PITTSBURGH (NewsRadio 1020 KDKA) – KDKA Radio host Mike Pintek travels to different high schools around the area to interact with students. On Thursday, he was joined by Woodland Hills High School students and many of the faculty members.
Woodland Hills Superintendent Alan Johnson joined Mike throughout the show to discuss just how special and responsible his students are. He talked how successful they are as they move forward after their high school career.
“Ninety-four percent of our students go off to an institution after high school; 84% to a four-year or two-year school,” said Johnson. “Ten percent will go to an alternative school and three percent will join the military.”