John F. Kennedy High School (Warren, Ohio)

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John F. Kennedy Catholic High School
2550 Central Parkway Avenue SE
Warren, Ohio, (Trumbull County) 44484
United States
Coordinates 41°13′1″N 80°47′9″W / 41.21694°N 80.78583°W / 41.21694; -80.78583Coordinates: 41°13′1″N 80°47′9″W / 41.21694°N 80.78583°W / 41.21694; -80.78583
Type Private, coeducational
Motto Dedication ∙ Courage ∙ Integrity
Religious affiliation(s) Roman Catholic
Established 1964
Oversight Roman Catholic Diocese of Youngstown
School code (365330)
President Joseph Kenneally
Principal Joseph Kenneally
Grades 612
Gender Coed
Age 12 to 18
Enrollment 335
Color(s) red, navy blue, white
Athletics conference North Coast League
Team name Eagles
Accreditation Ohio Catholic School Accrediting Association
Yearbook The Torch

John F. Kennedy Catholic High School is a private, Catholic high school in Warren, Ohio, USA. It is owned and operated by the Roman Catholic Diocese of Youngstown. The school teams are known as the Eagles.

Clubs and activities[edit]

  • Mock Trial
  • National Honor Society
  • Relay for Life
  • Student Senate
  • Speech and Debate
  • Spirit Club
  • Key Club
  • PREP Programs

From 2010-14, each spring, the school put on a variety show encompassing aspects of both the performing arts and a visual art display. The show is called Kennedy Honors Excellence in the Arts, and was modeled after the Kennedy Center Honors that take place annually in Washington DC. The event showcased the talents of students in the areas of visual, vocal, instrumental and acting performance. In addition, the show paid tribute to an individual who has greatly benefited performing arts at JFK. Since 2015, the variety show has been rebranded Fiddlesticks and become almost entirely student-run.

In 2012, Tyler Luonuansuu ('12) won the State Championship title in Student Congressional Debate at the Ohio High School Speech League state tournament at Jackson High School in Massillon, Ohio.[1]


Kennedy has a tuition assistance program for students in Grades K-12.

In 2014, over $235,000 in tuition money was awarded to families with financial need. Over the past five years,[when?] Kennedy students have been offered over $16.9 million in college scholarships. Students are awarded, on average, $60,000 in college scholarships.


Kennedy varsity sports include:

  • Boys' and girls' soccer
  • Boys' and girls' cross country
  • American football
  • Boys' and girls' tennis
  • Boys' and girls' golf
  • Boys' and girls' basketball
  • Boys' and girls' track and field
  • Boys' and girls' bowling
  • Baseball
  • Softball
  • Volleyball
  • Cheerleading

Notable alumni[edit]

Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships[edit]

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