Crestview juniors and seniors welcomed 17 recent alumni back to the halls of Crestview on Friday, January 5th, to help give them some insight into life after high school in regard to college and career choices.
The graduates shared their individual experiences at various colleges across the state and
country with the students. They answered questions from students about dealing with roommates, choosing a major, study habits, meeting new people, class sizes, moving away from family, among others. The alumni gladly shared their insights and tried to help enlighten students and ease some of their concerns and fears related to college.
Principal Mike Biro said, “I believe this program is very valuable as it’s not teachers and counselors talking but students, whom they might know, and their personal experiences assisting fellow Knights with the future.”
Junior S. Chorvas said, “I thought it was nice to hear from different perspectives on college life, those involved socially and those not involved.”
“I’ll be commuting so it’s a bit different for me, but I thought they shared some good information,” said senior B. Engelman.
This is the second year in a row that Crestview has invited a group of graduates to talk with students. read more...
The second round of Crestview High School RMA Award recipients were recently recognized at a varsity boys' basketball game. The Convoy Community Foundation, in conjunction with Crestview High School, has established the “Crestview High School RMA Award” this school year. The recipients included: J. Thomas, K. Leeth, E. Greulach, S. Smith, C. Young and L. Schumm.
Students are nominated for the award by fellow classmates, faculty, staff, and administration for exhibiting strong character, leadership, service and school pride — all vital pieces of the Right Mental Attitude (RMA).
The foundation, led by president Greg Kulwicki, funds the purchase of t-shirts for the recipients along with gifts from the following Convoy community merchants: Knight Pizza, D’s on Main, Pizza Hut, Shear Magic, the Sophisticut, the Secret Garden, and Convoy Tastee Freeze, along with individual donors. Parents of the winners receive dinner from The Tavern in Convoy.
RMA Awards are presented weekly and are recognized in small groups throughout the year at home sporting events.