• Dr. Herpy

Congratulations Corban Joyce!

Kenston’s very own senior, Corban Joyce, was awarded with the Franklin B. Walter All-Scholastic Award on his essay discussing his short and long term goals. One student is selected from each of Ohio’s 88 counties to receive this award. Corban is the representative for Geauga County. Corban is the second Kenston student, following Jacob Enders, to be a recipient of this award making this year the second consecutive year for a Kenston student to earn this accomplishment.  Cooper Nash said, “That is so awesome for him to have been selected! I am very proud of him.”  Not only was his essay impressive, but his accomplishments as a student is as well.  At the top of a class of 259 students, Corban excels taking on AP courses, as Co-President of the senior class, Co-Vice President of the French club, a member of National Honor Society, and he has received a handful of academic course awards lettering academically. He is also a member of the math and trivia club. In addition to all of his school involvement, he has participated on the track, lacrosse, and soccer teams. He has received many awards through soccer including 2nd team of the Chagrin Valley Conference, All- Greater Cleveland Honorable Mention, and a nominee for NSCAA All-American Academic to name a few.  Corban’s accomplishments both academically and through extracurricular activities make him quite the well rounded student. Caroline Kiley said, “Corban is the smartest guy I know. He is truly going to go great places.”