KSFW is a Korean language school that focuses on the four elements of language acquisition (speaking, listening, reading, and writing), while also offering cultural enrichment classes, such as taekwondo, choir, and samulnori. Classes are open to pre-K to 12th graders, as well as adults. We meet at the Saghalie Middle School campus in Federal Way on Saturdays from 9:30 AM - 1:00 PM during the school year (September - June).
May 18 was the last day of Korean school for the 2018-2019 academic year, and in celebration of the year’s end, our students were given the perfect summer send-off!
At the year-end assembly, Principal Lee awarded students with medals for perfect/excellent attendance, top/high academic achievement, and model student behavior.
Afterwards, the gymnasium was filled with bustling energy and resounding laughter as classes competed against one another in games of tug-of-war, roll-the-ball relay, and bean bag toss.
Then it was off to the KSFW marketplace where students spent their hard-earned play money on delicious foods—such as spicy rice cakes and musubi—as well as on a great selection of items—including writing supplies, toys, and single-stem roses.
In short, it was a superbly-satisfying end to a terrific school year!
Attention all returning & prospective students, pre-registration is now open for the 2019-2020 school year!
Register on or before May 18 to receive our early bird discount on tuition:
⇒ $160 for one semester ($140 for each additional student in the household)
⇒ $310 for full year ($270 for each additional student in the household)
The registration form (available for download at http://ksfederalway.org/register) can be mailed in or submitted in person at our front reception desk on May 11 or May 18 during regular school hours.