Congratulations March Students of the Month!
Back Row L-R: Maximus Yost, Liam Zak, Walker Glime
Front Row L-R: Madison Journey, Layla Gilbert, Matthew Rosinski, Lucian Benz
Photos: Rotary Senior | Grade 12 | Grade 11 | Grade 10 | Grade 9
On Wednesday, October 14th, Kenston High School had College and Career Readiness Day. While freshman and sophomores took the PSAT, juniors and seniors were able to go on college visits, take the SAT, and do anything to help them prepare for their future. In these times especially, it is difficult for individuals to take such standardized exams. By providing students with the opportunity to take the SAT, Kenston gives them an advantage in the college application process. This is one of the many reasons why Kenston is ranked 28th in college readiness of the 691 Ohio high schools. Whether it be college or entering the workforce, the district’s care for the futures of its attendees goes beyond College and Career Readiness day. They have implemented a “College Research” class to prepare high schoolers for a successful, independent life. On top of this, the school has representatives from numerous colleges come and present to interested juniors and seniors. Kenston is supporting the students’ futures and supplying them with the resources they need to succeed.
This week Marching Band does its possible final performance! It also might not be, however, this Saturday we will be finding out if the Kenston football team will be having more home games therefor having more halftime shows! This Friday come to support and listen to your favorite band perform. This show we are playing… Continue Reading
This week, I had the opportunity to interview one of our school’s Spanish teachers, Señora Scola. She explains the different levels of Spanish, her favorite level to teach, her background with Spanish, and why she recommends this class for students to take. Q1.) What levels of Spanish are there to take and how does each… Continue Reading
September 18, 2020 By Athan Zoes Last year, Mr. Continenza taught Web Design, and on March 2nd, he had a substitute teacher take over. Mrs. Scalf, the very same sub, is now teaching the class this year. In this article we will be going over why she is teaching the class, her past and present… Continue Reading
We hope you enjoyed last week’s game. It was a sad loss for the Bombers but this week Kenston’s Board tried getting an opposing team lined up to play, but it was just not possible. So the marching band is going to perform for the audience without the game. Like last week we played Kenston’s… Continue Reading
This week, I had the opportunity to interview Ms. Joyce about the English elective she teaches, Strategic Reading. She explains what Strategic Reading is about, and what students gain while taking this course. This class has been taught by Ms. Joyce for a few years now, and overall, has had very positive feedback from past… Continue Reading
September 17, 2020 By: Broden Bishop This is Broden Bishop reporting from inside your Marching Band, on Thursday, September 17th as the Kenston Bombers played Eastlake North, Fight! Last night the marching band played Kenston’s favorites with You Give Love A Bad Name by Bon Jovi, followed by Land Of One Thousand Dances by Wilson… Continue Reading
At Kenston there are many Social studies courses. World History: Where students examine major turning points that have shaped the modern world, from the late eighteenth century through the age of imperialism. Students develop an understanding of current world issues and relate them to their historical, geographic, political, economic, and cultural contexts. Economic History: You… Continue Reading
Dear Kenston Foundation Scholarship Applicant: We would like to thank you for applying for one (or more) of the Kenston Foundation’s available scholarships and congratulate you on your upcoming graduation! Each year the Kenston Foundation awards between 25-30 scholarships with an average of 60-80 students who apply. This year we had the large number of… Continue Reading
KBC has released new products recently, like Lake Erie Tide sweatshirts for $25.00 and a Bombers t-shirt for dollars. The new products are high quality and only out for a limited time, so make sure to get them quick. There is also a $1.00 “The Bridge” sticker made with high quality material. Come to room… Continue Reading