Bishop Watterson High School, 99 E. Cooke Road in Columbus, recently dedicated its new business center classroom in honor of the graduates who made it possible: Mike Kenney '93 and Nick King '93, who are entrepreneurs in the area of commercial real estate.

Bishop Watterson High School, 99 E. Cooke Road in Columbus, recently dedicated its new business center classroom in honor of the graduates who made it possible: Mike Kenney '93 and Nick King '93, who are entrepreneurs in the area of commercial real estate.

The Kenney-King Business Center is a state-of-the-art facility designed to simulate a real-world business environment, complete with permanent white boards, a smart board, two flat-screen televisions, high-speed wireless internet, a conference room, a stock ticker and innovative work tables designed for collaboration.

Kenney and King, owners of Preferred Living, began working with Bishop Watterson in 2011 on this project to give back to their alma mater. In addition, BWHS Business Department Chair Sheri Cook worked with Wayne Chang, chief financial officer at Preferred Living, to develop an Entrepreneurship and Innovation curriculum.