Category: Newsletter

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August Enews: Friends, Food & the Ivy League

Friends, Food & the Ivy League By Grace Meigs, Class of 2016 EF Tours (Education First), the company that offers tours of Europe to students, also offers tours of Universities. For the first time, OLP was extended the offer to visit Universities in the Northeast United States through EF Explore America. During this past Spring… Read more »

May Newsletter: OLP Fields Largest Track Team Ever

Despite a paucity of seniors, OLP in 2014 had its largest track and field team ever with sixty-three girls on the roster. The freshman class this year was especially promising, and solid performances were recorded throughout the team. The team’s top distance runner was freshman Lacey Yahnke, who was the Most Valuable Player on the… Read more »

OLP’s JV Academic League Team Places First

OLP’s JV Academic League Team Places First Coaches Ilene Nagem and Chris King are happy to announce that our Junior Varsity Academic League Team came in first place in the Central City League. The team was comprised of all juniors: Haley Antoine, Ivanna Cano, Samantha Faustino, Gabrielle Hadzicki, Isabella Halley, Olivia Palid, Torrey Schenewerk, and… Read more »

May Newsletter: Adventure Fitness Class at OLP

Adventure Fitness By Karina Montague ’14 An unknown person (who is surely known by someone, but understandably didn’t want credit for this quote), once said, “Every time I hear the dirty word ‘Exercise’ I wash my mouth out with chocolate.” To anyone who shares in this mentality, I say spend one week (or more realistically,… Read more »

May Newsletter: Softball Update

OLP Varsity Softball By Coach Angioletti The 2014 “Pilots” are determined to make this the third consecutive year in which they will be invited to the San Diego CIF Sectional Playoffs. The degree of difficulty in reaching the playoffs has increased this year due to the team’s elevation from Division 3 to Division 2, based… Read more »

May Newsletter: “It is NOT a beauty pageant!”

“It is NOT a beauty pageant!” By Talia Hill ’15 When you hear the name Distinguished Young Woman Scholarship Program, it is assumed by many to simply be a beauty pageant.  But in reality it is the complete opposite. The DYWS program rewards and promotes scholarship, leadership, and talent in young woman. The junior year… Read more »

May Newsletter: State of the Arts

Thanks to the OLP community for the wonderful support of The Little Mermaid, Jr. We had three sold out shows, and one near sellout! Thanks to a marvelous cast and crew, and we’re particularly grateful to the Saints guys who showed up to crew! The proceeds from the show will be used to help take… Read more »

May Newsletter: Genetics & AP Biology Visit San Diego Zoo Safari Park

Genetics & AP Biology Visit San Diego Zoo Safari Park By Sarah Herrman ’14 and Emily Edgin ’14 On Tuesday, March 23, OLP’s Genetics and AP Biology classes went on a field trip to the San Diego Zoo’s Safari Park. Students met their teachers outside of the park at 8:30 and split into two groups…. Read more »

May Newsletter: OLP Students Have an Oncology Outing

OLP Students Have an Oncology Outing By Haley Antoine ‘15 On Tuesday, April 8th, Ms. Ma’ake’s AP Biology class attended the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) Special Program for High School Students at the San Diego Convention Center with other students from across San Diego County. When we arrived at the conference center, we… Read more »

April Newsletter: Alumna Profile

Victoria Magdalene McKellips ’05 is the creator of Flex Your Power Bingo/Loteria for SDG&E and FOCUSCOM, Inc.  The popular game incorporates bilingual icons which reference Energy Savings, such as Disconnect Chargers while not in use, Use Task Lighting and Keep Your Refrigerator Full.  Victoria has created the game for the San Diego Chapter of the… Read more »