Accepting 2ND ROUND Applications for 2014-2015 School Year
Dear Prospective Parent,
Kenilworth Science & Technology School (KST) is a tuition-free public charter school with a strong emphasis on math, science, and technology. KST is seeking serious students that desire the educational excellence our academy can provide.
KST will be accepting 2ND ROUND applications for students entering 6th, 7th and 8th grade for the 2014-2015 year. Application form must be returned by May 4, 2014 to KST. You may mail, fax, e-mail or bring the application form in person. You can also apply online at www.kenilworthst.org
KST is a public school and open to all students eligible for enrollment as provided by law. We do NOT discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, creed, sex, ethnicity, sexual orientation, mental or physical disability, age, ancestry, athletic performance, and special need, proficiency in the English language or in a foreign language, or academic achievement in admitting student.
Baton Rouge Bussiness Leader Visits Kenilworth
“I am very impressed with this school. For me technology is very important. As a young man I did not have the access that is available to than now and it is very impressive. I look forward to seeing all this school has to offer! Great Job.”
CALVIN MILLS JR. CEO-President, CMC Technology
Pastor Raymond Jetson Visits Kenilworth
"Thank you for showing the tremendous information about your school. The data is truly impressive and demonstrates a serious effort to make a difference in the life of chrildren. Making a difference in the lives of chrildren is the greatest contribution we can make to our community."
DEQ has honored Kenilworth ST with an Environmental Leadership Program Award
The Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality has honored Kenilworth Science and Technology Charter School with an Environmental Leadership Program award for the school's role in organizing and hosting the first-ever Louisiana STEM Expo. Since 1995, DEQ has presented its Environmental Leadership Program awards to businesses, municipalities, non-government organizations and schools. Kenilworth, which was the only Baton Rouge-area school to receive an award this year, was honored along with 13 other organizations, in a ceremony at DEQ headquarters on Feb. 26.
Councilwoman Donna Collins-Lewis visited Kenilworth
“I am blow away with what I have seen at Kenilworth today. I see a model school in the making great partnerships, parental engagement, and a dedicated staff committed to education our youth. I know there will be many great community leaders coming from Kenilworth. Keep up the great work!”
Councilwoman Donna Collins-Lewis
Kenilworth Dolphins succeeds in Underwater Robotics Competition
Kenilworth got 2nd place at Houston Regional Seaperch Underwater Robotics Competition on Saturday, February 15 at Pearland Recreation Center Natatorium, Houston Texas. This contest organized by Navy City Outreach Office and sponsored by Office of Naval Research. Kenilworth Dolphins will compete in Biloxi, Mississippi next month. We wish them all the best!
SeaPerch is an innovative underwater robotics program that equips teachers and students with the resources they need to build an underwater Remotely Operated Vehicle (ROV) in an in-school or out-of-school setting. Students build the ROV from a kit comprised of low-cost, easily accessible parts, following a curriculum that teaches basic engineering and science concepts with a marine engineering theme. The SeaPerch Program provides students with the opportunity to learn about robotics, engineering, science, and mathematics (STEM) while building an underwater ROV as part of a science and engineering technology curriculum. Throughout the project, students will learn engineering concepts, problem solving, teamwork, and technical applications.
Councilman Delgado Visits Kenilworth
We would like to thank Councilman John Delgado for visiting our school on Tuesday, February 4th, 2014. He gave leadership speech to our CRLP and Robotics students. Students had a great time and we were honored to have him at our school.
“Thank you for the opportunity to visit with your students. They were very sharp, inquisitive and interested in learning. Kenilworth is a bright spot in the education system of our Parish. We are all lucky to have dedicated professionals like you working with our children.” Councilman John Delgado, District 12
The Kickboard Parent Student Portal
Dear Parent or Guardian, The Kickboard Parent Student Portal is a way to keep you and your child up to date with his or her behavioral progress. To create your account, please do the following: 1. Go to www.kickboardforteachers.com 2. Click the "For Parents" button 3. Click the "Create New Account" button 4. Enter your access code (which you will receive in the mail) and your child's birthday.
Contact Mrs. Regis for more information.
U.S. Navy Lieutenant Commander Jones Visits Kenilworth
I am amazed by the professionalism of this team of “experts” at this school. What you are doing for these students is nothing less than wonderful. I will do anything within my professional expertise and power to inflate your example and provide support.
J. Darnell Jones, PharmD, JD Lieutenant Commender, U.S. Navy
VP of Axiall visits Kenilworth
"The outstanding accomplishments of Kenilworth are truly extraordinary and provide our community with a “gem” that should be displayed."
Charles P. Freeburgh Vice President Axiall Corporation
Louisiana STEM EXPO - 2013
Do you want to go to Canada on Spring Break?
Kenilworth is organizing a field trip to Canada during Spring Break. Contact Mr. Cetin for more information at email@example.com
Trip Date: April 19-26, 2014
Fundraising opportunities are available.
Kenilworth, U.S. Navy form STEM partnership
Kenilworth Science and Technology School and the U.S. Navy are working together to support and encourage under-served minority students to pursue career opportunities in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) fields.
"Senior Chief Aaron Johnson found out about Kenilworth and the school's interest in robotics, so we reached out to the school," said Lt. Commander Jaye Jones, who is the Navy's southwest region STEM outreach officer. "It's been a great partnership."
Hundreds attend STEM Expo at Kenilworth
Louisiana's first statewide STEM Expo featuring middle school students drew about 500 students, parents, supporters and fans to Kenilworth Science and Technology Charter School on Saturday, November 2. Pictures from the event
Kenilworth, the host school for the event, hosted a city-wide STEM expo last year that showed similar success.
Industry group presents awards to Kenilworth school leaders
An industry group recently honored two Kenilworth Science and Technology Charter School leaders for their ongoing work to prepare students for tomorrow's high-tech workplace.
Dr. Tevfik Eski, the superintendent of Kenilworth, and Dr. Eugene Kennedy, a board member for the school, received the Greater Baton Rouge Industry Alliance's (GBRIA) Craft Education Development Champion awards. The GBRIA recognizes and awards outstanding individuals who invest in the training and career path development of Baton Rouge citizens, young and old. The awards were presented at a Sept. 12 banquet at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Baton Rouge.
Kenilworth students connected with NASA
On Thursday, Sept. 26 at 10:55 a.m., eighth-grade students at Kenilworth Science and Technology Charter School had a rare opportunity to interact live, via video conference, with astronauts and scientists at NASA's John F. Kennedy Space Center in Florida. The students learned just what it takes to prepare a vehicle for space travel
Kenilworth invited to give presentation at international conference
Kenilworth Science and Technology Charter School was recently honored with an invitation to share its success story with educators from around the world at the 2013 World Conference on Science and Technology Education in Malaysia. Kenilworth administration said the school is unable to attend the conference this year, but Kenilworth was honored to be asked to participate.
Kenilworth school leaders have given presentations on Kenilworth's success at a regional STEM conference in San Antonio, Texas and a national conference in St. Louis, Missouri.
Kenilworth students recognized by U.S. Education Secretary
Two Kenilworth Science and Technology Charter School students whose science fair projects were published in an academic journal were honored again; they met with U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan on Wednesday, May 8, in the secretary's office in Washington, D.C. The middle school students and their parents were also recognized by members of the Louisiana Congressional delegation, including Senator Mary Landrieu, Senator David Vitter and Representative Bill Cassidy
Kathy Kliebert, Secretary of Department of Health and Hospitals, presents certificates from Governor Bobby Jindal
“Thank you for the opportunity to come and present two outstanding students with certificates from Governor Bobby Jindal. The efforts of both Jalen and Desirae are just two examples of the outstanding work that has been accomplished by Kenilworth. Congratulations to Jalen, Desirae and to Kenilworth – a job well done”
Secretary Kathy Kliebert, Secretary, Dept. of Health & Hospitals
Kenilworth students recognized by Lt. Governor Jay Dardenne
Kenilworth students featured on the WBRZ (Channel 2) newscast
Two of our students at Kenilworth Science and Technology Charter School featured (Thursday) on the WBRZ (Channel 2) 4 p.m. newscast for outstanding work they did on recent scientific projects.
We believe the focus on STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) studies at Kenilworth is paying off, and our students are seeing the results of their hard work. Congratulations ….
KST Students recognized by Senator Mary Landrieu
Kenilworth students were recognized by US Senator Mary Landrieu on Wednesday, May 4, 2011 in Washington DC
"I applaud the award-winning robotics team from Kenilworth Science & Technology Charter School for their outstanding accomplishments in the 2010 Louisiana FIRST LEGO League Championship Tournament. By earning first place in the overall performance category of the competition and being selected as the best rookie team of the year, these students have shown they are truly among Louisiana's best and brightest. Congratulations, Alienbots— and keep up the good work." US Senator Mary Landrieu
Kenilworth students were recognized by US Senator David Vitter on Wednesday, May 4, 2011 in Washington DC
"It's always a pleasure to meet with Louisiana's bright and talented students. I enjoyed my visit with members of the Kenilworth Science & Technology robotics team and I wish them continued success." Senator David Vitter
The 1st Assistant Attorney General, Trey Phillips, the Director of Public Protection, Sanettria Pleasant, the Director of Criminal, Kurt Wall, a Department of Justice Investigator, Will Dyer and Assistant Attorney General, Tasha West accepted our invitation to visit Kenilworth students. They visited classes and encouraged the students to do their very best on the upcoming tests their school careers.
"Thank you, Mr. Suzuk and the students of Kenilworth Science and Technology for your attention and your outstanding achievements! We at the Attorney General's Office are very proud of you. Keep up the great work and dream big! You rock!!! "
Louisiana Attorney General's Office
The District Attorney Hillar C. Moore, III visited Kenilworth
The District Attorney Hillar C. Moore, III took time out of his busy schedule to visit Kenilworth students. He talked about importance of school attendance, education and the LEAP test. We were so honored to have him at our school, and appreciate him spending time with our students in his busy schedule.
"I thoroughly enjoyed my visit to the various classrooms today. I was impressed with how polite and disciplined the students were as well as how intelligent they were.The students asked very good questions. It is evident that the students here are taught very well and are benefitting tremedously from their education.These students are our future leaders. I wish them the best in their upcoming LEAP tests." Hillar Moore, District Attorney
Representative Steve Carter visited Kenilworth
Thank you very much for having me as a recent guest at Kenilworth. We truly enjoyed our visit. I was impressed with the cleanliness and upkeep of the campus, but especially with the alertness and attentiveness of the students in each of the classrooms I visited. You seem to be doing something right by keeping them applied to their studies and being so interactive with their educators. I look forward to visiting your campus again soon.
Representative Steve Carter
Rep. Patricia H. Smith visited Kenilworth
Louisiana House of Representatives-Education Committee Member Rep. Smith Visited Kenilworth
"I visited Kenilworth Science and Technology Academy. I was very impressed with the presence at the school, the environment was welcoming as well. The robotics team was quite impressive with their robots they had won with. Great that they are concentrating on science, math and technology. Kids really seemed to like being at the school."
Students from Kenilworth Science and Technology Charter School were recognized by the State Board of Elementary and Secondary Education on Thursday January 20, 2011 in Room 1-100, the Louisiana Purchase Room of the Claiborne Building located at 1201 North Third Street in Baton Rouge, LA
The robotics team from Kenilworth Science & Technology Charter School was given a resolution from BESE, which sets state policies for public schools statewide.
Kenilworth Students Recognized by Mayor-President Holden
BATON ROUGE Mayor-President Melvin "Kip" Holden recognized the award-winning robotics team from Kenilworth Science & Technology Charter School on Wednesday, January 12, 2011 in his office..
The Kenilworth "Alienbots" recognized for their outstanding accomplishments in the 2010 Louisiana FIRST LEGO League Championship Tournament. The team earned first place in the overall "Performance" category of the competition, and they were selected as the best rookie team of the year, earning first place in the "Rising Star" category.
Metro Council Honored Kenilworth's Award-Winning Robotics Team
BATON ROUGE Metro Council recognized the award-winning robotics team from Kenilworth Science & Technology Charter School at their meeting, which was held on Wednesday, January 12, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of the Governmental Building at 222 St. Louis Street, Third Floor, Room 348.
Members of Kenilworth's award-winning robotics team include: Jabir Abdullah, Fazil Ozcelik, Matthew Kingsley , Emma Lacy, Dylan Aguiluz and Nathaniel Batiste. The team was coached by Irfan Demir, Kenilworth's computer teacher and robotics coordinator