For more than a month, Henley High School art teacher Carlos Becerra stayed after school, even sleeping in his RV on school grounds, so he could finish a project he has been dreaming about for several years – a larger-than- life sculpture of a hornetRead More
Henley High School’s Steven Cohara is the epitome of a successful senior. He is student body president. A student-athlete, he takes honors classes and volunteers with the Key Club and SMART reading program.Read More
Fort Klamath, Ore. - Henley High School students in the business and engineering programs have been helping native redband trout by creating and installing natural structures in Crooked Creek near Fort Klamath. On May 29, they installed them.Read More
The Henley Hornets baseball and softball teams were a dominant force all season long with intense gameplay, unity and domination over their opponents. However, at the state championship the game proved to be more difficult for both teams.
All four teams had something to prove but ultimately only one team in both contests came out on top.Read More
450 Seniors from schools around the Klamath Basin marched down Main Street to an event in Veteran’s Park in celebration of their big accomplishment, graduating from high school.
In its fourth year, Graduation Sensation is the biggest annual event for the Klamath Promise, which awarded $40,000 in scholarships and prizes this year to 70 recipients.Read More
Graduations are a time of celebration, honoring our students on the achievements they have made in their educational career. A monumental milestone when one part of their life end and another begins. The business community, local high schools and colleges will honor their graduates with celebrations starting this this week.Read More
Six Klamath County School District seniors – including four from Lost River Junior-Senior High School – have been selected for four-year Ford Family Foundation Scholarships that will pay for 90 percent of their college costs.Read More
Avelina Alfaro’s face lights up as she tells the audience about plans for her sweet 16 birthday party – drinks in champagne glasses, 50 of her closest friends, a DJ.
Her parents, however, had other ideas.Read More
As elementary students watched, Danielle Herinckx poured liquid soap into milk.
“Milk and soap don’t like each other,” she explained as the students watched the reaction. Next, she held up a bottle of oil and water. “What do you think is in this bottle? Why won’t it mix?”Read More
Klamath Falls, Ore. – The No. 12 ranked Oregon Tech Softball team will host "No One Fights Alone" Cancer Awareness Day in recognition of Cameron Caldwell at the Owl Softball games this Friday, April 19 beginning at 2:00 pm as they face off against College of Idaho at the new John and Lois Stilwell Stadium.Read More
Fifteen high school students – 12 from Mazama and three from Henley – have qualified to compete at the HOSA-Future Health Professionals International Leadership Conference in Orlando, Fla., in June.Read More
Students playing with a BB gun pistol that appeared to be a handgun caused Henley Complex schools to go into a lockdown for about 30 minutes today.
The lockdown occurred at about 9 a.m. after students recorded a video of two other students playing with a BB gun pistol that was a replica of a handgun. They quickly reported the incident to administration, the Henley Complex was put into a lockdown and law enforcement responded.Read More
Klamath Falls, Ore. - As announcer Bob Chambrose called out the branches of the U.S. Armed Forces – Coast Guard! Air Force! Navy! Marines! Army! -- veterans and active duty military members made their way towards the front of the Henley High School’s basketball court.Read More
Henley High School, in partnership with Klamath Union High School, will honor veterans and active duty military Tuesday, Feb. 5, during the varsity Hornets versus Pelicans basketball games at Henley High School.Read More
Growing up, Thys deHoop watched F-15 fighter jets fly over his home in Klamath Falls, and he knew he wanted to be a fighter pilot.
But it wasn’t until his sophomore year at Henley High School that he was able to take an engineering class. Once he did, he was hooked. And his career options expanded from flying jets to aerospace and mechanical engineering.Read More