About Kern High School District
The Kern High School District is headquartered in Bakersfield, California and serves the county of Kern located at the southern end of the San Joaquin Valley. The Kern High School District is California’s largest 9-12 high school district with more than 37,000 students and 4,000 employees.
Founded in 1893, the KHSD currently includes 18 Comprehensive campuses, 5 Alternative Education campuses, 4 Special Education centers, 3 Career Technical Education sites, 1 Adult Education Center, and 1 Charter School.
The Kern High School District is committed to developing students and staff who are effective in the use of technology, and recognize its growing importance in the 21st century. The Information Systems and Technology Department promotes the use of technology in the educational process. The effective integration and utilization of current and emerging technologies into standards-based curriculum is one important component of student achievement.
Bakersfield, CA, 9th Valley. It is about 110 miles north of Los Angeles and 110 mile south of Fresno. We are a city built on an agricultural and oil backbone. We have several corporate/regional headquarters located in the city. Over the past 40 years Bakersfield has grown 400% making it one of the fastest growing cities in California.
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Tickets transferred within 7 days of an event are subject to a transfer fee of up to $75.
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