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Y our token is your student ID.  Current Juniors and Seniors may vote.

A Message to Seniors and their parents from Dr. Leigh 


May brings multiple rounds of testing for various groups.  If your child is scheduled for a test please make sure he/she is in school on time on that day.  There will be no early dismissals from a test site so please also plan appointments accordingly.  Click the links below for each schedule.  Please check your KF website or App for test dates and times.

Students must be seated for exams by 8:25.

 Spring Testing Dates

SOL Testing: May 18 – 26
Retakes: May 31 – June 12

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King’s Fork High School students in Matthew Fike’s 12th Grade AP and Honors Government classes recently traveled to the Richmond Capitol Building in order to study Virginia Government and learn about the General Assembly.  As part of the trip, students enjoyed a tour of the Capitol Building, followed by presentations on the historical background and design of the building.  Additionally, students were able to explore the chamber of the Virginia Senate.  While in the Senate Chamber, students examined the significance of compromise in relation to the legislative process.  Students then became mock legislators and engaged in a simulation of ‘How A Bill Becomes Law.’

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A view of the Richmond Capitol Building taken from Bank Street
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The group prepares for the simulation of the legislative process in the Virginia Senate Chamber.





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