2023-2024 Homecoming Court Announced

At the beginning of second period on Sept. 22, the Student Council President, junior Kyra Pattison, announced the 2023-2024 Homecoming Court to the student body over the intercom. The nominees excitedly gathered in the main office to receive their sashes and take a picture together.  The nominations for Homecoming King were seniors Mario Cielo-Salinas, Drake Dunnett, Aidan Poniatowski, Cole Sobotka, and Lemmarr Thomas.

Panther Pride Bracelets Show Unity

Oswego High School has taken great strides throughout the years in order to ensure that everyone feels welcomed and appreciated.   This year, Panther Pride is evident on the wrists of both students and staff with bright orange and blue bracelets.

Scholarship Fundraiser Brings in Almost $700

On Tuesday, Aug. 24, 2023, attendees to the Special Education Department’s fundraiser at Culver's in Oswego helped raise money towards scholarships for Oswego High School students. During that event, 20 percent of all Culver's sales were to this cause, which will assist students with their plans.  “At curriculum night, they donated a whole bunch of free ice cream to spread the word, put flyers out, and sent things out to families,” said Cara Brown, Department Chair for Special Education.“In total $691.85 was raised.”

Your Ticket to 2023 HoCo: All the Details You Need

Oswego High School will once again host its annual Homecoming dance on Sept. 30. All students must check in no later than 8:00 p.m. with the new theme “Las Vegas.” This year’s Homecoming dance will be at Oswego High School’s auxiliary gym. The field house will also be open to students for coat check, games, the photo booth, and tables to sit down and relax at.

OHS Celebrates 60 Years of Panther Pride

For the 60th anniversary of the Oswego High School building on Route 71, OHS staff showed their Panther spirit with matching navy blue shirts boasting the ever-changing growth and development in the district.

All About That Green: A Summary of Teen Work Experiences this Summer

As schools let out and the air grew warmer, teenagers’ minds turned to one thing: money. From fast food to lifeguarding, teens in Oswego got to work this summer, all with a variety of experiences and opinions.