John F. Kennedy Catholic High School is a four-year Archdiocesan co-ed Catholic high school open to students of all backgrounds and faiths. We are a school of teachers, learners, parents and partners focused on the goal of adapting to each student's particular capacities, needs, interests, and passions and to support them to reach their fullest potential.
Students at Kennedy Catholic reap the multiple educational benefits of our diversity and we are committed to sustaining a racially, ethnically and socio-economically integrated school.
At Kennedy Catholic, we believe 21st-century skills, including the core competencies of collaboration, digital literacy, critical thinking, and problem-solving, are necessary to ensure students can succeed in the world today. Our vision of diversity ensures success for all students and is only achievable in an environment that fully supports engagement with diverse cultures and perspectives.
Through a rich fusion of cultural exchange, a broad scope of teaching and learning styles, and a commitment to a robust academic program, transformative education takes place. In the Lancer community, excellence and diversity are intertwined.
It is because we embrace a comprehensive vision of diversity that innovation, student-centered instruction, academic excellence, and collaboration with the entire community is possible.
Kennedy Catholic is accredited by the Western Catholic Education Association.