Kendrick High School
Grades 9th - 12th District 4 905 Students6015 Georgetown Drive, Columbus, GA 31907
Phone 706-565-2960, Fax 706-565-2971
School Website: http://sites.muscogee.k12.ga.us/kendrick/
Live Homework Help
- Parents Right to Know.pdf
- Kendrick High School Report Card
- Kendrick SIP.pdf
- Kendrick SIP Presentation.pdf
- Kendrick CNA.pdf
- 2021-2022 Kendrick Parent and Family Engagement Policy and School-Parent Compact
- 2021-2022 District Parent and Family Engagement Policy (English)
Kendrick High School provides a wonderful, high quality learning
environment where all students can achieve success and become prepared
to pursue future educational, professional and career goals. We have
excellent teachers and an efficient staff who work together to
make Kendrick High School a great place for students to learn and
blossom into productive citizens.
In an effort to provide an education for all students which prepares them for the 21st Century, we continuously invest in ways of making technology and new innovative research best practices a part of every student's experience. In 2004, the entire school was renovated to include new paint, new doors and many other technological improvements including fiber-optic computer network wiring throughout the building with over 1000 network drops. Kendrick has since continued to embrace technology by adding SMART Boards in the majority of all classes. Several classrooms are also equipped with Elmo or SMART document cameras, SMART slates, desktop computers, MacBooks, iMacs and netbooks.
Kendrick High School is the home of the Academy of Communication Arts and Design (ACAD) magnet which is comprised of Graphic Communication, Art, Journalism and Marketing courses. In the ACAD magnet program, students will gain fundamental work place skills, technical application skills, and interpersonal skills necessary to enter and succeed in diverse careers associated with the graphic/print communications industry. Academy students will learn about artistic expression, computer operations, graphics and imagery software applications, machinery operation, desktop publishing, photography, camera equipment/digital electronic printing, image assembly, offset processes, print, journalism, teamwork, problem solving, and communications skills necessary in today’s modern graphic/printing communications facilities.
The Cherokee family would like to acknowledge the following awards:
US News and World Report; America's Best High Schools - 2016
US News and World Report; America's Best High Schools - 2015
US News and World Report; America's Best High Schools - 2014
High Flying School Award - 2015
Outstanding High Schools That Work Award - 2014
MCSD Student Growth Percentile Achievement Georgia Milestone EOC American Literature, 1st Place - 2015
Girls Basketball Region 2-AA State Champions - 2014
Girls Basketball Region 2-AAA State Champions - 2008
Partners In Education
- Eddie L. Roberts American Legion Post 333
- SGT Audi Murphy Club
- Warrior Training Center BN S1
The Muscogee County School District does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, disability, or military status in its programs and activities and employment practices; MCSD provides equal access to the Boy Scouts and other designated youth groups where applicable.
Coordinators have been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies; note that any discrimination related inquiry may be directed to Dr. Angela Vickers-Ward for distribution to the appropriate personnel. Further information about the complaint process is available at the Board Policy section of the District website.
Alonzo B James