News and Announcements

Incoming Freshmen Orientation

Parents, students - please plan to join us on Monday, August 8th at 10am for our Freshmen Orientation.
Learn more about our school and how to make high school fun.
If you have any questions, please call 818-271-2900 or email our principal at [email protected]

Digital Design Students Become Adobe Certified Professionals

Kennedy continues to prepare students to be college and career ready. Through the guidance of our Digital Design teacher, Ms. Anagnost, 57 Kennedy students became Adobe Certified Professionals: 49 in Photoshop and 8 in Illustrator. Adobe Certified Professional is an industry-recognized credential that validates proficiency in Digital Design. Certification gives students a competitive edge and provides students with concrete evidence of the skills needed to plan, design, build, and maintain different forms of digital media.

Kennedy Biology Students Published in CSUN NJSRA

The New Journal of Student Research Abstracts is an annual publication of student research in our local community. The journal is intended to serve as a vehicle to honor young investigators and their teachers by showcasing their work, motivating them to continue their involvement in research science; a source book for both students and teachers who are looking for ideas for research projects; and a volume to disseminate student research discoveries. This year, the work of 15 Kennedy students from Ms. Wilson's AP Biology classes had their work published in The New Journal of Student Research Abstracts. Their work can be found on pages 28-32.

Film Students Win PSA Contest

Congratulations to Seniors Amy Moore and Amaya Rosales. Their Public Service Announcement (PSA) "Break the Pattern" was awarded 1st place and $500 in the 10th annual Directing Change suicide prevention PSA contest. This past weekend Amy and Amaya won a Grand Prize and $750 at the 56th Annual California Student Media Festival. To watch the PSA go to:

Microsoft Certified Cougars

Kennedy prepares students to be college and career ready. Through Mr. Pedro Martinez’s computer class, 82 students passed the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification tests so far this school year. The MOS certification is the only official Microsoft-recognized certification for Microsoft Office globally. Students have the opportunity to become MOS Certified with the following programs: Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. Certification gives students a competitive edge and provides them with concrete evidence of the skills learned. 50 cougars have become Certified Specialist in Word (2 Experts); 24 in PowerPoint, and 6 in Excel. Special recognition goes to Matthew Chung, Yasmin Di Angelo (Word Expert), Precious Malaguit, Danielle Martinez, Eloy Mendiola, and Oscar Tea (Word Expert) for having completed all 3!

SkillsUSA Heads to Nationals!

SkillsUSA team earned Gold at the 55th Annual SkillsUSA State Conference. This competition requires students to plan, implement, and document several dozen events throughout the school year. These include chapter meetings, community service events, career and skill training, leadership training, industry mentorships, social activities, and competitions. Our award-winning team is headed to compete at the SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skill Conference held in Atlanta, Georgia on June 19-25!

SkillsUSA Wins at Regionals; Moves onto State Competition

SkillsUSA students performed incredibly this year, especially for coming out of a pandemic! They continue our 23-year winning streak at Regional competition, held virtually over 4 weekends in late January/early February. Eleven students earned medals: 5 gold, 2 silver, 1 bronze-in 4 different areas. All are eligible to compete at the State conference, held in-person April 21-24 in Ontario, CA. The ultimate goal is to win gold at State and advance to Nationals in Atlanta, GA this June.
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