KHS Year end events

May 10th-11th – Kings Freshman Camp

May 10th – End of Year Choir Concert

May 11th – Senior Field Day and Senior Picnic

May 12th – Sadie Hawkins Dance at KHS

May 14-16 – Senior Exams

May 14 – Underclassmen awards, Senior Award Night

May 15 – End of year orchestra concert

May 16 – Senior scholar athlete luncheon

May 16: Baaccalaureate at Christ’s Church of Mason

May 17: Graduation Rehearsal

May 17: WCCC Graduation

May 19: KHS Graduation at Cintas Center

May 22: Underclassmen last day

May 29: Summer school orientation for parents and students

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Kings Class of 2018 Senior Field Day, Picnic and Graduation

Senior Field day will be on Friday, May 11th from 8:15am-11:30am.

Senior Picnic will also be on Friday, May 11th from 11:15am-2pm at the KHS Stadium.

Graduation Practice – Thursday, May 17th.  Check in at 7:45am.  Buses leave at 8:15am and return to KHS at 11am.  Make sure to eat breakfast and DO NOT bring your cap and gown.

The Kings Class of 2018 will hold graduation ceremonies on May 19th with check in beginning at 12:30pm.  Seniors will need to bring cap and gown and are encouraged to take picture prior to the ceremony in cap and gown.  Ceremony starts at 2pm.  At the end of the ceremony, seniors will turn in Gowns, honor cords, NHS Stoll’s before leaving.

Order forms for graduation photos and videos will be handed out closer to graduation.  They will be ordered online and this service is not school affiliated.

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KHS Senior Art Show Thursday, April 5th

Media Center – 4:30pm – 8:30pm


Senior Reflection Night – Thursday April 5

Family and Friends are invited to attend the KHS Class of 2018 Community Service Reflection night.

5:45 pm – Guest Speak – KHS Auditorium

Student presentations to follow

7:30pm – Celebration in the lobby


Scheduling Week is this week for School year 2018-2019!

Academic Fair is tonight at KHS from 6-8.

Academic Advising Day is tomorrow for students during the school day.

Course selections are due on Monday, February 12th.


Feeback Wanted!

The Kings Local School District has launched an online learning process called Thoughtexchange. This process will allow us to reach out to everyone affected by the decisions made in the Kings District. We would like your thoughts and feedback regarding the enrollment growth of our district and how it will affect our facilities in the future.

We would like to invite you to participate in an Exchange that flows through three steps:

  1. Share – answer open-ended questions about education in our schools
  2. Star – review ideas from other stakeholders and rate the ideas you like best
  3. Discover – learn what is important to the community as a whole

Please follow this link to participate.  Additionally, feel free to share with your friends and neighbors.  We want all of the residents in the Kings Local School District to have a voice!

Thanks and we look forward to hearing your thoughts!

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Week of 12/11/17 Happenings at KHS

Student Athletic Advisory Council is collecting new, unwrapped toys this week at the basketball games on 12/12 and 12/13 for Toys for Tots.

12/12 – after school informational meeting about auditions for the spring musical.  Auditorium from 2:30-3:15

12/13 – Kings Athletic Booster Club meeting in the Learning Commons at 7pm.

12/14 – Grades 7-12 Orchestra Concert in the KHS Auditorium at 7pm

Ohio National Guard will be in the KHS cafeteria this week for interested students.



Spanish club meeting today after school from 2:30-3:15


Student Athletic Advisory Committee collecting for Toys for Tots

SAAC will be collecting new, unwrapped toys for Toys 4 Tots during the KHS basketball games on December 12th and 13th.


KHS Giving Tree is Back!

Giving Tree is located in the senior lounge and this year KHS is collecting gift cards for Kings families in need!  Collections will run through December 8th so please visit the lounge, grab an ornament and follow the instructions on the ornament.  All donations due Friday December 8th!


KHS PTO Meeting Learning Commons 7pm – Meeting Cancelled!


Kings Service Hours Opportunity

For those students that need service hours for graduation, Columbia Intermediate is looking for volunteers to help with Spooktacular this Saturday, October 28th from 5:30pm-9pm.  There will be a supervisor present able to sign off on the service hours for students.  Please have them sign up for volunteering using the link below:


KHS Parent Teacher Conferences November 2nd

Our first Parent/Teacher Conferences at Kings High School will be Thursday, November 2 from 4:00 pm – 7:30 pm.  We are using a new system to make appointments this year. All you need is internet access to a computer and your child’s schedule.

Use the attached .pdf form to click on a teacher of your choosing and fill out a form to pick an appointment time.  Do this for each teacher you would like to meet with. Each staff member will have 16 available appointment slots to choose from. If a teacher does not have available slots, it is because their schedule is full. You will need to email the teacher to set up another time to meet.  If you do not feel comfortable making the appointment, contact Jennifer Brayton or Kate Haralamos in our main office and they will submit the request for you.

Make an Appointment

Building Map


Knights Talks – Making the Most of High School

The KHS Counseling Department will host its continuing series Knight Talks.  This session will take place on Tuesday, October 24 from 6:30-8:30 p.m.  The night will have something for parents of students in every grade.  The evening will be set up in rotating blocks so you can pick the topics relevant to you.

Breakout sessions include: Getting Ready for College & Career, High School survival Skills: Tips from Teachers,  Get Involved!  Community Service & Extracurriculars. Work, Learn & Earn a college degree as you go, and State Pathways to Graduation.

Please see this agenda.  Opening remarks will begin in the KHS Auditorium.


Community Service Grad Requirements

For the past two months, Kings High School has undergone the transition to a new platform sponsored by Purposeful Networks to record community service hours.  As a graduation requirement, Kings’ students are required to log 50 hours of service with a minimum of one-half of those hours earned from a non-profit not associated with Kings Local School District.  For more details about the program, please check out our school website:

All students should have a service profile activated at My.InnerView.Org .   Ask your child to see his/her service profile.While at the site, students can check out the Inspiring Service Awards that they can earn throughout the year.

Starting on November 1, 2017, only hours that occur within the month of service will be verified.  The beauty of the new system is that it is instant recording.  The students serve and upload their hours to their profile right from their phone at some point during the event.  If they are doing an extended service project over several weeks or repeated weekly, they should record one entry to their profile at the end of the month with the description telling the frequency and duration of their service.

A few reminders for students when uploading hours:

    1)  Description must reflect what work was completed for the non-profit agency.

    2)  A picture is required to upload.  Capture yourself making a difference!

    3)  Supervisor information is required (name, agency with title, phone or email needed).

    4)  Your own parent can’t be the supervisor contact.  Please have someone else in the agency that knows what work you did listed as your supervisor.

Remember this is a service profile that will follow you outside of Kings High School.  Make it meaningful to you and a good representation of the work that you have done.


Congrats to our seniors Drew Dailey, Shannon Jelley, Spencer Kinkelaar, John Naughton and Tyler Roetenberger!

Congrats to Drew Dailey for scoring a perfect score on his ACT of 36!  Also congrats to our 2018 National Merit Commended Scholars:   Shannon Jelley, Spencer Kinkelaar, John Naughton and Tyler Roetenberger!


Staff In-Service day on Friday 10/13

No school this Friday for our staff in-service day!


Homecoming Week Summary

Here are the events and happenings at KHS during the 2017 Homecoming week!  Go Knights!

Dress Theme for KHS students is LAS VEGAS!

Wednesday, “Wedding Day” – wear your nicest clothes!

Thursday, Godfather Day – dress like your fave mobster!

Friday, “all I do is win” Day – wear your class or school colors with pride!

Wednesday, Homecoming 5k begins at 6:15pm at Kings Stadium

Friday – Homecoming parade begins at 5:30pm.  Make sure to get there early because Kings Mills roads will start closing around 5pm.

Homecoming Varsity Football Game at 7pm at Kings Stadium vs Turpin.

Saturday – Homecoming Dance – KHS Gym from 8pm – 11pm  – still need volunteers for Shoe Check.  Click on the following link to volunteer:




KHS PTO Homecoming Shoe Check Sign Up

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED for the Homecoming dance on Saturday September 30th from 7:00pm-11:15pm (dance starts at 8pm). We will assist with shoe check and concessions. We are NOT responsible for monitoring the gym/dance floor.

What is shoe check, you might ask? Students are not allowed to wear most shoes on the KHS gym floor. Each student is given a bag to put coat, shoes, keys, etc in when they enter the school. Items are safely stored until they leave.

Sign up here:


Kings Volley 4 A Cause – Monday September 18th

Come join the KHS Volleyball team in their annual charity fundraiser for Joseph House!  JV kicks off at 5:30 and Varsity at 7!  See below for more info.