Great school. The classes are easy yet challenging, the teachers (most of them) work with you, all the coaches keep their players in line and transform them into this great being. Definitley attend and join the panther family. I'm sad I have to leave here and I have on =e more year but definitley go.
Just transferred here and this is my impression; Do not.go here. Way too hard and difficult. Everyone that goes here has a very unflattiering appearance too. So if your a student looking for love, turn the other way.
Would Recommend This School To Anyone. I have friends who go to 'Kingwood High School' and hate it, It's too big, not very strict, and class sizes are huge. Having gone to both schools, I definitely prefer Kpark. The arts programs are good, The athletics programs are good (For a 4A school) and the teachers care. Every day when you walk into your classes, You get a handshake, and a good morning. Having been an all AP/Honors Course Kid, and a Varsity athlete, I really learned to time manage and get work done. Definitely helped me in my first years of College. Anywho I would recommend this school to anyone, Safe - Fun - Challenging Curriculum - Close Knit.. Go Panthers! ~ Class of 2011
I have been going to this school for three years and I have to tell you that I love it! Our teachers are awesome, our principals rock, and our curriculum is very challenging. I am so happy to have transferred to KPark and I have enjoyed every minute I spent in there.
I transferred to Kingwood Park from California last year and I have to say that it is a great school. The teachers are friendly and not strict. They greet you at the door and seem to care whether or not you are doing good. The counselors counsel on all sorts of matters whether you are looking for a job or need help with college applications. I would recommend this school to anyone who was thinking about moving to the kingwood area.
This school is not one of the best schools out there. In fact, it isn't even the best school in Kingwood. It is overly strict, the teachers are mediocre, curriculum is way to advanced and challenging, and the sports program is glorified way too much not only by the students, but the teachers and principals also. Kingwood Park needs to get it's act together and start acting like a 4 grade school, not a 9th grade campus, or a college for that matter. The teachers believe teaching harder material and or letting the kids teach themselves will prepare us for college when in fact that is not how it works. Teachers are paid to teach and that's what they should do. Also, the arts are very challenging yet do not get the appreciation they deserve, but football and swimming is all the rage and can not be talked about enough.