• Dr. Herpy

Volunteer experiences help Kenston grad take flight

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times September 3, 2020 Collin Cunningham Born and raised in Bainbridge, 2019 Kenston High School Senior Class President Andrew Britten is preparing to bring his volunteering and community activism familiarity out of state when he leaves for Air Force training in Texas. “It’s day by day,” he said over the… Continue Reading

Hi Kenston!

I’m John Armstrong, your school’s official Class Jewelry Rep from Jostens. Jostens is taking orders now for your Custom Class Jewelry at Jostens.comNew this year and really cool is the Chromacast Class Band. Thank you! Give me a call if I you have questions. John 330-722-0131 Continue Reading

Welcome Back KHS!

Dear Parents and Students, Welcome to the 2020-2021 school year!  I hope you had a relaxing and healthy summer enjoying time with family and friends.  It is an honor and a privilege to continue to serve as Principal of Kenston High School. This school year is my 22nd year in the field of education and… Continue Reading

Change: First Day of School, Monday, August 31

As part of the district’s overall plan to return students to school, the 2020/21 academic calendar has been revised with a later start date. Teachers will begin on Friday, August 21, 2020 and the first day for students will be Monday, August 31, 2020. This change accomplishes three important objectives: It provides additional time for staff… Continue Reading

The Responsible Restart – Back-to-School Plan

The Responsible Restart – Back-to-School Plan that was developed to address the safety protocols and instructional plan to return our students to school full time, five days a week, for the 2020/21 school year. We are planning to return to school full-time for in-person student instruction. The First Day for Students will be on Monday, August… Continue Reading

Sgt. Weninger teammate of many, friend to all

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times July 9, 2020 Tony Lange Athlete, non-athlete; class clown, bookworm; popular, inconspicuous – it did not matter. When someone came knocking for a friendship, his door was always wide open. A 6-foot-4, 220-pound quarterback and hockey wingman at Kenston, Wolfgang Kyle Weninger was physically imposing and carried a presence… Continue Reading

We Have Sad News

View: Read Kyle’s Obituary (added 6/27) Channel 19’s Interview with Mr. and Mrs. Weninger. (added 6/23) Read an article talking about Kyle. (added 6/19) We regret to inform you that Kyle Weninger, Kenston Class of 2010, was killed yesterday during a Marine Corps Special Forces jump school exercise in Georgia. Kyle was a member of… Continue Reading

Herb Society

Jessie, Summer, Madeline & Justice – It was so much fun working with you in the gardens today.  I appreciate your positive attitude, willingness to learn new skills and your muscle digging plants, carting mulch up the hill, carrying rocks, pruning, weeding watering, etc…  The Herb Society Members were thrilled to have your help and… Continue Reading