Current News and Announcements
  • Upcoming Events

    Check the School Calendar for all activities and events

    April 16 - "Let's celebrate Spring" Pancake breakfast for students

    April 16 - Annual Spring Showcase Concert 7 pm, local school bands and choirs

    April 17 - Grad Fees due $110 ($130 after April 21)

    April 17 - Mid-term Report Cards Issued

    April 24 - Grad Rings on display, Jostens

    April 24 - Parent Teacher Evening Sessions, by appointment

    April 25 - Inservice, no school for Students

    April 25 - Parent Teacher Afternoon sessions, by appointment

    April 29 - Turkey Dinner, Kingston Lions Hall - Donations/Volunteers needed

    May 7 - Post Secondary Student Financial Assistance Info Session 6 pm

    May 8 - Dance 7 pm

    May 13 - WK Band Spring Concert, 7 pm

    May 14 - Early Dismissal 11 am



    Fundraising Activities

    March 25- April 8 - Rugby Team - Easter Basket Raffle, value $150.  Tickets also available at the office.

    April 29 - TADD Turkey Dinner - Kingston Lions Hall 4:30 - 6:00 pm


  • TADD Turkey Dinner - Volunteers and Donations Needed

    The TADD Safe Grad Committee will be holding a turkey dinner fundraiser.

    Tuesday, April 29 from 4:30 - 6:00 pm.

    Kingston Lions Hall

    Freewill Offering (Scotiabank will match monetary donations)


    Grads and their families are asked to support the dinner with food donations and volunteer time.  Volunteers will be required for 90 minute shifts throughout the day.  The menu is turkey, vegetables, rolls, cranberries, coleslaw, and apple crisp with ice cream.  Please contact the school to offer your support (stacy.abriel@avrsb.ca or 847-4440).


    If every family offers a little the impact will be HUGE!  Let's celebrate the Class of 2014!

  • Youth Exchange Opportunity to USA

    The Youth Ambassadors Program with Canada is a three week exchange designed for Canadians to go to the U.S.A.  Conducted in the English language, the program brings together high school students and adult mentors from Canada to promote mutual understanding, increase leadership skills, and prepare youth to make a difference in their communities.  Program themes include: civic education, community service, youth leadership development and entrepreneurship.

  • Funding to be Active - KidSport and Jump Start

    KidSport and Jump Start are two local programs that provide funding for youth to be involved in physical activity.

    ie: summer soccer, dance club, swimming lessons


    Applications have been provided at the bottom of the page. 


  • Skateboards

    Skateboarding offers a great way to get fresh air and physical activity during the lunch break. Students are permitted to skateboard on school property providing:

    1. Protective equipment is used, a helmet is mandatory

    2. Skateboards are tranported on the school bus according to Transportation regulations

  • Earn Extra Credits on your Transcript

    Did you know that training you complete outside of school may count on your high school transcript? 

    Have you completed training with Cadets, Lifesaving, Dance, 4H or Equestrian?

    Personal Development Credits count as one elective on your transcript and extras will be recorded. 

    See the Information Guide and the current list of approved training below.


"Semper Ad Summum" - Always to the Highest



West Kings is a Peanut Sensitive School

Documents and Forms    Annapolis Valley Regional Library Online home work
   How to Fight the Flu
   Personal Developement Credits - Information Guide for Students and Parents
   Personal Developement Credits - List of Approved Providers
   Sr High Mathematics Pathways
   KidSport Application
   Jump Start Application