The Current

Ossining Science Research Strikes Again

Ossining High School science research students take their seats at the 2016 WESEF award ceremony

The Current, Ossining High School's Student Newspaper

March 14, 2016

With all of the basketball championships and theatre productions going on around this busy end-of-winter season, it's at times easy to forget the many academic accomplishments that our students  here at OHS have managed to achieve - and achieve they do. This weekend, Ossining sophomores, juniors,...

Don’t Panic, Just Work Through It: Study Tips from The Current

Don’t Panic, Just Work Through It: Study Tips from The Current

Srindi Polkampally, Staff Writer

January 25, 2016

With midterms almost upon us, there is a last minute scurry to study and score as much as possible. Midterms are just a test and by following review plans and test taking techniques, it’s as easy to get through as a ten point quiz. The ideal situation would be if you were prepared and ready at leas...

Artist of the Month: Jen Meikle

Artist of the Month: Jen Meikle

Lior Raz- Farley, Entertainment Editor

December 21, 2015

This month we have Jen Meikle, a well-rounded artist who has received experience as a painter, drawer, and sculptor through the school and during her free time. Her artwork, as shown throughout the school, is respected by anyone who sees it. As a drawer, Meikle leans towards animals and naturalistic themes...

Underclass Exemption

Underclass Exemption

Darwin Arias, Staff Writer

December 17, 2015

Ossining High School is one of the many public schools in Westchester that provides a  handful of diverse sports and opportunities for their students to become active, make new friends, and enjoy their high school experience.OHS offers many engaging sports and after-school activities to keep their educat...

Holiday Hiatus; Is it Really a Break?

Holiday Hiatus; Is it Really a Break?

Somari Davis, Opinion's Editor

December 17, 2015

Every school year no matter what holiday break or extended weekend, students receive homework. Whether it is in math, science, or English class there is always homework. But, the matter in question is how much is enough homework to call it a ‘break’? Teachers notify students of their assigned ho...

An Inside Look at the Success of Ossining Robotics

Team members making last minute adjustments to the robot before competition.

Hannah Purdy, Editorial Assistant

April 10, 2015

In 2011, Engineering teacher Mr. Albrecht and Physics teacher Mr. Scinta created the Robotics Team here at Ossining High School. It was an extension of the preexisting Engineering Club and was made after student expressed interest in the field of robotics. They had a goal of providing curious students...

Should Auditorium Gimme the Mic Concerts Be Accessible to All?

Should Auditorium Gimme the Mic Concerts Be Accessible to All?

Brianna Raysor, Opinions Editor

March 29, 2015

Gimme the Mic is a performance based class where students study vocal and performance techniques of various styles of contemporary music; self expression is heavily focused on in this course. Students also get the opportunity to showcase their talents in several concerts in school and public venues,...

Ossining Science Research Students Claim Top Prize at NY State Junior Science Symposium for Third Year in a Row

Ossining Science Research students representing Westchester County at the New York 

State Junior Science & Humanities Symposium held March 12th & 13th, 2015 in Albany, NY.

Cheryl Lagan, OHS Site Manager

March 19, 2015

Each year for the past 30 years, the most outstanding high school seniors with the best research projects in New York come together at the state capital on the campus of The State University at Albany to compete for two prestigious spots to represent our State at the National Junior Science Symposium....

Athlete of the Month: Elizabeth Keeley

Keeley is one of Ossining's  most talented runners in recent years.

Somari Davis, Staff Writer

March 4, 2015

Between finishing up her senior year and prepping for her freshman year in college, The Current was able to catch up with OHS long-distance runner, Elizabeth Keeley. Since the 7th grade, she has participated in track and field as well as cross-country. Keeley has set out from her freshman year to accomplish...

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