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KWCPS Convocation Ceremony

More than 350 teachers, administrators, staff members, students, and business partners representing the King William County community and four schools showed their school spirit during convocation on August 26, 2015.  The KWHS JROTC opened the ceremony with a color guard drill.  Mrs. Beverly Young sang the National Anthem followed by a warm welcome from school board vice chairperson, Mrs. Kathy Morrison.  King William County’s Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Tina Oberg, addressed the staff and shared a touching tribute video in which many KWCPS students honored their favorite teachers.  Keynote speaker Bill Curry addressed King William staff and entertained them with stories and lessons from a football life.  

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King William High School Student Supply Suggestions

At King William High School there is no general supply list, as each teacher determines what students will require based upon the unique course in which the student is enrolled.  Students are informed the day of Open House what supplies will be needed, as stated in the syllabi given by teachers. Listed below, however, are supplies that most teachers require or suggest for their classes

Policy for Providing Free or Reduced Price Meals

Please CLICK HERE to view a copy of the 2015-16 Policy for Providing Free or Reduced Price Meals.

KW Educators Attend Google Classroom Camp

KWCPS is proud to be a Google Apps for Education school district.  Google Apps for Education offers educators innovative resources to promote digital literacy among students.  On Tuesday, August 11th, Instructional Technology Resource Teachers, Mike Embrey and Brittany Groff, facilitated fundamental and advanced trainings for teachers.  Teachers spent time building Google classrooms and exploring tools that can be used to excite and engage students. 

Students Attend Summer Regional Governor's School

There was no sleeping-in for 26 KWCPS students during the week of August 3-7!  These students participated in the Middle Peninsula Summer Regional Governor’s School and spent their week gaining new perspectives, developing important 21st century skills, and grappling with and solving various real-world problems.  Held at St. Clare Walker Middle School in Middlesex County, King William students collaborated with other students from across the region in problem-based classes designed for students identified as gifted in grades 3-7. 


KW DECA Chapter Gives Back

The King William DECA Chapter collected over 900 canned goods during the 2014-2015 school year. All canned goods were donated to the Corner Stone

Students Recognized as Members of the VA DECA Honor Society

Seven students were recognized as members of the VA DECA Honor Society. These students needed to be a current marketing student and DECA member with a minimum grade point average of 3.2. 


KWHS AFJROTC Detachment Receives the Civil Air Patrol Aerospace Education Excellence Award

King William High School's AFJROTC Detachment has been awarded the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) Aerospace Education Excellence Award for 2014-2015.  This is the second year King William has won the Award.  

KWHS Students Receive Presidential Volunteer Service Awards

Seven King William High School seniors received Presidential Volunteer Service Awards.  Awards are issued for volunteer service served within a 12-month time frame.

King William High School NHS Officer Installation Ceremony

The Officer Installation Ceremony of the King William High School Chapter of the National Honor Society was held on Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Air Force JROTC Cadet Awarded Drisco Leadership Award

A King William High School senior AFJROTC Cadet was recently awarded the Drisco Leadership Award.  The Award is presented by the Richmond Chapter of the Military Officers Association of America, MOAA, in honor of Col Mel Drisco.  

King William High School Receives AFA Community Partner Award

King William High School librarian Michelle Yates was recently recognized for the school and library’s support of the Air Force Association, (AFA) with the presentation of the AFA Community Partner Award.

Air Force JROTC Senior Cadets Recognized for Their Service

Air Force JROTC Senior Cadets at King William High School were presented the Puller Award and William of Orange Award for outstanding service to the King William JROTC program. 

AFJORTC Cadet Graduates from the American Independence Foundation of Colonial Virginia Youth Leadership Conference

An AFJROTC Cadet is a recent graduate of the American Independence Foundation of Colonial Virginia Youth Leadership Conference. The freshman was nominated by Major Paul Willard as a delegate to the conference, representing King William’s AFJROTC. 

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