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KUHS is proud to be recognized as an AVID high school, a high school that has proven achievement and creates lifelong advantages for our students. Our fine and performing arts programs are second to none. KUHS offers a Liberal Arts Academy with OIT where students can earn up to 18 college credits before they graduate high school! We are also partnering with KCC to offer a KU/KCC Career Pathways program where students can take classes at KCC in Computer Technology, Digital Media Design, Emergency Response Operations, Auto-Diesel Technology and Welding. In some of the pathways, student can be certified before they graduate high school! KUHS continues to be strong with exceptional programs in business..

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ASPIRE - What is it? Access to Student assistance Programs In Reach of Everyone

ASPIRE is a mentoring program that matches trained and supportive adult volunteer mentors with middle and high school students to develop a plan to help them meet their education goals beyond high school.

The KUHS ASPIRE Mentors are available to help all students with Career Information and Research, Registering for the SAT and ACT exams, Registering for a FAFSA Pin and FAFSA applications, College Research, College Scholarship Applications, and much more. They are available at the times below or sign-up in the Red Room/ASPIRE Room to set up an appointment.

All Seniors are matched-up with a Mentor at the beginning of the School Year. If you haven't met with your Mentor yet, visit and introduce yourself!

Tuesday: 7:30-9:20am

Thursday: 8:30-11:30am

Friday: 11:30am-4pm (Sometimes before 11am)

For Seniors: Please check in the Red Room/ASPIRE Room and/or the Counselor's Blog for many College Scholarship Applications that the Counselors have recently posted. The scholarship notices will show eligibility requirements, amounts being awarded and deadlines for submissions.ASPIRE Mentors are there to help.