Robert F. Kennedy High School


  • As we celebrate the great accomplishments of the Robert F. Kennedy High School we can clearly show that our school’s academic performance continues to rise. The academic successes of our students with the support of our teachers and parents have put the school on a path toward greatness culminating with making the U.S. News and World Report’s list of Best Schools in America.

    We strive to provide the best educational experience possible. Our teachers will teach to the best of their ability every day; guiding your student on a path that will give him/her the skills necessary for a productive future in college or career after high school. The curriculum will be rigorous and the standards will remain high. Our students must be able to compete not just with students in the Delano area. Our students must be able to compete with students across the globe. Our students deserve a world class education, and at Robert F. Kennedy High School he/she will receive it.

    US News & World Report Best HS Silver

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  • Clubs: 

    A.  Attention Juniors and Seniors: The Young Assembly Member Program offers high school juniors and seniors a unique opportunity to gain an understanding of state government and the legislative process. The program begins in November and concludes in March and includes a trip to our State Capitol in Sacramento, where students will visit the assembly floor. All program expenses are covered. However, students are responsible for transportation for weekly meetings in Bakersfield. See your counselor to receive more information.    

    B. Attention Seniors: There are many scholarship opportunities available, please go see Mrs. Carver for more information.

    C. GLOBAL Announcements: This week aim to be loyal to the legacy of RFK. Today take time to 

    Monday: represent RFK on and off campus

    Tuesday: demonstrate school spirit

    Wednesday: celebrate RFK’s accomplishments

    Thursday: help create a positive student culture for future students

    Friday: share your Kennedy experiences with others


    DWe are again participating in the Holiday Food Distribution coordinated through the Community Connection Center.  This year our District is asked to collect bags of Rice (2 lbs bags are preferred).  The first-period class, which donates the most 2 pound bags of rice, will get a pizza party on Friday, November 22 before Thanksgiving break. For more information, please contact Mr. Medina in room 302.


    E. Yearbook November payment is now due in room 213 or yearbook staff
    D. "CLUBS" its time to take your club picture for the yearbook room 213 to make an appointment



    A. New Kennedy Gear and Uniform Shirts for sale in the athletics director’s office.  

    B. Any boys interested in joining boys tennis please go see Mr. Booc in room 113. Practices will start next week. We hope to see you out there!
    D. Softball conditioning will start on November 12, 2019, at 4 pm

    Tuesday 11/12 Boys Basketball vs. Corcoran (Scrimmage) 4:00 pm All

    Thursday 11/14 Boys Soccer vs. Firebaugh (Scrimmage) 4:00 pm All

    Friday 11/15 Girls Basketball vs Corcoran 4:00 pm All



    Tuesday 11/12 Girls Basketball @ Woodlake (Scrimmage) 5:00 pm JV/V 

    Tuesday 11/12 Girls Soccer @ DT (Scrimmage) 4:30 pm All 

    Thursday 11/14 Girls Soccer @ Firebaugh (Scrim) 4:00 pm All 

    Friday 11/15 Varsity Football @ Templeton (2nd Round of Playoffs)

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