Welcome to King Philip High School

This page will provide families the resources they need to enroll students at King Philip High School

Dear Families of New Students,


We would like to welcome you to the King Philip Regional School District!  Our district services the towns of Norfolk, Plainville and Wrentham and we look forward to having your student attend King Philip Regional High School.  Below you will find some important information that will assist in a smooth transition to KPRHS.


Registration for KPRHS

We are pleased to offer our on-line registration process.  Please follow the student registration instructions, in order to register your student.  If you need assistance with registration, please contact Lisa Gannon, Guidance Secretary, at gannonl@kingphilip.org.


KPRHS New Student Orientation Day

During the month of August a new New Student Orientation Day, for rising freshman and new enrollment students, will be held.  This orientation will provide the students with the opportunity to familiarize themselves with the high school and their schedules, meet the administration, and learn about the high school and all that we have to offer.  Further information regarding this orientation will be provided when it is available.  Parents will be emailed and encouraged to register their students for it.


Again, on behalf of the King Philip Regional High School community, I would like to welcome you and look forward to seeing you over the coming school year.


Most sincerely,


Lisa Mobley, EdD

Principal, KPRHS

For families who currently have a student attending King Philip Middle or High School and are registering a new student:

  • Log into your Infinite Campus Parent Portal
  • On the left side navigation click “More”
  • Click “Start” for 2022-23 New Student Registration
  • Click “Begin Registration”
  • Follow the on-screen instructions to register your child


For all other families:



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  • Household information – Home and Mailing Address

            Three (3) Proofs Residency and Identification. 


Proof 1: Evidence of Residency: One (1) of the following:

  • Recent mortgage payment and/or property tax bill
  • Fully signed and executed Lease and/or Rental Agreement (Must be executed by both parties)
  • Landlord/Owner of Property Affidavit for those who cannot produce proof of ownership or Lease
  • Fully signed and executed Purchase and Sale (P&S) Agreement (provided occupancy date occurs within 30 days of enrollment)
  • Section 8 Agreement


Proof 2: Evidence of Occupancy: One (1) of the following:

  • Gas/Oil Bill, Electric Bill, Home (not cell) Telephone Bill, Cable Bill, Water Bill (Note: Bill must be dated within the past 45 days and address and name must be stated)
  • Recent bill dated within the past 45 days showing address and name (Note: A Residency Statement/Affidavit   is required with this option)
  • Occupancy Statement/Affidavit must be notarized if a bill cannot be provided prior to student’s enrollment.


Proof 3: Identification of Parent/Guardian: One (1) of the following:

  • Valid MA Driver’s License
  • Valid MA Photo ID Card
  • Valid Passport
  • Other Government issued Photo ID


Parent information – work and cell phone numbers, email addresses:

  • Court issued documents that name the child (if applicable)


Student information – demographic

  • Copy of original birth certificate
  • Students report card (if available)
  • Current IEP\504 documents


Emergency Contact – addresses and phone numbers

We request that you read the document in the link below before filling the application, to familiarize yourself with special circumstantial situations as applicable.



Note: Required fields are marked with a red asterisk, and the district will receive the data exactly as it is entered. Please be careful of spelling, capitalization and punctuation. Dates should be entered as MM/DD/YYYY and phone numbers as xxx-xxx-xxxx.


If you need assistance, please call (508) 541-7324 for Middle School and (508) 384-1000 x 3160 for High School during business hours or leave a message and a representative will be back in touch with you the next business day.

Welcome to High School at King Philip!

King Philip’s School Counselors are educators uniquely trained in child and adolescent development, learning strategies, self-management and social skills who understand and promote success for today’s diverse students. We take on an array of responsibilities to help maximize student success by promoting access and equity for all students in their academics, career and social/emotional development. We advocate for student’s well-being and are valuable resources for their educational advancement. 

King Philip’s High School Counselors assist students in assessing their abilities, interests, and achievement to help them make decisions about their future. We provide assistance and support to a student or small group of students during times of transition, heightened stress, critical change, or other situations impeding student success. We make referrals for students and families to school or community resources for additional assistance and information.

Students at KPRHS typically remain with the same counselor for their high school career. We work together with students and their families on a variety of levels. We work in a partnership with relevant stakeholders to support all students. 

We look forward to getting to know your child and developing a positive partnership.  

Please feel free to contact your child’s assigned counselor with any questions or concerns. 

Jessica Nutter, Guidance Department Head

Students with last name beginning with A



John Adams, Guidance Counselor

Students with last names B-D



Marissa Falcone, Guidance Counselor

Students with last names E-K



Mallory Connors, Guidance Counselor

Students with last names L-P



Julie Habib, Guidance Counselor

Students with last names Q-Z


The King Philip Regional School District, in compliance with regulations of the Massachusetts Department of Public Health, requires the following documents before a student enters 9th grade.

  • Updated immunizations, which include:
    • Varivax, 2nd dose
    • Tdap (Note: this is not the same at DTaP
    • MenACWY – 2 doses ( 1st dose, grade 7-9  and 2nd dose, grade 11-12)
  • Students must also provide a copy of their most recent physical examination, signed by a physician (physical must be dated within the last 12 months to be considered current).

Physical examination and immunization requirements are due by the first day of school.  Forms may be faxed to 508-384-1075 or emailed to hsnurses@kingphilip.org



Medical Exemption

If there are medical reasons why your child has not been immunized, a certificate must be obtained from your physician and forwarded to the school nurse.  This certificate must be provided each year, in order to remain valid.  

Religious Exemptions

For religious exemptions, a letter must be provided annually, that states that the immunization(s) are against one’s sincere religious beliefs.

If you have any questions, please email hsnurses@kingphilip.org or call the nurse’s office at 508-384-1000  x3345 or x 3341.


Nurse’s secure fax line:  508-384-1075

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