Playwright, Director Mr. Steeves on “The Forgotten Moon” & Theatre During COVID

Q: In a nutshell, what’s the play, The Forgotten Moon, about?  A (Mr. Steeves, English teacher and playwright/director of The Forgotten Moon): Here’s the synopsis: Martin Fischer keeps meeting himself. Ever since he was a baby, versions of him keep popping up in his life. And since the death of his grandfather, Martin has always loved,Continue reading “Playwright, Director Mr. Steeves on “The Forgotten Moon” & Theatre During COVID”

Fall Sports Wind Down & the Wins Stack Up

As fall sports wind down, let’s take a look back at all the accomplishments achieved recently by the Oak Creek Knights! The indestructible Isabella Ross has added another medal to her collection by winning her third straight sectional. With this achievement, Ross became eligible for the state tournament. In her freshman year, Ross finished 42ndContinue reading “Fall Sports Wind Down & the Wins Stack Up”

Take Your Pick! OCHS Offers a Plethora of Clubs

By Rebecca Zelten A great way to get involved with school happenings and connect with other students who have interests and hobbies similar to you is to join a club. Whether you are passionate about an activity or looking to expand your knowledge on a subject, clubs are an excellent source of information. From AnimeContinue reading “Take Your Pick! OCHS Offers a Plethora of Clubs”

OCHS production sells out before opening night

By Jonathan Phung The opening week of the Oak Creek High School Theatre Program’s production of Fiddler on the Roof has been a great success!  It lives up to the reputation created by the  students involved, having sold out completely even before opening night.  Fiddler on the Roof is based on Sholom Aleichem’s Tevye andContinue reading “OCHS production sells out before opening night”

OCHS Mock Trial attends the Regional Conference

By Riya Lahoti This past weekend presented Mock Trial’s annual regional conference. Mock trial is a nation-wide organization that provides an opportunity to witness a real-life trial to students who are interested in either law or drama. However, the “case” is a simulation that originated from a real court case. As participants in the simulation,Continue reading “OCHS Mock Trial attends the Regional Conference”

Oak Creek’s FBLA teams dominate at their Regional Competition

By Riya Lahoti Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) is one of the largest clubs at Oak Creek High School with over 100 members. During the first weekend of February 2020, the members of FBLA attended the Regional Competition at Muskego High School. The competition assesses a broad range of business and career-related areas, andContinue reading “Oak Creek’s FBLA teams dominate at their Regional Competition”

OCHS Artists Swing into 2020 with Talent and Jazz

By Sarbjeet Kaur Colorful works of art lined the usually dull walls of Oak Creek High School, luring an ever growing crowd to fill the cramped lobby and catch a glimpse into the bared souls of brooding teenage artists. Mothers, with cameras in hand to eternalize their child awkwardly standing next to their drawings, boastedContinue reading “OCHS Artists Swing into 2020 with Talent and Jazz”

German Club peruses Christkindlmarkt

by Sarbjeet Kaur It was a strange sight: 30 high school students from Wisconsin trying to blend in with the typical hustle and bustle of Chicago. I recall a group of freshmen betting who could shout the word bubbler the most. It was chilly enough to see pom-poms on the tops of hats, adorning busyContinue reading “German Club peruses Christkindlmarkt”