King City High School

Principal's Corner

Welcome KC Mustangs to the 2014-2015 school year!!  This year will mark 104 years of King City High School Long Blue Line of history, traditions and legacy.  As Principal of King City High School, I am committed to carry on the tradition to “Bring on the PRIDE.” King City High School has a tradition of excellence in the classroom and on the field.  As the Principal I am dedicated to making sure all stakeholders are committed to the prodigious traditions.

As we begin the 2014-2015 school year, it is important to remember that King City High School continues to work toward student success.  We are in the process of transitioning to Common Core State Standards.  These state standards will help our students become both critical thinkers and better communicators.  Common Core requires our students to analyze and justify their answers in more detail than ever before. Our main goals for the 2014-2015 school year is to increase student achievement and preparation for our students’ future.

The staff at King City High School is dedicated, knowledgeable, and hard working. Parents are active in school activities and they stand behind all that we do and their support is very important. Our staff is working hard to provide students and families with graduation requirements, college requirements, and understanding of preparation after high school. Look for workshops/presentations on college and career this fall designed for students and parents. The district provides opportunities for staff development and support. Everyone works together in the best interest of the students and this can be seen throughout the school and community.

King City High School’s Mission states that “All KCHS stakeholders join together in an academic community of education to provide students with the opportunity to learn and maintain skills preparing them to participate in an ever-changing world.” KCHS believes that each student will engage in inquiry, thinking, rigor and the decision making that is necessary for an active civic life in college, career, and community. Whatever a student decides to do after graduation, we are dedicated to give them the tools necessary to prosper.

We at King City High School are committed to having an environment that is conductive to giving ALL students a quality education.

I have an open door policy. I make it a priority to be available for students and parents, I invite parents to be a part of the King City High School Community. We have many opportunities available for people to be involved. Parents' can volunteer with the students activities and/or get involved in our School Site Counsel, ELAC, FFA Parent booster, Sports, Mustang Bench, Senior Class Graduation Committee, Baccalaureate Ceremony planning, Sober Grad and through your support to the endless fundraising events that have been taking place throughout the King City Community for decades to benefit our student at KCHS.   

Our staff looks forward to an exceptional 2014 – 2015 school year. Join us in our commitment to “Bring on the Pride”.


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Upcoming Events

SAT Boot Camp @CSUMB
Date: 3/7/2015
Location: California State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB)
Non-School Day
Date: 3/9/2015
Time Management and SAT/ACT Workshops
Date: 3/11/2015, 1:45 PM 4 PM
Location: KCHS Library
E.T.S. UC Berkeley Trip!!
Date: 3/13/2015
Location: UC Berkeley
ELA CAHSEE Testing - Sophomores and Seniors
Date: 3/17/2015
Math CAHSEE Testing - Sophomores and Seniors
Date: 3/18/2015
ACT Boot Camp @CSUMB
Date: 3/21/2015
Location: California State University Monterey Bay (CSUMB)
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Mustang News

Free Immigration Assistance/ Asistencia de Inmigracion Gratis
Friday, March 6, 2015/ Viernes, Marzo 6, 2015

Greenfield Civic Center
599 El Camino Real
Greenfield, CA 93927
No School on Monday, March 9, 2014
Schools' and Parents' Concerns about Measles
King City High School is using the WeTip program to fight crime.
Summer College For High School Students
Duke University offers Summer Sessions for High School Students
Monterey Peninsula College Transfer Day
This year MPC is holding Transfer Day on 4th November from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm. High school students could take this opportunity to meet with reps of over 40 universities, offering a variety of majors, and start on the transfer process. !
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