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KOHS Productions

For a small town, Ontario is at the forefront in many areas. The same is true with Ontario Public Schools.

Ontario High School operates a literal state-of-the-art video productions program under the advisement of instructor Chad Hartley. Students in the KOHS program are involved with creating products featuring a wide variety of video and audio content.


  • Broadcast OHS events live on Channel 11 on CableOne television
  • Highlight videos for various sports
  • Create morning announcements every day for OHS
  • Produce the annual Senior Slide Show
  • Create commercials for local businesses
  • Record and rebroadcast local events

"Our students learn to operate hardware ranging from BETA and VHS recorders to DVD players, digital video and still cameras to AV switching devices," Parsons said, explaining, "Our program offers state-of-the-art software and video editing abilities."

Parsons is right. Many of the software programs are professional-quality programs used by professional video production companies.

"Our program is in a constant state of growth; keeping up with technology is a daunting task," Parsons said, "but our goal is to provide students with real-world work experience whether it's establishing a relationship with local businesses or learning how to use current video production technology."

Video Clips

Advertise your business on KOHS.

  • Advantage Financial Credit Service Inc.
  • Blue Duck Charms 
  • Car Wash 
  • College Fair 
  • Electric Beach
  • Linda Smith Photography 
  • Murakami Produce Co.
  • Ontario Bridal and Tuxedo 
  • Pregnancy Resource Center 
  • Project Dove
  • Red Apple 
  • Rodex Sales and Service 
  • Salon Savvy

Public Service

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