Measure E is a general obligation (GO) bond measure on the November 8, 2022, general election ballot. If approved by 55% of the votes cast, it will result in an extension of the current tax rate to authorize $160 million to make critical renovations and improve schools and classrooms throughout the Kern High School District.
In the latest KHSD Weekly Wrap-Up, we take you to the Kern County Fair, where students showcase their talents and hard work. Plus, students suit up to honor the 343 firefighters who tragically lost their lives trying to save lives on 9/11.
The latest KHSD Weekly Wrap-Up highlights the inaugural Youth Entrepreneurship Education Summit, National Merit Scholarship Semifinalists, Hispanic Heritage Month, and Trojans serving positivity during lunch.
In the latest KHSD Weekly Wrap-Up, we highlight September 11 remembrance ceremonies; Kern County College Night returns; KHSD celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month; schools, students, and staff receive special recognitions.
The mission of the Kern High School District is to provide programs and services to allow ALL students to graduate from high school prepared to succeed in the workplace and at the post-secondary level.
KHSD's commitment to CTE from 2015 to 2018 has resulted in: • A 60% growth in the number of program offerings at our premier CTE capstone campus (Regional Occupational Center) • New and varied CTE offerings at our 18 comprehensive sites • New and dynamic partnerships with local industry partners