Kelsey Giesler 

Students Participate in SkillsUSA Summer Leadership Camp

NELSONVILLE, Ohio- Seven students from the Ohio Hi-Point Career Center student attended the SkillUSA Summer Leadership Camp held July14th trough the 18th in Nelsonville Ohio.

There were 270 students and Advisors in attendance including Hi-Point students Drew Wagoner (Cosmetology, Benjamin Logan High School), Thomas Scobee (Electronics Engineering, Marysville High School), Kyler Klinger (Electronics Engineering, Riverside High School), Hunter Parmer (Electronics Engineering, Benjamin Logan High School), Logan Algren (Electronics Engineering, Benjamin Logan High School), Jeremy Krikendall (Electronics Engineering, Waynesfield High School) and Kaitlyn Erwin (Electronics Engineering, Benjamin Logan High School).

The seven Ohio Hi-Point representatives received the Statesman Award and Champions Club award.

Drew Wagoner received an additional award for a Job Interview contest, Thomas Scobee won Gold in Technical Math, Kyler Klingler received Gold in Texas Shootout, Hunter Parmer won Gold in the Quiz Bowl, Kaitlyn Erwin received an award for the Job Interview contest, and Logan Algren received an award in the Job Interview contest, Silver in Volleyball and a Bronze medal in Medical Math.

Kelsey Giesler 

Ohio Hi-Point Riverside FFA Chapter Travels to FFA Camp

Riverside FFA members in attendance were (left) Ashlyn Wray, HannahJo Grimes & Molly Harshbarger (right) Jaylee Reid, Colin Harbour & Trevor Irwin

CARROLTON, Ohio- Five students of the Riverside High School FFA Chapter participated in a series of challenges focused on teamwork during Ohio FFA Camp held at Camp Muskingum in Carrolton, Ohio during the last week of June.

Students in the Riverside FFA chapter, an Ohio Hi-Point Career Center satellite program, joined 280 FFA students from around Ohio to take part in the annual camp.

Riverside FFA members Ashlyn Wray, HannahJo Grimes, Molly Harshbarger, Jaylee Reid, Colin Harbour and Trevor Irwin, participated in many activities which included dances, athletics, speaking contests, chapter challenges, environmental activities, leadership workshops, boating, fishing, overnight camp outs, and community service projects.

 

About Ohio Hi-Point

The Ohio Hi-Point Career Center develops our most valuable resource, people, by providing quality career-technical and academic education programs. Our High School and Satellite Divisions serve juniors and seniors from 14 partner school districts and offer more than 30 career training programs, while our Adult and Continuing Education Division has a strong focus on customized training, providing businesses the training needed to strengthen, and prosper in, the community.

 

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