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School News

MDA March Madness

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.


Extended Day Schedule Change for KWHS

Dear King William High School Student and Parent: 

Due to the loss of time because of inclement weather, we have been instructed to extend our school day 15 minutes.  To accomplish this, we have divided the time to include starting first or second block five minutes earlier, and we will be dismissing school ten minutes later.  

Relay for Life Event

The King William High School National Honor Society members are participating in Relay for Life. This event is not only a way to join the community to fight back against cancer, but it is also a way to inspire hope by raising funds and cancer awareness to help those facing the disease. 

KWHS Air Force JROTC Cadets Learn How to Build and Launch Rockets

The Air Force JROTC Cadets at King William High School have been learning the intricacies of how rockets work as part of the JROTC curriculum.  


King William High School Forensics Team Members Advance to State

King William High School Forensics Team, under the direction of Mrs. Pamela Beatty, finished 3rd in the 2A East Regional Competition

Freshman Open House

Presented by the King William High School Counseling Department

PowerPoint Presentation

Cap and Gown Information
Cap and gown delivery is scheduled to occur on Thursday and Friday, April 11-12, during lunches. Seniors, if you have not yet ordered your cap and gown, you must contact Virginia Graduate Service directly.
www.vagrad.com or by phone 804.598.0971

KWCPS Meets ALL Federal AMOs

King William County Public Schools is one of only 18 divisions in Virginia that have met ALL Federal Annual Measurable Objectives (AMOs). Currently, there are 134 school divisions in the Commonwealth.


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