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February 18, 2020

Library switches genres

OHS Library reorganizes their genres. Here, Science Fiction and Fantasy are combined, but soon, they will have their own section thanks to efforts of the librarians at Mehlville High School.
February 11, 2020

Libraries in the Mehlville School District have had the same genres for as long as we can remember. But new book shipments happen every semester, making it a lot harder for students to find books that...

New classes strike OHS

Mr. Steven King looks through new classes offered here at OHS
February 3, 2020

Last November the Mehlville Board of Education approved 26 new high school classes for the 2020-2021 school year at OHS. The students are selecting their classes for next year in the next two weeks....

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December 13, 2019

Cheer ‘flips out’ for SOMO

OHS cheerleaders and the SOMO Shine cheer team take a picture together to remember the day.
December 5, 2019

OHS cheerleaders help sponsor many different camps throughout the season, but Special Olympics Missouri (SOMO) Shine cheerleading practices hold a special place in many cheerleader’s hearts.  The...

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December 5, 2019

Would you eat crickets?

Megan Diel (12) and Alexis Perulfi (12) tries the cricket powder at the COE presentation.
October 25, 2019

A local innovator visited business students to speak about her business and how she hopes that her product will not “bug” people anymore. On Oct. 23, business students in Ms. Amy Clark’s first...

Seniors experience Fright Fest early

Seniors Rylee Koenig, Riley Hicks, and Maddie Brutton exit the first house, Slaughterhouse.
October 15, 2019

About 100 seniors got to experience Six Flags Fright Fest a few days early, thanks to Mr. Ross Bullington. Bullington was the assistant principal from 2012-2018 but had worked in the Mehlville School...

Field hockey adapts to playing on home turf for first time

Emma Rose Seger (11) defends the ball before it gets to the goal.
October 3, 2019

At the beginning of the fall sports season, field hockey finally got to feel at home. After years of playing on the Oakville Middle School field, field hockey finally got the opportunity to practice...

Seniors get the opportunity to paint their own Tiger Paw Prints

Lauren Halamicek (12) paints her paw print on the blacktop behind the football field on Sept. 4.
September 23, 2019

Seniors are leaving their mark on OHS. Literally.  Over the last couple of years, the Oakville Cheer Program has done a fundraiser through their booster program that allows the students to purchase...

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