LOHS student musicians take All-State

Serena Lum, Editor-In-Chief

January 8, 2020

Eighteen LOHS student musicians from choir, orchestra and band took All-State. This program run by the Oregon Music Education Association gathers students from all around Oregon to perform together with renowned conductors. Wi...

We’ll miss you, Ms. Moscato!

Andrea Yang, Editor-In-Chief

January 8, 2020

Former attendance secretary Tammy Moscato has started the next chapter of her journey as Head Secretary of Lake Grove Elementary. Her last day at LOHS was on Nov. 15, and her first day at her new position was on Nov. 18. On...

LO district staff undergo mandatory training following Title VI civil complaints

Kyla Schmitt, Copy Editor, Columnist

January 6, 2020

“Coaching Peace” speaker Diana Cutaia led LOHS staff members through mandatory training on Wednesday, Dec. 4 following Title VI (pertaining to race, color or national origin) civil complaints that were filed against the Lake Oswego school di...

Student senate votes to degender Mayfete court

Michael Murray and Jon Wood

January 6, 2020

The LOHS student Senate voted to approve an amendment to the LOHS student constitution that would degender the Mayfete court. The amendment officially removes the gender-based requirements and labels for the Mayfete court, renaming the court memb...

Computer science classes offer AP or dual credit opportunities for students

Michael Murray and Jon Wood

January 6, 2020

Lake Oswego High School has added three computer science class offerings over the last two years: Intro to Programming, Computer Programming in C++ and AP Computer Science A. In Intro to Programming, students learn to writ...

Take part in Canned Food Drive Spirit Week

Andrea Yang, Editor-In-Chief

December 17, 2019

This year, LOHS is combining the end of the Canned Food Drive with an exciting Spirit Week. Senior class Secretary Ellie Nicoll, who plays a key role in publicizing the program, explained, “We really wanted to have the Canne...

ToMarrow club to save lives

Sophia Wang, Staffer

December 11, 2019

Students for ToMarrow club will be having a fundraiser from Dec. 16-20 at lunch with candy canes on sale for $1 near the cafeteria. The first ever high school club aiming to register donors for the international bone marrow r...

2019 PSAT results finally out

Mimi Jeandheur, Staffer

December 11, 2019

Attention PSAT 2019 takers! Tuesday, Dec. 10th marks the day PSAT scores will be made available on collegeboard.com. Technically, you’ve already been able to view them for the past couple days on Naviance, but the official b...

Students reflect summer Rotary conference, the World Affairs Seminar

Grace Goverman, Managing Editor

November 24, 2019

Last summer, three intrepid LOHS students attended the World Affairs Seminar to expand their horizons and contemplate worldwide issues. Senior Sabrina Safari and juniors Liza Wadell and George Danzelaud were Lake Oswego High School’s...

LOJ doesn’t have enough gym space for their sixth graders

Jackson Rickert, Staffer

November 24, 2019

Since the start of this school year, LOJ sixth graders have been using LOHS athletic  facilities for their P.E. classes.  “The LOHS gym is an upgrade from having to go to Uplands last year,” said sixth grade P.E. teach...

What is Brexit?: From a student’s perspective

Samuel Treasarden, Broadcast Manager

November 24, 2019

Over three years ago, on June 21, 2016, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland held a referendum in which two options were presented. One was to remain in the European Union, and the other was to leave it. Afte...

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