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All Bus route can be viewed on the Transportation Page
Join the Metacomet! Meetings are every 2nd and 4th Monday after school in Room 317 until 3PM. There is a informational meeting on Monday, September 22nd.
The Debate Club is open to students from all grades that like to argue, are interested in current events, and want to work on public speaking. Meetings are every Tuesday in room 208 after school until 3.
The first International Club meeting is afterschool on Friday, September 19th in the Library. If you wish to learn more about the fascinating cultures of the world or wish to share your knowledge and experiences with others just like you, the come join International Club! We're always open to new, culturally inclined members.
Congratulations to Kyle Maloney, Clara Forbes, and Carly Schnabel for becoming the newest members of the Key Club for earning high honors for six terms. As a result, they are entitled to free admittance to any and all school functions at King Philip, both social and athletic, with the exception of the Junior and Senior Proms.
The first Inter-Club Council Meeting is being held on Friday, September 26th at 7AM in the Library. Any leaders of groups at KPHS should contact Eddie Cullinane for more information. Additional information about the ICC is available on the Inter-Club Council Page under the Activities tab.
Open House is being held at KPHS on Thursday, September 18th from 6:00-8:00PM.
Join the Debate Club! Open to students from all grades that like to argue, are interested in current events, and want to work on public speaking. We meet every Tuesday in Room 208 after school until 3PM. The first meeting of the year is on Tuesday, September 16th!
Please join director Joshua O. Wolloff and the King Philip Marching Band for their first public performance of "On the Town. " Admission is free and refreshments will be served by the King Philip Music Association. Sunday, September 21, 2014 at 6PM at KPHS.
Science National Honor Society Applications are now available. A complete description of the requirements for membership is listed on the SNHS link on the activities page of this website. The SNHS is open to juniors and seniors who meet course enrollment and achievement requirements. For a complete list of the requirements, check the website, check with your science teachers, or check the list posted at room 127. Applications are available from Mrs. Lambert in room 127 or Mrs. Knight in room 115. Applications are due by September 19th. No Late Applications will be accepted. Return applications to either Mrs. Lambert or Mrs. Knight.
If you are interested in being part of the Spanish National Honor Society, applications are now available outside of Sra. Abeille's room 118. Applications are due by October 1st and late applications will not be accepted. For more information contact Sra. Abeille or Erin Manchuso.
SNHS Meetings will be held every month on the second Thursday in Room 118. Meetings will start in the month of October.
KP Cares is holding a Chop to Stop / Shave to Save Haircut-a-thon on Monday September 29th to raise awarness for Pediatric Cancer and money for the Jimmy Fund. For more information or to sign up to donate your hair or shave your head, please contact Cheryl Rowe in the Library. email@example.com
Are you musically talented? Do you like to perform? Is your musical group unique? If you answered yes to any of these questions, please see Dr. Oliveira for an opportunity to perform at the KPMA Musical Mile 5K Road Race. The Race is November 23rd and benefits the KPMA and the Turf Field Project. All musical groups interested are welcome and should see Dr. Oliveira by October 3rd.
Attention all students: come and check out the KP-GSA, King Philip HIgh School's Gay-Straight Alliance club. We meet every Wednesday in room 339. The purpose of the KP-GSA is to provide a non-judgmental, supportive, safe place, where kids of all sexualities can feel accepted. It serves as a social club and also as a vehicle for education of club members and King Philip High School. If you have any questions please contact faculty sponsors Dr. Sheble (Room 147) or Mrs. Metcalf (Room 229).
Marching Band Practice on the Main Parking Lot
Student drivers are reminded that they must move their cars out of the parking lot by 5:00pm on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday for Marching Band Practice 5:30pm-8:30pm. If a student driver has a practice, home game or an away game and is not sure if they are able to move their car by 5:00pm they must move their car before going to practice, home game or getting on the bus for an away game. Anyone who violates the parking rule will lose parking privileges.
We are having a golf tournament to raise money for a synthetic turf field. Tuesday October 7, 2014 at Wentworth Hill CC in Plainville MA - Cost is $150.00 per golfer
If you can't golf but would still like to make a donation, a raffle item or an auction item please
click on the link below.
of if you have any questions please email Cheryl Rowe at firstname.lastname@example.org
The King Philip Warrior Turf Field Committee is offering several sponsorship opportunities.
They are offering a Parking Lot Lightpole Flag for a donation of $2,500. This flag includes your family's name or your company's name. A model flag is below.
If you are interested in donating to the Turf Field or have any further questions about sponsorship opportunities, please contact Mark Dittrich at 508-269-9826 or email@example.com