- Street Address:
- 9125 50 ST NW
- Mailing Address:
- Postal Code:
- T6B 2H3
- (780) 465-8334
- (780) 465-8321
- Toll Free:
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King's is a liberal arts institution located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. At King's, students and professors search together for wisdom, challenging each other to examine real-world issues from a Christian perspective. King's offers Bachelor Degrees in Arts, Science, Commerce, Music, and Education.
Does offer online programming.
Is actively recruiting home educated students.
Is endorsed by Education Unlimited as Home-Education Friendly.
Home Education Admission Policy/Process/Procedure
Directives are intended for students who lack Alberta Programs of Study Accreditation and serve only as guidelines when seeking or preparing for admission equivalents (alternatives) to Alberta 30 level requirements.
Specific admission requirements vary with programs.
1. Recommendation from the facilitator of the home school program.
2. Home school transcript showing Gr 10, 11 and 12 coursework.
3. Demonstration of English proficiency. English proficiency can be demonstrated by an acceptable post-secondary introductory English course, an SAT/ACT English Exam, the Pearson Test of English, or by the King's On-Campus English Language Studies Assessment Test (ELSAT).
4. Proficiency in Program-Specific Areas. Science, Commerce, Environmental Studies, and 4-year Psychology and Sociology programs have additional program specific requirements to be aware of.
**Note that if the program applied for has a mathematics prerequisite and a prerequisite cannot be demonstrated from a home education transcript, King's has a Math Assessment that students can write to demonstrate Math proficiency. Students may also complete an SAT/ACT exam or an acceptable post-secondary math course to demonstrate proficiency in Math.
**Note that if the program has prerequisites in chemistry, biology and/or physics, and prerequisites cannot be demonstrated from a home education transcript or an assessment of curriculum/interview by a Science faculty member at King's, the student should apply for a 3-year (93 credit) Bachelor of Arts Undeclared program, seek prerequisite waiver(s) from the instructor(s) for the introductory course(s) in the subject areas(s) required and then change programs once the course(s) are successfully completed. Alternatively, students may complete the corresponding SAT/ACT exam or an acceptable post-secondary science course.
Students must be at least 16 years old by the time they begin classes at King's. Admission to King's is evaluated on an individual basis.
King's offers several virtual campus visit opportunities for prospective students. King's hosts virtual visit events, such as King's View Fridays, King's Encounter Weekends, and Open Houses during the academic year (September-April). These visits are not offered during summer months. However, King's also offers the opportunity for virtual zoom appointments and virtual tours. Please contact Admissions at firstname.lastname@example.org or 780-465-8334 for more information about virtual appointments or virtual visit events.
It's also important to note that King's does offer online learning at this time due to COVID-19 restrictions.
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