Pippin Opens Tonight!

Pippin, the story of a young prince who longs to find passion and adventure in his life, will be staged this weekend by the Kenton High School Vocal Music Department. Performances will be at 7:30 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 2 p.m. Sunday at the Kenton Middle School auditorium. Tickets …

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Health Occupations Students of America Northwest Regional Competition results

Fourteen Ohio Hi Point-Kenton Allied Health and Nursing students traveled to the University of Toledo on Friday, to compete in the Health Occupations Students of America Northwest Regional Competition. Several students advanced to the second round of competition. Mercedes Mendenhall, Peyton Flint, Caitlyn Tudor and Kassie Collins will advance to …

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February 22, 2017: Kenton High School Parent Informational Night: College Credit Plus, Hi-Point, and other course information

On Wednesday, February 22 at 6:30 p.m. there will be a parent/student informational meeting at KHS. A College Credit Plus (CCP) informational meeting will be in the Cafeteria at 6:30 p.m. for parents and students. This is a mandatory meeting for students planning to participate in any type of CCP …

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ACT Prep Courses To Be Held

ACT Prep sessions will be held from 3:00-4:00 in the library on the following dates: November 29th to December 1st and December 5th through the 8th. Please attend any or all of these sessions to help improve your ACT scores! These sessions are led by Mr. Buroker and Ms. Baum.

Award-Winning Author Slated to Speak Tomorrow

Best-selling author and award-winning global speaker, Kevin Hines is speaking for free at Kenton Middle School Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m. Don’t miss his compelling story that has touched and saved thousands of lives. His message is about suicide prevention and awareness. Hines is a part of the 1% of all people that have jumped off of the  Golden Gate Bridge and survived. Kevin is very open about the challenges he faces with his mental illness. He will be discussing warning signs, and steps both parents and student can take if they see them. Following the presentation, there will be a panel discussion consisting of Kenton Police Chief Dennis Musser, a representative from the We Care Center, and representatives from other County Mental Health entities. The focus of the discussion will highlight what resources are available locally. The event is slated for Wednesday, November 30th at 6:30 in the Kenton Middle School Auditorium. There is no charge and it is open to the public. Parents of students ages 7th-12th grade are encouraged to attend with their students. You can learn more about Kevin here: