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Senior Activities

Senior year is a special time and spring is full of activities for seniors. Put these dates on your calendars so you don't miss a thing! Click here for senior letter.

 

Earn College Credits At KHS

Earn University of Washington English Composition Credits Without Ever Having To Leave Kelso High School.

English 131 and English 111 are open to interested and qualified juniors and seniors (juniors may take either one of these courses in lieu of taking LA 11). The successful completion of each course will provide Kelso students with 5 credits of college English composition that transfer to other colleges and universities across the country. Students will also receive dual credit through Kelso High School, satisfying local and state graduation requirements.  During this 2016-2017 school year, approximately 90 KHS juniors and seniors are taking advantage of this program and will receive 5 credits of college English composition (along with the enhanced reading and writing skills that accompany these classes)free of charge. Please take a few moments to read through the English 131 and 111 course prerequisites and descriptions. We would love to have you in either class if you are interested in challenging yourself and if you qualify. Sophomores confident of passing the SBA should sign up.

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Transferring Google Drive Files

If you are a senior or a student leaving KHS at the end of the school year, please be aware that your district Google Drive account will be deleted at some point. Luckily it is easy to export files from Drive to a computer or another non-district Google account. Here are directions on how you can do that.

 
Hilanders Rising to the Top

Kelso Arts students performed very well at the ESD 112 Art Show:

Keaton Bruce – 2 regional (going to state) and 1 ESD 112 award; $3,000 CWU scholarship Kirstin Mury – Merry Cammack Staff Choice Award ($200 purchase award); $40,000 OCAC scholarship Lilian Niles – 1 Regional award (going to state) and 2 Honorable Mention awards; $2,000 CWU and $40,000 OCAC scholarships Alexus Pucci – Honorable Mention award Katilyn Bourland- Honorable Mention award Brande Mann- Honorable Mention award


Kelso DECA students had a great weekend in Bellevue. Seven of our sixteen students qualified for the International DECA Competition in Anaheim, CA this April!

Marley Blisard       2nd  - Merit Awards Project
Shelby Ott            3rd    -Apparel and Accessories
Tyler Brown          4th   - Human Resource Management
Daly Chamberlain  4th   -Merit Awards Project
Courtney Davis      6th    -Quick Serve management
Julia Hallowell and Spencer Davis        Student Store Gold Certification Managers


Four of Kelso High's jazz students have been selected to perform live on Seattle's KNKX Jazz Radio Station!

The radio station is sending a professional jazz musician to provide two free clinics for these boys here at school.  They will then travel to Seattle to perform with that same musician live on the radio!  Their radio broadcast will be 25 minutes long at 12:15pm on Wednesday, May 10th.

Congratulations to...

Ian McTamaney (piano, 11th grade)
Isaac Ford (st. bass, 10th grade)
Brenden Kazensky (guitar, 10th grade)
Kyle Torgerson (drum set, 12th grade) 


The following students took 1st place in their division and will move on to State competition at Central Washington University in April:

Ian McTamaney, clarinet
Jeffrey Meyers, tenor saxophone
Samuel Larson, French horn
Willow Calabrese, euphonium
Tristan Dombrowsky, snare drum
Shannon Stein, violin
Parker Hahn, viola
Chloe Evans, cello
Isaac Ford, string bass
KHS String Quartet 1:  Tanner Graff, Erik Relation, Shannon Stein, John Shaw

 KHS Woodwind Choir:  Lizzy Hardwick, Anicah Scheller, Ian McTamaney, Jacob Snow, Abby Hardwick, Kelby Sandvick, Matthew McCormick, Jeffrey Meyers, Keagan Cox

 KHS Percussion Ensemble:  Kyle Torgerson, Kenan Anderson, Mikayla Rust, Megan Johnson, Julian Larsen, Tristan Dombrowsky,Ta y Barr, Tabitha Schimmel, Jasmine French, Kameron Lapham

 The following students took 2nd place in their division, or the “First Alternate” position. They will proceed to State if a winner backs out:

 Anicah Scheller, flute
Jacob Snow, clarinet
Matthew McCormick, alto saxophone
Keagan Cox, tenor saxophone
Horacio Roman-Gomez, trombone
Rebecca Luff, euphonium
Ethan Smith, cello
Kyle Spain, string bass

 KHS String Trio:  Erik Relation, Reagan Nguyen, Isaac Ford
KHS Low String Ensemble:  John Shaw, Josiah Schimmel, Rose Graff, Chloe Evans, Eugene Ivankin, Ethan Smith, Isaac Ford, Kyle Spain

 The following students took 3rd place in their division, or the “Second Alternate” position. They will proceed to State if a winner and a first alternate backs out:

Zoe Prothero, tenor saxophone
Thomas Kiffe, trombone
Kenan Anderson, mallet percussion
Tanner Graff, violin
John Shaw, cello

 KHS Trumpet Duet:  Brody Lee & Eli Bernal

 KHS Marimba Duet:  Megan Johnson & Asher Lange

 KHS Large String Ensemble:  Tanner Graff, Erik Relation, Emma Lien, Daniel Ivankin, Carol Byman, Shannon Stein, JacobRedmil l, John Shaw, Josiah Schimmel, Isaac Ford, Reagan Nguyen

 KHS Brass Ensemble:  Kevin Iverson, Lena Tison, Rachael Johnson, Tabitha Roloson, Samuel Palmer, Samuel Larson, Megan Anderson, Horacio Roman-Gomez, Thomas Kiffe, Eric Johnson, Rebecca Luff, Willow Calabrese, Ethan Bowman

 

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Kelso High School
1904 Allen St • Kelso, WA 98626
Phone: (360) 501-1800 Fax: (360) 501-1843
Attendance Office: (360) 501-1854
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Wednesday
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District Non-Discrimination Statement

KELSO HIGH SCHOOL IS A TOBACCO FREE ZONE!
Any use of tobacco products by staff, students, visitors or community members on Kelso School District property is strictly prohibited, violators may be prosecuted. 




Student Resources

Kelso High School is a comprehensive, four-year high school offering a wide range of challenging academic courses. In addition to the core subjects of math, language arts, science and social studies, KHS electives include: art, drama, home and family life, foreign languages industrial technologies, marketing, computer science, music and physical education.


Student Documents

~Student Conduct Information

Student Rights and Responsibilities 16-17
Need to Know
Need to Know Verification
Student Handbook 16-17
Dress Code Policy

~Parking Area Documents

Parking Lot Regulations
Parking Application

~Course Catalog (2016-2017)

~Course Catalog (2017-2018)

~High School and Beyond
~Scholarship Information

Important Links

~Career Center
~Counseling Center
~Transcript Request

 

Homeless Liaison

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Don Iverson


KSD District Contact
don.iverson@kelsosd.org  
360.501.1905