John F. Kennedy High School (Fremont, California)

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John F. Kennedy High School
Location
39999 Blacow Rd.
Fremont, California 94538
United States
Coordinates 37°31′43.99″N 121°59′11.64″W / 37.5288861°N 121.9865667°W / 37.5288861; -121.9865667Coordinates: 37°31′43.99″N 121°59′11.64″W / 37.5288861°N 121.9865667°W / 37.5288861; -121.9865667
Information
Type Public
Established 1965
Principal Edward Velez
Faculty 70[1]
Enrollment 1,388[2]
Color(s) Purple and gold
Mascot Titan
Newspaper The Titan Tribune
Yearbook Legend
Website

John F. Kennedy High School is a high school located in Fremont, California, in the United States. It opened in the fall of 1965 with nine buildings.

Academics[edit]

On March 24, 2007, a team of Kennedy students won the World Affairs Challenge held at San Francisco State University, sponsored by World Savvy.[3]

Athletics[edit]

Kennedy High belongs to the Mission Valley Athletic League, which comprises the high schools from Fremont, Newark Memorial of Newark, James Logan of Union City, and Moreau Catholic of Hayward. Kennedy High School is also part of the North Coast Section (NCS). Their mascot is the Titan, and their colors are purple and gold.

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