Kinkaid is pleased to announce the Go West Initiative to further develop the West Campus. Included are the redesigned campus entrance to improve traffic flow, an eight-court tennis complex, a practice baseball field with sports turf that can be used off-season for other sports and a large retention pond. Additional proposed projects, subject to Piney Point approval, include a multi-sport turf field and an additional entrance to campus.
Anyone who has followed Kelubia Mabatah, a 2005 Kinkaid graduate and former collegiate tennis player, during his tragedy and miraculous recovery can agree that he is making the most of his second chance at life. To honor Kel's courageous fight and positive spirit, we want to establish Kel's Hill, a viewing area at Kinkaid's new eight-court tennis complex.
Kinkaid pleased to announce it has reached the campaign goal of $28.3 million to raise funds for two much needed projects—a new two-story dining & learning center and a multilevel parking garage. These projects will significantly impact campus life and are extremely important to the future of the School.