Multicultural Club Festival and Awards

A Festive Multicultural Luncheon was held in the media center to celebrate the diversity of our students. The event was sponsored by the ELL Multicultural Club. Achievement Awards were presented to graduating seniors. Students, parents and teachers provided dishes from several countries. Food selection included, American, Hispanic, Chinese, Indian, Pakistani, Russian, Haitian, Jamaican, Middle Eastern, Mexican and Caribbean dishes.
October 2011
Employees of the Month

Bonnie Fanelli
AVID Coordinator

Nurse Patil
Clinic Staff
Marching Lions bring home SUPERIOR Rating

Congratulations to the Marching Band for bringing back a Superior rating from the District 7 Marching Band Music Performance Assessment this past weekend.
September 2011
Employees of the Month

Christine Munoz
Language Arts / Journalism

Johnny Polanco
Technology Resource
King Ranked #52 in The Washington Post's 2011 High School Challenge

From The Washington Post
Since 1998, The Post’s Jay Mathews has ranked Washington-area public high schools using the Challenge Index, his measure of how effectively a school prepares its students for college. In 2011, the Post expanded its research to high schools across the United States. The formula is simple: Divide the number of Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate or other college-level tests a school gave in 2010 by the number of graduating seniors. While not a measure of the overall quality of the school, the rating can reveal the level of a high school’s commitment to preparing average students for college.
Congrats to KHS for receiving 5 Star School status from the Florida Dept. of Education

The Five Star School Award is presented annually to those schools that have shown evidence of exemplary community involvement. In order to earn Five Star school recognition, a school must show documentation that it has achieved 100% of the established criteria in the categories of: Business partnerships, Family Involvement, Volunteerism, Student Community Service, and School Advisory Councils.
The Federal No Child Left Behind Act
District Corrective Action Letter
The 2010-2011 No Child Left Behind (NCLB) School Public Accountability Reports (SPARs) are now available. Please contact the school for more information.
News & Information
  • Freshmen Fun Day-8/12/11
  • Summer Reading-AP Lang GR-11
  • Summer Reading-AP Lit GR-12
  • KHS Bus Info 11-12
  • PTSA Brick Order Form
  • Summer Reading List
  • HTCAA Scholarship App
  • Million Word Club Members
  • District Scale
  • PSAT Overview
  • SERVE Volunteer Form
  • ESE Info (English & Spanish)
  • Magnet Transportation (English & Spanish)
  • Final Grading Weights-Traditional
  • Order a King Hoodie from PTSA
  • Are YOU ready for college?
  • Old Yearbooks for Sale
  • Are you receiving phone alerts?
  • Why take honors & AP courses?
  • Access your student's grades
Upcoming Events
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Helpful Information
Free SAT & ACT Online
Students can now practice for the SAT and ACT online for free. Access codes are available in the College Resource Room located in Guidance. You can also email Mr. Garcia at

FCAT Practice Website
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Check Your Child's Grades
Parents can access student grades on the left side of this website. To get your activation code, email:

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Mission & Vision Statements
Our Vision is that King High School will become a true learning community intensely focused on the academic and social progress of our students.

The King High School community will provide a safe and supportive learning environment that guides our diverse student population towards a productive life beyond high school.