John F. Kennedy first lived in Brookline, Mass. The family then moved to New York, and he attended high school and college in Connecticut. After serving in the military, John returned to Massachusetts to run for office and remained there until he was elected to the presidency.
According to the JFK Library, as a child, Kennedy lived with his family in Brookline, the Bronx and Bronxville, N.Y. He attended high school in Wallingford, Conn. and went on to college at Harvard, where he studied abroad in London and attended Princeton for a year. He then joined the U.S. Army and served in Panama and the Pacific. After a long recuperation in Arizona from a war wound, he left the military and returned to Massachusetts to become a congressman. He remained there until he was elected to the White House, where he lived for the remainder of his life.