• Dr. Herpy


Congratulations February Students of the Month

Congratulations February Students of the Month!
Back Row L-R: Jack Kosiorek, Matthew Stirewalt, Joseph Drsek, Victor Como
Front Row L-R: Amy Kotara, Emma Lutz, Emily Rolf, Molly Spehar
PhotosRotary Senior | Grade 12 | Grade 11 | Grade 10 | Grade 9

Student Run Radio Station

As many of you may know, I have previously mentioned that I partake in the Entertainment Marketing class that is offered in this school. Homework isn’t given out that much but there is a catch, there is another course that is required that is called the Entertainment Marketing Lab. The lab itself inquires that you run the WKHR FM 91-5 radio station located at the middle school. Running a radio station may seem boring at first, but it’s actually really fun to do. Starting off, you need to create a pre-recorded PSA, or Public Service Announcement to get the attention of people and increase interest in what’s going on around Geauga county. Read backs are reading the songs that where just broadcasted and reading them to the good people listening to them. You would also need to report the weather every once and awhile, so the listeners know what to look out for. WKHR is a classic 1930’s to 1950’s jazz radio station, meaning that we target older folks. WKHR is also considered to be an oasis to some people because we have had callers call in and thank us for broadcasting the music we play because it creates an escape for people that go through rough times. WKHR is also a nonprofit station, meaning that we don’t earn money for ourselves, we run this station for the entertainment of other people. Mr. Kofron has taught us many arts and techniques to run this station so that we can play great music for even greater people. WKHR is a very great station to listen to, so I would recommend listening to it at any opportunity you can. WKHR is run to help people, which what I stand for. It is always a good thing to do to help someone in need, which is the number one reason why I recommend this class for interested sophomores Mr. C said, “My brother plays 91-5 at his automotive center in Wickliffe everyday. Many of his customers comment how they love the radio station.”

Interviewing a 4.0 student!

11th grader Emma Koenig is a 4.0 student. Interviewing a 4.0 student can be good advise for the students that are trying to reach their goal of being a 4.0 student. What’s your biggest piece of advice you’d give to someone trying to get straight A’s? “Spend most your time at night studying through your… Continue Reading

2019 AP Scholars with Distinction

This past spring, over 1.6 million students across the United States took at least one AP exam. Out of those 1.6 million students, around 200,000 of them earned the award of AP Scholar with Distinction. Forty students from our school qualified for the AP Scholar with Distinction Award by earning an average grade of at… Continue Reading

What Really Goes on in Web Design?

When most people think of Web Design they think it’s just about editing the KHS Website. A fellow classmate, David Clossin, said he thought “It was just designing the website.” I thought the same thing, but there’s much more. If you’re reading this that means you’ve found one of many articles that have been written… Continue Reading

Web Design What a Fun Class

This semester I took Web Design and let me say what a fun class it was. We learned a lot about Mr. C. and the website. He taught us about the school website, Photoshop and much more. It was such a fun class and a rewarding one. He even gives you donuts if you post… Continue Reading

The End of The Stock Market Game

The Stock Market games has officially ended. The stock market want up a 7.14% from when we started a few months ago. This is really good if you consider it averages 10%-12% per year. I personally did good in most of my company’s but some I did really bad in like Boeing and Tesla. The… Continue Reading

Kenston Connect

Students who will be juniors and seniors in the 2019-2020 school year should consider joining Kenston Connect. This is an opportunity for students selected to serve as a leader and mentor for the incoming freshman. Not only is this program good for incoming freshman but it also an awesome leadership opportunity for incoming juniors and… Continue Reading

Finals Quickly Approaching

With finals week quickly approaching, many student are worrying about their grades and how their going to do on their tests. The good news is that with some preparation and simple study skills, all students can achieve success on their tests. Here are 5 tips to help you relax and pass with an A+ 1.… Continue Reading

Interview with Mrs. Kardamis

Have you ever wondered what Inspired the guidance counselors to become who they are today? After talking with Mrs. Kardamis, I learned that she realized she was interested in this job in 2005 after working in the business world. She told me, “Helping people was what I wanted to do. So I went back and… Continue Reading