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Vancouver, WA
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3300 NE 78th St
Vancouver, WA 98665

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(360) 574-1613
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October 20, 2014
My child now attends a different school and we are very happy with it. I will get to the point. We wanted some answers from the church board about some of their decisions and were told that we could not meet with them. We talked with other parents and tried to form a parent organization to have a say and to get information from the church but we were told that parents could not form a group. After attempts with the church pastors and the church board, we could not get the truth or any help. People in that church and school will say what parents want to hear but will not take action but just string parents along. And when people try to do something about it, they just get rid of the students, parents, or even their own staff that try to be part of the solution. Instead there is just cover up after cover up. Eventually we figured out why the school was making the parents angry, and everything pointed to the church. It just makes me sick to think that we wasted our time and money on that place. I guess the school may get better but it will take many years and getting new church leaders. We knew it would be a huge risk to have our child in the school, so we made a choice for safety.

- submitted by a parent
October 08, 2014
I had the pleasure to attend the chapel today at King's Way with my Middle Schooler. Mr Gillock presented today's message after worship. It was one of the most inspiring messages I have ever heard. We feel so blessed to be a family of King's Way, and have felt so accepted since enrolling our 2 kids in the school this year. Thank you for what you've done for us.

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2014
My kids have attended KWCS since Kindergarten and there is far more good to focus on than bad. Unfortunately, in our society, bad news typically is the only news that makes news. It is extremely unfortunate some of the families commenting had bad experiences but no organization will be able to make everyone happy all of the time. And rest assured, the positives far outweigh the negatives when it comes to the school at all levels. I would even argue, some of the negative comments on this page, were the same person or persons commenting more than once. The school has had its challenges, no doubt. I am a firm believer that the changes made this year have made a huge difference as to the climate in the middle school and high school. My kids have thrived both in academics and with their spirituality. They won't and never will get the latter from public schools. This is a great school with a lot to offer. There have been bumps along the way as with any organization or institution. A final thought, for every negative comment on here, there are twenty positive ones that aren't on here yet. If you are considering sending your children here, pay the school a visit in person. R4.5

- submitted by a parent
October 05, 2014
This is a great school and I highly recommend it to others! Yes it has it's ups and downs, but so does everything else in life. You can't expect everything to be done perfectly and I can see teachers and administration trying to make it the best school possible.

- submitted by a community member
October 04, 2014
It obvious that someone, perhaps the church side, lead all five of the reviews that just happened to land on the same day, Oct 3rd. Sneaky and misleading should be in KW mission statement. I pulled my child from KW Middle School after the unprofessionalism of last year. We were told time and time again to put our concerns in the hands of the Lord, we were told the right leaders were informed of the craziness.....thanks to a few parents who spoke up and were later punished. But the "leaders" did too little too late. I was shocked to hear and later asked myself to make sure it was true, that the Church Pastors never even met the MS bible teacher last year. Not a hello, not a shake of the hand, nothing, Please don't assume all is well when you see "Christian" in the title of the school. The church hides behind their four walls and brushes issues under their golden plush carpet.

- submitted by a community member
October 03, 2014
My children have attended KWCS since pre school. My son is currently a freshman and my daughter is a 7th grader. What a blessing it has been to have them surrounded my loving Christian teachers and friends. We have seen many changes in the school over the past several years, some we were pleased with others took some working through. The point is with God as the clear leader of this school, He foresees the bigger picture and has taken our school to a greater level this year where his presence is clearly evident. Our new high school principal is a true blessing and truly has a heart for building relationships with parents and students, but most importantly God. My son plays football and has the pleasure of playing under head Coach Gillock, my son came to me after two weeks of school and practice and said I feel like my walk with God has grown in these last 2 weeks just by being around coach. Then we found out Coach Gillick would be his new Bible teacher and campus pastor and we could not of been more pleased. This school year is only a month in and we are so pleased we chose to continue our sons high school education here as well as our daughters middle school experience.

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2014
We have 3 children attending King's Way Christian School an have been for a few years. During that period of time we have seen some incredible changes. The Athletic facility that was built for Soccer, Football and LaCrosse is FANTASTIC! We remember when it as just a pasture. Now our kids are using it for PE and lunch recess daily. Can't wait until they get to MS and HS and can play sports on it. We attended the first HS football game this year, along with 2000 of our closes friends and had a fun evening. Ms. Kipp is our Bible teacher this year(what a wonderful addition to the MS)and along with the other middle school teachers we look forward to a terrific year. We can't say enough positive things about KWCS, If you read this, please check it out for yourselves. Our kids and us just love King's Way. Truly a blessing ...

- submitted by a parent
October 03, 2014
I have been part of King's Way for seven years, both as a staff member and parent. It is a great family to be a part of. Teachers have cared deeply about my children, and poured into them the love and knowledge of Christ. There are many activities offered and King's Way focuses on the whole child, not just the academics of them. My family has been blessed by being here, we have grown in who we are in Christ. I highly recommend King's Way to anyone looking for a positive learning atmosphere, where Christ is first for their child, K-12.

- submitted by a teacher
October 03, 2014
King's Way Christian Schools (KWCS) is not just about having your child experience a Christ-based education. KWCS is about a community of family, teachers, and administrators who reach out beyond their daily responsibilities to nurture the student's educational experience, to grow the student's relationship with God, and to cultivate a desire to serve those who are in need. My children go to to KWCS and I cannot imagine a place where we are more accepted, where our "family" reaches out to us in faith, any time we are down.

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2014
Two weeks into this school year, and it is a total mess. I thought choosing a private school means better service. Having regrets about choosing this school over two other schools. I should have listened to others and ask more questions.

- submitted by a parent
September 07, 2014
New administration and AD in high school. Seem like terrific choices. AD got back to me asap. New principal friendly and out going. Kids really like them both. Me too. They actually have years of experience for their positions. WOW!! Refreshing. School still not perfect, but headed in the right direction. Church board I hope has gotten some backbone, and I hope holding employees accountible.. High school was great educationally last year for my child. Looks terrefic again. One thing that has been tolerated is the rude, disrespectful behavior of some students toward teachers. Those parents need to be held accountable and their child expelled if actions not changed. That would happen once in my classroom, and either the student would be gone, or I would. Onward and upward King's Way Christian Schools. A happier parent. I gave 4 stars, but very easily can give 5 for many teachers, employees, etc.

- submitted by a parent
September 04, 2014
Wow. Why did I come back to this school when my friends are not there any more and it feels different. Not the same school. #dooverplease #wasteoftime #gotburned

- submitted by a community member
August 29, 2014
This summer has been the worst ever. Disorganized and confusing. My child does not have a complete schedule, and the school has not hired all the teachers yet! We have been left in the dark but now it's too late to change schools. I feel like we are wasting our hard earned money for this school.

- submitted by a parent
August 24, 2014
This past year we had major issues with the elementary principal and lack of support (likes to take the easy way out and not make tough decisions). Our child will not attend this school for the upcoming year. It's not worth the money we pay for. We can save our money and have an extra $200,000 for our child to attend a Christian college down the road.

- submitted by a parent
August 20, 2014
When I heard from one of the parents that the church pastors have made 8 top administrator changes in the past 8 years, I knew that we did not want to stay beyond our short time there. I have worked as a company executive, and I can see that the problem is not with the school but with the church. From what I have also heard, the church board is not doing anything to correct the mismanagement of its pastors. I typically look into these matters with greater skepticism but my own children have told me disturbing things, particularly about the middle school. I seriously doubt the church cares and wants to listen to parents. So much for customer service; my children deserve better so we have moved on.

- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2014
My entire family has been extremely disappointed with the school in the past few months. We are not well informed of next year's classes and teachers. Half a dozen teachers have left the high school since June. Other staff are being moved around like pawns. Emails from the church that are unprofessional and tactless invade our sense of trust in the people running that place. Friends in the elementary and middle school are also not happy with the lack of respect for parents from the principals. We thought the school was moving in a wholesome direction in the past two years with good leadership that is now gone. We recommended the school to our friends. Now we are ashamed that the school bears the word "Christian" and do not want to be a part of it.

- submitted by a parent
June 14, 2014
I am giving this school a generous average of 3 stars. We have attended King's Way for 8 very long years. Most of the teachers love theses kids with their whole hearts and really know them by the end of year. The school is struggling with some major growing pains. Middle school is not immune. The administration hired unqualified teachers that could not manage the kids and therefore created a turnover rate similar to fast food. There is also the pure fact that there is zero communication until it is absolutely necessary. I would say if you are bent on private school, start when they are young and then leave after elementary. Dont waste time, money, or energy on the middle school or above.

- submitted by a parent
June 03, 2014
Kings Way has had unusually high staff turnover this year. Over half of my child's teachers we're let go or left. Now they have terminated someone else. The school academically is not challenging. The students are allowed bully and tease others (not very Christian like). This school was very disappointing in all aspects. Public schools offer more challenging classes, diversity and staff consistency!

- submitted by a parent
May 16, 2014
Horrible school for my young kindergartner ! They do not have enough supervision on the students that are bad.The school needs more teachers supervising the children in the lunch room and on the recess. The children didn't have enough time to eat and the kids that are bad ran the cafeteria! The children's recess was horrible while the two so-called teachers watching the kids talked to each other while children were misbehaving. I just regret not coming sooner to see how they run things. My child does not want to return next year and I don't blame him. I would not recommend this school!

- submitted by a parent
May 09, 2014
We have been at King's Way for years and love the school. The teachers are amazing and kind and they really care about what is best for the students. It's like a big family, and we support the superintendent of the past 2 years and the direction he is leading the school with integrity and godly wisdom. Our children have thrived but unfortunately we may pull our children from the school because of the church and lack of wise leadership. We know a former church employee who told us things about church leadership that we can't even mention here, it's that bad. We talked with teachers to get more information and they said the same thing about the church but some would not go into detail because they want to keep their jobs. Most of the teachers do not even attend that church because of what they know. I am a Christian, and I want my children to be in a place where they feel safe and where I know they are safe. I trust the teachers and administrators. But I do not trust that particular church. If this is a place where teachers work in fear under a dark cloud of the church, then I am not convinced that it is healthy for me or for my children. Looking for another local Christian school...

- submitted by a parent
March 20, 2014
My colleagues and I agree that this school is a great place to work and a great school for our own children. It's had setbacks like all organizations do but things were really starting to turn around when they hired the new Superintendent. Now we are uneasy about everything moving forward.

- submitted by a parent
March 16, 2014
My fellow teachers and I agree that our teaching staff is getting stronger at all grade levels. Our middle school has experienced some challenging times, but from what parents and students have told us, those teachers that are gone in the middle of the school year were not a good fit and did not respond well to parent concerns. Many of us on the teaching staff are happy with the changes in the faculty (but I think it could've gone better). There is a good reason why those teachers are no longer at King's Way, and common sense tells us why and, as a teacher, it is insulting when people make uninformed comments because great teachers are still at our school. We are not a perfect school but we are making so many improvements with our leadership team and change does not happen overnight. Our teaching team is happy to be at King's Way because we believe in our superintendent and principals because we are moving in the right direction spiritually and with academics and they listen to our hearts. What I hope is that we can all be on the same team and support one another the way Jesus wants us to.

- submitted by a teacher
March 13, 2014
So sad that this school has problems. Not small but BIG! What is sad is good teachers are leaving. What do you do as a parent my kids have friends there and the parents are great people who want the best for the kids.

- submitted by a parent
March 10, 2014
Our kids absolutely love it at King's Way! We have had nothing but positive interactions with the leadership and staff. The Superintendent has been so encouraging as we have had to walk through some learning issues with our child. The academic support team has been amazing.

- submitted by a parent
March 09, 2014
I have a daughter in the middle school, and she loves King's Way. She has good friends at the school that love and accept her. The principal and superintendent have been very supportive, and we believe the school is in the right direction. We were shocked by a handful of parents that have harrassed us over their personal issues and tried to pull us in a direction that we felt was not God-honoring. If these are the families that are leaving, then it's probably best for both them and the school. The way we were treated by those parents was not Christian. I am glad that the administrators stand up for what is right. We are excited about our daughter's future at King's Way.

- submitted by a parent
March 03, 2014
Elem is great, but after that it's a huge down hill ride. Teachers being let go mid year. Teachers without teaching degrees or classroom management skills, church side not holding administration accountable and parents not having a voice. Folks, you can get all this in the public schools for free, don't bother paying for it at KW. Enrollment is down in the HS and next years numbers will show the disfunction of the new administration. My kids have been there for 9 years, and we are gone after this year. Just because the word "Christian" is in the school name, don't assume it flows around the entire building. Think twice before sending your kids here, ask around, get a handful of perspectives, look beyond the elem side. HUGE DISAPPOINTMENT and a lot of money that could have been put into our college accounts. Good luck.

- submitted by a parent
January 28, 2014
We've been at Kings Way for 6 years, wonderful teachers, friendly & supportive atmosphere, kids thriving, not perfect but well worth it!

- submitted by a parent
January 08, 2014
I pulled my daughter out for extreme bulling !!!!! I might add she is in the full day kindergarten..... They did NOTHING about it!!!! I am a very well read Christian and I am telling you they do NOT teach Christian behavior. The best thing I have ever done in mylife was taking my child out of kings way!!!!! I believe in my heart that this school is only about money.... Best of luck finding a school for your child. God Bless

- submitted by a parent
December 12, 2013
King's Way is an amazing school. This year Middle School is starting a Student Government. They are planning a lot more student activities . The teachers are great. They help students learn more about the school standards, but more importantly about morals and how to be a good example. The leadership has been amazing, they have made new decisions that are best for the students growth. I love King's Way not only because of their education, but also because of the athletics program. The coaches provide time for your child to understand the sport and exceed in it. I love King's Way and everything about them. One Way His Way, Always King's Way.

- submitted by a parent
December 12, 2013
I asked my daughter what her favorite things about King's Way are and this is what she had to say. The school has a yummy and healthy lunch program. :-) The teachers have a caring classroom environment in the high school and really care about the students. They are always available to help students even after hours or at lunch time. The technology teacher is amazing! The sports program is good and the coaches want to win but it's more about building character and friendships with each other and the community. The vibe from the student body and staff is they are welcoming and encouraging to newcomers. The HIgh School Principal and staff have made this transition to a new school awesome! We are very pleased with King's Way! GO KNIGHTS!

- submitted by a parent
November 21, 2013
We have two children that have been at Kings Way since they were 22 months old. Currently they are in Pre-school and Kindergarten. We absolutely love the school, administration and curriculum. Academically our children are leaps and bounds above their peers at other schools. Any time we have had any concerns they were immediately addressed and resolved to our satisfaction. The teachers make bible lessons fun and I find our children have gained an extensive knowledge of the bible through the school year. I find the other parents to be very involved in the classroom and the school provides many opportunities for families to get to know each other through bible studies for moms, family nights on Fridays, volunteering in the classrooms or the Watch DOGS (Dads of Great Students) program to keep the school safe and secure. I really am surprised by some of the recent comments. I have never heard any parent complain about any of the things mentioned in the parent reviews. I would recommend the school to all of my friends and family!

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2013
We used to be so proud to have our children attend King's Way and would tell everyone we knew what an extraordinary school it was. It pains is beyond words to say that this once illustrious Christian school now seems little better than a public school and that after much deliberation and rumination our children are not returning this year. While there are still some great staff and teachers, the school has declined overall to the extent that we would now discourage any friends of ours from church or elsewhere from considering King's Way.

- submitted by a parent
June 26, 2013
Very dissatisfied with recent interactions with administration via learning center side. Erroneous fees throughout the school year, without clear and concise reasoning. When asked for specifics, they do nothing but throw basic and generalized answers at you. While very saddened that we won't be blessed with the loving and caring teachers the learning center does have, I am both dismayed and SHOCKED at the number of students not moving on to kindergarten. Kingsway use to be an elite school, now it has turned into nothing but a money hungry institution.

- submitted by a parent
May 14, 2013
I just don't get these recent posts. My kids love King's Way, and one of them was targeted, bullied, harassed, and even hit by one particular classmate. So we did our part as parents and informed school leadership, and they took quick action and held the student accountable for his/her action. Our friends who are also King's Way parents believe their children are safe. The administrators also have their children at King's Way so it's hard to believe they would tolerate bullying. Not buying it. My children's friends and their parents think the teachers and administrators are doing a great job. It's sad that others don't feel the same way, and I'm not here to try to sway others. People have to make up their own mind, but my wife and I take the time and work with the school to arrive at solutions, and it works. We have tried several other private schools but are settled on King's Way.

- submitted by a parent
June 06, 2012
This school is ok academically. The teachers seem to inflate the grades so that it looks like the kids have great scores but when it comes to MAP testing the results are different. For example your straight A student will score in the average range on a MAP test. If you have a problem with bullying, this school will do NOTHING to resolve the issue. The principal will go out of his way NOT to address any problems. Their anti-bullying rules in their handbook basically don't exist. If you are looking for a school with well behaved kids this is NOT it and the parents don't behave any better. If you don't mind your kid coming home with gum in her hair while being cussed at in Chapel than this is the school for you! Don't expect any help from the administration and you will do great there!

- submitted by a parent
October 26, 2010
bad bad my son was almost killedin a fight there and the mangment did nothing

- submitted by a parent
February 26, 2010
I'v been a student at KWCS from Pre-K through 8th grade and have found this school to be one of the best. The teachers create a personal relationship with each student and are willing to devote their personal time to helping others who need it. The learning environment is magnificent, and the teachers will present their knowledge to us in any way required. Though there has been some change in the administration, I believe that KWCS will remain a very strong school. My only concern is that KWCS doesn't offer a very good arts program (Theater, Photo, Band, Paint, Dance, Etc.), therefore causing me to have to change schools this year. I have transfered to the Vancouver School of Arts and Academics and have found it to be an equally good school, but still miss the Christ-centered classes & make frequent visits to KWCS to offer help and say hi to old teachers. If you/your child isn't intending a career in the arts, then KWCS is by far the best school (public or private)for you/your child to attend.

- submitted by a student
January 20, 2009
We're new to Kings Way as of Sep08; out of the 3 private christian schools we have attended, King's Way is by far the top. They have recruited the Best teachers and provide a wonderful Christian based higher education.

- submitted by a parent
September 08, 2008
This is my first year attending King's Way Christian High School. I find the teachers to be kind and supportive. I have a lot of new great friends. The academics are top-notch.

- submitted by a student
August 24, 2008
We love Kingsway. My son was in 7th this past yr, doing very well. In his last school he was very bored, disrupted class, grades weren't bad, but could've been better if he'd cared & applied himself. He hated school every day. After transferring to Kingsway, he wouldn't say that he 'LIKES' school now, but it's evident that he's at least interested, getting all A's & participates in class. His disruptive behavior has stopped & he's getting positive reviews from all his teachers. We've found them to be very pleasant to work with; they communicate with us via email on a regular basis about projects & events that are going on, even during summer. Last year they did a renaissance play, dinner, costumes. The elective classes are what we loved most, & being a family of mixed beliefs, the more general religious focus & history was a good fit for us.

- submitted by a parent
April 03, 2008
I was very happy with King's Way Learning Center until last year. The complete change in the Learning Center's administration definitely raised some suspicion - but they replaced with administration that is cold, unfriendly, and unwilling to help in certain situations. Several staff members have told me they are unhappy with the Administrators as well and are seeking new jobs elsewhere. Very unhealthy environment and we were forced to find another school and displace our child. I think the turn-over rate is going to spiral in the coming school year.

- submitted by a parent
January 20, 2008
This school is very unorganized and very unreligous. My child does not learn enough in there Bible classes.

- submitted by a parent
no rating January 15, 2008
I love this school! Our son has been here for 3 years and I have really enjoyed getting to know the staff and families of King's Way. I have found the administration to be flexible and receptive to feedback. My child's teachers have been phenomenal. I can't say enough about the team approach between family and school. I think being involved in your children's academic life is key regardless of your school. I must say however that the Christ centered curriculum is the best part!

- submitted by a parent
December 19, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
December 08, 2007
What a fantastic school with wonderful and truly caring teachers. The cirriculum is like no other and their new facilities are state of the art. The amount of parent participation is like no other and the accountability between parent child and teacher is tremendous. All the teachers are devoted to giving their students a top notch education scholastically and character building for life itself. Has there been a change in administration? Yes but only for the better - not to mention the extracurricular activities range from chess to wrestling for elementary students on up!

- submitted by a parent
no rating November 19, 2007
My daughter has attended King's Way since pre school. We were very happy there and recommended it to everyone until last year. It is a good school but with almost a total change in the administration over the last couple years things are changing and going down hill. Alot of the high quality staff has left for various reasons and the new teachers are nice but don't seem to teach to as high of standards from what I have seen. The students are wonderful and overall very respectful kids. This is a good school but we feel they are moving in a downhill direction overall so we are pursuing other options for our family. We are sad to feel the need to leave as we had hoped to stay at King's way through high school.

- submitted by a parent
August 27, 2007
This was a great school before the administration changed. My daughter started at the Learning Center in 2000 & continued through the 3rd grade. The best teachers are no longer at King's Way & the caring atmosphere has been replaced by greed. Teachers are not held responsible for their classes academic progress & there isn't any consistency in the children's discipline.

- submitted by a parent
March 14, 2007
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- submitted by a parent
August 17, 2006
Overall this school is a good quality school. The teachers are absolutely wonderful. I would say the academics are above the level of most public schools, but not as high as some private schools. The administration is not as receptive to parents concerns as I would like to see. I've had several problems over the years that were either ignored or deemed unimportant. I would love to see more respect toward parents from the administration, and more understanding towards students who aren't easy to deal with. There is very high parent involvement at this school. Overall I think the students are treated well and the academics are good.

- submitted by a parent
July 13, 2006
I like the fact of a Christian school. Morals are important. I would like to see happen in the school is see children struggling with a subject not be a sore subject to the school. If your not doing super well you are looked down on. You don't look good for there school.

- submitted by a parent
no rating June 19, 2006
I used to work with the principal of this school. She is an excellent principal. She does a great job.

- submitted by a teacher
April 11, 2006
The school is a strong Christian based school. It has problems but they are mild in when you measure them against a public school. The parents are very connected and teachers really seem to care about the students.

- submitted by a parent
April 06, 2006
We have found Kingway to be very clean and a great learning environment

- submitted by a parent
March 03, 2006
This school is a very good school. I feel that the teachers really care about my daughter, and the principal is wonderfull.

- submitted by a parent
December 09, 2005
I can't imagine having my boys anywhere else. King's Way has such a welcoming staff that truly cares about the children's well-being. Teachers love parent participation and there are lots of other school activities for parents to get involved with. The academics are above and beyond public schools. I am constantly amazed at what my kids are capable of. I used to think the school would put too much pressure on kids to achieve this, but it is not pressured at all. I have sat in the classes with my boys and am truly impressed with the many methods the staff use to teach. This is an amazing school and I cannot wait until the highschool is completed to see the school grow.

- submitted by a parent
September 13, 2005
My son is very happy at Kings Way. He went to two years of pre-school and is now starting Kindergarden. On the weekends he wants to know how many more days till it's a school day! The teachers are all great and I feel that they great personal interest in my son. They love him and he loves them. When my son started in pre-school at Kings Way he came from an in home day care and was somewhat aggressive from that situation. His teacher worked with him daily on expressing his feelings with words and not lashing out and today he expresses his feelings extremely well. I love the fact that Kings Way not only teaches academics, but also teaches other key life skills. Kings Way has my 100% recomendation.

- submitted by a parent
May 22, 2005
Awesome school with high academic standards teaching morals, values and respect. The staff is the best out there and the programs are incredible!

- submitted by a parent
March 19, 2005
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- submitted by a parent
February 23, 2004
Here is quality education, insisting on discipline with love in a Christ centered atmosphere. This is the way you wish that every school was able to function.

- submitted by a community member
August 26, 2003
Kings Way has a high moral ethnic standard. The kids are taught a grade ahead of what they are doing. The teachers are very polite and have no problem dealing with any situation. Plus lots of parent participation is encouraged.

- submitted by a parent
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Kings Way Christian Schools
3300 NE 78th St, Vancouver, WA  98665
(360) 574-1613
Last modified Kings Way Christian Schools is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
Kings Way Christian Schools Rating: 3 out of 5 based on 60 reviews. Top