Kennedy High School provide a creative and innovative platform for students, teachers and staff to develop skills, talent and an aesthetic sense. The school has established clubs and societies with various activities that form an integral part of a holistic programme used to enhance the imagination and creativity in children. Music, dance, Fine arts for creative outlets, Training in yoga, Karate, gardening,literary activities are a few interest-based electives offered to students to pursue. Students and teachers collaboratively design the agenda and activities of these clubs, and the focus is always on kindling talents and skills, and then honing them.
Art and culture are the spirit and essence of humanity. They reach out to the aesthetic with an appeal to the mind and a tug at the heart. An unbiased appreciation of beauty, divinity and allure enables perception of talents and gifts. The Cultural club hones the inherent aptitude of the students to impeccability and puts them on the road to achievement, a road where 'multitasking' and 'multifaceted personality' are prominent sign boards. The following events are conducted and the winners are awarded -Solo Singing: Light and Western, Classical, Western and Folk Dance, Drawing and Painting , Rangoli, Mimicry, Mono-Action, Mehendi , Pot Painting ,Group Dance, Group Singing, Skit, Instrumental Music.
Throwball is a non-contact ball sport played across a net between two teams of seven players on a rectangular court. Throwball is popular in Asia, especially on the Indian subcontinent, and was first played in India as a women's sport in Chennai during the 1940s. Like volleyball, the game's roots are linked with the YMCA. Both volleyball and newcomb ball, while older games, share many similarities with throwball. Throwball rules were first drafted in 1955 and India's first national level championship was played in 1980
We have national Players in our school and our students have participated in national level in many games which have conducted national wide