The library will close at 3pm on Friday, December 20. Please make transportation arrangements accordingly.
For the 2020-2021 school year, Kennedy Catholic will be adopting a 1:1 BYOD program. BYOD is the acronym for Bring Your Own Device. WHAT IS NEW: All students will be required to have a device the meets a minimum set of requirements/specifications. The program will include a financial model that will ensure universal access for all students. Our goal is to teach the mindful use of technology in our community that prepares for college and career life.
Families will be responsible to purchase or provide a laptop for their student based on the minimum required specifications found here:
It is our plan to offer devices at discount rates through our vendor partnership. Families should also be able to off-set costs with electronic book options – but hard copies of books will still be available and acceptable. Thank you for your patience as we roll-out these plans. More details will come soon!
Join us Wednesday, December 18 at 3:00pm in the Dillman Center, as we celebrate two outstanding student-athletes who will formally declare their intention of playing football at the collegiate level. We will recognize Justin Baker who will play football at the University of California Berkeley and Sav'ell Smalls who is committed to play at the University of Washington. Extended family, friends, teachers and teammates are invited. Following the brief signing ceremony, there will be time for pictures and cupcakes. Congratulations Justin and Sav'ell!
Tuition Assistance applications for the 2020 - 2021 school year are now open. Tuition Assistance is available and accepted for all incoming 9th grade, transfer and returning students. The application deadline is December 31. The Kennedy Catholic Tuition Assistance and Fulcrum Grant applications are combined into one easy application. For instructions on how to apply please visit our website. Applications are processed as long as funds are available so we encourage you to apply as soon as possible.
Reconciliation will take place all day Tuesday, December 17 in the chapel. Students must check in with their Theology teachers or Campus Ministry for an out-of-class pass.
Please join us for our Advent prayer service at 9:40am in the gym on Friday, December 20. We will bless our St. Vincent de Paul gifts, and the band & choir will perform.
All juniors and seniors will receive a link to the Spring Search Leadership & Freshman Retreat Leadership on Monday, December 9. Applications must be submitted by Tuesday, December 17. Students who have questions or concerns should contact Ms. Cacabelos or Mr. Prociv.
Kennedy Catholic's St. Vincent de Paul Club continues our annual Advent tradition to share the many blessings we have with our community through our Adopt-a-Family, Adopt-Juvenile Youth opportunity. We are grateful for this opportunity for the entire school – staff and students – to participate in our season of giving. Many classes are participating in this service outreach. Thank you for your donations!
The All-Night Graduation Party is immediately following Commencement. The purpose of this event is to provide a safe and secure environment where all seniors can have a wonderful experience celebrating with their friends.
Following tradition, we are partnering with Grad Nights to host this fun-filled event. The evening starts as the students load onto buses and are transported around town to various pre-coordinated establishments. Food, drink, activities, music, prizes and transportation are all included in the registration fee. Students will return to school around 6:00am the following morning.
Registration fees are as follows:
$225 if paid by March 2, 2020
$250 if paid by May 4, 2020
Checks can be made out to Kennedy Catholic Grad Night Party and turned in at the main office.