A Community of Learners
Committed to Student Success

Home of the Mustangs 

 

Career Education at the Mountain

Kennesaw Mountain High School had its first Career Signing Day on May 9, 2018. We have a video of the ceremony that was made possible through the amazing partnership with Mark Lee and Parrish Walton at the Georgia Department of Economic Development!

What an amazing video propping up CTAE, high school construction education, KMHS and for the entire Cobb County School District! But most importantly, spot lighting these amazing 12 students that signed career contracts!

Article and Video

 

2018 Best Public
High Schools in Georgia

niche      KMHS #12

KMHS #12

 

Kennesaw Mountain High School
STEM Program

STEM

April 27, 2017-State Superintendent RichardWoods along with CCSD Superintendent Chris Ragsdale officially recognize KMHS as STEM certified by the state of Georgia.

AdvancED

Kennesaw Mountain High School is proud to join the cadre of STEM Certified schools around the world. AdvanceEd STEM certification has been awarded to the Mustangs by the AdvanceEd accreditation body.



 

Project Chimps

Kennesaw Mountain High School is proud to announce our partnership with Project Chimps.

Project Chimps

“After almost 100 years of using chimpanzees for invasive biomedical research in the United States, scientists, politicians, policy-makers and the public all agree: it’s no longer necessary, and chimpanzees deserve retirement in accredited sanctuaries…a “super group” of chimpanzee, nonprofit, philanthropic, and legal experts joined together, and founded Project Chimps in 2014 to provide sanctuary for a majority of the last remaining chimpanzees in private research facilities…(this) 36-acre sanctuary is nestled in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mountains of northern Georgia, and will eventually provide sanctuary for up to 300 chimpanzees.”

Due to our unique partnership, Project Chimps has graciously granted Kennesaw Mountain students unprecedented access to the facility and the wonderful work they do. Students will see firsthand the ethical consequences of biomedical research and the implications and importance of environmental stewardship. We could not be more excited for this unique, real-world learning opportunity. To learn more about Project Chimps please access the following link:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B1GF-ezKRh8eTTlNeFlKdHV0Szg/view

We continue to actively fundraise in support of this worthy cause. If you are interested in donating, please contact either

mark.trachtenbroit@cobbk12.org or joanne.jezequel@cobbk12.org.

 

Teacher of the Year

TOTY Jeremy WhitakerThis year’s TOTY is a vital part of the Mustang family. Mr. Whitaker can be seen helping students and programs all over the campus including homecoming building, Skills USA, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. He helps his students earn certifications in different vocational avenues, which provides them opportunities to gain employment in well-paying careers straight out of high school. His construction program was recently selected by Governor Deal to advertise and represent the new Skilled Trades Awareness Program for the state of Georgia. Mr. Whitaker is committed to ensuring that his students have the knowledge and skills to be leaders in the workforce.

 

Certified Employee of the Year

CEOTY Tedra EmersonMs. T (Mrs. Tedra Emerson) is the first person students see as they enter the building in the morning and is a friendly face around the cafeteria. She goes out of her way to build relationships with students, encouraging them to be better, work harder, and do their best! Ms. T leads by example. No job is too big or too small. She tackles every task with a smile and quiet enthusiasm. Above all, this year’s CEOTY can be described as a ray of sunshine to everyone she comes in contact with.

 

Thanks to Superior Plumbing

KMHS would like to thank Superior Plumbing for their continuing support and generosity. Many thanks to Jay and Tina!

superior plumbing

 

Certificate 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.com.

Certificates will be ready for pick-up in two days.

 

ParentVue

Please contact Carol James at carol.james@cobbk12.org for information regarding a ParentVue account.

 

Dress Code

Please remember-when shopping for school clothes, NO holes above the knees are permitted.

Shorts must be no shorter than six inches above the knee.

 

New Student Registration

All registrations are by appointment only. Please call (678) 594-8190 to schedule an appointment. Click here to view required documents to register your student, and other paperwork to expedite the registration process.

 

Join the Counseling Office Email List!

Receive information about college fairs/info sessions, scholarships, test prep, and more.

Click here to subscribe!

 

Coach G's trips! 

Summer 2019: There are a few seats left on the trip to Beijing, Xi'an, Shanghai and Hong Kong.

Summer 2020: Have you ever wanted to go on an African safari to see rhinos, giraffes, elephants and more? What about visiting Robben Island, the former prison island where Nelson Mandela was held from 1964 to 1982. What about sitting front row at an ostrich race? Well, now you can! Join Coach G on another amazing journey around the world and this time to SOUTH AFRICA!

Contact Coach G at Corey.Goldstein@cobbk12.org for more information.

Follow our journey to Europe this summer!www.EU2018.wordpress.com

 

Work Permit

Students can go online to complete the work permit paperwork. Bring the GA DOL printout in person to Mrs. Frazier after the employer has completed their part. Mrs. Frazier’s office is in the Media Center. The work permit will be completed in 24 hours from the time it is turned in.  

Effective July 1, 2015, with the exception of minors in entertainment, work permits are no longer required for youth age 16 and older.

 

 

  



STEM Georgia
AdvancedEd STEM

 

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

US News and World Report Washington Post

Postitive Athlete Georgia

April 11, 2018- KMHS is proud to announce the distinction of being named the Most Positive School in Cobb County for the second consecutive year by Positive Athlete Georgia.
Greatest Gains Greatest
Gains Award

3-year Average CCRPI Progress Score

Silver Designation
Top 5% (of state)
Highest Performing Highest Performing Award
3-year Average CCRPI Progress Score

Bronze Designation
Top 7% in state overall achievement

 

Upcoming Events

JULY
18
9:00am-12:00pm
Mustang Way


JULY
19
9:00am-12:00pm
Mustang Way



 

View Kennesaw Mountain Calendar

 

Parking for Fall Semester 2018

 ***Window for ordering and paying at mypaymentsplus.com is Wednesday, July 25 until Sunday, July 29 at 5:00pm

Please note that purchase procedures must be followed exactly for an expeditious acquisition of the parking decal:

  1. Student has parking application completely filled out
  2. All parking must be paid through mypaymentsplus.com. All prior tickets must be paid in full before receiving a new semester decal.

PLEASE NOTE THAT A COPY OF CURRENT INSURANCE AND DRIVERS LICENSE MUST ACCOMPANY THE PARKING APPLICATION

Parking Decals for Fall Semester 2018 will be issued on July 31 from 1:00-3:00 pm in the school cafeteria

Parking Guidelines
Parking Procedures
Parking Application
Cobb Parking Rules and Regulations
Truancy Form
One Day Parking

 

All-Sports Season Passes

All-Sports Season Passes for 2018-2019 we be available for purchase through MyPaymentsPlus.com, beginning July 25, 2018. $60 for adults and $40 for students

 

 

twitter

Academic Portal

Intranet Support Site

 

District Calendar of Events