College Exploration

Nearly 50 OVS sophomores and juniors participated Wednesday in a long-standing Upper Campus tradition — the Ventura/Tri-County National College Fair. This year’s fair was held at Camarillo Airport and featured representatives from more than 100 colleges and universities worldwide, ranging from American University in Washington D.C. to York University in Toronto, Canada.

OVS Honored for Environmental Excellence

In recognition of its long-standing commitment to environmental conservation, preservation and sustainability, Ojai Valley School has been named a California Green Ribbon School, the state’s top honor for environmental excellence in education.

Sweet Science

Five Ojai Valley School students, ranging from sixth to eighth grade, took top honors at the Ventura County Science Fair, with a handful qualifying to go on to compete at the state level.

A Labor of Love

Learning Center teacher Kirste Macintyre has taught at OVS for 14 years, having worked with students in the elementary, middle and high school divisions. She is widely known for her devoted work with her students and her unflinching advocacy on their behalf.