Students who failed a class can recover their credit by participating in KM’s Credit Recovery program. The cost for each .5 credit class is $100 or $60 if you qualify for free or reduced lunch. Pick up an enrollment form in the Counseling Office to sign up.
The Kent-Meridian Technology Academy (KMTA) is a highly successful Kent School District school of choice located at Kent-Meridian High School and serving students in grades 9-12. Students enroll in KMTA from across the district to take advantage of today’s technology in applying 21st Century skills in a small learning community environment. Students learn together through problem-based and community-connected curriculum.
The video production class spent three days in Seattle filming and producing a video for the Mateo Messina’s 16th Annual Benefit Concert.
Kent School District was one of 15 school boards to receive a Board of Distinction honor by the Washington State School Directors’ Association (WSSDA). This is the third consecutive year the School Board has received this award.
Vision Statement: KM students are prepared with the knowledge and skills necessary to successfully take on the responsibilities of college, career, family, and citizenship in a diverse and increasingly competitive global society
Mission Statement: KM staff provides a safe, inclusive, high-quality education that prepares students for college and career success and encourages them to become active life-long learners and responsible members of the community.