¨Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see.¨ – Mark Twain
Katy Ross is a senior at West Clermont High School, who loves swimming, food, her boyfriend and her amazing friends. Throughout her high school career Katy has become the symbol of kindness, and happiness. Everyday, you can see Katy with a smile on her face, and trying to make a difference in the world around her! Continue reading Katy Ross: Spreading Happiness Wherever She Goes…→
Homecoming weekend was packed with activities involving everyone in the school. Friday night included the game as well as the class floats being presented, the court being announced, and the band performing. All of these events combined to make a very memorable night for a lot of students in the school.
Are you interested in donating blood and saving lives? Well, West Clermont High School and Hoxworth Blood Center are teaming up. Hoxworth will be coming to WCHS Wednesday, October 10th, and they will be allowing students to donate blood from 8:00am to 1:30pm. Why should you donate? Donating blood helps save thousands of people’s lives a year. Also, students who donate get a free shirt, those who donate four times in their high school career get to graduate with a red cord and sometimes earn scholarship opportunities. For more opportunities check out www.hoxworth.org/highschool. Continue reading Blood Drive→