Order graduation gear by Dec 15, 2023, at khsbuccs.com; prices increase after deadline.
Today, October 9, is Indigenous Peoples’ Day. Indigenous Peoples’ Day recognizes and honors the heritage and culture of our local indigenous people as well as indigenous peoples throughout the United States. Join us in honoring the rich culture and history of our local Sovereign Nations, the Suquamish Tribe and Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe.
Free & Reduced Meal Program ensures students from low-income families receive meals; 2022-2023 applications expire October 11th.
Updated 2023-2024 bus routes are posted. For queries, contact the Transportation Office at (360) 396-3099.
The North Kitsap School District and Kitsap Regional Library partnership provides students with easy library access.
Kingston High School Buccaneer Spirit Gear is available for purchase at the online spirit store.
KHS Athletics now exclusively sells event tickets via GoFan. Purchase conveniently online, no cash needed.
Empowering students for college readiness, informed global citizenship, and active community care and stewardship.
63.6% of Kingston High School's experienced teachers hold advanced degrees, with 2.3% nationally board certified.
Kingston High School's diverse 614 students thrive in an environment celebrating White, Hispanic, and Native American heritage
Kingston High School's student-to-teacher ratio of 14.4:1, lower than the national average, ensures personalized education.
Kingston High School prioritizes digital literacy, offering 1:1 devices and utilizing Google Classroom for interactive learning
Kingston High School celebrates a 90.9% graduation rate, reflecting effective learning initiatives and dedicated educators.