6 Year Study

6-Year Study

Bishop Kenny High School is currently conducting a six year study of The Class of 2007.


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Alumni

Alumni Profile

Please stay in touch. Whether you've recently graduated, or just recently moved please click here to update your address and other contact information.

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BK Boosters Auction

Reunion Information

It's time for those High School Reunions. Check out our Reunion page to be sure you're up to date on all details regarding dates, times and locations.

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Bishop Kenny

Transcript Evaluations by other Agenices

State Universities, Florida Bright Futures, and NCAA will recalculate a student’s GPA according to their own requirements.  Currently (as of July 2013), these agencies use the following:

STATE UNIVERSITY SYSTEM COURSE DISTRIBUTION REQUIREMENTS
Students should complete a minimum of 18 units of high school work in the five core areas listed below.  State Universities add one-half additional point per Honors course and one additional point per AP course.

English  4 units (3 with substantial writing)
Mathematics 4 units - Algebra I and above
Natural Science 3 units (2 with substantial lab)
Social Science 3 units
Foreign Language 2 units (in the same language)
Academic Electives 2 units     

Level II Fine Arts and up to two units of ROTC may be included in the 18 units but will not be calculated with the core GPA. 
 
FLORIDA BRIGHT FUTURES SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM
English   4 units (with substantial writing requirements)
Mathematics 4 units - Algebra I and above
Natural Science  3 units (2 with substantial lab)
Social Science  3 units
Foreign Language  2 units (same language)

Bright Futures adds one-half additional point per Honors/A.P. course except foreign language
 * May use up to 2 additional units from courses in the academic areas listed above and/or A.P. Fine Arts courses to raise GPA
 
NATIONAL COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION
English  4 units
Mathematics  3 units (Algebra I, Geometry or higher)
Natural Science  2 units (1 with lab)
Social Science  2 units
Additional English, Math or Natural Science  1 unit
Additional Academic Courses              4 units (from same categories or foreign language)