About Kingsway

Mission Statement

The mission of Kingsway High School is to provide Christ-centered education for the wholistic development of every student; thereby training them to be creative, productive and committed professionals who will be of service to their fellowmen advancing the cause of God.

Vision Statement

Our school will function as a thriving community of learners empowered by God.

Our Motto

“Via Regis Optima Est”, "The Kings Way is Best!" 

Our Philosophy

The philosophy that undergirds the education provided at Kingsway Preparatory School is based on Seventh-day Adventist beliefs and practices, which hold that God, who is infinitely loving, wise and powerful, relates to human beings on a personal level.  Adventist education, therefore, imparts more than academic knowledge.  Our school seeks to create a conducive atmosphere for the physical, intellectual, spiritual and social development of its students.  Curricular and co-curricular activities are designed to place a holistic stamp on students’ learning, thus preparing them to be successful and exemplary youth who will serve the organizational needs of the Seventh-day Adventist Church in particular and the society in general.

The ultimate purpose of education is the restoration of God’s image in the students.  It is our belief that the provision of a suitable environment for the practices taught by the Seventh-day Adventist Church will lead to the development of godly character.  The education provided in this school, therefore, seeks to promote a life of faith in God and respect for the dignity of all human beings.

The expected product of education at Kingsway Preparatory School is students who, having acquired knowledge, will be adequately equipped to move through the educational system and to function in their social circle.  To this end, the education provided seeks to nurture students who are thinkers rather than mere reflectors of other men’s thoughts, promote loving service rather than selfish ambition, ensure maximum development of each individual’s potential, and lead students to embrace all that is true, good and beautiful.