To encourage students to think about life after high school, Oswego High School teachers are beginning to post quotes made out of college logos and letters on classroom doors as a project coordinated by AVID, a college readiness program.
Oswego High School students participated in the first Day of Reading of the 2018-2019 school year on Friday, Sept. 28.
Every year, the staff has a chili contest on Staff Appreciation day. This year on Sept.11, Mr. Chris Hupke, a counselor at Oswego High School, was announced as the winner. Check out this video to see Mr. Hupke’s reaction and what he won!
Right after Chops and Sonny dropped their first song, I immediately became interested in working with them. They caught so much of my attention that I wanted to buy my own microphone so they could record their projects at my house.
Now, this one is a classic, and if you haven’t seen it already, it is a must-see. “The Hunt for Red October,” directed by John McTiernan, is one of those movies that just doesn’t get old. It is a brilliant film that is based off a novel, which was written by Tom Clancy.
Oswego High School and Oswego East High School students and others from the local community attended this year’s Crosstown football game on Oct. 5 to watch their schools' teams play.
If a person is around high-school age, would they be able to access our school while carrying a semi automatic pistol? The answer is yes.
As a middle-class teenager, I don’t come from a lot of money, so I have to work for the things that I want. I know I’m not the only one in this situation, so having school end earlier would be better for students like me because we could have more time to do our homework and other household requirements before we go to work.
But why does a locker room even get locked in the first place? The only way anything can possibly get stolen is if someone is filled with stupidity and doesn’t lock their locker. A used lock for three dollars is not going to break the bank.