Kingston High School

Address: 26201 Siyaya Avenue North East
Kingston, WA 98346
Phone: 360-394-1200
Fax: 360-394-1212
Mission:

Our mission at Kingston High School is to prepare our students for life after high school. We believe that it is our responsibility to ensure that all students have a broad range of choices and that all students are prepared for success, no matter which path they choose after graduation. Whether planning to enter college or workforce training programs, high school students need to be educated to a comparable level of readiness, especially in reading and mathematics. Almost all of our students will need some formal education beyond a high school diploma, and graduates need this level of readiness if they are to succeed in college - level courses without remediation and to enter workforce training programs ready to learn job-specific skills.

The right to a quality public education has become a part of the American Dream.. part of what it means to have a fair chance to pursue our hopes. As such, it is no longer a stretch to argue that an education that leaves each student with genuine choices is a civil right. And doing so creates both an obligation and an opportunity for us all. - Rick Lear, Director, Small Schools Project.

Kingston High School students will graduate college ready. They will be prepared to act as informed citizens in a global society and empowered to care for their community.

Vision:

Kingston High School is committed to providing a rigorous and relevant education that prepares all students for success in their post-secondary endeavors. kingston high school graduates will leave with a clearly defined vision of their future, along with the skills, knowledge and personal attributes to achieve their goals.

Kingston High School students will:

Complete gateway courses for college enrollment.

Demonstrate a connection to the school and the greater Kingston community through involvement in co-curricular/ extra-curricular activities, work, community services and/or civic action.

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