Photo Gallery

  • Christy Brown's English 11 classes have been working on drama devices and vocabulary in the Shakespeare play, "A Midsummer Night's Dream".

  • King's Fork is gearing up for SOL season with four themed weeks representing the content areas.  Week 1 was dedicated to English.

  • Today, April 18th,  was the Annual Kings Fork Junior Day. There was an assembly this morning where three of our Bulldog Alumni returned to speak on their paths after high school. During the lunch shifts, there was a college and career fair of course open to all grade levels. This event is a kickoff to the junior class to get them "pepped" and "prepped" for their upcoming senior year! The speakers this year were Ashley Teal (C/O 2012), Zachary Johnson (C/O 2012) and Amaya Allen (C/O 2022).  Many thanks to all of the colleges and universities represented as well as the Suffolk Fire Dept. and Newport News Shipbuilding.


  • Spring Spirit Week!

  • Ms. Boone's African American Studies Classes participated in a HBCU/Divine Nine and Social Club Scavenger Hunt with the KFHS faculty and staff and a great time was had by all.

  • Representatives from each of the three Suffolk high schools visited the General Assembly on March 1st.  King's Fork took five students. They were able to tour the capital and visit the Chamber while the Assembly was in session.  They were even introduced to the Assembly by Delegate Nadarius Clark.  Delegate Clark is a graduate of I.C. Norcom High School in Portsmouth and Virginia Union University in Richmond. Photo Credit: Trey J. Styles


  • The King's Fork Model United Nations Team represented the countries of China, Iran, and Bolivia at the 47th Old Dominion University Model United Nations Conference. Seventeen students attended the conference from KFHS. They prepared diligently and showcased and applied the work they've done in front of schools from all across the state of Virginia and beyond.  Photo Credit: Trey J. Styles

  • The King's Fork HS Symphonic Band had the opportunity to visit the campus of Virginia State University to perform in their 2nd Annual Concert Band Pre-Assessment event. The band got to perform music they are preparing for the 2024 District 4 Concert Band assessment, and receive feedback and support from VSU professors including Dr. Sam Rowley, Director of Wind bands and Chair of the Department of Music, Dr. Lamon Lawhorn, Director of Percussion Studies, and Dr. Taylor Whitehead, director of Marching and Pep Bands at VSU. The band even received an on stage visit from the President of Virginia State, Dr. Makola Abdullah. To find out how to be part of this award winning organization please reach out to Mr. Bradley. 

  • Friday February 2nd Mme Havlin's KFHS French students celebrated French groundhog day with the traditional meal of round, golden crêpes or thin pancakes with various toppings.  The French, like Americans, use this day to reflect on the passing of winter and look forward to upcoming spring warm weather and sun.  For good luck and prosperity they flip a crêpe, catching it.  

  • HBCU Band Recruitment Event

  • The IB CAS/TOK courses collaborated with Mr Riddick's agriculture class to talk about respectful disagreement and healthy change.  Mr. Riddick was a guest speaker who addressed the group about facing adversity and succeeding in bringing systemic change to an organization.  The students worked in small, mixed groups, using a graphic organizer (about vision, strengths/allies, opportunities/dreams and obstacles to overcome) to have both structured (protocols) and unstructured conversation about succeeding in achieving their goal of a more perfect school.  They made connections with club leaders and others with similar visions, and took risks expressing their opinions in an unfamiliar group.
    Many thanks to Mr. Riddick for his example and his wisdom.

  • The Holiday Door Decorating Contest was a fun diversion the week before winter break.  The students were showing off their creativity!

  • Students in Ms Rhodes' Art 1 class are creating works of art for the Sister Cities Art Show/Contest. Students were given the theme "Climate Scape: Resilient Cities for Tomorrow's Climate" and then had to create a 2D project based on the theme. They explored climate change and researched how cities are trying to combat its effects. They then brainstormed what they could create for their project piece and went to work with their choice of materials.


  • On November 29, 2023 select Art students participated in a visiting artist workshop taught by Virginia Museum of Fine Art artist Leigh Anne Chambers. This workshop was sponsored by the Suffolk Art League, which supports art education within the City of Suffolk. Students talked about the elements and principles of art and learned abstract painting techniques, then put them into action to create adventurous artworks. The event culminated in a critique where students discussed their inspirations, challenges, and successes, and peers provided feedback and encouragement for future artmaking.

  • Students in Theatre I working on inspo/mood boards for their Tech Theatre projects. Each group had to pick a unique theme or concept for the play "Alice in wonderland" and then create a poster that takes inspiration from that theme.

  • Students have been making inferences in Mrs. Brown's English class this week, and they worked on a murder mystery today. They worked in groups looking at clues and making inferences to solve the mystery. Each member of the group had a different task: some kept track of character details, some managed the timeline, and some identified red herrings in the clues. They then had to bring their information together and discuss to solve the mystery.

  • Boys Basketball Decades Verzus Battle

    Each year, Coach Hite challenges his team to learn how to become comfortable in uncomfortable situations using their creativity and working together.  This year they had to perform hit songs throughout each decade.  They performed for several staff and students just before going home for Thanksgiving break.  Songs included: Deuces, by Chris Brown; Hard to Say Goodbye, by Boyz II Men; It's Going Down, by Yung Joc; In My Bed SoSo Remix, by Dru Hill; Only You Remix, by 112; Where The Party At Remix, by Jagged Edge, I Want It That Way, by Backstreet Boys; and Candy Girl, by New Edition.  Group 1 performers: Zekhi Darden, Carter Bullock, Nyshon Claude, Allen Davis, Jaidyn Rosario, Kairan Holliman, & Janiya Mays.  Group 2 performers: Dashawn Lucas, Elijah Walker, Adarius Boston, Jereiah Morris, Zyon McGlone, Melvin Wofford, Jr., & Janasia Riddick.

  • KFHS French students traveled to Norfolk to experience francophone art and cuisine.  With a guided tour and art making session at the Chrysler Museum, students also took in the vibrant street art of the Neon District and enjoyed a croissant and lunch while meeting the bakery owner of La Brioche Bakery on Granby Street. It was a first for many, but certainly not the last!

Oceanography Field Trip to VA Beach

  • On October 19th, KFHS Oceanography students went to Little Island Park in Virginia Beach.  Students participated in a 'meaningful watershed experience' in which they rotated through six stations that included:  1) Taking a seine net in the water to collect animal samples; 2) Measuring the change in the beach elevation to create a profile of the beach; 3) Analyzing sand samples from different parts of the beach; 4) Observing density and changes in vegetation in the beach environment; 5) Recording wave and weather measurements; and 6) Studing the water quality.   Samples and data collected on the trip will be used for further analysis in subsequent classroom lessons and activities.

  • The US Army TRADOC Band performed for the Fine & Performing Arts students today.  Enjoy this small sample of what the students experienced.

  • King's Fork HS Band Results at The G-Force Band band competition: 
    1st Place AAA Majorettes, Dance, Flags, Drum Major, Percussion, Overall Band, and ... Grand Champion for the Highest Scoring Band at the event. 
     This is the band's 6th Straight Grand Champion award dating back to the 2021 Marching Season. Congratulations to the staff, volunteers and students of the KFHS band. Please come support the students at the Heritage HS "King of the Peninsula" Band competition next week.