From Nimes to New Jersey
Stephen Deak and Mariam Ghattas sing a Karaoke version of “Party in the USA” by Miley Cyrus at the Pot Luck.
Red Cross Club saves over 200 lives
Volunteer Nielle Agbulos talks to donor Jozalyn Zape, who sports her new Snoopy-blood donor T shirt.
AFJROTC lifts off
Ashley Mullin, Julie Ivan, Jayleigh Guzman, and Shayaan Qaiser sit aboard the KC-135 plane.
Students support return of Relay for Life
Emily Walz, Gianna Tuso, Samantha Modica, Alyssa Garron, and Julia Garron (the “Steps for Stephen” team) hold the sign stating they raised $1,000 in 2021, which they have already surpassed this time around.
Seniors experience a magical sendoff
Alexa Pizzulli, Mikayla Huff, and Gretchen Polst pose for a picture on Main Street in Magic Kingdom.
AP Fair provides student insight
Senior Charli Tucker stands by her AP European History display, ready to tell underclassmen what the class is like.
From the classroom to another country
In the Amphitheatre of Nimes, the students who attended the trip pose for a picture with French teacher Harpreet Malhi and Director of Arts & Culture Anahita Keiller.
Cheerleaders win sixth State Championship
Junior Lillian Antar holds up senior Francesca Pacucci at a home performance before the team headed to Nationals.
Sweet treats for Valentine’s Day
Frank Lorence packages the festive rice crispy treats and chocolate covered Oreos in plastic bags to prepare them for delivery on Valentine’s Day.
The big band takes the stage
Senior Anthony Silvestri and freshman Hailey Spiro play “Christmas Eve Sarajevo” on their vibraphones with the Percussion Ensemble.
Students deck the doors
Nina Demarco watches Samantha Turchi mount decorations onto Santa’s Workshop outside of the Fashion Merchandizing classroom.
Students spread cheer through charity
Kailey Siegel places an unwrapped toy in the Toys for Toys box, located by the front desk, where toys can be donated through December 16.
New addition to the Woodshop program
Sabrina Martinez and Gabriel Duchatellier stand back and watch the CNC machine do its job in Woodworking IV.
Knights march to Nationals
Zachary Mondano plays the quad tenor drums as Sara Brennan and Reed Nocera play their snare drums.
Dance team gets sideline showcase
Marissa Celentano, Alyssa Grillo, and Nancy Aboukhadrah, strike a pose during the Dance Team’s half time performance.
Lombardi Field press box dedicated to Ron Mazzola
Daniel Dimino speaks during the dedication ceremony while Grace Patella, Lorraine Mazzola, Joseph, little Joseph, and Gina Patella, and family friends Judy, Frank, and Brian Brady look on.
Welcome back, Knights!
Vice Principal Sally Fazio helps Paula Velez and Carly Cutrone find their bus locations at the end of the first day.
Getting the school in sync
Steven Gajewski, Robert Obdyke, Michael Schoenberg, and Nick Martinow walk through the route of the lib dub during the first practice run.
SCHOLARSHIPS AWARDED TO 160 SENIORS
Juliano Pereira, recipient of the Ronald Regan Association Scholarship, poses with Mayor Owen Henry, Town Council President Mary Sohor, Councilwoman Debbie Walker, and Councilwoman Anita Greenberg-Belli.
Two athletes receive GMC Sportsmanship Award
William Kennedy puts his arm around Coach Matthew Donaghue while Coach Robert Weiss and athletic director Daniel DiMino stand alongside Melissa Neglio at the GMC Sportsmanship Award Banquet.
Relay for Life raises money to fund cancer research
OBHS students are rising to the challenge and joining the fight against cancer by participating in tomorrow’s Relay for Life Event.
Kavya Venkatesan receives Distinguished Student award
Kavya Venkatesan, NJ Association for Gifted Children’s 2022 Distinguished Student of the Year, smiles for her close up.
Lollipop Shop Back and Ready for Business
Maxwell Medeiros wraps chocolate covered Oreos in cellophane to prepare them for sale.
Muslim students celebrate Ramadan
Sundeep Singh, Abuzar Ali, Nabiha Nizam, Rida Khan, and Momin Meer pose for a phot at the MSA’s Iftar dinner.
Candles for Ukraine
Iryna Yakymets and Julia Sadovska set up the jars and wait for the melted yellow wax to dry before adding the other layers and preparing the candles for sale.
The Teachers & ESP of the year are…
Nicole Engebos, Angelina Weber, Danielle Toth, and Anahita Keiller pose around Carolyn Hauser and her Teacher of the Year sign.
Program provides free dresses and accessories
Dresses galore fill the room for every student to get the chance to find her dream dress.
Lifting of mask mandate brings concerns and joy
Angela Gonzales and Emily Liranian work side-by-side in the mask-optional environment of their Publications class.
The budding career of Mikayla Huff
Mikayla Huff, who sings and writes her own songs in addition to modeling, poses singing into a microphone for a photo.
Shop-rite introduces coffee shop
Samuel Ginsberg works on restocking the beverages in the cooler of the OBHS Shop-Rite.
Homegrown rockstars take the stage
Isaac Goldin, Nicholas Cleary, Nathan Pitts and Daniel Goldin jam out at their first public performance at the OBHS Talent Show.
Sophomore represents USA on National U19 cricket team
The USA U19 team poses together with the trophy after winning the series 3-1.
Colleagues and Players Honor Coach Lanzafama
After coaching football for 21 years, head football coach Anthony Lanzafama has retired from that position.
Free tutoring available for all students
Lori Obdyke helps Thomas D’Alessandro with his math homework in room 144 after school.
Students eat free
Michael Garcia smiles as he waits on line with his free lunch of tater tots and pizza.
OBHS moves to block scheduling
Students get off the bus and head into the building to start their school day.
OB helps wishes come true
The Carl Sandburg Middle School choir, led by Mrs. Moscariello, sings holiday songs to entertain the crowd as they sign letters.
Standardized testing returns
Ethan Garrett picks up his pencil and prepares to take the PSAT.
Excitement and uncertainty in transition from remote to in-person
Bella Aresta, Siena Santamaria, Saloni Gupta, and Cassidy Eng enjoy lunch in the courtyard face-to-face for the first time.
2021/2022 in-person school year begins
Sean Sobolewski, Robert Obdyke, and Anthony Taranto meet in the gym to talk before first period on the first day of school.