This year we are excited to welcome 6th grade students to KMS and open up brand new portions of the school building. New additions to the building include an expanded cafeteria, new office spaces, five new classroom spaces, and a renovated entrance. At Kilbourne Middle School we strive to create a connected community of learners with a focus on developing students' ability to be solution seekers, global thinkers, resilient learners, and empathetic friends.
Kilbourne Middle School
50 East Dublin Granville Road
Worthington, OH 43085
Office Hours: 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Office Number: 614-450-4200
Attendance: Shannon Thomas at 614-450-4210
Student Day: 9:10 a.m - 3:50 p.m.
All visitors must report to the Main Office upon entering the school.
Greg Garris has been the principal at Kilbourne Middle School since the start of the 2019-2020 school year. Prior to joining the staff at KMS, Greg served as a math teacher and then as assistant principal at Thomas Worthington High School.
Greg is a graduate of Worthington Schools and earned a bachelor of arts degree in Mathematics from the College of Wooster and holds a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Ohio Dominican University.
Greg lives with his family here in Worthington and enjoys cheering on the Buckeyes, spending time outdoors, and listening to music by Taylor Swift.
Assistant Principal Tiena Miller - TMiller1@wscloud.orgTiena Miller has joined Worthington City Schools to become the new Assistant Principal at KMS. She has taught in Baltimore City Schools (Maryland) as well as in the South-Western City School District. Tiena, originally from Buffalo, NY, holds a bachelor of arts degree from the University at Buffalo, a master’s degree in Teaching from Goucher College and a master’s degree in Educational Leadership from Ohio Dominican University. Tiena lives with her family in Worthington and enjoys crafting, reading, coaching WYB Field Hockey and Track & Field, as well as watching her son play sports.
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