COLT Poetry Contest Participants Boys Basketball Team


The mission of John F. Kennedy High School is to promote academic excellence, individual opportunities, and critical thinking for each student.  In collaboration with parents and families and our community, we commit to the following set of core values and beliefs about learning to ensure that each student is prepared for the 21st century.


Today's Announcements

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Scholarship Opportunities

Please click HERE for a listing of various scholarship opportunities.  Continue to check back as this listing is updated frequently.



Parent Survey

Parents are invited to complete the annual parent survey.  Parent feedback is greatly valued in our continual improvement efforts.  Complete the survey HERE

Check Out The Latest Edition of Our School Newspaper, The Eagle Flyer

Please click on the image of the front page to see the entire April issue.


Teachers of the Year

Congratulations to all of our Teachers of the Year. All will be honored at the annual Teacher of the Year Awards Ceremony, to be held Wednesday, May 31st, at 4:30 p.m. at Crosby High School. Family, friends, and colleagues are all invited to attend and help celebrate. See list by clicking on the "read more" tab.   

Parent Conferences

Parents are invited to meet with teachers on Wednesday, April 19th, from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.

College Financial Aid Informational Session

The Kennedy High School Guidance Department would like to invite parents of grade 11 students to attend a College Financial Aid Informational Session presented by AAA.  The presentation will take place prior to parent conferences, from 6:00 to 7:00 pm, on April 19th, in the Library Media Center.  Light refreshments will be provided.

Kennedy Students Compete

The Kennedy High School robotics team, the Nuts and Bolts of Fury, will be competing at the FIRST National Robotics Championship in St. Louis on April 26th to the 29th, after qualifying earlier this year at two regional competitions. The students have set up a GoFundMe page and will be conducting fundraisers at Amalfi’s on April 10 and Texas Road House on April 18, in addition to two car washes, a dunk tank at the school, and a paint night. Kennedy teacher George Flaherty works with the students. 

Twenty-six Kennedy High School students recently spent five days in New Orleans, helping construct a Habitat for Humanity home and seeing the sights. The members of the HOPE  (Helping People Everywhere) and YES (Young Educators Society) clubs were accompanied by Jahanna Hayes and Cassandra Fann Peirce. 

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