Kingston High School
is a comprehensive four-year school with an enrollment of approximately 2400 students and staff located on Broadway in Kingston, New York
. KHS is accredited by the Middle States Association of Colleges and Schools
and the Board of Regents, State University of New York.
The school is made up of five buildings, many of them connected with pedestrian bridges. The Main building, which was the original high school building, contains many of the faculty and administration offices. The majority of English and History classes are taught in the Main building. The auditorium and theatrical stage are also located here. Off of the Main building is the Kate Walton Field House which contains the high school's gym and pool. On the other side is the Whiston (science) building, which is where many science classes and labs are located. Two cafeterias, a library and the KHS-TV studio are in the Salzmann building directly behind the Main building. The fifth building is the MJM building, which was originally the junior high school, now houses the auxiliary gymnasium and classrooms. The school was founded in 1915, at its current location.
Kingston High School's Tiger sports program is highly active, featuring many different school-funded activities and even a few monetarily self-sufficient activities. Kingston's team members can be identified by their maroon, gold, and white colors. Among the sporting activities sponsored by the school are football, swimming and diving, tennis, soccer, indoor and outdoor track and field, cross-country, golf, lacrosse, field hockey, soccer, basketball, baseball, softball, volleyball, and wrestling. Other sports, including rugby, operate semi-independently as a club within the school without varsity program funding.
- Todd Wells Graduated in 1994 - USA Oylmpic Athlete & 2-time USA Cycling Cyclocross National Champion
- Dr. Jennifer Delora - Actress, professor, Deaf Culture celebrity