…And what to do afterward For some, deciding what college to go to after having concrete options is easy, but for many, it can be quite complicated. When making the decision, consideration has to be given to potential majors, school-specific opportunities, living situations, and overall finances. For example, if someone who wants to study marine biology was accepted into an honors program with one college … Continue reading College Acceptance
Next August, High School 13 will be up and running. This past November, the Howard County Board of Education solidified the redistricting plan and announced specifics about High School 13 for the 2023-2024 school year. Situated in Jessup, High School 13 will receive students from Hammond, Howard, and Long Reach High Schools. Students will be moved from Mount Hebron to Howard High School, Howard to … Continue reading High School 13 Details
This week, Narnia is coming to OM! On November 17th, Oakland Mills’ Theater Company will be putting on the play The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe based on the 1950 novel of the same name by C. S. Lewis. In the play, the Pevensie siblings travel through a wardrobe in an old mansion and arrive in the fantasy world of Narnia. While there, the … Continue reading Narnia At OM!
Since 2009, OMHS has been scheduled to receive renovations, yet, renovations have continuously been delayed. Most recently, the renovations scheduled for 2026 were delayed until 2033. On September 21, the OMHS Student Executive Board held an assembly explaining exactly what that would mean for the school, urging students to testify at the HCPSS Board of Education meeting with their perspectives. Hundreds of students signed a … Continue reading Rescheduled Renovations for OMHS
The Newest Familiar Face at OM Welcome back hOMe to Mr. Warner, the newest social studies teacher here at OM! A 2007 OMHS graduate himself, Mr. Warner decided to return to the OM cOMmunity with his family. In his words, “There’s a reason why many of the teachers have been here for a very very long time. Having left and had some perspective on what … Continue reading Mr. Warner Returning hOMe