Students in 11th Grade Humanities were recently exploring political cartoons. Their assignment was to create a political cartoon in response… Read more Politcal Cartoon: Part III
Organized by Graham Cruickshank, Oceana’s fine arts teacher, and other hard working Oceana students, FAME Night took place last Friday,… Read more FAME Night
A place that is not a place A form of transportation across neither sea nor sky But the highways in… Read more Ode to Song
With the end of the school year slowly approaching, you may find yourself lacking community service hours. You may need… Read more Oceana Garden
Author’s Note: In “celebration” of the Ides of March, or the day Julius Caesar was assassinated, here is a fictional… Read more Ides Of March
Depending on who you are, the Spanish language can be very complicated. At Oceana, we offer 5 Spanish courses where… Read more AP Spanish
By Halle F-G and Christian Metran Upcoming Juniors! Not sure if you want to take Advanced Placement (AP) Humanities next… Read more 11th Grade AP Humanities
Pros Cons Tips Mr. Yuen is really thorough and makes sure everyone in the class understands new concepts Time spent… Read more AP Calculus
By Karina Gamez and Michael Sagum Author’s Note: Michael and I shall be releasing a series of articles in the… Read more Teacher Bargaining Process
In honor of Valentine’s Day, here’s a small cartoon designating chocolates to each of our horoscopes:
Ever wonder why people in your class are so extra? Want to know what motivates them? Welcome to the EXTRA™ Person’s Epic!
Career day. A day symbolizing the inevitable; an event in which students are forced to face and think about their… Read more Career Day
Students in 11th Grade Humanities were recently exploring political cartoons. Their assignment was to create a political cartoon in response… Read more Political Cartoons: Part ll
I would’ve settled for an unimaginative superpower. Perfect pitch. 20/20 vision. The ability to draw a perfect circle 100% of… Read more Short Story: A Perfect Match
Spirit Squad: Carmela Mamaril, Cathy Kintanar, Julia Vidal, Lance Lumidao, Krystal Zhao, and Louis Seftel Current ASB Affairs: Funds: $6088.22… Read more ASB Newsletter 2
Students in 11th Grade Humanities were recently exploring political cartoons. Their assignment was to create a political cartoon in response… Read more Political Cartoons!
Teachers, humans or robots? Day after day, paper after paper, espresso cup after espresso cup, the everyday life of a… Read more How long do teachers really work?
“The Weekend” by SZA blasted through the speakers as students of Oceana High School entered the elegantly decorated Dominic’s Oyster… Read more A Winter Ball Experience
Based off the administration’s January 8th decision to eliminate TPS for Salvadoran immigrants:
By the School Official Committee: Wilson La, Nathan Garcia, Jullianne Regalado, Florence Chang, Chanel Lejano, Leah Sangalang ASB is proud… Read more ASB Newsletter 1
Author’s Note: Since it has been a while, I’ll just recap what had happened so far. At this point, Humanity… Read more Short Story: A Debt Unpaid lll
With the semester coming to a close, Winter Break is coming. It’s the time off that everyone needs and deserves.… Read more 4 Ideas to Make the Best of Your Winter Break
I’m not talking about the place where Santa lives or penguins dwell, but the poles here in our own front parking lot. From where did these poles appear? Our principal, Mr. Barbour, helped me shed some light on this.
Starting early afternoon, Friday December 8th, the cafeteria of Oceana High School began its transformation into a Winter Wonderland. Right… Read more Oceana’s Annual Winterfest
Sex. STIs. Pregnancy. Depression. Anxiety. All topics that our society has stigmatized for the longest time. A stigma that has… Read more How the DCYHC is Breaking Sex-Related Stigmas.
Based off the babies assignment in the psychology class.
Author’s Note: Since it’s the holiday season, I thought that we’d take a break from “A Debt Unpaid.” Don’t worry… Read more Holiday Short Story
“Tumble outta bed and I stumble to the kitchen Pour myself a cup of ambition Yawn and stretch and try… Read more Workin’ 3 to 5
First at a natural disaster, treating wounds and teary-eyed victims, the Red Cross is a universal symbol of compassion and… Read more The Red Cross Club: Supporting Those Near and Far
It has been a stressful time for high school students. Oceana High School students have been preparing for their end-of-the-year… Read more Stress During Finals
OHS 10th grade student, Hailey Chui plans on going back to her hometown of Hong Kong. She will leave the… Read more What OHS Students and Staff Are Doing Over The Holidays
Everyone craves me Some have me while others don’t What is the answer? Belonging, Everyone craves belonging It can… Read more A Sense of Belonging–A Poem
If you venture onto the internet looking for poetry, it won’t be long before you come across a black-out poem… Read more Black-Out Poems
As a student of Oceana High School, you may think that you know about everything our school has to offer,… Read more 7 Things You Need to Know About Academic Council
Luck is defined as: success or failure apparently brought by chance rather than through one’s own actions. For most of… Read more Sophomores Meet Holocaust Survivor: George Elbaum
Last Tuesday, November 21st, students from Oceana High School were recognized by the Youth Leadership Institute (YLI) for the work… Read more Youth Leadership Institute
“Fun”, “competitive”, “educational”, and “exciting” are descriptions that Oceana basketball players used to explain their experience on the Oceana basketball… Read more What Our Basketball Team Wants to Tell You
🏀Golden State Warriors (15-6): Even though the Golden State Warriors have not been performing as well compared to their… Read more Bay Area Sports Update
For many high school students, prom is a very special and highly anticipated event. It’s the kind of day that… Read more What is Prom Committee?
Do you like derivatives, trig functions, and polynomial graphs? Or are you someone who despises math because you find it… Read more SOHCAHTO– what?
In just a few weeks, the grading period will end, which may be a stressful thought for some, or a… Read more How to Stay Organized For School
Fall sports have come to a close, signifying the end for Oceana’s girls’ tennis season. The 2017 fall tennis team… Read more Girls Tennis
During the holidays, one tends to get stressed and overwhelmed. The pressures of the end of the semester loom over… Read more How to Not Fail: Holiday Gift Giving
They brought atmospheric scrubbers to prevent an ash winter, firefighting vessels that could drop millions of gallons of water at… Read more A Short Story: A Debt Unpaid, Part Two
The Sharks Tribune will be launching a new series! The college series will include a wide variety of topics about… Read more Introduction: College Series
Many state that they have never seen Pacifica more politically divided than it’s been during the past few months. “Yes… Read more Measure C and Its Effects On Oceana
Always has humanity been on the front lines of war. Not with their armadas, nor infantries. Humanity had long ago… Read more A Short Story: Debt Unpaid, Part I
Desolate, dry, barren… one of the many ways to describe the desert course that is Crystal Springs. To begin, the… Read more Cross Country: Crystal Springs