Phantom of the Stadium

Justin Friday   Each year Oakdale’s Marching Band creates a compelling musical story, captivating the audience with balance and precision. This year is our first musical inspired show titled “Phantom” showcasing music from the play Phantom of the Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber. As this is Oakdale’s first appearance in the US Band circuit, the … More Phantom of the Stadium

Oakdale’s New Faculty

By: Justin Friday This school year we’ve had the pleasure of welcoming a whole cast of new faculty to the Oakdale High School family. However, with the new comes uncertainty. Many students may wonder if the new teachers are nice or fun or if they want to see us succeed. Oakdale has had a history … More Oakdale’s New Faculty

Internet Insanity

by Justin Friday Since the BYOD (bring your own device) policy began at Oakdale, more and more teachers have begun integrating online teaching tools into their classes; however, has the online classroom crossed the line? Many teachers in the school use more than one online teaching tool, like Edmodo, Noredink, or Google Classroom; but when … More Internet Insanity

Are YOU Game?

By Justin Friday How often have your parents told you to stop playing video games and go outside? How often have you been told that gaming can’t get you into college? Those people may have to eat their words, because as of today, competitive varsity gaming exists in colleges all over the United States. Schools … More Are YOU Game?

Oakdale Presents Harvey

by Jonah Grimes This year the Oakdale High School Drama Department will be putting on a down-to-earth play known as Harvey. The play is comprised of a relatively small cast of twelve students including Charles Kirk, Fred Pridemore, and Lilly Widdup. Harvey is a three-act play about a very polite man named Elwood P. Dowd. … More Oakdale Presents Harvey

Online Classes

By: Jonah Grimes Have you ever wanted to take a class, but you’d rather work at your own pace without any pressure from teachers or a schedule? Well then online classes might be right up your alley. Frederick County Virtual School (FCVS) is a program in which kids who have failed a class or need … More Online Classes