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Seniors Get Treated at Ola High School

Seniors Get Treated at Ola High School

Calloway Anderson, Quality Control Manager
October 31, 2014
Filed under Features, News, Photo Gallery

The class of 2015 participated in a senior trick-or-treat event on October 31 before first period began. Seniors are given the choice to trick-or-treat around the school each Halloween.

Georgia FFA “Goes All Out” in Louisville

Georgia FFA “Goes All Out” in Louisville

Emily Rutledge, Editor-in-Chief
October 31, 2014
Filed under Features, News

The Georgia FFA Association is currently attending the 87th National FFA Convention in Louisville, Kentucky. Georgia has the third largest membership out of the 52 recognized associations, therefore the state is represented by 25 voting delegates. Although the delegates are an important part of convention,...

Lawyers and Witnesses Wanted

Ashley Soriano, Business Manager
October 22, 2014
Filed under Features

Mock Trial embarks on its new season and seeks new members who are willing to devote time and effort. Despite existing for years at Ola, some may not know what the organization is. Mock Trial is a simulation of the court process, in which students analyze a court case, build their argument, and pr...

Excellence is Not an Option, Excellence is a Requirement

Emilie Castillo, Layout Design Manager
October 20, 2014
Filed under Features

This past Wednesday, October 1st, the Distinguished Gentlemen Club met for the first time this 2014-15 year and discussed their goals for this year, their new motto, and what it means to have integrity and respect. The club met during this years first club day. During that time, the first thing they...

Alzheimer’s Affects More Than Lives

Taylor Watkins, Staff Writer
October 20, 2014
Filed under Features, Video

November is Alzheimer's awareness month, and in an act to not let this disease go unnoticed, people from OHS have told their stories. Alzheimer's is defined as a progressive, degenerative disease that attacks the brain's nerves cells and can cause loss of memory, thinking and language skills, ...

School Spirit Ends the Week

School Spirit Ends the Week

Taylor Watkins, Staff Writer
October 6, 2014
Filed under Features, News

Homecoming week came to an end on Friday, October 3rd. Students of sports, clubs, class, and court were part of the parade. They decorated huge floats and fancy cars to parade around the schools. The school day ended with a pep rally in the gym, and the senior class won the spirit stick. ...

Rain Almost Washes Out Homecoming Parade

Calloway Anderson, Staff Writer
October 6, 2014
Filed under Features

The weather was quite dreary on Friday, October 3. Every participant was biting their fingernails, anticipating the afternoon for the parade. Due to the rain, the parade was pushed up by about an hour to 12 p.m. The schedule for the day had to be changed at the last minute, causing a lot of confusion....

Ola Shows Its True Age

Sav Simpson, staff writer
October 2, 2014
Filed under Features

Students of Ola showed their true age for today's spirit theme.

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Color Day Floods the Halls

Color Day Floods the Halls

Emily Rutledge, Editor in Chief
October 1, 2014
Filed under Features, Photo Gallery

The third day of Homecoming Spirit Week dress up day was themed Color Day. Each class was given a color to represent their class. The seniors, class of 2015, were decked out in all purple apparel. The junior class,  class of 2016, wore pink. The sophomores, class of 2017, dressed in blue. Freshman,...

‘Merica Monday Takes Over Ola

October 1, 2014
Filed under Features

Homecoming week began on Monday with 'Merica Monday, a theme day devoted to wearing red, white and blue. Students in every grade came to school decked out in American flag paraphernalia. The seniors dressed up the most. Many seniors are dressing up in crazy outfits this year because it is their last...