Decisions, Decisions

This year’s seniors sent out more than 400 applications and received nearly 160 acceptances. They earned entrance to top-notch small private liberal arts schools such as Vassar, Skidmore and Reed, and big public universities such as LSU, UC Berkeley and the University of Washington.

A Day with Dr. Suess

Dr. Seuss’ birthday is celebrated in libraries all over the country and Upper Campus decided to join the celebration this year. In early March, high school students took a trip down to lower to celebrate.

Parking Palooza

Started as a joke between a couple of students, the day student parking formations have already gained school-wide attention.

Girl Power

Every year, schools across Ventura County select one to three girls to be recognized for their passion of mathematics and the sciences. On Friday, March 15, Ojai Valley School juniors Caspian Ellis and Angela Qu were honored by the Society of Women Engineers for their academic achievements in science and math.

Soaring Like An Eagle

OVS junior Aaron Wolf recently organized 40 Boy Scouts, students and faculty members to help him complete his Eagle Scout project at the Upper Campus. With a little help from his friends, Aaron rebuilt a portion of fence at Upper destroyed by the Thomas Fire.