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Category Archives: Extracurriculars

Russian Club at Kenston

Russian club gives students a chance to dig deeper into the Russian culture. They can experience life in Russia by eating Russian foods and living out their lifestyles. Joining the Russian club can also look good on your résumé for colleges. Especially if you’re going to college for a teaching degree. In general, it gives… Continue Reading

2019-2020 Bowling Senior Night

January 29, 2020 Related: Photo Gallery Freshman | Sophomore | Junior | Senior Alexandra Drsek, accompanied by Bill & Joyce Drsek. Alex has been a 4 year member of the Bowling team. She has also been a member of the Volleyball team. Alex has been a 3-time WRC Player of the Year, a 3-time District… Continue Reading

2019-2020 Bowling Players of the Week

Published in The News-Herald January 31, 2020 Alexandra Drsek Kenston>>Girls bowling Senior On the lane: At the G Men Classic, was named to the all-tournament team with a 628 series (231-192-205) as the Bombers won the team title; threw three strikes in the 10th frame of the final baker game to clinch the win against… Continue Reading

Mock Trial

January 18, 2020 Kenston’s two Mock Trial Teams competed at Districts in Painesville, where they argued about the extent to which a school principal may restrict a student’s First Amendment freedom of speech rights. Chloé Peiffer, Laura Parsons, and Madalyn Blackford were each named the “Best Attorney” in their trials. Victor Como, Margaret Eibler, and… Continue Reading

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… Continue Reading

Pulse Writing Club

The Pulse Writing Club is a writing club for creative, emerging writers where students to come together to write, share, and discuss their individual writing pieces. The Pulse Writing Club meets twice a month from October through April. All types of creative writers are welcome. Currently, this club meets in A113 from 2:30-3:15. Students who… Continue Reading

2018-2019 Bowling Archive

Boys Record: 11-6 Girls Record: 15-0 Girls are Lake-Geauga Conference Champions! Date Opponent Boys Girls Photos 11/25 Ravenna Tournament 5th Place (16 teams) 11/26  Berkshire Win Win 11/28 Cleveland Heights Win Win 12/4 NDCL Win Win 12/6 Willoughby South Lost 12/10 Mayfield Win Win 12/12 Eastlake North Lost Win 12/13 Brush Win Win 12/13 Wickliffe… Continue Reading

An interview with Mrs. Wilk

What would you say is the most interesting part of science olympiad? The most interesting part of SO is seeing students get excited about topics that are either not traditionally taught in science classes, or touched on in limited capacity. In what ways does participating in Science Olympiad help a student? Participating in SO helps… Continue Reading