From Nimes to New Jersey

BY ABIGAIL PERSAUD              Students from Nimes, France visited Old Bridge High School recently to experience life in America as part of the Foreign Exchange Program.               The students got to see the differences in small everyday activities and learn about each others’ lives. “Even driving to school was fun because my student wouldContinue reading “From Nimes to New Jersey”

Red Cross Club saves over 200 lives

BY ISABELLE MARMARA                The Red Cross Club hosted their first Blood Drive since 2019 on April 21. Every two seconds, someone in America needs blood. Over 70 students and faculty members donated, which could save three times as many lives.                Each donation generates three different products: red blood cells, which help people who haveContinue reading “Red Cross Club saves over 200 lives”

AFJROTC lifts off

BY KATELYN BUCHALTER              Last month, ROTC students visited a nearby army base and boarded a distinct refueling plane. Most recently, the students of ROTC competed in the Bridgeton Drill competition.              On April 11, select students from the ROTC program had a once in a lifetime opportunity to board a military aircraft. “On theContinue reading “AFJROTC lifts off”

Students support return of Relay for Life 

BY NICOLE FRACZKOWSKI              The Old Bridge Relay for Life event will take place at Lombardi Field this Friday, May 12, from 5pm to midnight. Students from OBHS have teamed up to raise funds for the American Cancer Society that will go directly to supporting cancer patients and research.               Students dedicated to organizingContinue reading “Students support return of Relay for Life “

Seniors experience a magical sendoff

BY JAMES DE MARTINI              In the early hours of March 6, a number just shy of 300 seniors and chaperones embarked on a week-long trip to Orlando for the annual Disney Trip. The trip consisted of five straight days of non-stop Disney action, aside from the one day set aside to visit Universal Studios. AfterContinue reading “Seniors experience a magical sendoff”

AP Fair provides student insight

BY SALOME KHORAVA               The Advanced Placement course fair took place during lunch periods on February 23. The event offered students an opportunity to gather information and advice about AP classes from students currently enrolled in the courses.               The event helped students understand what each class is like. “The whole idea of the APContinue reading “AP Fair provides student insight”

From the classroom to another country

BY ABIGAIL PERSUAD              Student enrolled in the French and Arts programs took advantage of the “Art in France” program to take a trip to France. During the month of March, students went on a foreign exchange trip to immerse themselves in the French language and culture.               They began their trip to the southContinue reading “From the classroom to another country”

Cheerleaders win sixth State Championship

BY KATELYN BUCHALTER  Editor At Large             On February 25 and 26, the cheerleading team won NJSIAA State Championships in both the Game Day and Traditional competitions, making up for a disappointing showing at Nationals. The Knights made changes to their routine in preparation for States, and they saw their hard work and dedication rewarded when theyContinue reading “Cheerleaders win sixth State Championship”

Sweet treats for Valentine’s Day

BY JAYDEN JUNAID AND SALOME KHORAVA              Craving a sweet treat for yourself or a friend this Valentine’s Day? Place your orders with the Lollipop Shop in room 133 to have your order delivered on Valentine’s Day.               The lollipop shop doesn’t just sell chocolate lollipops; they offer a plethora of other items asContinue reading “Sweet treats for Valentine’s Day”

New addition to the Woodshop program

BY DISHA DHINGRA AND ASHTON ORTIZ              The Related Arts department introduced an all-new woodshop class for students who have taken the previous woodshop classes. Woodworking IV centers around utilizing new technology and equipment and creating and selling items produced in the class.              This new technology provides opportunities for students to use state-of-the-art technology.Continue reading “New addition to the Woodshop program”