King Philip is a regional secondary school district serving the towns of Norfolk, Plainville and Wrentham Massachusetts. It is located in the southeast part of the state with easy access to Interstate 95 and 495.
The middle school (grades seven and eight) has about 850 students.
The four-year high school has about 1200 students.
The vision of the King Philip Regional School District extends our student-focused mission into a commitment to excellence. Our vision is that students reach their highest potential and are well prepared for the future because of a consistent set of 21st century standards and high expectations for teaching and learning. Teachers, administration, and staff work together as a professional team whose collective priority is the students’ education. King Philip Regional Middle and High Schools are a hub, in a community of learners that extends from pre-K to higher education and career. The KP community understands and embraces the district’s expectations and results. The district is widely recognized for excellence and as a model for educational leadership.
Our mission is to foster an educational community where students come first and every child has the opportunity to achieve to his or her fullest potential. This will be accomplished by embracing the values of respect, individual and collective responsibility, creativity, and enthusiasm for learning. We will ensure a caring and supportive environment that balances academic rigor with the development of character and a strong sense of self.