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WEA scholars testing their bridge designs.  The scholars learning about compression, tension, torsion, and shear force. The Structural Stress Analyzer machine is testing the scholars' designs.
WEA scholars testing their bridge designs. The scholars learning about compression, tension, torsion, and shear force. The Structural Stress Analyzer machine is testing the scholars' designs.
Presentation Night 1
Presentation Night 1
Presentation Night 2
Presentation Night 2
MPA Color Guard presenting during Veteran's Day
MPA Color Guard presenting during Veteran's Day.
Military Prep scholars working together to get the job done.
Military Prep scholars working together to get the job done.
Computer Science scholars working together to breakout of an Escape Room.
Computer Science scholars working together to breakout of an Escape Room.
Biomed scholars investigating a crime scene.
Biomed scholars investigating a crime scene.
Mr. Klaine demonstrating the effects of drag  and wing pitch for aerospace engineering.
Mr. Klaine demonstrating the effects of drag and wing pitch for aerospace engineering.
Dr. Julie Whitis (Principal) and Brian Noll (Dean of Students), Kenton County Academies of Innovation and Technology's NEW administration.
Dr. Julie Whitis (Principal) and Brian Noll (Dean of Students), Kenton County Academies of Innovation and Technology's NEW administration.
New Academies staff are coated by Biomedical Sciences scholars.
New Academies staff are coated by Biomedical Sciences scholars.
Engineering scholars compete in VEX robotics.
Engineering scholars compete in VEX robotics.
Women's Engineering scholars compete in VEX Robotics.
Women's Engineering scholars compete in VEX Robotics.
Biomedical Sciences scholars recite Biomedical Sciences oath.
Biomedical Sciences scholars recite Biomedical Sciences oath.
Computer Sciences scholars visit Duke Energy.
Computer Sciences scholars visit Duke Energy.

School News & Announcements

Swim lessons, Zumba classes offered during Spring Community Education Community Education

Registration is now open for 2019 Spring Community Education classes. Courses include swim lessons and Zumba.

Links and QR codes to important information

Below are some links and QR codes to important information related to tonight’s meeting.

 

 

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Ignite Parent Meeting and Scholar Scheduling

Kenton County Parents:

The Kenton County Academies discussed scheduling in all Academy classes on February 28th.  At that time, each scholar was given their class schedule for next year and given a copy to take home and discuss with their parents.  Also, the Academies have met with accepted 8th graders at their home schools this past week.  They too were given a copy of their schedule to take home.  Finally, Academy representatives will be at Scott, Simon Kenton, and Dixie Height’s scheduling nights to answer questions.  Those not able to make these nights are welcome to contact us directly with questions at 859-341-2266.

There will be a parent meeting at Turkeyfoot Middle School on Tuesday, March 12th from 6:00 p.m.  to 7:30 p.m. in the gym. Please come and joins us if your have questions or would like to receive more information regard scheduling and Ignite! This meeting is not mandatory, but all are welcome to attend. 

 

 

It's Official! Ignite Institute Insider Ignite

It's Official! As you may have heard, Boone County’s Board of Education approved the partnership of our school and the Ignite Institute on February 19th.  Kenton County’s Board of Education approved the partnership on February 25th.  It’s official, the Academies are merging with the Ignite Institute next year!

We are moving!

In a 4 - 0 vote the Kenton Count Board of Education voted to approve the Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Boone County Schools regarding Ignite.  Ignite will open with roughly 1000 students and 52 faculty members. When Ignites opens, this will be the largest school of its kind in the state of Kentucky. 

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