The U15 rugby team played in the inaugural Flood-lit Schools 10 aside Rugby Tournament at Ramsey yesterday.
Thank you to everyone who cooked, entertained and came to 'A Taste of Culture' last night.
Captain William Henry Irvine Shakespear (OKW) was killed 24 January 1915 - 100 years ago this Saturday.
King William's College pupils took part today in the "Football Remembers" national initiative to commemorate the Christmas Truce of 1914 with a football match.
All the U4 students of Spanish have designed and written a Christmas Card in Spanish for their friends and families.
On Wednesday 10th December the Fourth Form hosted the annual Stenning Christmas Fair in the Barrovian.
King William's College is well known for offering its sports facilities to the community but now the College is looking to help those with a more theatrical touch.
In September of this year, KWC was lucky enough to be visited by Mr. Stephen Margolis, OKW, who gave a fantastic lecture on both the economics of, and his involvement in, the global film industry.
King William's College and Castle Rushen High School CCF are commemorating the practice trenches dug by the Officers' Training Corps in the College grounds and on Hango Hill 100 years ago.