Gold in the Bones, three pirate tales by Washington Irving and Adapted by Eric Coble, is the final show for the year at King William High School. The show runs April 24, 2015 at 7:00 p.m. and April 25th through 26th at 6:00 p.m in the Black Box Theater at the high school. Admission is $5.00 and $4.00 for students.
The King William High School National Honor Society sponsored MDA March Madness to celebrate the NCAA Tournament and raise money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Teachers donated money to have their classroom doors decorated with their favorite basketball teams.
Kendra Ellis is the Forensics State Champion for 2A Prose.The competition took place on Saturday, March 28, 2015. Congratualtions to Kendra and the team for their success!
King William High School brought home the trophy as Conference 33 Champions once again. While VHSL Forensics competition does not begin until February of the school year, competitors begin practicing as early as October. Choice of material is crucial as well as long hours rehearsing and refining interpretive movement and overall interpretation of pieces.
March 13th, March 26th, and May 22nd originally scheduled as early release days, are now full school days. As of March 17, 2015, no other changes have been made regarding making up time missed to inclement weather.
Virginia's Standards of Learning accountability program includes a commitment to informing the public of the progress of schools in raising student achievement and enhancing the learning environment. Online report cards for schools, school divisions and the Commonweath include data on student achievement by grade, subject and student subgroup and information on other indicators of school quality. Report cards for KWCPS can be accessed through the division website (www.kwcps.k12.va.us). Once you are on the website, click on the "Forms & Links" icon. There, you will see an icon for "School Report Cards". If you would like a paper copy of a school report card, please contact the schoo
The King William High School Chapter of the National Honor Society collected donations from the community during the KWHS Boys and Girls Senior Night basketball games.
Three King William High School photography students have been awarded top recognition in the 2015 Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, the nation’s most competitive, nationally recognized, and longest running scholarship contest for the arts and creative writing.
The King William County School Board recognized King William High School at their September 16, 2014 meeting for receiving Full Accreditation through the Virginia Department of Education.