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When walking into room 235, you can find a colorful room filled with books and an eager teacher ready to chat. Michael Leali is an alumnus and teacher of Oswego High School, who is close to publishing his first book, “The Civil War of Amos Abernathy.”
Whether you're looking to stand out in a college application or simply looking to get more involved, joining a variety of Honor societies could be a great option for you! A wide range of options are available, especially here at Oswego High School, and right now is the perfect time to start on those pesky applications.
The Black Student Association (BSA) of Oswego High School was founded in 2017 by Ms. Shaunise Thomas, who has been the leader of the BSA since its founding. The Association is open to all students who wish...
There’s nothing that screams “high school sports team” more than four teenage boys not being able to keep straight faces for more than a minute at a time. OHS senior infielder Camden Pick can’t help but burst out laughing every time I would asked him questions; the other boys, catcher Tyler Stack, infielder Cade Duffin, and infielder Will Pavlick all crowd around him, laughing and giggling. The past season was heavily affected by COVID-19, and as a result, the Oswego High School baseball team wasn’t able to complete a full season, major events like playoffs, and the possibility of state meant something different.
It’s no big secret that the road traffic conditions surrounding Oswego High School are a giant mess, but in this case, worsening winter weather is affecting one of the most necessary places students rely on to get the school day started: the drop-off line. 

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