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9/27/2017
9/28/2017
- ELL Night
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
9/29/2017
 
KWHS Classes Resume Wed. Sept. 27
MCSD announced today that Key West area schools, including Key West High School, will resume classes for students on Wed., Sept. 27.  Staff will report on Mon., Sept. 25.  When Conch students and staff return, we will work together to address needs and match resources as we resume our educational experience.  There will also be an opportunity for students to volunteer on Tues. so check back on our page for details. If there are any questions, please email Amber.Acevedo@keysschools.com.  Conch Pride will continue to shine! #Conchstrong
The ACT test scheduled for this weekend at KWHS will be postponed.  The new date will be posted as soon as it is set.
Elks's Loge 551 Donation
The Key West Elks's Lodge #551 is pleased to sponsor equipment as a donation on behalf of Dr. Darold Leto.  The items, valued at 500.00, include an ultrasound unit as well as various other items that trainer Gaby Kucher can utilize with our athletes.  We sincerely appreciate the donation and support of our athletic program.  Pictured are trainer Gaby Kucher, Elks Lodge member Donald Curry, Dr. Darold Leto, athletic director Sarah Eckert.
KWHS Honors Former Principals
Key West High School was proud to honor former principals of the school with the unveiling of the Principal Legacy Wall.  Replicating a wall that used to hang in the former KWHS building, it depicts the photos of all of the principals of Key West High School since its 1927, 18 in all.  We were fortunate to have five principals, Bobby Menendez, Alma Olson, John Welsh, Terri Axford, and Amber Archer Acevedo and the family of three principals, Sandy Archer - wife of Glynn Archer, Jr., Sandy Highsmith - wife of Kerry Highsmith and Linda Roberts - wife of Tommy Roberts present as well as former Superintendent Dr. A.J. Henriquez.    Each of them made contributions that are heralded in the yearbooks and Snapper pages.  We enjoyed sharing  memories from their days at the helm and the positive impact, the legacy these principals have left.
    The halls of KWHS have been the place of academic accomplishments, athletic feats, artistic creations, and proud displays of work.  The walls have seen joy, laughter, struggles, fear, tears, elation, and the sounds of kids growing and working together.  As a community school, it is at the heart of the city – a place of pride, an element of change and most of all, the builder of our future.  The saying goes, it takes a village to raise a child, and that is evident in Key West as families and friends are tightly woven together in a tapestry of all shades and diversities that come together to support the students that enter our doors.  When a person takes on the leadership of such a great place, it comes with a tremendous amount of responsibility and it takes time and dedication every day, not just when the school bells ring.  To become a Key West High School principal means that you are ready to carry on the torch passed on to you to ensure that every student has the opportunity to be the best they can be and that each staff member and parent knows that they are an integral part of the educational success.  Every family becomes a principals family in some way and as such, their own often play the supporting role to allow the principal to put in the long days, attend the many events and ensure that learning is the top priority while managing the daily operations.  It is a position that does come with challenges, but the successes – the growth and achievement, the light that shines in the students eyes make it worthwhile.

 
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Yearbooks for Sale

Are you a Key West High School alumni?  Did you lose your yearbook to a storm or in travels?  If so, we may have that special memory book!  The Conch, our school yearbook, has several extra additions dating back to the early 1940's.  They are on sale for $50.00 plus shipping.  If you would like to see if your graduation year is available, please email Fleasher.Hall@keysschools.com or call 305-293-1549.  If it is in our archives, we can get one out to you right away so you can relive your fabulous days of Conch Pride!
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Welcome to Key West High School, a school of diverse opportunities with high expectations where we strive for students to be the best they can be personally, academically, athletically and socially.
 
MISSION STATEMENT
To empower all students to maximize their potential and prepare them with the skills and experiences necessary to be college or career ready and to develop those character traits that will enable them to be productive members of society.
                                              
SCHOOL BELIEFS
We focus on R2D2: Respect, Responsibility, Dedication, Determination
·        Students are our priority and their learning opportunities are the central focus.
·        All students have the right to a safe and drug-free learning environment.
·        Parents, community members, agencies and the school work collaboratively to provide the support needed for each child to experience success.
·        Relationships are strengthened and perspectives are broadened thorough diversity and equity.
·        Teachers and administrators are leaders and innovators whose primary responsibility is to engage students in high quality learning experiences that result in student achievement.
 
     CONCH PRIDE - Perseverance Respect Integrity Dedication Excellence
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