Time to kiss a senior

Shellie McIver, Reporter

May 9, 2011

Underclassmen have one last chance to send a senior something sweet before they graduate. “Kiss a senior goodbye is an event that StuCo puts on every year in honor of the seniors,” StuCo member Kelsey Boyle (11) said. StucCo works hard to send cards with fruit snacks to the seniors. They...

Relationships serve a purpose

Relationships serve a purpose

Shellie McIver, Reporter

April 26, 2011

Some people think high school relationships are a waste of time and are not important. However, being in a high school relationship could teach you a lot about yourself. Having a relationship with someone when you are young can give a touch of experience. They can teach you what you like in a person...

Senior leaves an impression

Shellie McIver, Reporter

April 26, 2011

Chelsea Self (12) is a talented artist whose work has been chosen to be showcased. Self had five pieces of her work from AP Studio Art showcased in three shows last weekend in the St. Louis Artists’ Guild show, which showcases the work of high school students. Last year, Self had four pieces of...

Sophomores and Juniors will dance the night away

Shellie McIver, Reporter

February 17, 2011

The Sophomore class and Junior class each have a dance to attend on Thursday, Feb. 17. The sophomore dance is going to be held at OHS in Gymnasium A. Morris LaGrand, the sophomore class President, said themes were put on a ballet and the sophomores voted for the one they liked best. The theme of...

Effects of icy roads

Effects of icy roads

Shellie McIver, Reporter

January 6, 2011

Due to the icy roads on Dec. 16, school was called off. Some students were excited they could have a day off, while others were concerned about their finals. It put more stress on students and teachers to get everything done before winter break. “I needed [the snow day] because I’ve been so...

Poetry in chemistry class

Shellie McIver, Reporter

December 10, 2010

Dr. Steve Roth gave a poetry assignment to his sophomore chemistry class a few weeks ago. The students were told to come up with a poem about wavelengths for their assignment because they are studying the Electromagnetic Spectrum. Alex Dieckmann (10), chemistry student, said the purpose for writing...

Speech and Debate takes home awards

Shellie McIver, Reporter

November 18, 2010

Speech and Debate students took home awards at Parkway West on Oct. 29 and 30. Miles Larson (12), took home third for the Champ Lincoln Douglas Debate. “You can expect Oakville Speech and Debate to take home a lot of trophies this year,” said Larson. Kelley Moynihan (12) and Rachel Scott...

Student makes All Suburban High School Honors Orchestra

Student makes All Suburban High School Honors Orchestra

Shellie McIver, Reporter

November 16, 2010

Nervous about her audition, Marissa Sheppard (10) was the first student from OHS to make the All Suburban High School Honors Orchestra. The All Suburban High School Honors Orchestra is an orchestra consisting of students from different high schools in the St. Louis area. The orchestra only has three...

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