Kutztown Area High School - A National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence

KAHS Named 2020 National Blue Ribbon School!

In September, Kutztown Area High School was named a National Blue Ribbon School, one of only two public high schools in Pennsylvania to win this award. The National Blue Ribbon Program honors and brings attention to American schools for their overall academic excellence. A Blue Ribbon flag flying over your school is a symbol of quality recognized by everyone from parents to policy-makers in thousands of communities across the country.

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KASD Education Foundation - 20 Years

2020 Matching Gift Offer!

We received a pledge to match donations. The first $2,020 in donations received by December 31, 2020 will be matched to double their impact! Each and every donation goes a long way to assuring we are able to “Improve Education Together.” If 101 donors send us $20, each of those donations would be doubled in impact! All gifts up to a total of $2,020 will be matched. Please take advantage of this offer by 12/31/2020.

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KASD Education Foundation - 20 Years

KASD Education Foundation to Celebrate 20th Year!

The KASD Education Foundation was created twenty years ago in October 2000, by three Kutztown High School Alumni: Dr. Brenda Winkler, then Superintendent of the Kutztown Area School District, the late DeLight Breidegam Jr., co-founder of Deka Battery, now East Penn Manufacturing, and Attorney Robert P. Grim. Today, the Foundation remains strongly committed to its original mission, “to enhance educational opportunities in the district’s schools and communities, and to recognize the superior achievements of districts students and alumni.”

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Ed Foundation Announces 2020 Distinguished Alumna of the Year, Dr. Karen L. Rauch

The KASD Ed Foundation Board announced the 2020 Distinguished Alumna of the year, Dr. Karen L. Rauch, Ph.D., KAHS Class of 1980. Dr. Rauch received her Ph.D. from The University of Virginia. She currently serves as Associate Provost for Accreditation and Assessment at Kutztown University of Pennsylvania, where she has also served as Associate Professor, Chair of the Modern Language Studies Department, and Associate Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. As a faculty member, she taught undergraduate and graduate courses in Caribbean studies, nineteenth-century Peninsular (Spanish) and Latin American literature, civilization and culture, translation/interpreting, and Spanish for business.

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