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The Student News Site of Kings High School

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The Student News Site of Kings High School

The Knight Times

Vice Principal Ronald Corradini gives the current seniors a schedule for graduation day
Normal graduation made possible again
Brooklyn Campbell and Oliver Mack May 10, 2022

After two years of COVID-19 restrictions, normalcy makes its debut once more for the graduation ceremony of 2022.  “I think overall it’ll be pretty back to normal. There’s still going to be a...

Knight Times journalists parse the language of Ohio House Bill 327 to understand what legislators deem “divisive concepts.”
As introduced: A Bill
Kyle Dane, Staff Writer • May 2, 2022

In June of 2021, primary sponsors referred Ohio House Bill 327 to the House State and Local Government Committee. HB 327 aims to remove the discussion of  divisive concepts from classrooms across the...

The crane lifts the heavy items back and forth at the construction site across the street from the high school.
New Mercy Health-Kings Mills Hospital builds opportunities for the community
Paige Dwyer, Staff Writer • March 25, 2022

Loud banging noises echo across the once empty field. Machines hull and beep, carrying and pushing what the workers cannot. The workers walk around in neon green, orange, and yellow on the wooden platform...

Michael Sarchet stepped up to revive school spirit after two abnormal school years due to Covid
barstoolkings_: An account that sparked a movement
Jay Holubetz, Staff Writer • May 13, 2022

He started a movement based on an idea of bringing the student body together at Kings. A social media movement. A social media movement that a wave of high schools in Ohio participated in.  Michael...

 Mason Clark directs his team toward a fly ball.
Mason Clark: Pitching Toward Prestige
Ty Hacker, Staff Writer • May 10, 2022

5 ounces of cork, rubber, and yarn. All wrapped in leather. His entire life sits inside 5 ounces of cork, rubber, and yarn wrapped in leather....

Made with a Photoshop-type software, these senior posts are edited to highlight features of submitted seniors.
Anonymous Instagram account honors seniors
Molly Hering, Staff Writer • May 19, 2022

The class of 2022 Instagram page opened on December 1st, 2021 by an anonymous senior, showcases seniors’ plans for life after high school. Almost every year a senior student chooses to start an Instagram...

Sage Burress poses for her ship photo shoot.
Artist of the Week: Sage Burress
Ryan Flecker, Staff Writer • April 29, 2022
Crumbled up and busted March Madness bracket thrown in the trash
My bracket is busted, and that’s okay
Tom Barta, Sports Editor • March 27, 2022

March Madness. I’ve always thought it was the best postseason in all of sports. Better than the NBA, NFL, MLB, and certainly better than the college football playoff (expand it to 12 teams, please...

Dance Gavin Dance drummer, Matt Mingus, checked into rehab at the end of September, indicating for us all to take a break from our harried lives before it spirals out of control.
Can we just take a break?
Alyssa Martin, Editor in Chief • December 10, 2021
Sami, 10
Sami, 10
Sophia Jeng, Managing Editor • March 23, 2022

¨I play basketball and lacrosse. I’ve been playing lacrosse since third grade. A long time. It is a big commitment and dedication. My mom is very athletic too. She does a lot of sports and she encourages me to do them too....

Miles, 12
Miles, 12
March 8, 2022
Naomi,‌ ‌9‌
Naomi,‌ ‌9‌
February 9, 2022
Brendan, 10
Brendan, 10
February 2, 2022
Sex education leaves out the discussion of LGBTQ+ sexualities and genders in the curriculum
Ohio’s students lack regulation in health classes
Lexi Hackney, Arts and Entertainment Editor • February 18, 2021

Ohio is one of twenty states that doesn’t require formal sex education in public schools. As a result most schools teach abstinence based sex education or none at all. School districts make the final...

Students and educators are navigating new ways to combine modern lessons of diversity with traditional curriculum.
Lack of diversity in literature curriculum leads English teachers to challenge the status quo
Kayla Estrada, Editor-in-Chief • February 16, 2021

They spelled her name wrong.  One of the most accomplished columnists from her time, with pieces featured in the Boston Evening Traveller, Cosmopolitan,  and College Humor, Katharine Brush became...

Current Career Center student discusses her personal decision to attend the Career Center and the stigma surrounding the school.
Truth vs Stigma: Who is the Career Center for?
Josiah Taylor, Broadcast Editor • February 4, 2021

Josiah: Hello everyone. Welcome to the Knight Times podcast. I am Josiah Taylor. And today we are going to be talking about the stigma surrounding the career center and the importance of what goes on there,...

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