Ketchikan High School

Educating and empowering students to be leaders, critical thinkers, and problem solvers.


  • This week at Kayhi 1-23-22

    Kayhi will be operating at HIGH risk.

    Please note: Under high risk, masks are required in the Kayhi building.

    Map Testing - all grades

    Tuesday, January 25: Language

    Wednesday, January 26: Math

    Thursday, January 27: Reading



    Debate @ Sitka - Regional Meet

    Girls Basketball vs Thunder Mountain 4:00/5:30/7:15


    Debate @ Sitka - Regional Meet

    Girls Basketball vs Thunder Mountain 10:00/11:30/1:15

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  • Purchase Tickets Here

    Tickets on Sale Now. Lady Kings vs Thunder Mountain General Admission only available online. Clink link above for tickets

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  • Parent input on principal evaluation. Use link below to access form. Return form to white cliff building or

    Input form - CLICK HERE

    The deadline to turn in completed forms is February 1st, 2022.

    Please email ( or call 907-247-2113 with any questions or inquiries.

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  • Senior Auction Online Bidding (look for link day of) limited seats sold at door; Saturday January 29, 2022 begins at 6pm

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  • Tickets only available HERE

    February 12 @ 7pm in the auditorium - Alaska Nets Movie $20 per ticket chance to win 2 round-trip tickets on Alaska Airlines

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  • 2021 Kayhi Basketball Season Passes for Sale General Admission Only Click on image to purchase season passes

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  • Kayhi Activities Department welcomes Kevin Johnson, Beth Sandefur, and Eric Stockhausen as 2021-2022 Acting Activity Director

    All phone calls and emails should be directed to

    Jenny Dupre - Activities Administrative Assistant

    (907) 228 - 0447


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  • Kayhi Facemasks are on sale in the front office for $5 each.

    Kayhi facemasks are here! $5.00 each; purchase yours in the Kayhi office!

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COVID-19 Info


    Social Distancing

    Social Distancing

    Social distancing, also called “physical distancing,” means keeping a safe space between yourself and other people who are not from your household. To practice social or physical distancing, stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms' length) from other people who are not from your household in both indoor and outdoor spaces.






    • Group gatherings
    • Sporting events
    • Sleep overs
    • Retail store
    • Mass transit systems
    • Non-essential workers in the home
    • Gyms
    • Malls
    • Playdates
    • Concerts
    • Traveling
    • Parks
    • Grocery stores
    • Picking up up take-out
    • Picking up medications
    • Take a walk
    • Go for a hike
    • Yard work
    • Play outside
    • Read a book
    • Listen to music
    • Cook a meal
    • Clean house
    • Facetime
    • Phone calls
    • Play a game
    • Group video chats
    • Stream a movie