Extracurricular Clubs at Kenwood

Under Construction (8/25/2021)

Future Leaders of America

Starting in high school, Future Educators of America provides passionate young people with explorations into the teaching experience, sustains their interest in the profession, and helps them cultivate the skills they need to be successful educators.


Are you looking for an easy way to get involved with Kenwood?  Do you want to be able to put some activities on your resume for college?  Are you not really into athletics?  Do you need to add some activities to your resume in addition to athletics?  Well, have we got news for you!!!  It doesn’t matter if you are a freshman, a senior or somewhere in between the S.A.D.D. Club is the right place for you.  S.A.D.D. is all about Students Against Destructive Decisions.  We meet every other Tuesday for about a half hour.  This year we are hoping to get in some speakers, make posters to hang around the school, have some lively discussions and more.  Please feel free to come see what we are about.  Listen to the announcements as we will be meeting in early September or you can come and see Ms. Kramer in the Guidance office.  Make a difference in someone’s life, come be a part of the S.A.D.D. club. ([email protected])

Future Business Leaders of America

FBLA is the oldest and largest national organization for students perparing for a career in business leadership.  Members must have taken a business class or be registered for a business class this school year.

FBLA Mission:
Our mission is to bring business and education together in a positive working relationship through innovative leadership and career development programs.

FBLA at Kenwood will provide:
• Field Trip Opportunities
• Challenging Competitions
• Scholarship Opportunities
• Leadership Workshops at Conferences
• Community Service Experience

Environmental Club
The Kenwood Environmental Club, K.E.N. (Kenwood Environmental Nestwork), was started in 2016 and meets weekly during the school year. They are involved with of activities during the school year. They have developed recycling projects for used batteries and dry erase markers. Students built, planted, and maintain native species gardens and vegetable and herb gardens. The club also creates commercials and announcements and does fundraisers to improve the school’s environmental literacy and understanding of our impact on the school environment. The club is currently involved in a two-year process to become a Maryland Green School through the Maryland Association for Environmental and Outdoor Education (M.A.E.O.E). Membership is open to anyone that would like to join at any point during the school year. ([email protected])

Updated 8/25/2021