John F. Kennedy High School, Manchester, Missouri
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These sisters all taught at John F. Kennedy High School at one time. Click on their name to see what their ministry is now. Or click here to contact them!
History of John F. Kennedy High School
Kennedy High School was built by the St. Louis Archdiocese, its first for both boys and girls. It was actually co-educational, as boys and girls were in separate but connected buildings. At its opening in 1968, it was staffed by priests, Sisters of Providence, and lay teachers. The administrator and principal for the boys was a priest, and the principal for the girls was Sister Mary Magdalen Schwartz, SP. The Sisters of Providence remained at Kennedy High School until 1978.
In this summer issue of the Sisters of Providence HOPE magazine, we share about the gifts of God’s mission, the loving benefactors who keep our mission alive with their gifts, retired Sisters who continue to give of themselves and much more, including our annual report.Read More
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