KFHS 2013-2014 Student Handbook


Summer Sports and Tryout Information

Click HEREfor Summer Sports and Tryout Information. This page will be updated as needed.

Community Service Graduation Requirements

See the Guidance page for information.

2014 Summer Activity Bus Routes

Click HERE for the summer Activity Bus routes. Student athletes should be at their designated stop at 1:30. The activity bus will leave school at 7:15 to bring them back to their designated stop.

Home of the Bulldogs!

KFHS would like to bid a fond farewell to Assistant Principal, Jason Allison, who has moved to another school district and a GREAT BIG BULLDOG WELCOME to Assistant Principal, Latoya Floyd who joins our staff this year.  It’s a GREAT DAY to be a BULLDOG!!  WOOF! WOOF!

  • Parking decals for the upcoming school year are $35.00.  They may be purchased from the main office.  You must show your license, proof of insurance, registration and your parent must sign the school registration card.
  •  Girls Tennis Camp will be held from August 4 – August 28, Monday – Thursday from 6:30 – 7:30 pm.  The cost for the young ladies is $70.00 + 1 can of balls.  Contact Coach Calvin Mitchell for details.
  • King’s Fork High School …Open House for all grades will be Thursday, August 28th from 5:00 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.  Students and parents are invited to tour the school, meet teachers and purchase gym uniforms.  Call the school at 923-5240 for more information.
  • 4th Annual Bulldog Youth Cheer Camp
    August 26-27September 18-19, 2014
    6:00pm – 8:00pm
    Ages: 4yrs -rising 9th graders
    Camp Location: King’s Fork High School
    Cost: $30.00
    Questions/Concerns Contact:


You can find a detailed bell schedule at the Our School link at the top of this page.

KFHS Bus Routes Fall 2014

 Pride of the Pound!

smart kid  The College Board recently announced its 2014 Advanced Placement awards to  to 17 recent graduates and four current seniors for their outstanding achievement on their Advanced Placement (AP) national exams.  These assessments are graded on a 5-point scale and many colleges grant credit or advanced placement if a student scores a 3, 4 or 5.

King’s Fork’s AP Scholars are seniors, Sydney Billmeyer and Caleb Parsons.  Well Done!!