View of Kings Valley and Marys Peak
Students standing in field spelling out letters KVCS
Soaring Bald Eagle Photograph
KVCS Soaring Eagle Logo
Kings Valley Charter School Building Photo

Welcome!

Kings Valley Charter School provides a rural, community-based education tailored to the individual needs and interests of each child, emphasizing the involvement of parents and the community.

 

The goal of the Kings Valley Charter School is to achieve academic excellence for all students through an individualized program. The environment at Kings Valley Charter School is designed to promote self-motivation, responsibility, and a positive attitude.

 


 

Congratulations to the

STATE CHAMPIONS

Philomath/Kings Valley

Boys 4A Cross Country Team!

News article and more photos


 

 

Congratulations to Mrs. Sprague who was named Rosetta Stone's Teacher of the Month for November! 

Read about it HERE. 

 

 


 

Students in the KVCS garden

Congratulations to Ms. Siegel and our gardening program, which was awarded a grant for fencing from the

Philomath Community Foundation

and was featured in their June Annual Report! 

Read about it here.

Preschool & Elementary

Middle


 

School Information

 

All grades begin school at 8:15am

Elementary School ends at 3:00pm Monday-Thursday

Middle/High ends at 3:05pm Monday-Thursday

Friday is Early Release - Middle/High ends at 1:30pm; Elementary ends at 1:35pm.

 

Email Attendance: attendance@kvschool.org 

Salmon are hatching!  Observe their stages of development outside Ms. Zaback's classroom.  This photo is from Tues. Nov. 12- they hatched over the long weekend. 

Newly hatched salmon babies in aquarium outside 4/5 classroom

 

Wood Sign with tree and sun: Kings Valley School Established in 1848

 

Student-Painted Mural includes school bus, eagle, covered bridge, mountain

Mural painted by KVCS graduate Drew Ellingson

Kings Valley Charter School does not discriminate on the basis of age, citizenship, color, disability, gender expression, gender identity, national origin, parental or marital status, race, religion, sex, or sexual orientation in its programs and activities.