Kirkland Seventh-day Adventist School

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Why Attend KSDA?
What attributes of a school are the critical factors
in determining a student's success?
  • Is it school size, or class size?
  • Is it how many years the child attends Christian schools?
  • Or at what grade level they first enroll?
You may be surprised at the answers -
Spiritual Emphasis
According to a 2006 survey, spiritual focus and Christian values are the number one reason parents give for sending their children to Kirkland Seventh-day Adventist School.  Dedicated teachers encourage students to develop a personal relationship with Jesus Christ.  Emphasis is placed on moral and character development and positive interaction with others in all aspects of life—classroom, playground, in the community and at home.

(Click here to read Why Parents Choose KSDA)
Students at KSDA learn that serving mankind is our privilege and responsibility.  KSDA students make a positive impact on their community by sharing with those less fortunate, due to natural disasters, conflict, and social ills.
Kirkland students are known for their excellent academic performance.  In the second quarter of the last school year, over half of the eligible students in grades 4-8 achieved Honor Roll or Honorable Mention status. In fact, 54% of the students attained a GPA of 3.0 or higher.  The Honor Roll identifies students with a GPA of 3.5 or higher, and Honorable Mention includes those students with a 3.0-3.49 GPA level.
Students in grades 3-8 are assessed annually through the ITBS program.

KSDA School Administration believes that the single most important factor contributing to academic excellence is the quality of the teachers. 
KSDA faculty have the education and skills required to successfully teach young people, but they also have a personal commitment and dedication to helping their students become contributing members of society who love God and help each other.

Diversity and Respect
The KSDA student body reflects the rich ethnic diversity found in our nation of immigrants and the worldwide church. The student population includes African–American, Asian, European, Hispanic, Latin American, Pacific Islands and Caribbean cultural heritages. Students learning and growing together discover
“All are precious in His sight”, and understand the meaning of

         R3: Respect ~ Responsibility ~ Relationship.

Safe Caring Environment
Kirkland provides a safe environment for learning—spiritually, academically, and physically. Our teachers care about their students.   Involved parents and supportive church members are able to assist the teachers in focusing the students’ attention on the “things that matter”.

Music instruction in all band instruments and piano is available.  Band is required for grades 5-8.  Every year the band has opportunity to perform at churches, school programs and local events.   Students in lower grades are instructed in classroom music and singing.  They too get the opportunity to demonstrate their skills and talent at school programs.
Home and School Association
No Adventist education system is complete without the complementary support of the Home and School Association.  KSDA parents are encouraged to assist teachers through numerous volunteer opportunities—classroom activities, field trips, athletic programs, and the hot lunch program.  Through periodic open meetings, faculty and parents are able to work together to optimize the learning process, address personal issues and concerns, and focus on key goals and objectives.
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 5320 108th Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98033     Phone:  425-822-7554

Founded in 1945