Korean School of Federal Way is a nonprofit Korean language school that was founded in 2011 by leaders of the Federal Way Korean American community.
Our school boasts a diverse student body that represents a wide spectrum of ages (pre-K to adults) and ethnic/cultural backgrounds: 2nd-3rd generation Korean Americans, students of mixed heritage, and non-Koreans.
Our mission is to instill a deep sense of pride and appreciation for the motherland in our students born of immigrant parents and in successive generations of Korean Americans.
We also seek to share Korea's distinctive culture and traditions with our friends of diverse ethnic backgrounds as a natural extension of their language studies.
We normally meet at the TAF@Saghalie campus in Federal Way on Saturdays at 9:30 am - 1:00 pm during the school year (September - June).
However, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we have transitioned to a fully virtual learning model since March of 2020, and we will continue to operate remotely until it is safe to resume in-person learning.
KSFW appreciates what Federal Way Public Schools, Federal Way Police Department, South King Fire & Rescue, the city of Federal Way and Mayor Jim Ferrell have done faithfully for the community during these hard times! We are very happy to show our thankful hearts through this event on the biggest Korean holiday of the year, the Lunar New Year’s Day.
페더럴웨이 통합한국학교는 페더럴웨이 커뮤니티를 위해 팬데믹중에도 변함없이 수고하는 지역의 모든 단체들에게 감사드립니다! 설날을 맞이해서 이 분들께 감사하는 마음을 전할 수 있어서 저희가 더욱 감사하고 행복했습니다 🙂