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Our School 206
Our School
History
King City Secondary School is named after the town.
Construction of the King City composite school began in 1960.  The doors were open and classes were ready to begin in 1961.  Additions were placed on the original school in 1963/65/90.
Since its inception in 1961 as a school community, K.C.S.S. has provided quality academic education accompanied by artistic, athletic, and technical studies opportunities for students.
Our school motto is semper progrediens, and our school mascot is the lion. 
 
Facilities
K.C.S.S. is a facility of approximately 200,000-sq. ft. situated on 20 acres on the south side of King Road opposite King City Public Library.  The main building was constructed in 1961.  Major structural renovations took place in 1962, when a technical studies area was added; in 1966, a third gym and library were added and in 1991, a centrally located library resource centre was added.
King City S.S. also has the following facilities:
Art lab Auto lab
Cafeteria Classrooms
Construction lab Design & Technological lab
Family studies lab Food lab
Gymnasiums Music room
Outdoor Fields Outdoor Track
Resource Center Science labs  
Staff room Student Council office
Washrooms and shower facilities Weight room
Committee Room Staff dining room
Communication technological lab Student parking facilities
Drama stage
Guidance room
 
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