Kennedy High School's campus is home to three magnet schools, an academy, and our resident school, which is also a designated Schools for Advanced Studies program site.
For the fifth year in a row, our Architectural Design program will be collaborating with the American Institute-Architects, San Fernando Valley Chapter (AIASFV) on a project that will give our SkillsUSA capstone students a final challenge before they graduate. The project will be to design a series of building concepts that will each serve a specific purpose on the 127-acre Los Angeles Arboretum & Botanical Garden site. The project will run between April 11 and May 26.
Kennedy Architecture/Digital Design/Filmmaking Magnet will be recognized by the Magnet Schools of America and receive a National Magnet School of Distinction Award.
Kennedy Gifted/Highly Gifted/High Achieving Magnet will be recognized by the Magnet Schools of America and receive a National Magnet School of Excellence Merit Award.