The school newspaper of Oakville High School


The school newspaper of Oakville High School


The school newspaper of Oakville High School


Jordan Asta (12) and his classmates pulled weeds and planted flowers during the service learning day. “It felt good to be able to do something to make our school beautiful again,” Asta said. Many students participated in a service project for the community of Oakville.

Making the Community Beautiful Again

Katie Schroeder, Reporter April 25, 2023

On Tuesday, April 18, 2023, the sophomore and junior classes spent the morning testing while the freshman had a field day. The seniors, however, spent the day doing service learning projects to help the...

Ladage and Anderson score a goal at Oakvilles home game against Lafayette. It was really exciting to assist in scoring the first goal at our first home game of the season, Ladage said. The team is really looking forward to how the season plays out.

Kicking Off The Season

Katie Schroeder, Reporter April 5, 2023

The Oakville girls varsity soccer team had their first two games this week. They have a 1-1 record so far, and the team as a whole believes they have what it takes to perform well in postseason.  “I...

It Ends With Us Book Review

‘It Ends With Us’ Book Review

Katie Schroeder, Reporter March 2, 2023

“It Ends With Us” is a novel that took over BookTok a little over a year ago. Written by Colleen Hoover, it was presented to me with the impression that the storyline would be a sappy yet captivating...

New Club At OHS

Katie Schroeder, Reporter February 6, 2023

Earlier this year, OHS history teachers Kara Beck and AJ Shinabargar created the Youth and Government Club for students interested in the process of state government and how it works.  “It had been...

The Oakville Tigers Varsity hockey team tied their first regular season game against Lindbergh on Nov. 5. Overall the season has been really great. We are functioning as a team and as a result we are starting to get some goals and important wins, Lucas Dewitt (11) said. The Tigers have a current record of five wins, three losses and four ties with nine games left in the regular season.

Preview To The Hockey Season

Katie Schroeder, Reporter December 14, 2022

On Nov. 5, the OHS varsity hockey team played their first regular game of the 2022-2023 season. As of Dec. 13, the team is 12 games into the 21 game season and has a record of five wins, three losses and...

OHS students and faculty attend the Cultural Education and Diversity meeting. Club members share about their own cultures and learn about other cultures. The next meeting is Dec. 6 at 2:30 p.m. in the OHS library.

Sharing Student Voices

Katie Schroeder, Reporter November 28, 2022

Oakville is a community made up of many different cultural and ethnic groups. Many of which members of the community might not know about. But this school year, OHS assistant principal Michael Wegener...

Meet Me at Midnight

Meet Me at Midnight

Katie Schroeder, Reporter November 3, 2022

At 12 a.m. on Friday, Oct. 21, Taylor Swift released her 12th studio album, “Midnights,” which consisted of 13 brand new songs. Then, at 3 a.m., Swift did the most in character thing she possibly...

New Librarian, Familiar Face

New Librarian, Familiar Face

Katie Schroeder, Reporter October 3, 2022

Jessica Betz has been an English teacher at OHS for 10 years but has always wanted to be a librarian, so when the position opened up last school year, she jumped toward the opportunity and got the...

Administration made the decision to make new changes to e-hallpass with the hopes to take back control of the hallways.

Are Two Hall Passes Enough?

Katie Schroeder, Reporter September 13, 2022

As the 2022-2023 school year has just recently begun, there have been new procedures and expectations set in place for students across OHS. Among these implementations, one has significantly struck the...

Senior Leyla Vilic poses on Washington Universitys campus after receiving early acceptance. Im excited to move on and start the next chapter of my life, Vilic said. Vilic, like her older sister, obtained a full-ride scholarship and will start at WashU this fall.

Jumpstart To College

Katie Schroeder, Reporter April 22, 2022

Imagine—high school graduation is just around the corner. You earned a full-ride scholarship to your dream college and you are getting ready to start this new chapter of your life: adulthood.  Except...

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