ZIP is a drug and alcohol prevention club. This student-led organization sponsors various activities to promote substance abuse awareness, prevention and making healthy choices. Activities include Prom Promise, Red Ribbon Week, the annual Healthy Lifestyle Fair and Kenny Pride, the monthly character building program. ZIP members may also participate in Night Vision program. Students who are interested in participation in the Night Vision program must submit an application and complete an interview before being considered. The application process is open every other school year. The 2016-17 application process will begin in August. Twenty Bishop Kenny students are trained to make presentations about gateway drugs to Catholic grade school students in grades 3 through 6. Students must maintain a minimum GPA of 2.0 in order to be eligible to participate. Another program open to ZIP Club members in grades 10-12 is Student Advocates, whose goal is to assist underclassmen in their adjustment to life at Bishop Kenny.
Qualifications: Open to any self-motivated student in grades 9-12. Dues are $5.00 annually.
Enrollment Deadline: October
Leadership Opportunities: President, Vice President, Secretary and Chaplain