Next spring will be here before you know it, and with it comes prom. East’s prom committee is already hard at work to ensure that its attendants enjoy a night they’ll never forget.
At the November 12th board meeting held in East’s Community Room, a proposed change in course scheduling would play a significant role in the schedules of next year’s freshmen and beyond.
In the second part of a series, East’s teachers reflect upon the role that cultural representation plays an important part of students’ education.
As a new class of incoming freshmen prepare to call East its home, the parents anticipate what’s in store for the next four years.
Could it really be as simple as a matter of black & white? The first part of a report into East’s curriculum examines how much what kids are learning in school reflects the diverse cultural identity of the students that populate the school.
In an era of ever-growing political division, East’s Political Action Club serves a space where young Democrats and Republicans can come together.
The still night of Saturday, October 20th, was filled with the shrieks of Plank middle school students as they participated in the charitable annual zombie apocalypse run.
Protesters march on Chicago on Saturday, October 13th, to generate interest in the mid-term elections to be held on November 6th.
Seven Oswego East students have been recognized for their academic work by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation.
The Health Occupation Students of America took its first step in putting East evermore on the map by hosting the school’s first 5K run.
In the first of two visits the Central Intelligence Agency will make to the school, agents visited with students to introduce to the possibility of a career in the CIA.
The limitations of freedom speech & the right to protest come front & center once more as Nike stands with Kaepernick by making him the face of the brand.
Students returned from the summer to discover the rising cost of getting involved. Students will now pay upwards of $65 in order to participate in clubs and activities at East.
The Upstanders Club begins its mission of highlighting, discussing, & addressing social issues in the school and community.
The annual week leading up to the Homecoming game & dance was filled with color & spirited fun.
Oswego East & Oswego High School’s joint Gear It Forward robotics team attended the late-April Worlds competition.
East’s Science Olympiad team used their broad knowledge in the subject of science to made to the state competition where they earned the title of 14th in the state.
While debate over the First Amendment continues on college campuses, some students and staff reflect on the environment at East.
On April 5th, Oswego East opened its doors to this year’s 8th grade students, giving them an advance look at the place they’ll call home for the next four years.
While thousands across the nation marched, hundreds of students lined the halls of Oswego East during a nationwide walkout.
A royal, fun time was had by all in the Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, February 28th, as the school crowned this year’s Mr. OE.
Foods and performances from all over the world gathered in the commons and the PAC for a night of cultural celebration.
As part of the season’s Christmas celebrations Oswego East students played Santa Claus by writing letters to young children of the community.
Oswego East’s Health Occupations Students of America (HOSA) dissects the history of the club and examines what it will do to encourage students to take an interest in a future in medicine.
Returning from the 2016-2017 season, in which the team received the prestigious Chairman’s Award, the Robotics team is all systems go as it prepares to replicate and surpass the success of last year.
Trump’s rollback of Obama era birth control protections could have a significant impact on women across the nation. It stands to have an impact for the young women of Oswego East High School as well.
Studies find a significant political divide among American adults. Here at Oswego East, the divide isn’t as pronounced, as some students & staff practice cooperation and open discussion.