Kent-Meridian Technology Academy (KMTA)
Kent-Meridian Technology Academy (KMTA) is a choice program offered to all Kent School District students. While the program is offered at Kent-Meridian High School, students from any middle school in the district can apply to attend. KMTA offers a unique learning environment focused on project-based learning, technology application, student-focused scheduling, and small learning communities. Our program is based on strong and supportive relationships between students and teachers.
A core principle of KMTA education is to teach through projects as often as possible.
Cross-curricular learning allows students to do projects that are no longer separated by class-subject boundaries.
Personalized Learning Time (PLT) is built into each school day. Students choose which subject, class or project they need to spend extra time on.
Small Learning Communities
Students will share many of their classes with the same groups of students, creating opportunities to build strong relationships with KMTA peers and teachers.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can I earn college credit in my KMTA classes?
KMTA students have the opportunity to earn college credit through Central Washington University in several classes.
- Chemistry (University of Washington)
- English (Grade 11)
- Social Studies (Grade 11)
KMTA students take AP classes:
- Grade 9: AP World History
- Grade 10: AP Human Geography
Can I still be involved in extra-curricular activities?
KMTA students still have the opportunity to be involved in all extra-curricular programs offered at Kent-Meridian like Band, Orchestra, Choir, Athletics, Clubs and Activities.
Is transportation provided to attend the program?
Any student within Kent School District boundaries is eligible for district transportation.
How can I apply or get more information?
Please scan the QR code above to be taken directly to the online application for KMTA.
For more information, please send an email to KMTA@kent.k12.wa.us
We are now accepting online applications for incoming ninth-grade students for the 2024-2025 school year.