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Founding Class Crosses Over to Alumnihood

Congrats to the class of 2019! Our founding class crossed the graduation stage this May and were the first graduates of Kauffman School. Proudly, 100% of students in our founding class were accepted to a four-year college or university. Check out a special video highlighting the journey of this founding class, seen here: https://bit.ly/2ZyyqxB
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Recent News

Student Athletes Making Waves

Congratulations to Skye and Miracle for placing 5th and 2nd, respectively, in the Triple Jump at the MSHSAA Class 3 Section 4 Track and Field Championships. They scored 12 points for the Blue Knights, helping Kauffman School beat multiple scoring teams at their first ever sectional championships appearance. Miracle also represented EMKS at the Class 3 Missouri State Championships this spring!
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Student Selected for LEGA Program

Congrats to Kauffman School junior Naya who was selected to participate in the LEDA Leadership Enterprise for a Diverse America program. LEDA prepares students for admittance into the most highly-selective colleges in the country. Naya will study on Princeton University's campus for the 7-week program, developing her skills in academics, SAT/ACT content, writing, and college application strategies. This is a highly-selective program that receives over 1,250 applications and only selects 100 students each year.
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Rising Seniors Secure $1 Million Scholarships

Congrats to our rising seniors who have collectively secured $1 million in college scholarships! Twenty students were awarded a KC Scholars Scholarship worth $50,000. We are proud of our PREPsters!
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Students Explore Through Study Abroad

From India to Tanzania to Ecuador, high school students studied abroad this summer through The Experiment in International Living. The program, which typically lasts about 6 weeks, allows students to live with host families, explore a passion area (like public health), and grow an appreciation of new culture and relationships.
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Tucker Leadership Lab

Several Kauffman School students have been participating in the Tucker Leadership Lab hosted by William Jewell College. The program encourages students to explore their leadership identity and plan ways to be leaders in the upcoming school year.
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Student Surprised with Vincent Legacy Scholarship

Congrats to 7th grader Jordan who was surprised with the Vincent Legacy Scholarship from Kansas City Starlight Theater. Jordan has been using this scholarship to pursue fine arts classes this summer and deepen her love of the arts!
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