School Profile

2018-19 1558 381
2017-18 1587 406
2016-17 1534 348
2015-16 1477 354
2014-15 1458 377

School Schedule

Kimberly High School is a Block Scheduled High School. One-credit courses are completed in an 18-week semester. Two semesters are offered each school year. Freshmen and Sophomores must enroll in 8 credits, Juniors in 7.5 credits, and Seniors may choose 7 credits.

School Staff

  • Certified Teaching Staff: 109
  • Guidance Counselors: 4

Grade Values

Values for Grades
A+ = 4.0 B- = 2.67
A = 4.0 C+ = 2.33
A- = 3.67 C = 2.00
B+ = 3.33 D = 1.00
B = 3.00 F = 0.00

C- & D+ have been discontinued since 2001

Graduation Requirements

28 Total Credits

  • 5 credits of English
  • 3 credits of Social Studies
  • 3 credits of Science
  • 3 credits of Mathematics
  • 2 credits of Physical Education
  • .5 credit of Health
  • .5 credit of Personal Finance
  • 11 credits of Electives

ACT Composite Average Score

Class of 2013: 23.0

Percent Tested: 72.7%

Post-Secondary Plan for 2010 Graduates:

Plan Percent of Graduates
Four Year College 60.7%
Two Year College 32.34%
Military 3.3%
Employment 8.91%
Job Training 2.31%
Other 2.31%


Kimberly High School offers a comprehensive curriculum that includes numerous advanced and accelerated courses.

  • Advanced Placement (AP) courses: Art History;  Biology ;Calculus AB;  Calculus BC; Chemistry; English Literature and Composition; English Language and Composition Environmental Science; European History; Human Geography; Macroeconomics; Microeconomics; Music Theory; Physics B; Psychology; Statistics; U.S. History; U.S. Government & Politics
  • Cooperative Academic Partnership Program (CAPP) Conducted in conjunction with UW-Oshkosh: Spanish 312 and Pre-Calculus
  • CLEP courses: Accounting 2, Marketing 3, Business Law and Principles of Management
  • Articulated Courses offered in conjunction with Fox Valley Technical College: Accounting I, Programming in C++, Marketing II, Interior Design and Landscaping, Health Occupations, Psychology, Sociology, Java Programming, Cisco Routing, Advanced Computer Repair,
  • Youth Options courses are available through Fox Valley Technical College, NE Wisconsin Technical College, UW-Fox Valley, and Lawrence University

Method of Computing Grade Point Average and Rank in Class for Student Transcripts

Effective with 2007-08 we utilize grade indexing of a student's grade point average (GPA) this  involves adding .025 to the student's cumulative GPA for each term a student is enrolled in an identified class.

The following courses will be indexed:  

  • All Advanced Placement (AP) Courses
  • All UW-Oshkosh Cooperative Academic Partnership Program (CAPP) Courses
  • All College Level Examination Program (CLEP) Courses
  • Honors French 5
  • Honors Spanish 5
  • Honors English 9
  • Honors English 10
  • Honors American Studies
  • Youth Options Courses that require the completion of one of the above courses as a prerequisite may be indexed if approved in advance by the high school principal.

Advanced Placement Tests

In May of 2014, Kimberly High School students completed 651 Advanced Placement (AP) Examinations in fourteen different subject areas. 83.3% of the scores were a three or higher.