz Jeff and Tiffany Taglienti Richard and Jana Tate Adriane Taylor Kyle and Katie Taylor Rob and Kerry Teas Jeff Terry Jeff and Peggy Thoman Andre and Arlainna Thomas Gerald and Carla Thomas Jamie and Amy Thomas Steve and Dawn Thomason Dawn and John Thompson Mark and Lee Thompson Wendy and Jay Tomme John and Heather Trainor Barry and Stacie Trottier Ben and Ardin Tucker James and Mary Tucker Denis and Julia Van Buren Alan and Diane Van Heest Whitney Van Lierop Susan Vaughn The Volz Family Hilary and Steven Vore Robert Vore Chris and Tracy Wakefield Anonymous Rick and Jill Wallace Brian and Christina Wallunas Micah Walsh Anonymous Blake and Sheilah Ward Trenton and Courtney Ward Taylor and Solange Warner Matt and Kristel Watts Carolyn Weathersbee The Weber Family John and Ava Wein David and Betsy Welch Ken and Terri Welch Chris and Kayla Weldon Julie and Michael Wells Julia West Nicholas Wheeler Richard and Deidra White Lamar and Lisa Whitley Colt and Amy Whittall Lindsey Wilkins Kate Willeford and Chris McMahon

James B. Williams Mary and Ross Williams Dietrich and Monique Winchester Ken and Kristen Wise Matthew Partain and Yoke Wong Kathryn Wright James and Amy Zacha Steven and Ellen Zachok Kevin and Kim Zawodzinski Patricia and John Zeitz

Gifts In Kind David and Dee Dee Rhodes Peachtree Tents & Events The Outdoor Lights

Honor Gifts Jeff and Tracy Ball In Honor of Jessica and Taylor Ball David and Lara Cesped In Honor of Kelly and Megan Cesped Terri and Hal Eisenberg In Honor of Chris Conrad Sohel Momin and Madelin Prendes In Honor of the KRCS Staff Pamela Pye In Honor of Addison Aniszewski Steve and Peggy Roberts In Honor of Luke and Elle Roberts Ken and Terri Welch In Honor of Jordan Patterson Braves 400 Club In Honor of John Smoltz

Robotics The Elrod Family Lowell and Alice Reid Rick and Debbie Skelley Benjamin D. Wainscott Tiger Connect Jeff and Tanya Lamkin

Corporate/ Foundation Unrestricted Gifts Benefactor’s Circle Alpharetta Construction Company Coca-Cola Comcast Dwell Design Studio, LLC Gartner Halyard Health Macy’s/Bloomingdale’s McKesson Foundation, Inc. Microsoft Morgan Stanley Northside Allergy and Asthma Preferred Sales Agency, Inc. Schwab Charitable Scottsdale Farms and Gianturco Family Inc. SDI Strong Tower Painting Strongside Solutions, LLC SunTrust Foundation Matching Gift Program Terri Kemp Interiors The Home Depot Charity Program Trust United Way of Greater Philadelphia and Southern New Jersey Wallace Insurance Services, LLC Wells Fargo Foundation

The Deitrich Family In Memory of Janet Boehm

Sustainer’s Circle Braves 400 Club Fidelity Investments Law Office of Larry L. Ruff, LLC Norfolk Southern Corporation Trust Account Sanofi-Aventis

David and Dee Dee Rhodes In Memory of Jamie Glasgow

Leader’s Circle Equifax Foundation

Sarah Rhodes In Memory of Jamie Glasgow

Headmaster’s Circle The Byrdhouse Ministries, Inc.

Memorial Gifts

S.M. Wilder In Memory of Danny Zeitz

Restricted Gifts Danny Zeitz Memorial Fund John and Kathryn Smoltz Patricia and John Zeitz S.M. Wilder LEAP Club Tom and Sharon Hall Media Center Paula and Bob Yeska MS Science Lab Joe D. Fowler

Corporate/ Foundation Unrestricted Gifts HS Gardening Grant Fred H. Loveday Endowment Fine Arts Theater Sanofi-Aventis Football Field Resurfacing SunTrust Foundation Matching Gift Program

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KING’S RIDGE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL ANNUAL REPORT

F I N A N C I A L S

A N N U A L

F U N D

P A R E N T

L E A D E R S H I P

G I V I N G

T E A M

A L U M N I

A S S O C I A T I O N

CH A IRS Paul and Amy McGruder, Doug and Carrie Lay,

PreK – 2nd

2007

3rd – 4th

Matthew and Dawn Broms, Chris and Michelle Eales, Chris and Gina Sides,

Stephen Elkourie Clay French Stephanie Minor Daniel Phelan Michelle Rafferty Travis Williams

5th – 6th

7th – 8th

9th – 10th

Chris and Tracy Wakefield,

11th – 12th

GRA D E L EV EL REPRESE NTATI V ES Steve and Jackie Littlefield,

PreK – K

Russell and Hilary Harris,

Pre1st – 1st

John and Jackie Pearson,

2nd

Rich and Julie Salvatierra,

3rd

Trenton and Courtney Ward, Matthew and Dawn Broms,

Chris and Michelle Eales, Dean and Amy Worley,

Brittany Bird Libby Byrnes Andrew Marshall Olivia McClure Josh McCormick

4th

7th

2010

8th

9th

B A L A N CE S H EET

Meredith Barnes Connor Beecham Anna Bishop Sash Calloway Jenny Connor Jacqueline Czekala Bailey Deushane Alexandra Einspahr Vaughn Elkourie Chelsea Ewing Macey Hill Matt McGuire Hillary McManus Travis Minor Hannah Rushin Marc Whitley

June 30, 2016

2011

Bob and Julia Muscott,

10th

Vince and Kim Campbell, Tim and Lisa Bridges,

K R C S

11th

12th

F I N A N C I A L S

F Y 20 16 R E V E N UE

FY 2 0 1 6 EX P EN S ES

in $000s

YE 2016

Current Assets Cash

$3,192

Other Current Assets

$1,359

Total Current Assets

Property & Equipment ■

Tuition & Fees

84%

Educational

Contributions

4%

Auxiliary 3%

Auxiliary

3%

Fundraising

Other Income

1%

Administrative & General 7%

Capital Campaign

8%

Gain on Interest Swap <4%>

Total Revenue

Total Expenses

100%

92%

2%

100%

Lauren Ailts Ben Coffee Ryan McCann

2009

5th – 6th

Tom and Shelley Middleton,

2008

$4,551

$35,820

Other Assets

$1,331

Total Assets

$37,151

Current Liabilities

$10,043

Long Term Liabilities

$13,641

Equity

$18,018

Total Liabilities & Equity

$41,702

Will Aiken Sarah Carlton Eric Cochran T.J. Fuller Courtney Guhl Tate Holcombe Maddie McBrayer Lindsay McClure J.R. Morton Rory Park Nathan Rassi Mackenzie Ryals Allie Wallin Blake Wallin

2012 Heather Allen Kayley Anderkin Kirsten Bagwell Remi Bagwell Trent Carpenter Annie Flaherty Kyle Gorman

Mackenzie Guhl Tanner Hamilton Tara Hartford John Jarrard Leah Kartovicky Alicia Kirkendall Haley Lee Miles Marshall Patrick McClure Jason McCoy Luke McCracken Pat Meisel Ashley Merkin Lauren Palmore Parisa Poorak Devon Schmitt Rachel Smoltz Jeff Sneed Lauren Valentino Elizabeth Volker Molly Watson Charlie Welch Connor White Christina Wilson Connor Winkle

2013 Molly Anderkin Julian Champ Sterling Coe Ralph Corser Camden Fuller Rachel Harris Allen Hetzel Sam Hughes Ansley Jenkins Ronald Jones Ryan Mazzilli Kelsey McGuire Lauren Porter Will Reagan Connor Richard Kennedy Taylor Zach Thomas Sydney Welch

2014 Zach Allen Nick Ares Elyse Beecham Tyler Born Gena Brown Alex Bryant Chris Bryant Grayson Byrd Grace Cagle Josh Carter Claudia De La Rosa Ashton Dickinson Alex Edwards Chase Elliott Cliff Farrow Janelle George Jordan Green Robert Grundy David Guhl

Taylor Hartman Connor Henderson Clark Heys Allison Hoskins Kendall Humphrey Marquise Jackson Sam Jarrard Harrison Joyner Ryan Kiss Josh Leonard Madelyn Livingston Hayden Long Julia Martin Stephen Meisel Alexandria Melnikoff Bailey Miller Blair Newton Michael Okafor Slade Osborne Shelly Sergio Bryce Simpson Cara Taylor Chase Tripi Austin Volz Christopher Wages Brandon Waller Chase Wansley Jackson Weldon Emma White Zack Witherspoon

2015 Kendall Allen Jack Armstrong Leland Bagwell Monique Bagwell Caroline Beasley Addison Bettis Connor Burns Anna Byrnes Ethan Charleston Evan Cole Jacob Cordero Helena DeGrazia Kayla Elrod Helen Fiorillo Becky Flaherty Larisa Hanger Penny Hart Thad Hatcher Rayne Heath Austyn Hennings Austin Higginbotham Henry Jones Madison Kendrick Trent Kreikemeier Emily Latham Chynna Lau Remy Lazarus Bowen Magill Kaitlyn McIntosh Tarez Miller Megan Miracle Adam Moore Brandon Morris Tyler Moss Madisyn Olson

Samantha Owen Alex Patti Breann Prophete Colin Richard Ethan Scott Rae Shumate-Tysor Bethany Sides Chandler Smith Jessica Sorohan Brandt Stallings Taylor Thomas Hailey Wagner Jenna Watry Amanda Wells Kelcie Winters Meredith Worley Taylor Yavari

2016 Brynn Askew Alexa Boulineau Brooke Brannon Austin Bridges Kyle Brnovich Creighton Buchanan Colby Byrd Brian Cochran Kenna Coe Emory Collins Daniel Corser Olivia Dato Echo Dong Fraser Ellard Spencer George Caroline Henriksen Paxton Hetzel Ramtin Jadbabaei Behbahan Rojean Jadbabaei Behbahan Will Janofsky Chloe Johnson Alyssa Kiss Olivia Kolkana Alex Leonard Benjamin Lewis Kamiko Ma Joshua Mack Savanah Manos Austin McCormick Jack Meisel Drew Merkin Cullen Monette Bailee Mullen Scott Murphy Anna Kate Newall Anna Newton Tomisin Odetoyinbo Alex Orkin Sam Owens Trey Parker Zach Pitts Billy Ruff Carly Smoltz Alexandra Stampfl Bianca Tate Lexie Teas Mason Thompson Benjamin Wainscott

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G R O U P S

What Will You Do With Your God-Designed Purpose, Passion and Calling?

Consider becoming a member of the following areas:

Care and Prayer Committee

The JOURNEY for Life Impact (JLI) is a distinctive life and college prep approach with lifelong implications for students.

A network of parents that provide prayer and care for the specific levels within KRCS such as rides and meals.

It allows KNOWING how each student has been created with a unique purpose via a path of self-discovery from Pre-K through twelfth grade. This involves intentional, planned actions toward achieving their life and career goals while developing skills on leading others by serving at the highest level. While Career Exploration and College Preparation are addressed by students in all school levels, accelerated attention is placed in these areas starting in the ninth grade. Students complete a 16-tier data-driven career discovery process online through the YouScience Profile. This assessment allows students to discover their core drivers (what they do naturally well), interests (what they love to do) and amplifiers (God-given areas of passion). So, what makes YouScience unique? • It uses a series of mental exercises to scientifically measure the 14 most important aptitudes (natural abilities) to make a

May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.

Women’s Bible Study Weekly bible study for women that meet on Wednesday mornings.

Romans 15:13 NIV

career choice.

All Are Welcome

• It measures career interests to identify work activities and

When selecting a school for your child, most

occupations that individuals like and find exciting.

people don’t consider the community that they

Moms in Prayer

will be joining. This “community” becomes

A weekly gathering of moms to support their children, teachers and administration in prayer.

• It uses a specialized algorithm to recommend best-fit

more than a collection of people. It is a

careers that optimize a person’s abilities and interests.

collaborative compilation of KNOWING each person’s story as a result of our integrated

The JOURNEY for Life Impact allows students to cultivate their dreams, explore options and recognize they have been designed to be uniquely known as His.” Dr. Joe Hutto, director of Life Impact, shares, “YouScience is a great tool that serves as a framework to focus our process in the high school years. Combining student aptitudes and interests allows us to guide them on a clearer path to educational and career success. The JOURNEY for Life Impact engages students to cultivate their dreams, explore options and recognize they have been designed to be uniquely known as His. The outcome will be alumni who depart the KRCS campus with great potential to impact the world. Much like Daniel serving in Babylon, they will stand out as distinctive servant leaders in their environments.”

experiences. It is clear that God created us to be in community and allowing His light to shine through us as we support each other is a way to honor Him.

Prayer Partners

The King’s Ridge community is strengthened

A dedicated group of adults gather and pray once a month for God’s continued favor upon King’s Ridge Christian School.

by the approach to Christian life. Five relational ministries are available to all KRCS parents and are part of an engaging Christian environment where one can experience Christian love and acceptance. If you would like information on how to join one or more of these groups, please feel free to refer to the KRCS All School News, calendar, or contact Angie Bauman, director of Christian Life at abauman@kingsridgecs.org.

Men’s Prayer Group This men’s group meets every other Friday morning for networking, prayer and bible study.

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O R G A N I Z A T I O N

Student Scholarship Organization Opens the Gate to Fill the Gap

2016 STUDENT SCHOLARSHIP ORGANIZATION DONORS

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T R U S T E E S

Leslie Kurtz, Chair Dr. Daniel C. Garabadian, Vice-Chair Jean-Michel Ares Julie Arnold Dr. Abel De La Rosa Bill Evans, Jr. Pastor Thomas Hammond Tim Kittredge Jeffrey B. Lamkin Douglas T. Lay Virginia Martin Amy Major McGruder Al Nash Richard Penkoski C. David Rhodes, III

Ben and Dawn Ackerman

Brian and Kristin Kohrman

Since 2008, the Georgia Private School Tax Credit has provided a way for

Tom and Cheryl Adkin

Walter and Leslie Kurtz

independent schools to expand funding of tuition assistance to students without

Eric and Pam Anderson

The Lamkin Family

having to go to donors to ask for additional contributions for financial aid.

Robert and Amanda Andrzejewski

Jami Langley

Edsel and Julie Arnold

Greg Larkin

John and Julie Barnett

Doug and Carrie Lay

Steven Barnett

Mark Lazzara

Jason and Dana Boyer

Steve and Dawn Leffin

Steven and Cass Bradley

Byron and Dana Letchworth

David and Beth Ann Braswell

Jeff and Heather Love

Sam and Cathy Brnovich

John and Lynn Marshall

Matthew and Dawn Broms

Lowrie and Randy McCown

Alan and Denise Brown

John and Mary Helen McGruder

John and Tracy Buchanan

Paul and Amy McGruder

Roger and Michele Campbell

John and Rebecca Meeker

Greg and Cindy Charleston

Paul and Adrianne Miller

Stuart and Kimberly Coe

Doug and Pamela Miracle

John and Yvette Daniel

Jason and Michelle Moccia

Brent and Melissa Davis

Sohel Momin and Madelin Prendes

Lowrie B. McCown

Christopher and Valorie Davis

Dapo and Lara Odetoyinbo

Abel and Kristan De La Rosa

Rusty and Donna Parrish

Associate Headmaster Chief Operating Officer

Darren Decker

John and Darcy Partridge

Tim and Jeanne Deitrich

Joe and Cindy Patti

Chuck DeNormandie

Paul and Archella Pelletier

John and Kelly Deushane

Rich and Karen Penkoski

Keith Allen

Jay and Aimee D’Meza

Kevin and Ginger Powell

Director of Facilities

Chris and Michelle Eales

David and Keri Preter

Bill Evans

Russ and Kim Reagan

Steve and Margaret Farrar

Jim and Mary Reeves

Andrew and Michelle Firstman

Lowell and Alice Reid

Tom and Susan Galbreath

David and Dee Dee Rhodes

Dean and Gemma Gamage

Sarah Rhodes

Daniel and Renaye Garabadian

Ed and Susan Ross

Haydee Gerding

Bradley and Alyson Schroeder

education as they develop sensitivity to others’ needs in their immediate culture

Luca and Kathy Gianturco

Brian and Jocelyn Smith

locally and around the world. It prepares them for their college experience and for

David and Sarah Glover

Ross and Candice Smith

Stefanie G. Gammage

the world in which they will live and work.

Thomas and Wendy Gregory

Ted and Shannon Smith

Lower School Principal

Randy and Gina Guhl

John and Kathryn Smoltz

From its inception, King’s Ridge Christian School intended to be an inclusive

Tom and Sharon Hall

John and Elizabeth Stephenson

environment and, as Christians, we believe that we honor God by creating

Geoff and Leigh Halsema

J.P. and Katie Stewart

community reflecting all of His children. One of the goals in educating our students

Terry and Laura Harp

James and Barbara Thomas

Holly Krig-Smith

is to provide them with a global connectedness. By interacting on a daily basis

Russell and Hilary Harris

Mark and Kim Venti

Director of Fine Arts

and developing relationships with friends who are from other cultures, countries,

Troy and Susan Harris

Mark and Kathy Volker

economic levels, and who have a variety of talents and gifts, our students develop

Jim and Allyson Jacobi

Chris and Tracy Wakefield

an appreciation and agility in their future careers to naturally interact with a wide

Brian and Deborah James

David and Betsy Welch

range of people who think, look and act in ways that may appear different. We know

Stephen James

Josh and Stephanie Wimberley

that studying about others in a book, going on a community service project for a day

Brian and Hatsumi Jones

Dean and Amy Worley

or a mission trip for a week is only an introduction, not an education. Our desire is

Mike and Liz Jurgens

Mary Wright

for our students to be educated with immersion experiences, working with people

Kevin and Carolyn Kester

who bring their own approach to the table.

Timothy and Tarrah Kittredge

As a Christian School, KRCS vets our partner companies with a filter to ensure we are working with those who operate with the same ethical values we demand of ourselves and to be truthful and transparent in how we communicate and make decisions. A number of Student Scholarship Organization (SSO) companies were interviewed and the decision was made to partner with Apogee. While Apogee wasn’t the largest SSO in the state, we recognized a group that aligned with an operational excellence we strive to model at KRCS. They were progressive with their technology operations, offered stellar customer service, and the only SSO that at the time offered an online registration with supporting credit card transaction capability. Knowing the demographics and busy lives of our families, we felt this organization was a natural fit for KRCS. What is the SSO? Each individual, married couple, C-corp or S-corp who has a Georgia state liability is eligible to redirect a portion of those taxes toward a Student Scholarship Organization partnered with an independent school. It ultimately costs Georgia taxpayers no money as your contribution is refunded to you at tax time. These funds are then directed to students who enroll from a public school to an independent school and only those who demonstrate need through the financial aid application process are eligible for funds. How does the SSO benefit all KRCS students? The SSO permits the gateway for children to enroll from families who can afford to pay a portion of tuition, but need some help to fill the gap. The SSO allows our students to develop relationships with enrolled classmates who have a range of economic resources at their disposal. This is part of their

Administration, Advancement and Business C. David Rhodes, III Headmaster Chief Executive Officer

Lowrie B. McCown Associate Headmaster Chief Operating Officer

Guy D. Price Chief Financial Officer

Operations Team

Wendy L. Tomme Executive Assistant to Associate Headmaster

Dr. Hunter M. Chadwick High School Principal

Jimmy Chupp External Advancement Coordinator Head Varsity Football Coach and Program Coordinator

Clifford S. Clarke Director of Technology and Computer Science

Dr. Joe Hutto Director of Life Impact

Lisa K. McGuire Director of Admission/Marketing

Todd Mooney Director of Athletics

Douglas M. Pesce Middle School Principal


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King's Ridge Christian School 2015-2016 Annual Report  
King's Ridge Christian School 2015-2016 Annual Report