Grace King High School fosters a culture of high expectations and believes that every student can and will be academically successful through positive teacher / student relationships that lead to a challenging learning environment where students feel valued.

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Open House is TODAY, September 2 at 5:00 PM

  Join us for the KINGdom’s Open House TODAY, September 2 from 5:00 PM to 6:30 PM in the gym. Meet faculty and staff, find out about  the Grace King curricula and get information about KINGdom afterschool activities. 

P.B.I.S. is holding Jeans Day Tomorrow, September 3!

P.B.I.S. (Positive Behavior Interventions and Support) is holding its first annual Jeans Day tomorrow, September 3.  In order to participate, students must meet the following requirements: 1. Students must have on their regular uniform shirt (tucking it in is optional). 2. Students must wear their IDs. 3. Any color jeans are allowed. 4. Jeans must […]


Who Dat Is? Introducing Family and Consumer Science Teacher Ms. Kimberly Augustine

Continuing with our weekly edition of Who Dat Is?, we introduce Ms. Kimberly Augustine. Ms. Augustine writes, “I am Kimberly Augustine, and I will be teaching Baking and Pastries classes this year. I officially moved to New Orleans after graduating from Dillard University in 1995. My husband and I have one son, Kendall, who is […]


Melanie Medina named as one of New Orleans’ Iconic Black Youth

Please join us in congratulating Class of 2018 member Melanie Medina who will be recognized tomorrow, August 29 as one of New Orleans’ Iconic Black Youth. Melanie underwent an extensive selection process for this honor, and she will be recognized in a live art exhibit to be held at Crescent City Boxing Club.   


Congratulations to Scholar-Athlete Russell Kelly!

The Fighting Irish went up against East Jefferson yesterday in the District Football Jamboree. According to The Advocate, “Grace King played valiantly, but turnovers stopped them from putting any points on the board.”  Please join us in congratulating Running Back Russell Kelly #4 who led the offense with 15 carries for 54 yards.

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