King City High School

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King City High School
KingCityHS-RobertStantonTheater.jpg
Robert Stanton Theater at King City High School
Location
720 Broadway
King City CA 93930

United States
Coordinates36°12′33″N 121°08′01″W / 36.20907°N 121.13371°W / 36.20907; -121.13371Coordinates: 36°12′33″N 121°08′01″W / 36.20907°N 121.13371°W / 36.20907; -121.13371
Information
TypePublic 4-year
Established1911
School districtSouth Monterey County Joint Union High School District
Enrollment1,034 (2016–17)[1]
Color(s)Royal Blue, White, Silver and Grey
Athletics
Athletics conferenceMission Trail Athletic League
MascotMustang
Website

King City High School is a high school in King City, California, in the United States. It is administered by the South Monterey County Joint Union High School District. The school's auditorium is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.[2]

Curriculum[edit]

King City High School offers classes such as:

King City FFA Chapter[edit]

King City High School is also a member of the National FFA Organization and its chapter is currently ranked 3rd in the state of California and has been part of the school and its curriculum since 1929. The chapter has a long legacy of achievements such as being one of the first FFA Chapters in the United States to allow women in the organization and having the most proficiency award winners and state degree recipients in the state of California in 2016. The King City FFA Chapter also offers a wide variety of courses such as:

Notable alumni[edit]

  • Warren Church graduated 1947 - served as a Monterey County Board of Supervisor from 1965-1977 - the Father of the Monterey County parks system

References[edit]

  1. ^ "King City High". National Center for Education Statistics. Retrieved February 24, 2019.
  2. ^ Whitney, Catherine (August 18, 1990). "National Register of Historic Places Registration Form: King City Joint Union High School Auditorium". National Park Service. Retrieved 9 May 2012.

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