Thanks to all of the parents who have already signed up to serve as exam proctors!
We could still use more help, so please go to the link below and consider signing up:
The location of the exams will be at King for AP and USF for IB exams, and you will be contacted for more info on where to report on exam day. The only tests you CANNOT volunteer for are the tests that your student will be taking. If you know of any other adults who might help, please forward the link to them as well.
On behalf of Mrs. Mitchell and the entire IB faculty and IB Connection family, thank you for volunteering your time!
The King IB Connection is in need of current parents/guardians to help fulfill roles on the Board and key chair positions for the 2016-2017 school year. Without your involvement, support of the IB Programme at King would be almost impossible. If you are interested, please contact David Dozier at firstname.lastname@example.org or Nishira Mitchell (Assistant Principal – Magnet Curriculum) at email@example.com.
The Class of 2016 International Baccalaureate Senior Banquet will be held at the Embassy Suites (USF) on Wednesday, June 1st, 2016; and starts at 6 PM. Please join us as we celebrate the culmination of a 4-year journey in the IB Programme at KHS!
For more info, please visit: http://kingib.org/seniors/senior-banquet/. You can order your tickets by choosing one of the forms under the Forms Repository (scroll down and look to the right).
We couldn’t support the IB Programme without people like:
We hope you enjoy the King IB t-shirt designed by Erin Schwartz, Class of 2018!
If you haven’t joined yet, please click here to help support the best academic program around.
Congratulations to the Class of 2017 on their official induction into the International Baccalaureate Programme. The Junior Class celebrated this landmark at their official Pinning Ceremony with Mr. Rowan, Mrs. Mitchell and Ferguson, and their families.
Thank you to Bob LeVine (the former Chairman of the Harvard Schools Committee for the West Coast of Florida) for his words of encouragement and inspiration!
A special thank you to the wonderful parents who donated their time and contributed baked goods and drinks; especially Patty Moore and her family. We couldn’t have done it without you!!
Congratulations to Dr. Dre Graham and the KHS Music Department! The music department is one of only three that have been invited to perform at Carnegie Hall in New York City. They will be traveling to NYC on Saturday and will be performing in the prestigious hall on Monday, April 4th. Please join us in congratulating Dr. Graham and the wonderful group of kids who made it happen!
The King IB Connection, Administration and Faculty wishes to congratulate the Class of 2015 on breaking the previous King IB Diploma rate of 96% by achieving a 97%!!! We are all so very proud of you and your accomplishment, and wish you all the best on your collegiate journey.
Attention all Junior IB students, please visit the Junior section (under Students) of our web site for important info regarding the Extended Essay.
King High School had 20 National Merit Scholar Semifinalists this year, which was the most in Hillsborough County! Hillsborough High School had 11, and Robinson High School had 9. In all, 14 of the 27 public high schools in Hillsborough County were represented on the list. KHS also had 1 National Achievement finalist.
Hillsborough County Public Schools led the state in the number of National Merit Scholar Semifinalists this year and posted the district’s highest total ever, with 67 students earning the honor. Neighboring Pinellas County had 22, Pasco County had 7, and Polk County had 6.
National Merit Semifinalists represent less than one percent of the nation’s high school seniors. To be selected as a semifinalist, a student must have an outstanding academic record, be endorsed and recommended by a high school official, write an essay, and earn an SAT score that confirms the student’s academic achievement. Roughly 1.4 million students across the nation vied for the honor of being among the nation’s most academically talented high school seniors.
Congratulations to all of the winners, we are very proud of you!
We wish to thank all of you who stopped by the King IB Connection table during Open House. For those who signed up, your student will receive their IB t-shirt as soon as we receive them.
While we had many sign up in person, we know there were some who were unable to get to us because of the crowd, or they could not attend Open House in person. You can still sign up for the Parent Partnership online, by clicking on this link: http://kingib.org/parent-partnership/, or http://kingib.org/volunteer-opportunities/ to sign up to support any one of the many activities the IB Connection sponsors throughout the school year.
A BIG “THANK YOU” goes out to the following individuals who helped during the Open House event:
Monica Tsun (Treasurer, Senior Parent), Hemisha Patel (Carpool Coordinator, Junior Parent), Fabiola Morales (Parent Partnership Coordinator, Senior Parent) and Cindy Kelly (Junior Parent) for helping out at the IBC table. And also, thanks to Karla Edwards (VP, Senior Parent) and Surekha Kolipaka (Senior Parent) for their help in the IB Guidance Office.