Kenmore West High School

Providing our students with the supports, tools, and diverse opportunities needed to meet the challenges of an ever-changing world

News & Headlines

  • Kenmore West High School is committed to developing knowledgeable, principled, and compassionate young adults, through academic, personal, and occupational experiences, in preparation for an ever-changing global landscape.

    KENMORE WEST HIGH SCHOOL
    International Baccalaureate World School

    Mr. Dean Johnson, Principal
    Ms. Dina Ferraraccio, Assistant Principal
    Ms. Anne Martell, Assistant Principal

    33 Highland Parkway
    Buffalo, New York 14223
    Telephone (716) 874-8401 
    Fax (716) 874-8527

District Announcements

  • Back-to-School Toolkit

    Visit our Back-to-School Page, where you can find school supply lists, back-to-school event information, answers to frequently asked questions, school calendars, and more.

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  • Honoring the Achievements of the Class of 2019

    More than half earned at least one of the following distinctions: an Advanced Regents, an Advanced Regents with Honors, a Technical Endorsement, or as candidates for the International Baccalaureate (IB) Diploma.

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  • Summer School Information

    The Ken-Ton School District is pleased to continue to offer summer school programming at the elementary, middle and high school level, while also providing bus transportation to eligible K-12 summer school students.

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  • K-12 Art Collaboration for Oishei Children’s Hospital

    On June 11, a year-long initiative by the Art Department culminated with the delivery of a large-scale art installation, hand-drawn coloring booklets for patients, and donations of art supplies to Oishei Children’s Hospital.

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  • Kenmore West Baseball Wins Section VI Class A Championship

    Kenmore West Baseball defeated Niagara-Wheatfield to win the 2019 Section VI Class A-1 Championship on May 30, then defeated Iroquois to claim the overall Class A title on June 1.

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  • Ken-Ton School District Honors 42 Retirees

    The Ken-Ton School District recognized 42 employees who will be retiring at the end of the 2018-19 school year. Each of these employees have played a critical role in shaping the future success of countless students.

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  • New Visitor Procedures

    New visitor procedures requiring a valid ID will be in effect as schools begin implementing a new visitor management system. Learn more at www.ktufsd.org/visitors.

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  • The Dangers of E-Cigarettes & Vaping

    Schools and communities across the country, including Ken-Ton, are experiencing an emerging threat to pubic health: the rapidly increasing use of electronic cigarettes, or e-cigarettes, among adolescents.

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  • Introducing Ken-Ton Forward

    Created by a dedicated team of stakeholders, the district's new 2018-2023 Strategic Plan, entitled "Ken-Ton Forward," represents a significant shift in the vision and governing philosophy of Ken-Ton Schools. Learn more about it here.

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