Celebrate Student Success



We are very proud of our students who recently competed at the SkillsUSA Georgia State Championship.  Below are the students who received medals for placing in their events.  Chris Martinez will proceed to Nationals in June in Louisville, Kentucky.  Only 1st place winners go to Nationals and not all events are represented.  

1st Computer Programming: Chris Martinez
1st Mathematical Application 11th and 12: Logan Bontrager
1st Construction Blue Print Reading: Adam Ricketts
2nd Tile: Cristian Mendoza
2nd Drywall: Justin Cardona and Derrick Sumner
2nd Construction Math: Isaiah Hua
3rd Related Technical Math: Aria Scaggs
3rd Mobile Robotics Search and Rescue: Grant Kuehne and Marcus B

Thank you to teachers Cristi Holbrook and Jeremy Whitaker for their guidance, encouragement, and dedication.

Daniel Chu Mathematics
Nicholas Haddad Theatre
Gwendolyn Henry Dance
Analeigh Honeycutt Theatre
Georgianna Hyde Dance
Elizabeth Kunst Communicative Arts
Laurenz Oriondo Music
Sydney Schulte Theatre
Emma Soetebier Science
Izah Tahir Visual Arts
Mateo Villalobos Mathematics


Congrats to the Varsity Boys Soccer Team for winning back to back Region Championships. Could not be more proud of this team!  They will play next Friday night April 28th at KMHS in the first round of the playoffs.  Come out and see the action!

Congratulations to the Lady Mustang Varsity Soccer team for earning Runner Up in the 7A Regionals and qualifying for the state playoff tournament.  They will play next Thursday night, April 27th, at KMHS at 5pm.  Come out and show your support.

Congrats to our KMHS Tennis team ~ also advancing in the state playoff tournament!

Teacher Appreciation -Desserts Needed

Hello, everyone!  KMHS Teacher Appreciation Week is this week and we’ll be having a luncheon and dessert day for the teachers again this year.  Desserts will be on Thursday, April 27 during their lunch hour.  We need lots of bakers (and buyers) for all of our baked goodies.  Thank-you in advance for baking/bringing something sweet for our hard-working teachers.  Items can be dropped off the morning of 4/27 in the main office.  Thanks!


Teacher Appreciation Week (April 24-28)

We need lots of help setting up, serving and cleaning up after the Teacher Appreciation Luncheon on Tuesday, April 25.  The teachers and staff really appreciate this!


Monday – Teacher/Staff Breakfast hosted by North Star Church
Tuesday – Teacher/Staff Luncheon hosted by KMHS PTSA
Thursday – Teacher/Staff Desserts hosted by KMHS PTSA
Friday – Teacher/Staff Courtyard Cook Out Hosted by Dr. Tracht

Cobb County School District Magazine

Cobb County School District Magazine Cover

We are pleased to share with you the newest issue of the Cobb County School District Magazine. In this issue, we focus on graduation, giving center stage to our high school seniors, and celebrating our students’ accomplishments across our District as the school year comes to a close. Please go to the Cobb County website for access to this magazine



April – Alcohol Awareness Month

Founded and sponsored by the National Council on Alcohol and Drug Dependence (NCADD), Alcohol Awareness Month was established in 1987 to help reduce the stigma so often associated with alcoholism by encouraging communities to reach out to the American public each April with information about alcohol, alcoholism and recovery. Alcoholism is a chronic, progressive disease, genetically predisposed and fatal if untreated. However people can and do recover. In fact, it is estimated that as many as 20 million individuals and family members are living lives in recovery!

Did you know that teens whose parents told them underage drinking is completely unacceptable are 80% less likely to drink! (Source: Drug Free Action Alliance). If you’ve noticed any changes in your child’s behavior, don’t be afraid to err on the side of caution. Prepare to take action and have a conversation  where you ask direct questions like “Have you been drinking or using drugs?” While no parent wants to hear “yes,” being prepared for how to respond can be the starting point for a more positive outcome.

Yearbook Applications

Yearbook applications can be found at the Mane Link desk in the cafeteria and on the door of room 306. If you would like to be in yearbook, please pick up a form and return it by Wednesday, April 26th. We will not be accepting late applications as deadlines are very important to yearbook. If you have questions or concerns, please e-mail Mrs. Hoover at Holly.Hoover@cobbk12.org .

Open PTSA Executive Board Positions

It’s time to start planning for next year’s PTSA. The first step is getting an executive board in place.  Many of our current members (but not all) have graduating seniors and there are important spots to fill.  Anyone who may want to even be considered for the PTSA executive board should contact the nominating committee.  The election meeting will be held April 13th. Nominees need to be posted 10 days before that date.  If you are interested, please contact Ken Ealy at ken.EALY@cobbk12.org.

It takes a little from A LOT of people to make the PTSA function well. Please consider joining this great team that does so much for the high school.

Academic Honors

STEM Georgia    AdvancedEd STEM


On January 12, 2012, The Academy of Mathematics, Science and Technology at Kennesaw Mountain High School become the sixth school in Georgia to earn the state’s STEM certification. The school was RECERTIFIED by the state on March 7th, 2017. 


On January 31, 2017, The Academy of Mathematics, Science, and Technology at Kennesaw Mountain High School became one of only 37 high schools in the world to have earned the AdvancED STEM certification.


February 27, 2017 – State School Superintendent Richard Woods names Advanced Placement (AP) Honor Schools. Kennesaw Mountain receives the following AP Honor designations:

AP STEM School
AP Merit School
AP STEM Achievement School
AP Humanities School

CONGRATULATIONS Kennesaw Mountain High School for ALL of your recent academic accomplishments!

Beanie and the Bamboozling Book Machine

The KMHS Drama Department will present the children’s play, Beanie and the Bamboozling Book Machine on Friday and Saturday, March 24 and 25 at 7:00 pm.

The story follows a boy named Beanie whose book machine malfunctions and villains from the fairy tales fly into his world, and he must figure out a way to trick them back into Storyland.

The story features characters from: The Wizard of Oz, Hansel & Gretel, Snow White, Alice in Wonderland, & Peter Pan!!

The show runs about 50 minutes.  Tickets are only $7 in advance and $10 at the door. For further information on tickets please email brandon.morris@cobbk12.org.