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    Kenmore East High School

    An International Baccalaureate World School

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

     

    Mr. Patrick Heyden, Principal 

    Mr. Trevor Brown, Assistant Principal    Mr. Joseph Greco, Assistant Principal

     

    2020– 2021   School Profile

     

    COUNSELORS

    Grades 8-9:

    Mrs. Michelle Washington  (A-K)   mwashington@ktufsd.org

    Mrs. Janine Galante         (L-Z)   jgalante@ktufsd.org  

    Grades 10-12:                                                                              

    Mrs. Julie Leavitt         (10/11/12   A-H)    jleavitt@ktufsd.org     

    Mr. John Vogt            (10/11/12   I-M)    jvogt@ktufsd.org   

    Mrs. Vanessa Manney  (10/11/12  N-Z)     vmanney@ktufsd.org  

     *= department chair

     

    ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANTS – Mrs. Lyn Arlotta - larlotta@ktufsd.org

                                                    TBA- Records                 

     

    COLLEGE & CAREER CENTER COORDINATOR – Mrs. Mary Jo Leslie       mleslie@ktufsd.org

     

    COMMUNITY

    The township of Tonawanda, a community of 75,000 residents is the most immediate northern suburb of Buffalo, New York.  Because of this location, Tonawanda residents can easily take advantage of the cultural and recreational activities of the city as well as those in the Kenmore-Tonawanda Community.  Most of Tonawanda is residential with a heavy concentration of industry along its western border (the Niagara River).  The current school enrollment (K-12) of the Kenmore-Town of Tonawanda School District is over 7,000 students.

     

    HIGH SCHOOL

    At Kenmore East High School, we strive to develop 21st century learners by helping our students become effective communicators, global learners, critical thinkers and socially responsible citizens. The high school program focuses on preparing students for higher education.

    Size:                      1253 students in grades 8-12

    Senior Class:        226

    Staff:                     140 faculty members

    Accreditation:       NYS Board of Regents

     

    SPECIAL PROGRAM

    International Baccalaureate:

    Kenmore East is an IB World School authorized to deliver the IB Diploma programme.

    We offer standard level courses in the following subjects: World Languages: French, German and Spanish; Economics, Environmental Systems and Society, Physics, Mathematics Analysis & Applications, Visual Art and Music.

     

    We offer higher level courses in the following subjects:  English Literature, History of the Americas, Biology, Visual Art and Music.

    All IB students also take Theory of Knowledge.

     

    Advanced Placement:

     English Literature and Composition, Calculus AB, Chemistry, Computer Science, Biology, Physics C, Studio Art , European History, American History, American Government and Politics, and World History.

     

    The estimated number of AP exams for 2019-2020 is 189 and all students enrolled in AP courses must take the AP exam.

     

    College Level Courses:

    ECC/SUNY: French C1 & C2, Spanish C1 & C2, Pre-Calculus, Accounting, Business Math, College Math, College, Careers and Finances, Web Design 1 & 2. 

    NCCC/SUNY: German C1 & C2

    SUNY Buffalo State:   Web Design 1 & 2, Virtual Enterprise

    RIT: PLTW Principles of Engineering, PLTW Intro to Engineering Design and Development, PLTW Design and Drawing for Production (DDP), PLTW Computer Integrated Manufacturing, PLTW Digital Electronics

     

     

    Honors Courses:

    English, Social Studies, Math, Science, World Languages (WL)

     

    Accelerated Courses: (credit-bearing 8th grade courses):

    Math, Science, World Languages and Design & Drawing for Production


    Academies: Media Arts Academy, Computer Networking & Technology, Information Technology, Pre-Engineering and Virtual Enterprise/Finance

     

    EXPLANATION OF COURSES

    IB International Baccalaureate

    AP Advanced Placement

    H Honors Courses

    R Regents Courses/College Prep.

     

    GRADE POINT AVERAGE

    In computation of high school grade point average, grades are weighted to reflect the difficulty of the course work. To determine the weighted final grade, class averages are multiplied by the following weighting factors:

    Course:                Regents                                 Honors                               AP & IB

    Weight:                      1.00                                   1.05                                     1.10

     

     

    GRADE DISTRIBUTION: Class of 2021 (end of junior year)

    WEIGHTED GPA

    GPA

    # STUDENTS

    95-100

      42

    90-94

      33  

    85-89

      37     

    80-84

      37       

    75-79

      27     

    70-74

        9      

    65-69

      15    

    Below 65

        4   

     

    Course credit is awarded when a student earns a final grade of 65% or higher. The final grade is determined by a formula using 80% of the class average and 20% of the final exam grade.

               

    Testing Profile

    Class of

     2018

    Class of 2019

    Class of 2020

    Number of Graduates

    239

    226

     245

    Diplomas

    Advanced Regents

    60

    66

     83

    Regents

    143

    135

     149

    Local

    7

    11

     19

    Test Results

    Graduates taking ACT

    57

    40

     COVID/NA

    Composite Score

    22.5

    23

     COVID/NA

    Graduates taking SAT

    126

    98

     COVID/NA

    Combined Score

    1117

    1116

     COVID/NA

     

     

     

     

    Post High School Plans

    4 year college

    40%

    48%

     61%

    2 year college

    30%

    26%

     23%

    Military

    1.5%

    2%

     2%

    Other

    28.5%

    24%

     

    Skilled Trade

       

    5%

    Workforce

       

    6%

    Gap Year

       

    3%

     

     

    CEEB #335578 • 350 Fries Road  •  Tonawanda, New York 14150

    Phone: (716) 874-8402  •  Fax: (716) 874-8630    www.ktufsd/kentonkehs