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Notice is hereby given that the School Board of King William County will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, October 16, 2018 at 6:00 p.m. at Hamilton Holmes Middle School to receive input from employees, parents, residents, and organizations regarding the 2019-20 School Budget.  The regular meeting will begin following the public hearing.

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SafeSchools Online Training Program

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Back to School Information

The Back to School Issue containing information from each of our schools and the Bus Routes for 2018-19 are attached below:

Back to School Issue Information

Bus Routes - CSPS & AES     REVISED 8-20-18

Bus Routes - HHMS & KWHS

Returning Student Registration

You will need to complete the returning student registration form for each of your children. This can be done online at any time. Once you are logged in to the parent portal, you can complete the form from the link at the bottom left side of the page.

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Returning Student Registration

You will need to complete the returning student registration form for each of your children. This can be done online at any time.

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This is a notice to inform you that the phone lines at KWCPS are currently down.  We are working to resolve this issue and we thank you for your patience.

Industrial Manufacturing Technology

King William High School has partnered with Rappahannock Community College to offer a new program in Industrial Manufacturing Technology. If you are interested in learning more about the program, please contact your counselor.

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Physical Flyer for Sports Physicals

CLICK HERE to view a copy of the flyer on sports physicals.

CLICK HERE to view a copy of the Acknowledgement of Limited Relationship form.


Sports physicals will be availbale at King William High School on June 12, 2018, from 2:00-4:00 p.m. The cost is $20.00, which will be donated to King William Athletic Booster. For additional information, see the link below.

Physical Information


King William Gentlemen Attend First Annual Harmony Festival HarmonyFestival

On Saturday, May 12, 2018, six gentlemen from the chorus program at HHMS and KWHS attended the First Annual Harmony Festival held at All Saints Episcopal Church in Richmond.  The event was organized by Mr. Nick Brata from St. Christopher's School in Richmond. The gentlemen were lead by the clinician Anthony Colosimo, Associate Director of The Alexandria Harmonizers. The Harmonizers are consistently a top 5 chorus at the Barbershop International Convention.  Mr. Colosimo is also a chorus teacher in Silver Spring, MD. The gentlemen learned how to sing and harmonize like Barbershop quartets and learned how competitive and fun the genre can be.  They performed a concert at 2:30 PM Saturday with other young men in the Richmond Area and professional Barbershop Quartet singers.  The songs they learned included "Something," by George Harrison of the Beatles. 

KWHS and HHMS Participate in Area Chorus KWHS, HHMS Chorus

Students from KWHS and HHMS participated in Area Chorus on April 13-14, 2018 at New Kent High School.  Students were under the direction of Christopher Fox (Middle School) and Dr. Cheryl Davis.  Students worked diligently singing for 1.5 days to learn and perform several songs with some of the best students from the Northern Neck and Middle Peninsula.

School Calendar Reminder

REMINDER - Friday, March 30, 2018 will be a full school day.

Congratulations to Mrs. Jones for being the 2017-2018 KWHS teacher of the year! Teacher of the Year

Jan Jones is our teacher of the year.

Everything she does is a reflection of "Taking Care of Others". Mrs. Jones is not only a role model to students but to all of us as well. She goes above and beyond in all aspects of her role as a teacher. She cares about all students and demonstrates this on a daily basis through not only words, but action. In addition to her duties here at KWHS, she also works at our night school program and with project graduation.

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Students Win Big at the Skills USA District Competition SkillsUSA

Congratulations to KWHS students for earning outstanding results at the SkillsUSA District Competition this weekend. Diesel students, Mason Getz and Michael Haile took first and second place in the SkillsUSA District competition. They will both move on to the State Leadership Conference in April, held in Virginia Beach. In the HVAC category, Brok Talbot placed eighth, and Nicole Waldrop finished third in the State ProStart Culinary Competition.



Students Take Air Force JROTC Course to New Heights Students fly

Eight King William High School students took their Air Force JROTC course to "new heights" on March 10th and 11th.  These cadets, ranging from 9th to 12 grade, flew a Civil Air Patrol (CAP) airplane with an instructor pilot.  Combined, the students racked up eight total flying hours, flew about 180 miles, completed eight take-off and landings, and performed basic flying maneuvers in the flight training area.  This "hands-on" STEM activity literally put the airplane in the students hands and they learned how to make shallow turns, climb, descend, and use the combined flight controls of the yoke (steering control) and rudder pedals.  This experience will further their understanding of flight and hopefully spark an interest in flying.  For as one student said, "That was awesome...I want to become a pilot now more than ever."

Inclement Weather Delay

Due to inclement weather, the schools will be closed today, Friday, March 2, 2018. Employees follow Code 6.

Letter to Parents

Letter to Parents 2-23-18

KWHS Senior Receives Brotherhood Sisterhood Youth Award PJ Upshaw

KWHS Senior, Preston Upshaw III received the Brotherhood Sisterhood Youth Award. He is desribed  as "...a mature, level headed, hard-working student, an active musician, and an excellent role model." Congratulations PJ!

Air Force JROTC Cadets Attend Military Ball Military Ball

King William High School Air Force JROTC cadets and guests attended the annual "804" JROTC Military Ball hosted by Atlee High School, VA.  Approximately 140 students from four local high schools were in attendance to enjoy the camraderie and the evening's social activities.  A military ball is a time-honored tradition where units get together to interact and socialize in an informal dinner and dancing event.

KWHS Welcomes Ms. Stephanie Vermeire

Vermeire, S.

Ms. Vermeire is a native of Gloucester County, where she has lived since she was two years old. She attended William and Mary, earning a degree in history and certification for 6-12 Social Studies Education; and she later earned her Masters in Educational Leadership and Administration. She comes to King William with years of experience both in the classroom and as an administrator. Ms. Vermeire enjoys spending time with her family, with whom she remains close, and loves playing with her nieces and nephew. If she's not enjoying time with her family or close friends, Ms. Vermeire can usually be found reading--Jane Eyre and Harry Potter are among her favorites! Ms. Vermeire is a self-described "life-long student" and loves learning new things. She is excited to join the King William family and continue to gain experience and knowledge as part of the KWHS team!

Students Begin Career Exploration Program Career Exploration

The students in Donna Campbell’s class have begun a career exploration program lead by former KWCPS teacher, Stephanie Brown. This is a six week program where students will evaluate their interests to find jobs suitable to them and explore these jobs virtually. This program is run by the Department of Rehabilitative Services, who works with schools to prepare students for work after graduation and gives support through the Pre-Employment Transition Services program



The HHMS renovation is underway. Construction crews have begun demolition of the school board offices and will then begin the construction of what will be the 6th grade wing. Starting TOMORROW, Wednesday January 24th,  the access road from Rt. 30 to AES will be closed until further notice.  Therefore, all traffic coming to and from AES will need to use Acquinton Church Road.  We realize that this is an inconvenience for our families and we appreciate your patience as we make much needed improvements to the HHMS facility.

Inclement Weather Closing

Due to inclement weather conditions, King William County Schools will be closed on Thursday, January 18.  Employees should follow Code 2.

School Calendar Adjustments

Due to the recent inclement weather and loss of instructional time, the school calendar is being changed to the following:

KWHS and HHMS students will NOT have exams.  (DE students will still have exams for those courses.)

January 23rd will now be a normal school day for all students.
January 24th will now be a normal school day for all students.
January 25th will now be a normal school day for all students.
January 26th will now be a normal school day for all students.

Future Cavalier Night Rescheduled


Future Cavalier Night

Due to the weather forecast for snow this evening, we have rescheduled the game to Thursday, January 11th Boys’ Basketball vs Maggie Walker
Junior Varsity @ 5:30PM
Varsity @ 7:00PM

(this is a change from Jan. 3rd)



This holiday season at King William High School, the National Honor Society [NHS] and [DECA] sponsored “Christmas Dreams,” a service project in which students and staff collected various items to donate to children ages 0-18 living in King William County and the Town of West Point.

Students put their presents and monetary gifts into bright red stockings that were placed in each classroom. At the front of the school was a Hat, Mittens, and Scarves Tree, brightly lit and decorated with the colorful, warm donations. Beside the tree, a box was filled with larger toys and assorted items.


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Inclement Weather Closing

Due to inclement weather, King William County Schools will be closed on Friday, January 5, 2018.  Employees follow Code 6.

KWHS Students Attend VSUP-VaSCL Student Leadership Conference KWHS Students

Five students from King William High School participated in the VSUP-VaSCL Student Leadership Conference, held in Charlottesville on November 16, 2017.   The theme "Living Local, Going Global", focused on Global Citizens.   While continuing to explore the "Profile of a Virginia Graduate", the focus this year was narrowed to "Community Engagement and Civic Responsibility."

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November's Issue of the Cavalier Chronicle

NHS Roadside Cleanup Roadside Cleanup

Members of the King William High School National Honor Society as well as parent and teacher volunteers spent their Saturday, October 28, 2017, picking up litter along a two-mile stretch of Route 30.  The group collected over 22 bags of trash during the recent clean-up.  The NHS adopted a portion of the roadway over thirteen years ago and has been cleaning it diligently ever since.

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Rally for Allie Cheerleaders

The King William High School Cheerleaders will be joining forces with Allie to help aid in the cost of the many medical treatments she faces. They will be selling Krispie Kreme Doughnuts for $8.00 a dozen and selling “Rally for Allie” jerseys for $20.00. All proceeds will go to the family to help with medical and financial issues. In addition, “Rally for Allie Night” will be held at the King William High School basketball game on December 8th, where Allie will become an official member of the KWHS Cheerleading Team.


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The KWHS Chapter of the National Honor Society Holds Induction Ceremony NHS Induction

The King William High School Chapter of the National Honor Society held its annual Induction Ceremony on Monday, October 23, 2017.  The ceremony was led by the NHS president and NHS advisor, Mrs. Kimberly Hicks. 

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KWHS Seniors Give Back seniors

King William High School seniors participated in the first annual Cav Care Day, a day to give back to the community. Over 80 seniors were dispersed throughout the community to volunteer their services. Students spent the day at Cool Spring Primary School reading books to K-2 students, helping teachers with various duties, and assisting students with daily tasks.

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Introducing the Cavalier Chronicle