As the school prepares for the changes COVID-19 has brought to our community, here is a message from our Superintendent, Mr. Nick Stratis:
For Keswick families: An email from KCS leadership detailing the latest information pertaining to the school closure, and plans moving forward is now in your email inbox. Please check it as soon as possible. You can also find this information at your onCampus portal. Keswick is committed to your family and to continuing our high […]
Introducing the Valedictorian and Salutatorian for the KCS Class of 2020: Alexandra Trotter and Shane Corrigan! Zanna has attended KCS since Kindergarten. She says some of her fondest memories include playing middle school soccer, and being a part of the music program under Mrs. Steele. She plans to pursue either Medical Science or Music in […]
As the Tampa Bay Times said about KCS on Twitter after Friday night’s game: “(Athletic) school years don’t get much better than this.” This year has already brought Coach King her 500th win in volleyball. Now to add to that, Friday night’s varsity girls basketball win added two more milestones to the books! Their landslide […]
Hear ye, hear ye! The Prince is giving a Ball, and you don’t want to miss it! Rogers and Hammerstein’s CINDERELLA — coming March 5th, 6th, (at 7:30pm), and 7th (at 2 and 7:30pm) in the Caldwell Chapel. Here is a sneak peek of Elena Mangiaracina and Charity Kube as the wicked Stepsisters: And some […]
At yesterday and today’s District Spelling Bees, Keswick took 1st, 2nd and 4th place! The 5-8th grades competed yesterday. Special congratulations to: Amanda Yale (7th grade), the 1st place OVER-ALL DISTRICT CHAMP, Mark Davis (6th grade), the 2nd place runner-up, and Bella Descent (5th grade), the 4th place winner. Today, the 1-4 grades competed. Special […]
Between class parties, card exchanges, and lots of candy, Valentine’s Day is a favorite day for our students! To add to the fun, the Music Department offers balloons and serenades as an annual fundraiser. Here are a few snippets of the HS music students singing in the lower school classes: Have a Happy Valentine’s Day!
We rolled out the red carpet this weekend for the cutest couples in town! The annual February Father/Daughter Dance had a red carpet theme and was so much fun for all the father/daughter duos involved. Take a look at some of the star couples we had in attendance:
Friday was Keswick Serves, a day set aside for our high school students to give back to the community. This year they teamed up with the The Florida Dream Center, and assisted the Sheriff’s Department with a massive debris clean up along the railroad tracks in Lealman. Over twelve tons of debris was removed!
Today we celebrated the birthday of our school’s founder, Ruth Munce. Born on January 24, 1898, as a young widow and mother Ruth was faithful to the call of God to start a Christian school in Pinellas county. In this morning’s elementary Chapel, Mrs. Dumais shared with the students the many remarkable sacrifices she had […]