Tag Archives: Middle School

Sept. 18 Now Full Day Off For Students

Originally scheduled as a half-day, Friday now gives teachers planning time By Courtney Bolton It was previously announced in an email from Corinna French, Oak Hall’s Marketing & Communications Coordinator, that the half day for students on Sept. 18 has been officially changed to a full day off for students. Oak Hall’s Head of School, Dr. James Hutchins, stated that this was to

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Newscast Joins “The Talon”

Beginning Sept. 7, Oak Hall’s Middle School publications class will produce a weekly newscast titled “Burgundy & Gold”, which will encompass all divisions, athletics, the arts, and the community. The “Burgundy & Gold” is a long-time standing tradition at Oak Hall, which is created and produced by eighth grade students. The weekly video will be uploaded each Sunday and previews

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OHS Closed Until After Spring Break

UPDATE: It has been announced that OHS will be closed until at least May 4. For the first time in the history of Oak Hall School, a virus is forcing it to close its doors, but only temporarily. This afternoon, Head of School Dr. James Hutchins sent an e-mail to parents, informing them that school will be closed beginning Monday,

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Spring Break Brings Relaxation and Travels

By Madison Gaston Mark your calendars for March 21 to 29 because Spring Break is just around the corner! After two and a half months of hard work this semester, Oak Hall Eagles definitely deserve a break. Spring Break is perfect for students to spend time with family and friends, but many of our students are involved in time-consuming extracurriculars

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Chinese Students Excel in Competition

By Amanda Malnik From Jan. 31 to Feb. 1, Oak Hall Middle and Upper School students enrolled in Chinese I through AP Chinese attended the annual Florida Statewide Chinese Competition at the Lake Yale Conference Center in Leesburg, Fla. Senior Harrigan Rambo, juniors Henry Palmer, Caitlyn McMahon, Victor Chiu, sophomores Asher Dobrin, Sofia Guico, Caya Wilcox, freshman Spencer Fuhr, and

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