Kenston High School
|Kenston High School|
9500 Bainbridge Road
|Type||Public, Coeducational high school|
|Motto||Bombers Fly High|
|School district||Kenston Local School District|
|Teaching staff||63.25 (FTE)|
|Student to teacher ratio||14.97|
|Color(s)||Blue and White|
|Athletics conference||Western Reserve Conference|
|Rival||Chagrin Falls Tigers|
|Communities served||Bainbridge and Auburn|
Kenston High School is a public high school located in Bainbridge Township, Ohio, near Chagrin Falls. It serves most of Bainbridge Township and all of neighboring Auburn Township and is the only high school in the Kenston Local School District. Kenston High School was established in 1953 with the consolidation of the Auburn and Bainbridge Township schools and moved to its current facility in August 2006. Academics include a wide array of courses and it fields numerous boys and girls sports teams. Athletic teams are known as the Bombers and the school colors are blue and white.
Kenston High School developed out the now defunct Bainbridge High School in the mid-twentieth century. At its inception it was a vocational school, similar to the nearby Auburn Career Center of today, but eventually evolved into a four-year academic high school. In 2006 the high school was moved from the current middle school to where it is now.
Kenston athletic teams are known as the Bombers. The school logo most commonly used is of a B-52 bomber, which is also shown on the school's website.
This article's list of alumni may not follow Wikipedia's verifiability policy. (February 2016)
- Jack Rudnay (1965), former professional American football player with the Kansas City Chiefs of the National Football League (NFL)
- Tyson Walter, former professional football player in the NFL
- Justin Herdman, current US Attorney for the Northern District of Ohio
- Scott Weiland, former Stone Temple Pilots vocalist
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