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A New Addition to the AP Course List

Gabriel Fernandez-Ramsey, Reporter

November 5, 2018

Filed under Student Life

This year a new class with a focus on the fundamental skills needed by college students has been added to the growing list of Advanced Placement classes: AP Seminar. It is currently a class only offered during first period wit...

Cultivating a More Diverse Campus

Anjanette Tadiaman, Editor-in-Chief

November 5, 2018

Filed under Student Life

The question of diverse representation has risen this October with a month full of celebrating different cultures. Filipino American Heritage is celebrated all throughout the month of October, Simchat Torah, a Jewish holiday, was ce...

Swarm Sweeties

Anjanette Tadiaman, Editor-in-Chief

November 5, 2018

Filed under OHS, Student Life

Debuting their first routine at the 2018 Senior Goodbye Rally and at Jacket Connect to welcome the incoming freshmen was the Oxnard High School Dance Drill Team’s (OHSDDT) way of announcing themselves as a new addition to the school...

Attendance on Check

November 5, 2018

Filed under Student Life, Uncategorized

This year the staff at Oxnard High School is enforcing the attendance policy, by adding new rules for the student body. The new rules include being at school 90% of the time, not being tardy more than 10 times in a quarter, and...

Looking Beyond

Ilse Cruz and Leonela Joaquin

June 4, 2018

Filed under OHS, Student Life

As senior year rolls by, many english teachers construct a senior project in which many graduating students create depending on their future line of career.   Apart from discovering what the students are most passionate abo...

Love, Simon Provides a Fresh Perspective on the Rainbow

Leila Luis, Reporter

June 4, 2018

Filed under Entertainment, OHS, Student Life

The film Love, Simon is about what every teenager who identifies him or herself part of the LGBTQ+ community goes through by “coming out of the closet” or opening up about their sexuality. Seventeen year old Simon Spier t...

Every Second Counts

Anjanette Tadiaman, Editor

June 4, 2018

Filed under OHS, Sports, Student Life

The Oxnard High School swim team proved to have a very successful season because of the multiple records that were broken by some swimmers. Among these impressive feats were the 200 medley relay records broken for both the gir...

One Less Tradition

Ilse Ramirez, Reporter

June 4, 2018

Filed under OHS, Student Life

For years, on graduation day in the Oxnard Union High School District, seniors from all schools show their school colors by having the females wear one solid color, and the males another school color. This would not only look...

Saying “Gracias” to Garza

Jessica Abd, Reporter

June 4, 2018

Filed under OHS, Profile, Student Life

Mrs. Celia Garza has been teaching Native Speaker Spanish 2 and 3 as well as Advanced Placement Spanish 4 at Oxnard High School for 21 years. The time has come for her to retire and say goodbye to the school she has known for...

Dream Come True

Maria Sanchez, Editor

June 4, 2018

Filed under OHS, Student Life

As they enter high school, students begin to form their path as young adults and set goals for themselves such as what college they would want to attend and what career they would want to pursue. They have to make decisions in ...

Debate Goes To State Again

Anjanette Tadiaman, Editor

June 4, 2018

Filed under OHS, Student Life

The Oxnard High School English and Spanish debate teams’ successful season this year began at the Regional State Migrant Speech and Debate Competition at Oxnard College on March 17, 2018. After winning first place against Pac...

Count on Counselors

Alyssa Vega, Editor

June 4, 2018

Filed under OHS, Student Life

For the upcoming year at Oxnard High School, there will be new changes to the counseling system. Next year, counselors will be assigned to students according to grade levels, rather than split up by what academy a student is in...

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