Student video contest

Kenston Local (Geauga) students win the 6th annual OSBA “Stand Up for Public Schools” Student Video Contest

With 47 out of a possible 48 points, the winner of the 2017 OSBA Stand Up for Public Schools Student Video Contest is Kenston Local (Geauga) Schools. Logan-Hocking Local (Hocking) Schools came in second and North Canton City Schools was the third-place finisher.

The contest is part of OSBA’s Stand Up for Public Schools promotional campaign. Schools were asked to submit 90-second videos showing how their public school district or building is making a difference in students’ lives and future success. The top 3 videos won cash prizes for their respective schools’ video production program. The winning video was also shown during the Closing General Session at the 2017 OSBA Capital Conference.

This year, 53 videos were entered into the contest by Ohio students expressing their thoughts and ideas on how public schools make a difference. The three winning videos are posted at

Each weekday until OSBA’s Capital Conference on Nov. 12, OSBA also featured various contest entry videos on its social media channels as well as below.

Ashtabula Area City Schools’ Lakeside High School (1 of 2 entries)

Boardman Local (Mahoning) Schools’ Boardman High School

Buckeye Local’s (Ashtabula) Edgewood Senior High School

Butler Tech Career Center

Clay Local (Scioto) Schools’ Clay High School

Dawson-Bryant Local (Lawrence) Schools’ Dawson Bryant High School

Delaware Area Career Center

Fairview Park City Schools’ Fairview High School (1 0f 2 entries)

Greenfield EV Schools’ McClain High School

Hilliard City Schools’ McVey Innovative Learning Center

Lakota Local (Butler) Schools’ Lakota East High School

Lancaster City Schools’ Lancaster High School

Licking Heights Local (Licking) Schools’ Licking Heights High School

Lima City Schools’ Lima Senior High School

Madison Local (Richland) School’s Madison Middle School

Mason City Schools’ Mason High School

Mayfield City Schools’ Mayfield High School (1 of 2 entries)

Medina City Schools’ Medina High School

Northwestern Local (Clark) Schools’ Northwestern High School

Perry Local (Lake) Schools’ Perry High School