Alert: Waterbury parents of preschool children ages three and four: Quality preschool education and care is available now! All children are welcome for this free or low-cost program (based on income). Openings are available in select programs close to your home. If interested, please contact the School Readiness office at 203 573-6684.
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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.



Marc-Anthony Telusma Named UChoose Athlete of the Week

Marc-Anthony Telusma was named the UChoose Athlete of the Week.  His interview can be seen on December 1st at 8:00 pm on CPTV Sports nad December 2nd at 11:30 pm on CPTV.

National Teacher of the Year, Jahana Hayes, on Face the Nation

Our Teacher of the Year, Mrs. Hayes, appeared on Face the Nation recently.  Click on the image below to view.

PBIS Students of the Month

Congratulations to our PBIS Students of the Month: Jalissa Robles, Joshua Pagano, Angel Mercado, & Alani Arias.

Eagle's Nest Preschool Openings

The Eagle's Nest Preschool at Kennedy High School has openings for spring in its program. For more information, please click on the link for the FLYER

PBIS Students of the Month

Congratulations to our PBIS Students ofthe Month: Jonathan Peck, Abigail Appleby, Kaira Tataranowicz, & Anya Grant.

Kennedy High School Addition / Fields Dedicated

The athletic fields and new addition, which includes an auxiliiary gym, science labs, and foreign language classrooms, were featured in a recent ribbon-cutting at Kennedy High School (October 15, 2016). The athletic field was named after Charles "Ripper" Donato, a long-time football coach and Athletic Director at the school who retired after 28 years of teaching and coaching. For more information and pictures, please   click on this link.  

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