During the week of July 16, 2017, Christiana Eishenhaut (Kensington Woods Class of 2014) and Theresa Leffert (Kensington Woods Class of 2018) traveled to Eureka, Missouri with a group of students and adults from St Mary Magdalene (Brighton) and St John (Howell) to help with Flood Relief Effort with the National Relief Network.Read More
“Small things can make a big difference when we all work together,” stated Sophomore Mia de la Iglesia when asked why volunteering is important. De la Iglesia volunteered at the Secunda Art Museum during Kensington Woods Schools’ second annual Day of Service on April 13, 2017.Read More
Kensington Woods High School students helped out the community Thursday during the school's first service day.Read More
It's art - and science, math, English and social studies - with a message.
Students at Kensington Woods High School recently took part in a One Million Bones event that served as partial culmination of a monthslong study of genocide throughout the world.
The latest tools to combat prescription drug abuse in Livingston County can't be missed. They're bright red, big and weight just over 300 pounds.Read More
Kensington Woods High School students spent three days in March working on a service-learning project designed around the Invisible Children program, which raises awareness of child soldiers in Northern Uganda.Read More
The next time customers purchase a multipack of alcohol in Livingston County, they may find a bright-yellow sticker offering a simple reminder - "Providing Alcohol to Minors Is Illegal."Read More