My four years at King’s have been the most impactful years of my life.
I’ve suffered, grown, and excelled in ways I never could have imagined. I was on the verge of transferring after my first semester and decided to write a pros and cons list to help me make my decision. At the time, there were far more cons than pros, but the pros that kept me at King’s were the deep friendships I had made in just a few short months.
Although I’m an only child, I’ve found brothers that will be with me for life. I’ve been so blessed by older friends who have poured into me, paying it forward so that I would have the heart to do the same to underclassmen who may have felt the way I did during my first year. The relationships I’ve developed with the men of my house and soccer team have been so rewarding and enriching. I’m incredibly privileged to know these men who have shaped me for the better, pointing me toward Christ and encouraging me to reach my full potential. I know that regardless of what happens to the college and its students, the relationships that I’ve made will last me a lifetime.
All of this would not have been possible without King's. King's has the propensity to bring exceptional people together, and I'm positive I would not be who I am today if I had attended a different school. I am incredibly grateful for The King's College and the role it has played in shaping my friend groups. To the staff and faculty that have prayed, worked, and sacrificed for my friends and me, I am sincerely thankful.
Brennan Kitson-Jones
Former Chamberlain | House of C.S. Lewis | Class of '23
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