Kennedy High School (also known as John F. Kennedy Senior High School) is one of two public high schools located in Bloomington, Minnesota, USA. Named after former president John F. Kennedy, it was opened in 1965 due to the rapid growth of Bloomington at the time. The school had been a member of the Lake Conference since the school opened. The school left the Lake Conference after the 2009-10 school year to become part of the new South Suburban Conference. In 2014, Kennedy joined the new Metro West Conference.
Kennedy High School is home to an award-winning show choir program. They currently have three show choirs: Rhythm in Gold, East Side Swingers, and Men in Motion. Rhythm in Gold is their varsity mixed show choir. Rhythm in Gold has been recognized in numerous regional and national competitions as an award-winning show choir, earning multiple Grand Champion titles. East Side Swingers is Kennedy High School's Junior Varsity all-female show choir. They also consistently place within the top three in the Junior Varsity division. Men in Motion is Kennedy's newest show choir, an all male ensemble that competes in the Junior Varsity division.
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