I hope I represent the class of 22’ when I express my excitement for our return to in-person school this year. We’ve seen it all: normal school, online school, partial in-person school, strictly regulated in-person school, and now, somewhat normal (although masked) school. At this point, I would consider our class high school experts.
Meet two student council representatives with this short Q&A!
The rap community has just entered a musical all-you-can-eat buffet, so you better get your plate.
Get to know one of the new math teachers this year, Shahd!
As climate change and its effects batters much of the U.S, Hurricanes are continuously becoming more and more common in the South and on the East Coast.
Coming off a year of uncertainty and confusion, the OES Cross Country team is looking strong.
This year, popularity for the War in Afghanistan was at an all time low in the United States.
Anna Blake Patrick
COVID-19 may have uprooted all our lives, but no one was impacted quite as profoundly as those in the OES Dorms.
The past two years have been rough for students all over the globe. Our lives had to be put on hold as we all started to navigate the pandemic. We all knew everything would never be the same again, but finally, kids at OES have returned to the closest thing we could consider to be our new normal, and started off the 2021-2022 school year back on-campus.
There have always been three guaranteed things which come with the start of fall at OES: the rain, the sun, and, of course, the Homecoming games. This year, all three are back with excitement.