King's College offers a teaching and learning program that supports and promotes the democratic principles and practices of Australian democracy. This includes a commitment to elected government, the rule of law, equal rights for all before the law, freedom of religion, freedom of speech and association and the values of openness and tolerance.
King’s College is a school, owned and operated by Warrnambool Presbyterian School Ltd, a non-profit company formed to run the school.
The Directors of the company, who are the College Board, comprise of up to ten members appointed for a three-year term by the Members. The Constitution provides for six Directors from the Presbytery of South West Victoria and up to four Directors from other Protestant denominations, reflecting the desire to include all Protestant Christians in the College and its policy-making process, and to ensure a wide range of skills of Board members.
The Board is not involved in the day-to-day operations of the College. The role of the Board is in strategic oversight, compliance and financial oversight. The Board operates through several sub-committees incluging governance, assets and finance committees. The Board delegates the day-to-day operation of the College to the Principal as Chief Executive Officer of the Company.
The current Board members are: