Kubasaki HS

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Principal's Corner

Welcome to Kubasaki High School, Home of the Dragons! We are the oldest school in DoDDS Pacific, having opened our doors on September 15, 1946. We have a long history of both academic and athletic achievement. In 2012-2013, 37% of our graduates had passed (scored a 3 or higher) on at least one Advanced Placement exam. Also in 2012-2013, we added 5 Far East banners to our collection, bringing the total number of athletic championships to 57 -- the most in the Pacific. Our students have made us very proud over the last six decades, and our current students continue to make us proud today. Our students go on to many different universities across the United States as well as going directly into the world of work. We especially take pride in our Kubasaki graduates who continue to serve as active duty members of our Armed Forces.

The purpose of Kubasaki High School is to prepare every student for success in college, career, and life. Our goal is to assist our students in acquiring the tools and knowledge necessary for them to be successful in our ever expanding world. We believe that the purpose of education is to foster the development of the whole child. To that end, we strive to put systems and processes in place to facilitate student growth in all dimensions of wellness. Maximizing wellness builds the necessary resiliency to withstand life's trials and tribulations and keep moving forward in the face of adversity.

One of our greatest sources of pride is the quality of our Student Body. Kubasaki Students are selfless young men and women who are proficient at adapting to new environments and cultures. As such, they gladly welcome newcomers, and assist them through the transition to KBHS. At Kubasaki, you are only new for a short time, but you are part of the family forever. Welcome to your new home. Go Dragons!

Angela Butler
Kubasaki High School


Angela Bulter 2014-15 Principal

Angela Butler


Phone: 645-4876