Top Summer Trends

Courtney Kluge , features editor

May 21, 2013

Swimsuits are not the only piece of clothing trending in the fashion industry this summer. In between all the tanning, swimming, and hanging by the pool, the Prowl is here to update you on all the current trends of the upcoming summertime. Printed shorts. The statement piece now is not all about th...

Summer 101 for the common high school student

Summer 101 for the common high school student

Courtney Kluge , Features editor

May 20, 2013

As high school students, it is always hard for us to come by money. With summer coming around the corner and the days of freedom finally here, wanting to have adventure and fun, how are our wallets supposed to satisfy our needs? To help, The Prowl decided to research all the fun and free things our h...

OHS choir succeeds at competition

Courtney Kluge, Features Editor

March 20, 2013

The OHS choir program went to an area-wide choir competition at Lindbergh High School on March 13, blowing the crowd and the judges away. With high expectations, the choir students were hoping to come back with only the highest awards possible. They did just that. OHS Concert Choir Mixed (CCM), Womenâ€...

Business Department does real world project

Business Department does real world project

Courtney Kluge, Features Editor

December 6, 2012

Marketing classes will be learning how to run a business first hand this week. The classes will be putting on a Lemonade Sell Off in the commons during 5th block on Friday, Dec. 7. COE and Marketing teachers Ms. Amy Clark and Mrs. Mary Menderski are the brains behind this real life activity. “This...

Students fights for drug awareness

Students fights for drug awareness

Courtney Kluge, Features Editor

October 25, 2012

Red Ribbon Week is coming to a close and is ending on a powerful note. The final spirit day of the week is Superhero day. Some students wore superhero shirts to school and a few took it a couple steps further with wacky costumes from head to toe of their favorite superheros. Timmy Buehne (12) walked...

Open ANP goes through remodeling

Open ANP goes through remodeling

Courtney Kluge, Features Editor

September 17, 2012

Many students were left in the dark at the beginning of the school year with the unknowing changes of open Academic Networking Period (ANP) privileges this year at OHS. Recently, however, students were informed that privileges have been reinstated for all the seniors who qualified for the yellow lanyard. “There...

The cat’s meow

The cat's meow

Courtney Kluge, Editor

August 17, 2012

With the upcoming school year ahead for OHS students, there are bound to be many new changes for Our House. One definite difference at Oakville is the new bronze tiger statue in the commons. What many students do not know, however, is that there is a lot more to this piece of metal than meets the eye. O...

The Class of 2013 chooses their senior exec

Courtney Kluge, Features Editor

May 15, 2012

After a week of intense poster wars and cake bribery, the class of 2013 chose six people to be on next year’s senior exec. On May 2, 12 juniors ran for five positions on the senior executive board. Each candidate tried to woo the crowd with convincing speeches. Ashley Jones, Molly Duggan, Ryan Hand...

OHS choir solo and ensemble

OHS choir solo and ensemble

Courtney Kluge, Features Editor

March 14, 2012

OHS choir students made a definite impression at the MSHSAA District Solo and Ensemble Festival on March 3. Walking away with almost every group and soloist making state, it is safe to say it was a successful day. MSHSAA District Solo and Ensemble Festival consisted of 14 ensemble groups and 25 soloists...

FAC’s department gives back

FAC’s department gives back

Courtney Kluge, Features Editor

February 13, 2012

It has been the season for giving around OHS. For one department, they are taking giving back to a whole different meaning. FAC’s teacher Ms. Stephanie Becker heard about “Teens For Jeans” online. “Teens For Jeans” is a way of giving back sponsored by dosomething.org and Aeropostale. All they ask for are...

OHS student hits high note

Courtney Kluge, Features Editor

December 15, 2011

Twelve trombones were selected from across Missouri to participate in the Missouri All-State Orchestra. Zachary Bearden (10), an OHS student, was selected to participate. On Dec. 3, Bearden went to Hickman High School in Columbia, MO to perform on his trombone in front of a series of judges. In order...

Don’t Yah’ Know? OHS Journalism students win big in Minnesota

Don’t Yah’ Know? OHS Journalism students win big in Minnesota

Courtney Kluge, Features Editor

November 23, 2011

A group of students from OHS’s Newspaper, Yearbook, and Broadcast staff hit the road this weekend for a great learning experience. The group traveled to Minneapolis, MN for the JEA/NSPA National Journalism Convention on Wednesday, Nov. 16 and returned Sunday, Nov. 20. The studentshad a fun, adventurous...

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