The School Newspaper of Oakville High School


Katie Counts, reporter

The location for the All Night Graduation Party (ANG) has changed from the City Museum to the Lodge at Des Peres. The change in location occurred after the City Museum...  Read More »

October 8, 2016 • 0 comments

Homecoming away from home

October 4, 2016

From pyramids in Egypt, to the...  Read More »

Seniors sent home due to lack of vaccination

September 27, 2016

Before the start of the 2016-2017...  Read More »

The price of education, block scheduling committee holds second public meeting

September 23, 2016

Money: what a majority of the public...  Read More »

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Small team, big bond

Emily Schneringer, reporter

A total of nine swimmers make up the Oakville boys swim team, almost half the amount of swimmers from the previous year. The small team has allowed the swimmers to become...  Read More »

October 20, 2016 • 0 comments

First male cheer coach at OHS

October 10, 2016

Ben Stallons becomes the first...  Read More »

Vision becomes reality, varsity football ends losing streak in game against Seckman

October 10, 2016

After losing their first seven...  Read More »

Angela Elguezabal: athlete of the week

October 7, 2016

Thou shalt not kill! However in...  Read More »

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Seniors come together for baccalaureate

Kassidy Mooney, reporter

OHS’s annual baccalaureate took place on May 15, kicking off graduation season for its seniors. Many OHS community members and families of all faiths and denominations...  Read More »

May 23, 2016 • Comments Off

13 students receive top rating at state solo & ensemble festival

May 10, 2016

Earlier this year, 35 band students from OHS qualified to attend all-state solo and ensemble. On Saturday, they went to M...  Read More »

Mr. OHS has been found

May 5, 2016

The OHS Leadership classes just...  Read More »

Leadership sells lemonade for charity

May 5, 2016

Two OHS leadership students came...  Read More »

Leadership gets creative with new spirit days

May 3, 2016

Spirit Week at OHS is always an...  Read More »

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Marvel’s brings big character to small screen

Olivia Greubel and Megan Haislar

Marvel fans, hold onto your seats. No, this isn’t about the much anticipated Age of Ultron film that’s due to premier this Friday. This is about Netflix and Marvel’s...  Read More »

April 28, 2015 • Comments Off

Misadventures serve as a learning curve

April 28, 2015

As told by Olivia Greubel: Today...  Read More »

Test Causes Stress

April 24, 2015

For the first time, the state of...  Read More »

Sleeping Students

April 2, 2015

Lately around OHS, it seems students...  Read More »

Pressured by technology

March 26, 2015

Teachers have been trying to incorporate...  Read More »

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The School Newspaper of Oakville High School
The School Newspaper of Oakville High School