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...

The Bake Sale Ban

Hannah Purdy, Editorial Assistant

October 22, 2014

It has been two full months since the start of school, and student-life is in full swing.  However, there has been a concerning absence of one of OHS students’ favorite traditions- the bake sale.  In the past, bake sales have been run by student clubs and athletic teams as a way to fundraise for...

Athlete of the Month: Gabriella Hagerman

Gabby in action in one of the many sports she is involved in.

Dina Barossi, Layout Editor

October 21, 2014

As senior and star athlete Gabby Hagerman begins to wrap up her last soccer season at Ossining High School, we were able to catch up with her and have her shed some light on the difficulties involved with playing multiple sports year round, and to discuss her already stellar athletic year at OHS.   TC: What sports do you play? Which one d...

The Love of Three Oranges

The school's poster for the play.

Somari Davis, Staff Writer

September 30, 2014

It’s that time of the school year already. The fall play has arrived! This year at Ossining High School, the production chosen was The Love of Three Oranges, written by Hillary DePiano. After sitting down with Ms. Beattie--the school’s drama teacher as well as OHS’ director for all drama club pro...

Should Student ID’s Be Mandatory?

Should Student ID's Be Mandatory?

Dina Barossi, Layout Editor

September 30, 2014

Our generation is living in a post-9/11 world.  We are accustom to heightened security all around us; the reality of a TSA pat down, the idea that large government agencies can track our every move on the internet and phones, and the ubiquitous mantra that is drilled into our heads, “See Something,...

A New Club in Town: The Story of The Teenage Republicans Club

There's a new club in town!

Elliott Reichman, Staff Writer

December 18, 2013

On December 11th, 2013, a new club was initiated. The Teenage Republicans Club attracted 25 students to its first meeting. The Current got to sit down with Aaron Spring, the chairman and founder of the Teenage Republicans Club to find out what it’s all about. The Current: Aaron, why did you start...

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