District Highlights
A Collage of KPBSD Graduates Profile Public School Success and Inspiration
Kenai Peninsula Borough School District graduates are creative problem-solvers, neighbors, business owners, teachers, parents, volunteers, innovators, doctors, and more. Your school district is a positive investment and validates its vision to, “inspire all learners to pursue their dreams in a rigorous, relevant and responsive environment.”...
A Collage of KPBSD Graduates Profile Public School Success and Inspiration
KPBSD Inspiration: Matthew Pyhala, D.C., Homer High School, Class of 1993
“Take advantage of as many opportunities as you can. Do not be so focused on your goals that you pass up trying something new. You never know where you will find inspiration.”...
KPBSD Inspiration: Matthew Pyhala, D.C., Homer High School, Class of 1993
KPBSD Inspiration, Carlyn (Walker) Nichols, Seward High School, Class of 1997
Carlyn (Walker) Nichols, a Science, Culinary, and Maker educator at Seward Middle School, a 2018 Kenai BP Teacher of Excellence, and 1997 Seward High graduate...
KPBSD Inspiration, Carlyn (Walker) Nichols, Seward High School, Class of 1997
KPBSD Graduate Inspiration: Dean Carignan, Kenai Central High School #ClassOf1987
When he graduated from Kenai Central High School in 1987, do you think Dean imagined he would one day be the Director of Program Management for Artificial Intelligence Research at Microsoft Corporation?

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KPBSD Graduate Inspiration: Dean Carignan, Kenai Central High School #ClassOf1987
Class of 2016 Graduate Profiles
The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District encompasses 25,600 miles, with 43 diverse schools including neighborhood schools, a K-12 school house, Russian Old Believer schools, a performance based school, four charter schools, Connections homeschool, and four schools only accessible by boat or plane. Meet #ClassOf2016 graduate inspirations....
Class of 2016 Graduate Profiles
Community Interest

Vacation Day

April 19, 2019 is a vacation no-school day* for most KPBSD schools. *variance: Kachemak-Selo, Nanwalek, Port Graham, Razdolna, and Voznesenka schools are in session.

The Alaska State Legislature

Visit the KPBSD and the Legislature webpage, and follow the Alaska State Legislature to track bills, locate and contact your legislators, and access committee information.

Budget and Finances

Are you searching for finance department information? KPBSD webpage: Finance documents and presentations, together with FY20 budget development has answers. KPSBD is talking with communities about potential school consolidations; learn more about meetings, a direct study, and survey results.

Personalized Learning

Where do you want your learning to take you and how can KPBSD help you get there? Learn how KPBSD is engaging the interest, strengths, and needs of every student. Explore personalized learning, and ask a question to help build our FAQs.

Apply Now!

Review open positions, apply online and visit our employment web pages with helpful information.

School Safety

Parents and guardians, school safety is a top priority in the KPBSD. It's important for you to know what to do before, during, and after a school emergency, weather related delay start, or school closure. Kindly read KPBSD Emergency Guidelines for Parents and Guardians. KPBSD regularly practices safety drills in schools, and includes law enforcement in our ALICE trainings for school emergencies. School delays and closures protocol.

KPBSD Strategic Plan

KPBSD will inspire all learners to pursue their dreams in a rigorous, relevant, and responsive environment. Discover what guides the 2017 – 2022 KPBSD strategic plan.

KPBSD Key Performance Indicators (KPIs)

KPBSD students should be able to demonstrate their readiness in multiple ways beyond a standardized test score. While test scores are one key readiness indicator often used in schools, they do not always show the whole picture. Review KPBSD KPIs through the public dashboard.

Collective Bargaining Public Comment Opportunity

Please share your thoughts about issues to be addressed in collective bargaining negotiations with the KPBSD, and the Kenai Peninsula Education Association (KPEA), and the Kenai Peninsula Education Support Association (KPESA). The process includes items for discussion such as compensation, employee benefits, health care, and work environment that one or both sides want to address for possible revision.

KPBSD Key Communicators

Are helping people in their local communities learn more about KPBSD, while assisting the school district to learn what people in our schools and community think, feel, and know. Discover more about the Key Communicators program.  

Bus Transportation

Search for your bus route. Questions about busing? Contact Apple Bus.

KPBSD Mobile App

Free, the KPBSD app provides you direct access to the district's most sought after information in the most convenient format—your mobile device. You can find Kenai Peninsula Borough SD in the app store. Tips & more!  

Volunteer in a KPBSD School

KPBSD appreciates our volunteers who make a difference every day in our schools! New and returning volunteers: begin your confidential, online application here: Volunteer in a KPBSD school.  

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The mission of the Kenai Peninsula Borough School District is to empower all learners to positively shape their futures.


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