KBEV Awards

Skills USA

SkillsUSA is a United States career and technical student organization serving more than 395,000 high school, college and middle school students and professional members enrolled in training programs in trade, technical and skilled service occupations, including health occupations.

Skills USA State Competition, San Diego. GOLD in Broadcast News. The KBEV Norman News Team brings home the GOLD for Beverly Hills High School. As #1 in the State earns the team a spot in Nationals, Beverly Highs High will represent the state as the best in California. Now this is:" What's right about Beverly".

 

Skills USA CA Broadcast Production | Gold Winner | State Championships

Skills USA State Competition, San Diego. GOLD in Broadcast News. The KBEV Norman News Team brings home the GOLD for Beverly Hills High School. As #1 in the State earns the team a spot in Nationals, Beverly Highs High will represent the state as the best in California. Now this is:" What's right about Beverly!"

 

SkillsUSA State Championships 2017 Behind The Scenes

 

"Bleaching Youth" -Creative Audio/Radio Show 1st Place, GOLD at Skills USA

"Bleaching Youth" Skills USA LA Regionals 2017 The creative team of Marcello Terrasi and Luigi Carpaccio cleaned-up in Audio/Radio Production with 1st Place GOLD making KBEV's RADIO AIRLIFT proud by keeping the streak alive by winning Gold in Radio 3-years in a row now!

 

"Making a Legend" | Audio/Radio Production | First Place Skills USA California State Competition

Skills USA State Competition 2017, San Diego First Place GOLD Winners #1 in California and headed to Nationals two-years in a row! Audio/ Radio Production Project Entry by Team J "Making A Legend" Marcello Terassi and Ryan Dubin.

 

KBEV Skills USA News- Leila Vahabzadeh and Michael Ben-Iftah

Previous Awards 

2012-2013 Beverly Hills High School Senior Natalie Gordon was honored with the GOLD AWARD from Los Angeles County Regional Occupational Program (LACOROP) for Outstanding Achievement in Television. 
The competition includes 40,000 students every high school in the county.

2011-2012 Beverly Hills High School Senior Max Schwartz was honored with the SILVER AWARD from Los Angeles County Regional Occupational Program (LACOROP) for Outstanding Achievement in Television. 
The competition includes 40,000 students every high school in the county.

2010-2011 Beverly Hills High School Senior Sharona Mossazadeh was honored with the SILVER AWARD from Los Angeles County Regional Occupational Program (LACOROP) for Outstanding Achievement in Television. 
The competition includes 40,000 students every high school in the county.

2009-2010 Beverly Hills High School Senior Jessica Ganji was honored with the SILVER AWARD from Los Angeles County Regional Occupational Program (LACOROP) for Outstanding Achievement in Television. 
The competition includes 40,000 students every high school in the county.

2008-2009 Beverly Hills High School Senior Matthew Forman was honored with the SILVER AWARD from Los Angeles County Regional Occupational Program (LACOROP) for Outstanding Achievement in Television. 
The competition includes 40,000 students every high school in the county.

2007-2008 Beverly Hills High School Senior Cathyren Chen was honored with the SILVER AWARD from Los Angeles County Regional Occupational Program (LACOROP) for Outstanding Achievement in Television. 

2006-2007 Senior Matthew Wunderlich was honored with the SILVER AWARD from Los Angeles County Regional Occupational Program (LACOROP) for Outstanding Achievement in Television. 
The competition includes 40,000 students every high school in the county.

2005-2006 Senior Leah Newman was honored with the SILVER AWARD from Los Angeles County Regional Occupational Program (LACOROP) for Outstanding Achievement in Television. 
The competition includes every high school in the county.

2005-2006 Senior Mathew Lavi-Aziz was also awarded the Regional Occupational Program for
Excellence in Media.

2005-2006 Senior Mathew Jaboury garnered two prestiges Telly Awards for Comedy in Television.
The 26th Annual Telly Awards receives over 12,000 entries from all 50 states and 5 continents.

 

KBEV Skills USA News Behind The Scenes- Leila Vahabzadeh and Michael Ben-Iftah