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American Sign Language Club

American Sign Language Club

Club meets in room C143 on Wednesdays 2:15-3:00 pm

Kenston High School students gather to learn about the culture and language of the Deaf Community. American Sign Language (ASL) is the official language used by the Deaf community in the United States, expressed by movements of the hands and face. The club would like to spread awareness, acceptance, and proper education of American Sign Language for all students at Kenston High School.

 

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Runners get district preview at Madison Invitational

Published in The News-Herald
October 3, 2021
Ben Hercik

With district meets three weeks away, runners took to the line for the Madison Invitational on Oct. 2 with a chance to take on the course they will see then.

Five boys teams from The News-Herald coverage area finished in the top six of the team race, paced by Kenston in second place. At the front for the Bombers was senior Braden Hunt, who finished sixth at 16:45.71.

After an up-and-down season for the boys team, Hunt was thrilled to be up with the lead pack.

“It really adds to the competitiveness of the races,” said Hunt. “Running with guys that are at the top of the sport pushes me to run my best and work up the ranks. Knowing this course helps a lot, especially with the sharp turns in the woods and the loose rocks.”

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Pack-happy Bombers run to program’s best DI finish

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times November 12, 2020 Tony Lange For the second straight season, the Kenston boys cross-country team relied on its pack to compete among the top giants at the Division I state meet on Saturday at Fortress Obetz, just south of Columbus. For the second straight season, the Bombers harrier outperformed what… Continue Reading

Girls XC wins first District Title

By Robert Phillips The girls cross country team won their first ever District Championship on October 24th. The Boys team also did extremely well and narrowly lost to St. Ignatius. Senior Denis Princic won the race in a literal photo-finish with a time of 16:00.0. He was followed by senior Garrett McConnell finished seventh in… Continue Reading

Lady Bombers capture first DI district banner

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times October 29, 2020 Tony Lange Princic wins title; Chardon, Kenston, Solon, US harriers advance It’s not often that a district cross-country field features five state-ranked teams, including three in the top 10, but that didn’t stop the Kenston girls from claiming their first big-school banner on Saturday in Madison.… Continue Reading

2020 Districts Cross Country Results

Kenston Girls win first D1 District title in school history. Loaded field featured 5 D1 State ranked teams – Kenston #5, Mentor #9, Shaker #10, Chardon #18, Cleveland St Joseph #20. Kenston Boys finish runner up in close race with St. Ignatius. Kenston’s Dennis Princic wins the race and is the first D1 District Champion… Continue Reading

Lady Bomber harriers dethrone Chardon for WRC title

Published in The Chagrin Valley Times October 22, 2020 Tony Lange Lady Bomber harriers dethrone Chardon for WRC title Kenston boys captures sixth straight conference banner The Chardon girls’ dynasty ended, but the Kenston boys’ dynasty continued during the eight-team Western Reserve Conference cross-country meet on Saturday at the trails in Bainbridge Township. Behind a… Continue Reading