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Krum High School

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About KHS

Krum High School

700 Bobcat Blvd.

Krum, TX  76249


About Us

Krum High School has a rich tradition of excellence in academics, athletics, fine arts, and extracurricular programs.  Krum High School is proud to be the home to five State Champion Basketball Teams, three State Champion Cross Country Teams, the 2017 UIL 4A State Softball Champion Team, four State Champion FFA Agriscience Fair Teams, and two National Champion FFA Agriscience Fair Teams. 

Krum High School is home to 634 students in grades 9-12, residing in Krum ISD in Denton County. The school is designated as a UIL 4A high school.  KHS serves students through an 8 period day. Students are required to obtain 27 credits on the Foundation with an Endorsement plan. Students on the Foundation plan are also working to receive a Distinguished Level of Achievement. With 8 class periods, KHS students have numerous opportunities to receive multiple endorsements.

To best serve the students, KHS has two assistant principals and two counselors. Each assistant principal is paired with a counselor and assigned an alphabet group of students. KHS offers an opportunity for all students to attend tutorials before school and after school; in addition to a bell schedule that includes an enrichment period (WIN Time) that allows time for targeted instruction.  We are very fortunate to have student centered educators who believe in children and want each child to have the very best educational experience.  

The Krum community and families are highly involved in our school.  Community involvement is witnessed at school events, through attendance at KHS events, financial support, and guest speaker/volunteer opportunities.  Parental involvement is evidenced by active involvement within respective booster clubs, PTO, various student organizations, and after school events. Parents are encouraged to play an active role in their student's secondary educational experience.  

Mission Statement

Krum ISD’s mission is to create a collaborative atmosphere with parents, students, and members of the community in order to ensure students will reach their full potential by providing every child with an exceptional education. We will strive to prepare our students academically and socially to embrace their future challenges, as well as ignite the desire to be lifelong learners, by providing a safe, respectful and positive learning environment.


Our vision is to be an exceptional high school committed to preparing all students to be socially responsible lifelong learners, ready for college and/or a career in a globally competitive world.

We believe...

  • All students have the capacity to learn and achieve and are expected to succeed.
  • We are responsible and accountable for results and must lead by example.
  • We respect individual differences and believe that each individual has inherent worth.
  • We are transparent and honest in all our interactions with students, parents, staff, and the community.
  • We attract and retain the most qualified, committed, accountable and highly productive employees.
  • We are committed to providing excellent educational opportunities and access for students in a fiscally responsible manner.


Krum High School is a sanctuary for learning.  In order to provide a safe learning environment, all visitors are required to check-in with the front office and obtain a visitor's badge.  Teachers are available to meet with parents during their conference period, or during a non-instructional time.  If you need assistance in scheduling a teacher conference, please do not hesitate to contact the front office.  Thank you for your assistance in providing a safe environment for all learners.

Campus Start & Dismissal Times

8:00 a.m. - 3:40 p.m.

Early Release: 12:00 pm

Campus News

As partners in your student's education, it is our desire to keep the lines of communication open. We utilize several communication tools via the district website, Facebook, School Messenger, and Twitter; in addition to monthly publications.  If you ever have any questions, concerns, or compliments, please feel free to call or email.  


Notice Regarding Ability to Refuse Entry or Eject Certain Persons and Appeals Process

Texas Education Code 37.105 requires a school district to post the district's policy regarding refusing entry or ejecting certain persons from district property, and the process for an appeal of this action by the persons. 

Location: KISD Policy Online