Archive for '2017-2018'

O-high staff show their Halloween spirit!

O-high staff show their Halloween spirit!

By Buna Poeng, Harvey Pham, Calvin Hien, Kim Zhen, and Angie Nanphosy Happy Halloween! Many teachers at Oakland High showed up to school in their costumes this Tuesday morning. After a long week of dressing up [...]

Oakland High Injuries

Oakland High Injuries

By Iris Ard, Princess Paulmerie, Jade Thomas  High school athletes are working  their body hard and some sustain injury while doing it. Senior Fredrick Mackay sprained a ligament in his top right shoulder and bone separation. [...]

Swim Team hopeful despite setback

Swim Team hopeful despite setback

Byline: Iris Ard, Princess Paulmerie, Jade Thomas Due to the fact that the pool is polluted with fiberglass, the swim team isn’t able to practice in the pool. Clare Burger, the Oakland High swim coach and [...]

Music assembly celebrates Halloween

Music assembly celebrates Halloween

By: Emily Liang, Eva Li, Jason Chuong, & Kearra Shaw On Oct. 31, Oakland High band teacher David Byrd is hosting a Jazz and Orchestra concert during fourth period, in celebration of Halloween in the lower [...]

Class out of water

Class out of water

Swim class on hold until pool is fixed By: Gieanne Aldana Oakland High’s Live Oak Pool is closed for the time being. People in OHS swimming classes have been devastated because of this problem. “I feel [...]

Meet Mr. Robeson!

Meet Mr. Robeson!

By Buna Poeng Entering his second year at the school, Doug Robeson, known as Mr. Robeson in the classroom, seems to be settling in well here at Oakland High. Robeson is a math teacher who teaches [...]

Latinos Unidos brings back popular assembly

By: Kim Zhen Latinos Unidos is a Latinx club where the students celebrate culture in their communities at school and outside of school. Latinos Unidos has done a lot of planning for the Latino Heritage Month [...]

Different cultures flourish at Oakland High

Different cultures flourish at Oakland High

By Harvey Pham Many people make mistaken assumptions about the student demographics at Oakland High, which is actually a diverse school with no racial majority. There are clubs that support students’ cultures like the South West [...]

ESA students take on lunch waste

ESA students take on lunch waste

By: Eva Li On Oct. 9, ESA juniors started its annual Waste Diversion Program, which is a program that attempts to separate lunch waste efficiently, according to Christopher Johnston, an ESA English teacher who is the [...]