Semester parking passes will be available for purchase each day. Please note that purchase procedures must be followed exactly for an expeditious acquisition of the parking decal:
- Student has parking application completely filled out
- The exact dollar amount (check or cash) accompanies the application
- Completed application with exact change brought to Admin I between 8:00-8:15 AM
- Student picks up decal during their lunch period
PLEASE NOTE THAT A COPY OF CURRENT INSURANCE ANDDRIVERS LICENSE MUST ACCOMPANY THE PARKING APPLICATION
In the spring we will again operate a 5th period after regular school hours. 5th period was started to assist students to catch up and graduate on time. It will run from January 23 – May 5.
There is one small change to 5th period. There is a $100 fee. We have seen the need for students to have more of a vested interest in the class. If a student is successful and passes the 5th period class they take, we will refund the $100.
Credit Recovery Parent Letter
Application for Course Extension
Application for Course Extension–Year Long Math
Application for 5th Period Credit Recovery
In the spring we will again operate a 5th period. 5th period was started to assist students to catch up and graduate on time. It will run from January 23 – May 5.
National Honor Society is now accepting applications for next school year (2017-2018)
- 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 **
- Must have served in a leadership capacity either in a school organization or a community organization
- Must also be a current active member of at least two school organizations
- Good character & discipline record (no ISS/OSS) Applications are available on the KMHS
school website or from room 627.
All applications must be submitted to Mrs. Morlan in Room 627 no later than
8:15 AM on Friday, February 17, 2017.
**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).
For an NHS Application, click HERE.
Greatest Gains Award
3-year Average CCRPI Progress Score
Top 5% (of state)
Kennesaw Mountain High School
Cobb’s 2016 Greatest Gains & Highest Performing Award Winners
On January 5, 2017, Georgia Governor Nathan Deal announced the Greatest Gains and Highest Performing School Awards. Twenty-five Cobb schools are among the 218 schools across Georgia to receive at least one of the awards. Schools earn the Greatest Gains Award with a 3-year average CCRPI Progress score that ranks in the top 7% or higher in Georgia. CCRPI Progress scores represent how much growth students demonstrate on the state assessments from one year to the next.
Overall, the state of Georgia says Kennesaw Mountain High School is earning an A grade! The state recently released its CCRPI collaborative school review results for the year 2016. KMHS had a 1.6 point increase over our 2015 score which raises our school’s report card grade to a 91.7 for the 2016 academic year.
CCRPI stands for the College and Career Readiness Performance Index – this measures a school based on many factors including test scores, attendance and community satisfaction.
2017 Best Public
High Schools in Georgia
Great News! Kennesaw Mountain High School was recently ranked #12 out of 426 public high schools in the state of Georgia by the Niche Best Public High Schools ranking system. Last year, KMHS was proudly in the Top 20, so we are encouraged by our continued climb to the top.
The 2017 Best Public High Schools ranking is based on rigorous analysis of key statistics and millions of reviews from students and parents using data from the U.S. Department of Education. Ranking factors include state test scores, college readiness, graduation rates, SAT/ACT scores, teacher quality, and high school ratings. For the full report: https://k12.niche.com/rankings/public-high-schools/best-overall/s/georgia/
Join us as the classical Biblical story comes to life. All tickets for this production will be reserved seats. Pre-sale tickets in the first six rows are $12 a piece and all other seats are $10 a piece. Tickets will be $12 and $15 dollars at the door. Tickets are on sale now in the school’s front office. No seats will be reserved until tickets are paid in full. Group tickets are available for 10 or more people. Contact Coy Dunn for special rates or more information. Coy.Dunn@cobbk12.org The show is Rated “G” and will run about 1:45 minutes with a 15 minute intermission.
Due to the continued presence of a significant amount of ice on the roads in the northern third of the county, the Cobb County School District will be closed tomorrow January 10, 2017. Annual staff (240 day and 260 day) staff should report at 10 a.m., if their routes are safe.
After consulting with the Georgia Department of Transportation and the Cobb County Police Department, the Cobb County School District is cancelling school and all activities on Monday, January 9, 2017, for students and staff. Icy roads are a problem in the northern part of the county.
All CCSD schools will release two hours early on Friday, January 6, 2017 due to the forecasted inclement weather. All Friday after school and weekend activities are cancelled.
The 16th Annual Sleighbells on the Square 5K/1K/Tot Trot will be held this year on Saturday, December 10. This festive event for the whole family takes place on the Marietta Square where the 5K will start and finish. The race attracted more than 1000 participants last year, raising more than $30,000 for the Cobb Children’s Emergency Fund. The Fund provides emergency grants to Cobb County School Social Workers to help support student households facing financial emergencies or crises. The Fund provides support for Cobb families in need in areas that are often not addressed by traditional charities; assisting with utility bills, clothing, medicine, and housing in order to help local families get back on track.
Race day activities include appearances by Disney Characters and Santa, face-painting for the kids and jingle bells for runners’ shoes. Festive holiday attire is encouraged. Strollers and dogs are allowed. The 5K starts at 8:30am, the 1K at 9:30am, Tot Trot at 9:45am and the awards ceremony is at 9:50am. Free Parking is available in the parking decks around the Marietta Square.
The 5K is a chip-timed Peachtree Qualifying race. Registration is available online at Active.com. The cost for registration is $20 for Youth, $25 for Adults through November 27. $30 for registration November 28- December 8. Tot Trot registration is just $10 through Dec 8. Race day registration is $35 for the 5K and 1K and $15 for the Tot Trot. There is also registration for Phantom Runners for $30 to support in spirit and get a t-shirt but not run.
All participants who register before Nov 28 are guaranteed a long-sleeve technical t-shirt.
More information can be found on the Sleighbells on the Square page at Active.com or www.cobbcountybar.org .
Sleighbells on the Square is presented by the Cobb County Bar Association to support the Children’s Emergency Fund, a 501c3.