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Describe the type of student who should not attend John F Kennedy and explain why.

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Anonymous, Student, John F Kennedy, Class of 2017

Students that do not have the motivation or drive to go to college and climb up the ladder to success should not consider our school. JFK is a place of learning and a place for preparing the future generation of our country for success. Economic success in the future starts in high school, and if a student is not willing to do their homework, they will not be willing to work hard in the real world.

Anonymous, Student, John F Kennedy, Class of 2019

If you are student that has no school spirit, does not like to participate and is a poor student then John F. Kennedy High School is not the school for you.

Anonymous, Student, John F Kennedy, Class of 2016

Students who are not open minded should not attend John F Kennedy. At Kennedy, we have students from every background: poor, rich, gay, transgendered, Asian, Mexican etc. However, that's what makes Kennedy so great. The diversity of our student body background makes Kennedy unique and everyone on campus respects one another. I personally had a transgendered friend named Jonathan. School was his safehaven to be away from all the negativity at home, where his parents did not support his transition. People who are not open minded should not attend Kennedy and taint the love we have at our school.

Anonymous, Student, John F Kennedy, Class of 2016

A student who wants to sit on their phone all day, not focus or get into fights. A student who argues with teachers, students or staff, causes drama and is disrespectful. A student who doesn't want to do or turn in their work, wants to bully other students and blame others for their failure.

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