Seniors win in return of BOTC

BY KATELYN BUCHALTER  Editor At-Large              On May 17, all four grades, Famous Freshman, Saddle up Sophomores, Jailbreak Juniors, and Secret Service Seniors, competed in the Battle of the Classes. The return of the traditionally annual event for the first time since 2019 took place from 6-9 pm, making it an evening event for theContinue reading “Seniors win in return of BOTC”

The Drama Program Presents: Something Rotten

BY OLIVIA VAN DEURSEN              Something Rotten, this spring’s theatrical production, will be hosted on March 23, 24, and 25 in the auditorium. The musical, set during the Renaissance period, will feature 42 cast members portraying well-known figures, as well as other characters, of the time period.               The musical required a long and substantial preparationContinue reading “The Drama Program Presents: Something Rotten”

Talented teens entertain at Talent Show

BY NATALIE GOLDBERG  Clubs Editor              On February 22, students of all grades took to the stage to execute their skills in the annual Talent Show. While the majority of the acts featured singing or piano playing, the show also included dance, color guard, and band performances.              Senior Anthony Margiotto, took home first placeContinue reading “Talented teens entertain at Talent Show”

Seniors seek instant acceptance

BY OLIVIA VAN DEURSEN             On January 25, over 70 seniors signed met with admission counselors from 16 different colleges and universities for an opportunity to be accepted to them right on the spot, evading the dreaded admission process. The event, which was organized by senior class guidance counselors Laura Laubach, Jill McAleenan, and KristieContinue reading “Seniors seek instant acceptance”

Return of the rally

BY NICOLE FRACZKOWSKA AND ISABELLE MAMARA              On December 23, Old Bridge High School hosted its first pep rally since 2019. The entire student body and staff gathered to join in an energetic display of pride and community bonding right before winter break.               The faculty band kicked off the event, featuring Vice Principal James OliveriContinue reading “Return of the rally”

The big band takes the stage

BY BARBIE SHONIA              On December 20, over eighty student musicians took to the stage to show off their talents in the Winter Instrumental Concert, directed by Melissa Thatcher. The concert featured a selection of winter and holiday themed songs performed by different groups of musicians.              The show opened with performances of “O HolyContinue reading “The big band takes the stage”