Kellam High School will provide a positive, safe school environment
where students, teachers, parents, and community will accept responsibility
for learning skills to meet present as well as future challenges.
Floyd E. Kellam
High School, opened in 1962, serves the largest geographical area of
any school in the City of Virginia Beach. The boundaries run from the
highly populated General Booth corridor south to the North Carolina
line and from Landstown east to Back Bay and the Atlantic Ocean. This
uniqueness is also seen in the diverse student population of Kellam
High School. The student population includes 83 percent Caucasian
students, 9 percent African-American students, 4 percent Hispanic,
and 3 percent Asian/Pacific Islander students. Our current total population is 1,809 students.
We moved into our new facility in January 2014. Our attendance zones remain the same.
Link to Plan for Continuous Improvement
to School Report Card
Link to Compass 2015: A Strategic Plan for Student Success