The COVID pandemic prevented seniors in the Class of 2020 at Ojai Valley School from receiving their diplomas. OVS has set out to remedy that with a door-to-door campaign to deliver diplomas in person.
After working hard to get into their top schools, members of the Class of 2020 were ready to take on the world. Then came COVID-19, which upended their college experiences through quarantine, closures and unprecedented restrictions. Read some of their stories.
Six Ojai Valley School seniors recently took part in the inaugural outdoor education trip of the year, an outing to Santa Rosa Island nearly entirely organized and run by students. Organizers hope it's the first of many student-led outdoor trips this year.
Ojai Valley School produced a record number of AP Scholars last year, with 25 students being recognized by the College Board at the start of this school year for their excellent performance on those exams.
As the maintenance supervisor at the Upper Campus of Ojai Valley School, Manny Lopez-Calderon puts plenty of heart and soul into his job. He's also a good guy, and a favorite of students and teachers alike.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, one crucial aspect of many people's lives is being greatly affected: sports. From amateurs to professionals, athletes have had their passions put on hold. Hear from three high school seniors whose last varsity seasons have been called off.
In an effort to brighten spirits and heighten a sense of community, the OVS Student Council and members of the community have begun hosting various online activities for students to participate in together while they are unable to meet in person. The events so far have included group trivia games, online drawing competitions, and more.
When Senior Angela Qu chose the focus of her AP Art portfolio -- the beauty of infectious diseases under the microscope -- there's no way she could've ever known that six months later it would become such a global topic.