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!

New Teacher Highlight: Mr. Vit Lahsangah, High School Science Teacher

Posted August 30, 2018

Before joining Keswick faculty, Mr. Lahsangah was a chemist in the research and development industry. He and his wife have been married 19 years and have two sons, both students at KCS. They are a soccer family, and during soccer season spend most of their Saturdays supporting their boys’ teams. During the off-season, they consider […]

Technology in the Classroom

Posted August 29, 2018

Mrs. Tacia’s 5th grade lists adjectives describing who God is to them using a creative writing app on their iPads. While Mrs. Loughhead’s senior English class uses their school-issued iPads/keyboards for group study.

New Teacher Highlight: Mrs. Diane Irun, High School Spanish Teacher

Posted August 28, 2018

Mrs. Irun comes to KCS after a 20+ years of teaching in Asuncion, Paraguay (where she and her husband serve as a missionaries). As two of their sons transitioned to study and live in the United States, Diane sought the Lord for guidance. She says, “I felt Keswick was the only real match for me. […]

A Legacy We Can Never Forget

Posted May 8, 2018

Bill Caldwell recently went home to be with the Lord. As a school, we are indebted to his Godly vision and leadership. He helped the school to grow and thrive from the mid-60s on, and founded the Bible Conference that was connected to our school for decades. In addition, he established the first Christian radio […]

It’s All In The Math!

Posted April 20, 2018

Last Friday, April 13th, Keswick 3rd – 8th graders competed in the ACSI Math Olympics.  For the 9th year our KCS team took first place at the Elementary level and first place at the Middle School level.  Within the two teams, and as a whole, KCS took the most medals, most places, and ribbons in […]