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19th annual scholar athletes: The best and the brightest
June 12, 2011, Detroit Free Press

Congratulations to Class of 2011 Graduate, Marissa Gutherie, for receiving the Detroit Free Press Scholar Athlete here to read more.


Rogers salutes stellar scholars - Distinguished high school seniors get Congressional Medal of Merit
May 24, 2011, Livingston Press & Argus

Class of 2011 Graduate Shelby Zastrow received the Congressional Medal of Merit from the Office of Congressman Mike here to read more,


Channel 7 honors the Brightest & Best
May 13, 2011,

Congratulations to Class of 2011 Valedictorian, Nick German, for being recognized as teh Brightest and Best by here to read more.


Barrels will collect unused prescriptions
March 21, 2011, Livingston Press & Argus

Kensington Woods Senior Shawn James collects unused prescriptions as part of his Senior Exhibition Service Learning here to read more.


Students form club to help child soldiers in Africa
March 21, 2011, Livingston Press & Argus

Kensington Woods High School students spent three days in March working on a service-learning project designed around the Invisible Children program, which raises awareness of child soldiers in Northern here to read more.


Let's play ball - Kensington Woods High slowly building its athletic programs
December 26, 2010, Livingston Press & Argus

KWoods, as it is fondly called, has been steadily building its athletic programs, starting four years ago with a running club. Currently the school offers five varsity programs — boys and girls cross country, girls soccer, baseball and boys here to read more.


Thankless task? Let's fix that
October 10, 2010, Livingston Press & Argus

Every day, I come in contact with people who do little things for complete strangers. These seemingly insignificant actions go a long way toward making the day shine a little brighter, yet they often go completely unrecognized. I would like to rectify that situation by thanking some of the special people in our here to read more.


Teen stickers send message on alcohol
June 17, 2010, Livingston Press & Argus

The next time customers purchase a multipack of alcohol in Livingston County, they may find a bright-yellow sticker offering a simple reminder — "Providing Alcohol to Minors Is Illegal." here to read more.


Winners Named in Logo Contest
June 13, 2010, Livingston Press & Argus

The Livingston County United Way has recognized area students for their efforts to produce a new logo for the ninth annual Day of Caring, which is scheduled for Aug. here to read more.


Awestruck by Talent of County Art Students
April 30, 2010, Livingston Press & Argus

We would like to express our gratitude to the art teachers of Livingston County schools for taking the time to select student work and deliver the finished pieces to The Opera House for here to read more.


Kensington Woods Participates in Howell Library's Big Read Event
January, 2010, Livingston Press & Argus

Students at local high schools, including Kensington Woods, participate in the National Endowment for the Arts Big Read here to read more.


Local High School Collecting Pop Bottles for "Green Winter"

November 21, 2009, WHMI

Students at a local high school are looking to collect thousands of pop bottles for an eco-friendly here to read more.


Kensington Woods Seals it with a 'Kiss'

November 13, 2009, Livingston Daily Press & Argus

The drama "Prelude to a Kiss" comes to the stage this weekend at Kensington Woods High School, on the campus of Cleary University, 3700 Cleary Drive in Genoa here to read more.


5 Receive Congressional Medals of Merit Today

May 1, 2009, Livingston Community News

Five Livingston County students were among 38 who received the 2009 Congressional Medal of Merit, including Kensington Woods Senior, Heather here to read more


Teen's Math Skills Lead to Elite Distinction

May 1, 2009, Livingston Daily Press & Argus

The Kensington Woods High School senior Dan Smith — who can solve a Rubik's Cube in less than 30 seconds — recently finished in the top 5 percent on the Mathematical Association of America's American Mathematical Contest here to read more.


A profitable exchange — Teacher brings German group to county

April 2, 2009, Livingston Daily Press & Argus
Kensington Woods High School teacher, Markus Muennix, organizes foreign exchange program between Kensington Woods and German High School here to read more.


KWoods Students Featured at Art Exhibit

17 Kensington Woods students were selected to participate in the Annual Got Art show hosted by the Livingston Arts Council at the Howell Opera here to read more.


KWoods Student and Pinckney Scout Earns Praise

December 19, 2008, Livingston Community News
Nathan Hinkle, Kensington Woods class of 2009, has received a national certificate of merit from the Boy Scouts of America for assisting Suzanne Gordan out of a flooding here to read more.


Student to Receive Academic Honor

May 9, 2008, Daily Livingston Press & Argus
2008 KWHS graduate, Eric Stants, earns the Congressional Medal of here to read more.


Congressman Mike Rogers Rolls Out New Energy Plan at Kensington Woods

May 5, 2008,
Congressman Mike Rogers visits Kensington Woods High School to present students with his new plan for a greener here to read more.


Do a Good Turn...Students Reach Out to Charity

Spring 2008, KWHS Connections
Kensington Woods students volunteer for the March of Dimes' March for here to read more.


Principal Leads County's 'Best-Kept Secret'

January 18, 2006, Livingston Daily Press & Argus
It's not so much an alternative as it is an option, according to James here to read more.


Rich Perlberg: Editorial About Kensington Woods

January 22, 2006, Livingston Daily Press & Argus
Last week, we ran a story on James Perry, the principal of Kensington Woods High School, a 212-student high school in Genoa Township that was formerly named the Livingston Technical here to read more.


Kensington Woods High Now Enrolling

January 11, 2006, Livingston Daily Press & Argus
In 1995, the future Kensington Woods High School administration felt the most effective way to both reach students and prepare them for the challenges of the world was to increase flexibility — in instruction, scheduling and offerings. Ten years later, KWHS is seeing the results of this here to read more.


Educational Facility Changes Moniker

August, 2005, Livingston Daily Press & Argus
Livingston Technical Academy to be known as Kensington Woods High here to read more.


Academy Teaches Character

October 6, 2002, The Detroit News
Grant will let 3 schools track progress, use plan as national here to read more.