As a diverse and inclusive 21st-Century school, our mission is to graduate students prepared for future success through a safe, supportive, and intellectually challenging environment committed to the values of Spartan PRIDE.
OLCHS students and staff participated in the annual Student Council Thanksgiving food drive. Cans, paper goods and over $1,750 in cash/gift cards were collected on November 21.
On November 11, 90 student leaders attended the annual Student Leadership Conference hosted by Student Council, National Honor Society and Student Athletic Leadership Team. The theme was “Stepping Up.”
When Charlotte Gallian recently injured her knee and had to miss dance team practice at Oak Lawn Community High School, it appeared to be a setback. However, Gallian stayed committed to learning the moves, learned her steps, and actually knew the whole routine when she returned to the floor. Gallian’s dedication to the team and to the routine certainly impressed her coach.
Sophomore Julia Krok tried out for the cheerleading team for the first time this year, and even though she is only a sophomore, she made the varsity squad. The fact that she is a dancer and has those skills made a difference, but it was what she brings to the table mentally with attitude that really makes her stand out for the Oak Lawn Community High School cheerleading team.
November 15 marks the official statewide observance of School Board Members Day in Illinois. Each year, this day is an opportunity to show support for your board of education and the individual school board members who are committed to providing a local voice for your educational decisions.
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