Kimberly Juniors are recruiting for next year.

Kimberly Juniors is a 105-year-old tradition for high school girls in Redlands and surrounding communities. The uniforms have remained the same since the group was founded by Helen Cheney Kimberly in 1916. Members take an annual photo at Kimberly Crest to commemorate the end of each year.

Kimberly Juniors is accepting new applications, also known as letters of intent, for the 2020-21 school year. The organization will begin its 105th year in the fall, when regular meetings are scheduled to resume in accordance with the school year.   

Kimberly Juniors is an organization for high school girls that meets Saturday mornings at the Contemporary Club. Throughout the community, its members are proudly known as "KJs."

To apply for membership, a parent of a girl entering 9th, 10th or 11th grade should email a letter of intent to the Board of Trustees at kimberlyjuniors.redlands@gmail.com. The letter can be brief, but it should include the girl’s name, grade, school and personal interests. After receiving the letter, the membership chair will contact the parent to discuss details and next steps.

For more information, visit www.kimberlyjuniors.org.