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Fort Knox HS

Background Information: Fort Knox High School, dedicated in 1959, serves military students in grades 9 –12 who reside on Fort Knox Army Post.

FKHS offers a comprehensive program through a wide variety of courses, including: 

  • Special Education
  • Advanced Placement
  • Professional Technical Studies
  • Foreign languages (Spanish and French)
  • Fine Arts
  • Career Practicum

An exceptional Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps Program (JROTC), centering on leadership and communication skills, helping students to become better citizens of the United States has been designated an honor unit with distinction for decades. More than 34% of the students at FKHS take JROTC.

Athletic programs are competitive, with wrestling, weight lifting, cross-country, and track state championship awards highlighting an extensive trophy case.

Thomas McAdamsMcAdams Stadium

Our football field, McAdams Stadium is named after Captain Thomas McAdams, a former graduate of Fort Knox High school. Captain McAdams served in the United States Army and was killed in action in 1969 in Vietnam.

Partners

Our Partners in Education (PIE), supports the school's vision and mission in multiple ways with their time and expertise. Our school is officially sponsored by the Cadet Command, located here on Fort Knox.

Points of Pride

  • Sports program (Participates in KHSAA, 17th District, 5th Region)
  • The Class of 2016 was awarded with over 2.7 million dollars in scholarship funds.
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Ft. Knox MHS

Grades: 7 - 12

Enrollment: 625

Teacher/Student Ratio: 1:20

Computer/Student Ratio: 1:1

Vision Statement 

Every teacher leads, every student succeeds, every graduate ready for college, career, and life. 

Mission Statement 

Educate, Engage, and Empower Each student to succeed in a dynamic world. 

Mascot: Eagles

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Ft. Knox MHS Colors

Primary Color: #FFCC33

Secondary Color: #336633

Mathematics Goals 

  • 70% of the students in 7th grade will meet expectations on the SY 21-22 Americas End-of-Year Edulastic Math Assessment. 

  • The percent of students in grade 8 math scoring Meets and Exceeds in subclaim: Express Math Reasoning will increase from 30% in SY 20-21 to 36% in SY 22-23 as measured by the CCRSM Summative Assessment. 

  • The percent of students in Algebra I scoring Meets and Exceeds in subclaim: Express Math Reasoning will increase from 19% in SY 20-21 to 25% in SY 22-23 as measured by the CCRSM Summative Assessment. 

  • The percent of students in Geometry scoring Meets and Exceeds in subclaim: Express Math Reasoning will increase from 19% in SY 20-21 to 25% in SY 22-23 as measured by the CCRSM Summative Assessment. 

  • The percent of students in Algebra II scoring Meets and Exceeds in subclaim: Express Math Reasoning will increase from 23% in SY 20-21 to 26% in SY 22-23 as measured by the CCRSM Summative Assessment. 

Literacy Goal

  • The percent of students in grade 7 Literacy scoring Meets and Exceeds in subclaim 4: Written Expression will increase from 38% in SY 20-21 to 44% in SY 22-23 as measured by the CCRSL Summative Assessment. 

  • The percent of students in grade 8 Literacy scoring Meets and Exceeds in subclaim 4: Written Expression will increase from 47% in SY 20-21 to 53% in SY 22-23 as measured by the CCRSL Summative Assessment. 

  • The percent of students in grade 10 Literacy scoring Meets and Exceeds in subclaim 4: Written Expression will increase from 40% in SY 20-21 to 46% in SY 22-23 as measured by the CCRSL Summative Assessment.


Ft. Knox MHS

School Address
266 Maine Street Bldg 7501
Fort Knox, KY 40121-6812
Phone: 502-624-7030
Fax: 502-624-6171