5th Grade Attends Enterprise Village

Posted October 23, 2018

The 5th grade recently attended Enterprise Village–an educational, interactive town in Pinellas County designed as a part of upper elementary curriculum. It teaches students in a fun, hands-on way how to be an active citizen in a thriving community. Students prepare for Enterprise Village from the beginning of the school year.  On the day they […]

The KCS Benefit Dinner, Nov. 8th

Posted October 14, 2018

We hope you will join us for an elegant night out at the beautiful St. Pete Coliseum on Thursday, November 8th (6:30-8:30 pm). This is always a wonderful time of food, fun, and fellowship. This year will have a “Homecoming” feel with several teachers and coaches from the past in attendance as well.  Most of all, […]

New Teacher Highlight: Mrs. Britney Brush, High School English

Posted October 3, 2018

Britney joins KCS from the Dominican Republic mission field, where she and her husband, Chris (Keswick’s new Technology Director), served for two years. Chris grew up in the Seminole, FL area and both he and Britney have been in Christian education/ministry since they graduated from college. Chris and Britney have been married for 10.5 years […]

Homecoming week is underway!

Posted September 26, 2018

KCS is having a blast with Homecoming week! The court, and King and Queen (Rio Jenkins & Joann Mitchell) were announced on Monday. The elementary students loved it as Rio and Joann made the rounds to their classrooms in their crowns. We’ve also had theme days that both students and faculty alike have gotten into. […]

New car magnets available (with new KCS crest)

Posted September 20, 2018

Keswick has a new crest, and also updated car magnets.  Stop by the any of our school offices today, and get one!

Scenes around Campus

Posted September 13, 2018

Here are a few scenes we saw around our campus this week: Preschool students work on STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) projects. The first grade COMPASS class learns about Botany (hands-on!) Second grade posing silly (or sweet) for the camera!  5th grade finds out that fractions are fun!! (well, especially if M&Ms are included)!

New Teacher Highlight: Mrs. Rachel Schweiger, Middle School English Teacher

Posted September 13, 2018

Mrs. Schweiger was born and raised in the Palm Harbor area and is married to Jon. He served 15 years in the US Coast Guard—so they have lived all over the United States, including Alaska and NYC! He now serves as a police officer for the St. Pete Police Dept. They have two boys, Tristan […]

New Teacher Highlight: Mr. David Dare, Middle School History Teacher

Posted September 11, 2018

Mr. Dare met the girl that would become his wife when he was in just seventh grade! Now, they have now been married for 13 years and have two children (Isaiah, age 7 and Taylor, 3). In life outside the classroom he loves spending time with his family and traveling, as well as watching and […]

New Teacher Highlight: Miss Katie Stachula, High School Math Teacher

Posted September 6, 2018

Miss Stachula (pronounced Sta-hula) comes to KCS with four years teaching experience in Pinellas County Schools. She grew up in the Chicago land area and since all of her family still lives there, they visit each other as much as they can! In life outside the classroom, she enjoys spending time with her boyfriend and […]

KCS Alumni Facebook Page

Posted August 31, 2018

There is a new Facebook Page for all KCS alumni (and their families). We hope you will follow us there to connect with other alumni, share updates, and find content specific to our graduates!