Certificates of School Enrollment

Certificates of School Enrollment are required to obtain both a Georgia Learner’s Permit and a Georgia Driver’s License for students under the age of 18. Certificates expire in 30 days.
The $2 payment must be processed through MyPaymentsPlus.
Certificates will be ready for pick-up in two days.

Spring Open House

Students experience the most success when their school, teachers and parents work together for the best educational experience. Please join KMHS  Monday January 22nd starting at 5:30pm for the Winter/Spring Open House.  You will have the opportunity to follow your child’s schedule, meet their teachers, and hear the expectations for the upcoming semester.  Students seeking summer employment will also be interested in the Job Fair going on in the cafeteria.  Local companies who need summer help will be recruiting. The PTSA leadership team will be on hand to sign up new members. This year’s memberships are down and funds our low.  Please consider becoming a PTSA PAL for just $10 dollars.  A PTSA general meeting will be held at 7:20.  Finally, several of our PTSA school business partners and sponsors will be in attendance. Please stop by and thank them for their support of KMHS.  Below is the schedule of events for the evening.

5:30 to 6pm Student Job Fair

Meet & Greet with KMHS Business Partners & Sponsors


6 to 7:15 Follow your students schedule to meet teachers ***Activities will still be open in the cafeteria for students or for those parents who have an open period in their student’s  schedule.

7:20 Job Fair/PTSA Sign Ups and Meet & Greet continues in cafeteria

7:20 General Membership PTSA Meeting in Media Center

Job Fair Participants include Six Flags & Six Flags Whitewater, MOD Pizza & Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt

KMHS National Honor Society Now Accepting Applications

National Honor Society is now accepting applications for next school year (2018-2019)

Membership Criteria: 
*10th-11th graders only
*Maintenance of cumulative GPA of 3.75
*Must have performed at least two different community service projects and at least two different school related service projects during your high school career  School service involves events specific to KMHS (Shop with a Mustang, Character Ed Mentor, Special Ed Dance, etc); Community service involves events not specific to KMHS (church, scouts, charity events not affiliated with or sponsored by a KMHS organization)
*Must have served in a leadership capacity either in a school organization or a community organization
*Must be a current active member of at least two school organizations
*Good character & discipline record (no ISS/OSS)
*Willingness to participate in multiple service projects throughout the school year
*Ability to attend a monthly morning meeting on the 2nd Wednesday of each month from 7:40-8:10 am

Applications are available HERE or on the KMHS website or from room 627. All applications must be submitted to Ms. Kline in Room 603 or Mrs. Morlan in Room 627 no later than 8:15 AM on Friday, February 16, 2018

Gift Card Drive Extended

There are a few weeks left to donate to our GIFT CARD DRIVE!  THANK-YOU to everyone who has so generously contributed so far to our KMHS community GIFT CARD DRIVE.  We appreciate your donations so much ~ but the needs are SO GREAT.  There are plenty of spots on our sign up genius that have not been taken.  Therefore, the Gift Card drive will CONTINUE through January.  If you received gift cards over the holidays that you won’t use, please consider donating them to the KMHS gift card drive. 

All gift cards will be held by the school social worker, who will distribute them throughout the school year when a student has an emergency need.   Again, 100% of this drive will stay with the KMHS student family.  Thank-you for your help.  Gift cards should be turned in to the front office throughout the month of January.

To help, please go to:

Welcome Back Teacher Breakfast – PLEASE Help!

Please help the KMHS PTSA and the Magnet Foundation Board demonstrate our appreciation to the teachers, staff and administration for all they do for our students throughout the year.  Any donations of food, drink, and/or your time to help with set-up and serving for this event will be greatly appreciated! Sign up using this link:


** You may drop off non-perishable items in the Main Office anytime the week of January 16-19.  There will be a cart labeled “Teacher/Staff Appreciation Breakfast” and you can place your food items on this cart for collection.

** Please leave perishable items no sooner than Tuesday, January 23rd on the labeled cart.  (This includes things like blueberries, grapes, etc.)

** If you plan to make a casserole, we request it be brought to school between 7:00 am and 7:30 am on Thursday morning, January 25th. The front doors will not be open until 7:30, so please enter through the first set of doors of the building in the bus port parking lot.  There will be a volunteer waiting for you to take your food contribution to the breakfast location, Room 311.

** If you have gift cards or door prize items you might like to donate to the KMHS Teacher/Staff Appreciation Raffle for that morning, please send it to the office of Dr. Kelly Ingle or contact Kathy Ebener at kebener1963@gmail.com.

Accident Avoidance Workshop at KMHS during Holiday Break

The Accident Avoidance Workshop is a great class for new and inexperienced drivers.  Only a few spots remain.  AAW is also a KMHS PTSA Business Partner and gives the PTSA  a cash donation for each student who enrolls in the course.  A few spots may still be left.  Inquire today.

Click here for more information and for a complete schedule, or call 770-262-7009.  If you are ready to register you may click here.

Studies show the average time between accidents for experienced drivers is 15 years. For a teen, it’s 10 times more frequently. So the question isn’t “Will my student need this training?” … the question is “Will you have given your student the training before they need it?” Every fatal teen accident in the State of Georgia for the past three years could have been prevented by applying the content taught in the Accident Avoidance Workshops. Research has proven if your child dies before they’re 20, there’s more than a 50% chance a motor vehicle will be involved in that tragedy.