Department of Defense Education Activity

Far East Activities & Athletics

Some of our athletics and activities are Far East events, which means that they there is a culminating area wide championship for athletics that mimics a state championship. Far East Activities are support curriculum and offer area wide available throughout the year that range from art, drama and music to math, language and film/entertainment. For more information on how to sign up for a Far East Activity or for descriptions and histories of Far East sports visit the DoDEA Pacific Area Office's Far East pages.

DoDEA Policy

  • It is DoDEA policy that students have the "right to a public education of high quality, including the opportunity to participate in activities," in accordance with Executive Order 1342.12, "without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, disability, religion, age, sexual orientation, or status as a parent." (DoDEA Al 2051.02, Section 4.a.l.,p.2.)
  • "It is DoDEA policy that a student with disability, or who has a record of a disability, or is regarded as having a disability, shall not be excluded from participating in, or be denied the benefits of, any DoDEA education program, or activity; or be subjected to discrimination based solely on a disability." (DoDEA Al 2500.14,Section 4.a.,p.2.)

Cobra Sports

Welcome to the home of the Cobras!  King HS values sportsmanship and our athletic staff uphold ethical and moral standards and demand the same from our student athletes.

EJ King High School participates in both interscholastic and Far East sports and follow all rules and policies accordingly.

Athletic Eligibility

Eligibility Rules for Interscholastic Athletic Competitions
School administrators, athletic directors, and coaches shall ensure that the eligibility rules are observed in all DoDDS interscholastic athletic competitions in accordance with in DoDEA Manual 2740.1 and the Procedural Guide for Far East Academic and Interscholastic Athletic Programs (2018):
  • Participation in extracurricular activities requires students in Grades 9-12 to maintain academic eligibility. Eligibility reports are run on Tuesdays no earlier than the completion of the school day. Eligibility will go into effect from Wednesday morning to the following Wednesday morning using District and School protocols. Students must have a 2.0 grade point average and have no more than one F to be academically eligible.
  • Academic eligibility checks will start each school year on the third Tuesday of the first quarter of the school year.
  • Principal will remove a student who is academically ineligible for three consecutive weeks.
  • An ineligible student may not practice, try out for a sport, or participate in games or academic event preparation sessions during the period of ineligibility which extends to the next weekly academic check. Ineligible student-athletes will not be in uniform for games or travel with the team to games. They can sit in the spectator area but will not be affiliated with the team during the competition.

Student Clubs & Organizations

Students share their talents and interests by participating in student clubs and organizations. Whether it's doing something they love, learning something new, or supporting a favorite cause, student clubs and organizations offer an abundance of opportunities for personal growth, friendship, and fun.



Middle School Student Council Activities

Carol Cizek

National Junior Honor Society     

Debra Jenkins


Christopher O'mara


Chess Club

Jeffrey Brundage

Student 2 Student/Be the Change

Jade Holley

AVID Coordinator

Donna Jackson

PEP Band/Drum Line

Paul Lewis

Mock Trial

Francine Locker


Kevin McGrath

Saturday Homework Club

Quintin Geier

Art Club

Suzanne Sperl

High School National Honor Society      

Robin Reed


Erin Arocho

Drama Club

Jeffrey Brundage

Cobra Cafe

Donna Jackson

High School Student Council

Erin Arocho

Yearbook Club

Todd Chen

Pokemon Club

William Arnot 

Journalism/Newspaper Club

Gary Andrews