Out of 5,000 Questbridge finalists, Oxnard High School’s Jorge Ochoa was selected as a Questbridge Scholar. This distinction was given to only 400 students throughout the U.S. What that means for him is that he is given early admission to his number one choice- Stanford, and was given a full ride scholarship totaling over $250,000.
On Saturday, September 7 Frontier High School was invited, along with the other 2013 Civic Learning Award winners, to the Reagan Library. In honor of Constitution Day, the students, teachers and administrators heard a keynote speech by California’s Chief Justice, Tani Cantil-Sakuye, followed by students presenting their award winning programs. Students Mia Bolante (from year […]
Rory MacNeill and the Camarillo High football team open their regular season at 7 tonight at home against Buena. MacNeill, a senior linebacker/running back, is one of the best defensive players in the Pacific View League. Rio Mesa also kicks off the year at 7 tonight at home against San Marcos.
November 1, 2013 – For the twenty ninth year in a row, the Oxnard High School Marching Band & Auxiliary continues its tradition of “Keepin’ the Music Alive” by hosting its 29th annual Marching Band Field Competition! The public is invited to experience a night of pageantry and spectacular performances from over 18 high school […]
BALTIMORE October 27, 2013—Marcello Ma, a student from Oxnard, CA, was honored today as one of the brightest middle school students in the world at a national awards ceremony sponsored by the Johns Hopkins University Center for Talented Youth (CTY). The Center honored Marcello, who was a student at Cabrillo Middle School and currently is a […]
Air Force Junior ROTC cadets from Oxnard High School visited the Reagan library on Oct 25th, 2013. They role-played a scenario from the Grenada invasion of 1983. In the photo, students are in a mock-up of the White House’s oval office. Cadet Alec Salinas played the role of President Reagan.