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HP/AP Summer Resources HP/AP Summer Resources HP/AP Summer Resources Check out the resources and suggestions for all scholars to help maintain skills and build background knowledge and opportunities... More detail
National Scholastic Arts National Scholastic Arts Gilbertson, Lundstrom win National Scholastic Art Award   (Lundstrom and Gilberston) The Art Department at OSH is thrilled and honored to announce... More detail
Freedom School Freedom School Osseo Senior High hosts 2018 Freedom School June 18 - August 2, 2018 Monday - Friday • 8am - 2pm (transportation and meals provided) Freedom Schools©... More detail
Osseo Arts Highlight Osseo Arts Highlight Fine Arts Spotlight Osseo Senior High fine arts students create fantastic and stunning works of art in their classes. They are able to compete in a variety... More detail
Points of Pride Points of Pride Osseo Senior High Points of Pride This is an ongoing list of just some of the many accomplishments of ISD 279-Osseo Area Schools students and staff.... More detail
Graduation Graduation   Graduation 2018       Osseo Senior High celebrates       June 9, 2018 - 4:30 pm    ... More detail
National Honors Society News National Honors Society News NHS Officers 2017-18 leaders: Jada Aduba, Josh Tomczik, Chike Okonkwo, Lyla Lor, Jackie Cvek   New Members On October 5, 2017, Osseo Senior... More detail

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HP/AP Summer Resources

Check out the resources and suggestions for all scholars to help maintain skills and build background knowledge and opportunities over the summer. Even if you're not taking an HP or AP course, these resources and suggestions will help you start the school year with less stress and more confidence. This page will be updated throughout the remainder of the school year.

English

Math

  • HP Geometry - Review basic shapes (2-D and 3-D and measurement formulae), angle types and measuring

  • HP Algebra 2 - Review non-linear algebra concepts (measurement and graphing, radicals, exponential equations and growth, quadratic equations 

  • HP Pre-Calculus

  • AP Calculus - Complete this review packet (coming soon) to refresh your pre-calculus skills

  • AP Statistics - Review how to make and manipulate lists on your calculator

Science

  • AP Physics - Review and practice math skills (math-heavy course), read this guide on how to survive physics, preview the AP Physics textbook

  • AP Chemistry - Review metric conversions, types of measurement units, and math skills (math-heavy course).  For AP scholars who have not taken Chemistry in 10th grade, you will have regular homework over the summer to prepare you for the course.

  • AP Biology - Scholars who have taken Biology in 11th grade should review their notes and course concepts.  For AP scholars who have not taken Biology in 11th grade, you will have regular homework over the summer to prepare you for the course.

Social Studies

  • AP Human Geography - Purchase a test-prep guidebook and Baron's AP Human Geography flashcards to acquaint yourself with the types of questions and reading/writing for the course. Click HERE for the AP Human Geography Course Description from College Board.  Click HERE for Mr. Johnson's course syllabus.

  • AP US History

    • Purchase a test-prep guidebook and Baron's AP US History flashcards to acquaint yourself with the types of questions and reading/writing for the course.

    • Build background knowledge of seminal US history via online field trips such as to the Smithsonian National Museum of US History and other online field trips (Disclaimer:  The web pages were not created by Osseo Senior High nor housed on our web server. Osseo Senior High takes no responsibility for the site's content or host's information gathering policies.)

    • Read important documents from US history such as The Declaration of Independence or FDR's first inauguration speech.

    • Skills to practice: contextualizing the history, comparing similarities, cause and effect, exploring change over time.

  • AP World History

    • Purchase a test-prep guidebook and Baron's AP World History flashcards to acquaint yourself with the types of questions and reading/writing for the course.

    • Build background knowledge by visiting art and history museums to see artifacts from ancient civilizations and cultures.

    • See the ancient world in 360 degrees by taking an online tour of various sites. (Disclaimer:  The web pages were not created by Osseo Senior High nor housed on our web server. Osseo Senior High takes no responsibility for the site's content or host's information gathering policies.)

    • Skills to practice: contextualizing the history, comparing similarities, cause and effect, exploring change over time.

  • AP Government -

    • Purchase a test-prep guidebook and Baron's AP Government flashcards to acquaint yourself with the types of questions and reading/writing for the course.

    • Review the Bill of Rights, the Constitution, the branches of government and their powers

    • Review important historical Supreme Court cases - old and recent - for what the decision was, how it impacted society and our government, and the dissenting opinions

    • Take a free tour of the state capital and/or local government offices to see our government at work.

  • AP Macroeconomics

    • Purchase a test-prep guidebook and Baron's AP World History flashcards to acquaint yourself with the types of questions and reading/writing for the course.

    • Review basic economic concepts - supply vs, demand, budgeting, credit

    • Take a free tour of the Minneapolis Federal Reserve Bank in downtown Minneapolis to learn how banking and credit affect the economy.

World Languages (AP Spanish or AP French)

  • AP Spanish Study/Review Guide.

  • Practice listening and speaking the language during the summer - watching films or shows in the language, having conversations with classmates, etc.

  • Visit art and history museums (in person or virtually) to build background knowledge on the cultures.

  • Read books in your foreign language to practice the skill - kids and young adult books work well.

Gilbertson, Lundstrom win National Scholastic Art Award

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(Lundstrom and Gilberston)

The Art Department at OSH is thrilled and honored to announce two of our student artists have been selected as National Scholastic Art Award Winners.   This selection puts them among the top one percent of 7-12 grade art and writing students nationwide!

Ben Gilbertson is being awarded the National Gold Medal in Ceramics for Post Historic, Eric Lundstrom is being awarded the National Silver Medal in Photography for Cimmerian Reverie. Eric had to say, “This is in an awesome way to be recognized.” 

There were over 3000 works of art awarded Gold and Silver Medals this year nationally.  29 were awarded golds in ceramics. 

The winning artworks will be on display this summer at Carnegie Hall in New York City; Ben will be in attendance at the ceremony among the nation’s gold medal winners, celebrities and dignitaries and his work will be part of a 2-year traveling exhibition.  “This is a great way to celebrate the work I have put into ceramics. I am thrilled!” Ben said.

The Art Department at Osseo thanks all of the parents, teachers, coaches, administrators, and staff that have celebrated and encouraged their creativity and drive to be the best!

 

Osseo Senior High hosts 2018 Freedom School

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June 18 - August 2, 2018
Monday - Friday • 8am - 2pm

(transportation and meals provided)

Freedom Schools© at OSH offers two tracks for scholars. One track features a credit recovery model, while the other pathway serves as a bridge program for incoming OSH 9th grade scholars. Students in the credit recovery pathway will have the opportunity to recover up to three credits ranging from the options below. The bridge students will have the opportunity to earn three credits.

APPLY HERE

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Fine Arts Spotlight

Osseo Senior High fine arts students create fantastic and stunning works of art in their classes. They are able to compete in a variety of state and national level awards competitions.

Standout Student

Eric Lundstrom was the featured student on Channel 12's Standout Student segment.  Watch HERE.

3rd Congressional District Art Show

Congratulations to the fine art students who competed in this year's 3rd Congressional District Art Show hosted by Representative Eric Paulson; Devin Chierello (pictured below with the Representative), Ricky Chanthavong, Jane Oh, Jim Lor, Jenna Carlson & Rella Dibba.

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21st Annual National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition

Osseo Senior High’s ceramics students Alexa Paulson and Emma Hauser were selected to take part in the 21st Annual National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition. Paulson’s Fluxing Sphere and Hauser’s Pierced Vase were selected. The work will be on display in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at the David L. Lawrence Convention Center from March 14th to March 16th. The National K-12 Ceramic Exhibition is an annual juried ceramic competition for Kindergarten through Grade 12 (K-12) students in the United States. This year had over 1200 entries. The exhibition was designed to showcase the best K-12 ceramic work made in the country, the exhibition takes place in a different city each year in conjunction with the annual conference of The National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts (NCECA). The NCECA conference is the preeminent ceramic event in the US annually, gathering professionals from universities, colleges, museums, art galleries and the ceramic art world to a host city to view exhibitions, demonstrations, talks and other ceramic events. For that week, the host city is the world capital of ceramics.

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Paulson's Fluxing Sphere

 

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Hauser’s Pierced Vase

 

National Scholastic Awards

The Art Department at OSH is thrilled and honored to announce two of our student artists have been selected as National Scholastic Art Award Winners.  This selection puts them among the top one percent of 7-12 grade art and writing students nationwide!

Ben Gilbertson is being awarded the National Gold Medal in Ceramics for Post Historic, Eric Lundstrom is being awarded the National Silver Medal in Photography for Cimmerian Reverie

There were over 3000 works of art awarded Gold and Silver Medals this year nationally.  29 were awarded golds in ceramics. 

The winning artworks will be on display this summer at Carnegie Hall in New York City; Ben will be in attendance at the ceremony among the nation’s gold medal winners, celebrities and dignitaries and his work will be part of a 2-year traveling exhibition. 

The Art Department at Osseo thanks all of the parents, teachers, coaches, administrators, and staff that have celebrated and encouraged their creativity and drive to be the best!

Read more about it HERE.

 

Minnesota Scholastic Awards

Osseo art students had an amazing showing at the Minnesota Scholastic Art Awards. Osseo students received 56 awards in the show. Students from around the state of Minnesota competed in 27 different categories of art. There are three tiers of awards: honorable mention (top 33% of entries), silver key (top 15% of entries), and gold key (top 5% of entries).

This year there were more than 4000 submissions from schools around the state. Gold and silver key winners will be on display at the Regis Art Center at the University of Minnesota from January 30 - February 17, 2018. An awards ceremony will be held at the Wiseman Art Center February 17, 2018 for the gold and silver key award winners. The gold key winners will advance to represent the state of Minnesota at the regional round of judging.

The Scholastic Art & Writing Awards are the longest-running awards, most prestigious competition, and largest source of scholarships for creative teenagers in the United States. The awards program was created in 1923 by Maurice R. "Robbie" Robinson, founder of Scholastic Corporation, and has been administered by the Alliance for Young Artists & Writers since 1994. It has an impressive legacy and a noteworthy roster of past winners including Andy Warhol, Sylvia Plath, Truman Capote, Richard Avedon, Joyce Carol Oates, and many others.

Below is a complete list of awards.

Gold Key

Photography

Eric Lundstrom -  Cimmerian Reverie

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Annalise Groff - Simply Happy

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Emily Steady - After Hours

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Ceramics

Ben Gilbertson - Springbok

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Ben Gilbertson - Post-Historic

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Ben Gilbertson - Dominance Hierarchy

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Cooper Goodman - Blue Textured Jug

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Alexa Paulson - Pitcher

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Micah Beisner - Quad Bellied Bottled

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Silver Key

Photography

Yaquelin Torres - Abuelo

Ethan Spinler - Battle Scars

Annalise Groff - Safe Place

 

Drawing

Isaiah Oliver - My Dog

 

Painting

Anthony Vang: Self-portrait

Faith Her: Maya Prada

 

Ceramics

Alexa Paulson - Fluxing Sphere

Alexa Paulson - Stretched Vase

Gretchen Nistler - Cascading Leaves

Olivia Jorve - Use of Line as Surface Design Portfolio

Emma Hauser - Exploration of Texture Portfolio

Ben Gilbertson - Raku Jar

Hannah Carmon - Swirl Jar

Lizzy Clark - Exploration of Surface Design Portfolio

Spencer Boeder - Train Bottle

 

Honorable Mention

Photography

Samantha Goetsche – Light the Way

Lexus Yang – Autumn’s Heart

Eric Lundstrom – Ordinary 109

Qoustn Yang – The Girl

Emma Smith – Blurred

Emma Smith – Back in Time

 

Ceramics

Micah Beisner - Textured Mint Teapot

Micah Beisner - Toroidal Bottle

Spencer Boeder - Lighthouse

Spencer Boeder - Fountain

Spencer Boeder - Exploration of Sculptural forms Portfolio

Lizzy Clark - Tree Jar Set

Ben Gilbertson - Golf Ball

Ben Gilbertson - Hydra

Ben Gilbertson - Octagonal Bottle

Ben Gilbertson - Slab Jar

Emma Hauser - Flower Vase

Emma Hauser - Pierced Vase

Emma Hauser - Belly Neck Vase

Emma Hauser- Feather Vase

Olivia Jorve - Braided Bowl

Kari McCarter - Mudpuppies

Kari McCarter - Hidden in the Wild

Mitch Mullenger - Basket

Alexa Paulson - Octo Jar

Hailey Shaw-Stevens - Amphora

Hailey Shaw-Stevens - Pierced Vase

 

Mixed Media

Karissa Erickson – Finding Yourself within the Chaos

 

Painting

Lauren Jackson – The Beauty Within

Leena Phan- Mother - Mteay

Kelly Xiong - Nephew

 

Music Spotlight

Orchestra 

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On October 26, 2017, the Osseo Senior High orchestras, conducted by Dr. Christa Dean, performed their English Suites concert with works by Purcell, Handel, Warlock, Holst, and the Beatles.

On December 4, 2017, the orchestra presented a Celebration of Carols to kick off the holiday season with traditional carols from Ukraine, England, Canada, and Puerto Rico with works by Vaughn Williams, Holst, the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and more.

Sophomore violinist Jane Oh (below) was accepted to the ALL-STATE Orchestra, one of only twelve violinists in the state to receive this honor.

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Other events included a guest clinic with Dr. Mark Laycock from Wichita State University in Kansas and a masterclass with the Meadowlark String Trio.

 

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Osseo Senior High Points of Pride

This is an ongoing list of just some of the many accomplishments of ISD 279-Osseo Area Schools students and staff. Additional submissions always welcome; send to the WEBMASTER.

May 2018

  • The “DIdeas Keep On Comin” team of Adamson Novak (MGSH), Erin Besser (MGSH), James Pipkin (OSH), and Jess Bray (MGSH) earned 1st place in the Secondary Level Fine Arts Challenge: Change of Tune at the Destination Imagination Global Finals competition in Knoxville, TN from May 23-27. Their team manager is Jody Kinneberg, a teacher at Maple Grove Middle School.  The DIdeas Keep On Comin team competed against 79 Affiliate Champion teams from around the world. As the culminating event of the Destination Imagination (DI) season, Global Finals provides student finalists the opportunity to showcase their top-scoring innovative solutions in the areas of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, and mathematics) and service learning at the world’s largest celebration of creativity. 

    The DIdeas Keep On Comin’ win at Global Finals followed their 1st place finish at the MN Affiliate (State) competition where they won 1st place and a Renaissance award for their complex set design, musical score, and overall story. They also earned MN Distinguished Leader awards for their contribution to the MN State Destination Imagination program in the areas of leadership, volunteerism, and developing training materials. They wrote a series of Instant Challenges that are used in team training and hosted an Instant Challenge workshop mentoring several District 279 DI teams.

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  • Osseo Senior High earns Silver Medal from US News and World Report Best High Schools Program. Osseo Senior High is ranked #51.  Read more about the ranking HERE.  

  • Senior Eric Lundstrom was featured on Channel 12's Standout Student.

  • Eighteen Osseo Senior High School artists were recognized for their work and commitment to excellence in the arts at the 2018 Minnesota State High School League (MSHSL) Section 4AA/5AA Visual Arts Festival at Perpich Center for Arts Education on May 5, 2018.

    Students submitted work in a variety of categories, including photography, drawing, painting, and ceramics. College and high school instructors, as well as professional artists from throughout the state, judged students’ work. The scoring for the event was 30 and over equaled a superior award, 20 to 29 equaled an excellence award, and 19 and below equaled an achievement.

    At the completion of the festival, two students were honored with Judge’s Choice/Spotlight on the Arts awards. In earning these distinctions, Emma Hauser and Ricky Chanthavong were invited to exhibit their work at the 2018 Minnesota State Visual Arts Exhibition at the Perpich Center for Arts Education.

    Section 4AA/5AA award winners from Osseo Area Schools are

    Superior

    Emma Hauser (Ceramics)

    Ben Gilbertson (Ceramics)

    Alexa Paulson (Ceramics)

    Spencer Boeder (Ceramics)

    Natalie Anderson (Ceramics)

    Al-Arrat Mamadou (Photography)

    Ricky Chanthavong (Photography)

    Nate Lantaigne-Goetsch (Photography)

    Meagan Houfek (Photography)

    Breanna Brock (Photography)

    Isaiah Oliver (Drawing)

     

    Excellence

    Ethan Spinler (Multi-media)

    Kelly Xiong  (Drawing)

    Anthony Dalmacio (Drawing)

    Lucy Bergeron (Drawing)

    Jaci Ramos (Painting)

    Faith Her (Painting)

    Taylor Sorsveen (Painting)

 

March 2018

  • The Art Department at OSH is thrilled and honored to announce two of our student artists have been selected as National Scholastic Art Award Winners. This selection puts them among the top one percent of 7-12 grade art and writing students nationwide! There were over 3000 works of art awarded Gold and Silver Medals this year nationally. 

    The winning artworks will be on display this summer at Carnegie Hall in New York City; Ben will be in attendance at the ceremony among the nation’s gold medal winners, celebrities and dignitaries and his work will be part of a 2-year travelling exhibition. 

    Ben Gilbertson is being awarded the National Gold Medal in Ceramics for Post Historic

    Ben Gilbertson Post Historic

    Eric Lundstrom is being awarded the National Silver Medal in Photography for Cimmerian Reverie.

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  • While on choir tour in Duluth over the term break, during which they studied with Dr. Bret Amundsen at the College of St. Scholastica, the Osseo Tour Choir was asked to give an impromptu performance while waiting to tour the Glensheen Mansion.  The Glensheen Mansion posted the video of the choir singing Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah" on their Facebook page.  NOTE: the link redirects you to Facebook.  Osseo Area Schools is not responsible for the content of the page.

  • Matt Cici (Osseo '06) presented on March 14th on how to film a movie using only your cell phone. Kids were able to try out filmmaking equipment and ask questions of Cici, a film actor and producer.

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February 2018

  • Senior Darian Clark was featured as Channel 12's Standout Student.

December 2017

  • On Wednesday, December 6, the following students were honored by the North Hennipen Chamber of Commerce as Star Students:  Pictured left to right: I-Shine Sibila, Peterlyn Zakiel, Marrell Woods, Karina Erikson, Assistant Principal Erica Barlow, Montrell Stokes, Kathryn Smith Hanson, Hang Truong, Jaylinn Jones, Mary Hentges, Angel Lean, Carter Compton

    Not Pictured: Lina Vang, Makayla Jacobsen, Natalie Anderson, Samahjay Hitchcock

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  • Seniors Gabrielle Holton and Darian Clark win regional 5AA Triple A Award, awarded to students who have a "B" or better academic average and participate in varsity MSHSL sports and fine arts. Read more about it HERE.

  • The Osseo High School powerlifting team has started its second season.after winning the inaugural Minnesota State High School Powerlifting Championship last February. Read more about it HERE

November 2017

  • CCX News featured Osseo senior Gabrielle Holton as a standout student for her myriad interests in the musical Hairspray, hockey and lacrosse, and Advanced Placement coursework.  Watch the VIDEO HERE

September 2017

  • ACT 2017/18 "30 Club" - 44 OSH seniors scored a 30 or better on one or more sections of the ACT test.  They are: 

    Emily Anderson, Kennedi Becker, Berin Blashack, Amanda Cassin, Jalen Chaney, Darien Clarke, Madeline Cole, Jacqueline Cvek, Samantha Dahl, Luke Freeman, Benjamin Gilbertson, Serena Harris, Elan Quezada Hoffman, Ethan Quezada Hoffman, Gabrielle Holton, Jasmaine Haynes, Ashley Hoogheem, Riley Jensen, Hannah Klingman,C aroline Laborde, Emily Lokken, Ethan Lorentzen, Michael Ly, Duncan Masterman, Joseph McGee, Michael Mercadante, Alexander Meuers, David Nguyen, Donald Nguyen, Johnny Nguyen, Starr Nguyen, Thomas Opatz, Megan Paine, Karl Penaz, Emily Robichaud, Sela Roche, Katelyn Scherping, Emily Sjel

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  • in, Matea Spyhalski, Joshua Tomczik, Robbins Vue, Skylar Walz, Samuel White, Alexander Wong

March 2017

  • Mathalicious Students of the Month.  Each month the Math department nominates two students per teacher for Mathalicious.  Mathalicious students demonstrate a variety of positive student behaviors.  Students who are respectful, responsible, and resourceful, as well as work hard, persevere, help others, and score well are among those who receive the Mathalicious distinction. Students included: Jimmy Saenvilay, Alexia Blackford, Sterling Delcastillo, Angie Bibriesca, Olie Abate, Daya Perry, Chue Yang, Nhu Le, Brajae Scott, Odell Kyne, Sophia Sullivan-Almquist, Long Nguyen, Ayantu Ahmed, Nicholas Palaty, Adil Mohamed, Adolphus Summerville, Gabrielle Curry, Damion Brown, Joseph Donaldson, Adrianna Richardson, Samantha Bowen, Jessica Dahl, Cornell Richardson  

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  • Congratultions to Osseo Senior High seniors Nicholas Carline, Erin Donaldson, Andrea Dienslake, Anna Fuhrman, Elizabeth Hainlen, and Jacob Walters! They received the 2017 Wastebasket Revue Scholarships.

February 2017

  • Mathalicious Students of the Month.  Each month the Math department nominates two students per teacher for Mathalicious.  Mathalicious students demonstrate a variety of positive student behaviors.  Students who are respectful, responsible, and resourceful, as well as work hard, persevere, help others, and score well are among those who receive the Mathalicious distinction. Students included: Savannah Roehl, Bonsa Deressa, Gao Xiong, Austin Lor, Luz Meza-Ayala, Jada Her, Rachel Manning, Vandan Vekaria, Grifyn Marcaccini, Emma Schulz, Lariah Boone, Brendan Rood, Emma Hughes, Halie Schmitt, Kayla Ly, Geetanjaalie Ramnauth, Kalena Vang, Margot Coomes, Nimo Ali, Tavion Williams  

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  • Spotlifght Education, a program of Hennepin Theatre Trust, recognized Osseo Senior High's fall 2016 production of Once Upon a Mattress.  Group honors of "Outstanding" went to the ensemble performers, and the student orchestra received "Honorable Mention."  Individual reocgnition went to seniors Adam Larson ("Outstanding Performance in a Supporting Role") for his role of King Sextimus the Silent, Emma Gavnik ("Honorable Mention for Performance in a Leading Role") for her role of Queen Aggrivan, and Jared Nelson ("Honorable Mention for Performance in a Supporting Role") for his role as Jester.

 

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(Left-Right: Jared Nelson, Adam Larson, Emma Gavnik)

January 2017

  • Mathalicious Students of the Month.  Each month the Math department nominates two students per teacher for Mathalicious.  Mathalicious students demonstrate a variety of positive student behaviors.  Students who are respectful, responsible, and resourceful, as well as work hard, persevere, help others, and score well are among those who receive the Mathalicious distinction. Students included: Mercedes Hruska, Mitch Mullenger, Helen Hake, Jesus Pineda, Sommer Entinger, Dana Ram, Madelyn Roiger, Christabel Eshun, Anna Gallagher, Kaye Glotz, Khanh Nguyen, Alexis McPherson, Matthew Larish, Pearl Buabeng, Carin Gutzwiller, Riley Bergfalk, Xujin Yan, Austyn Findley, Talile Hundessa, Charles Beckham, Jamaal Coleman, Casey Grothaus, Jena Fulgam

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  • Senior Adam Larson was featured as a Standout Student on CCX News.  Watch HERE.
  • Osseo Senior High’s Visual Arts students shine once again at the 2017 Minnesota Scholastic Arts and Writing Awards. Osseo Art students had outstanding results in this year’s contest. Demonstrating talent in the areas of Ceramics, Photography, Drawing, Painting and Jewelry, OSH students earned a total of 29 awards competing against 3,800 art entries from schools across the state.  Art Instructors Jennifer Cramer, Dan Prody and Molly Foley helped to prepare students for the contest and appreciate all the hard work and dedication they put forward. 

    A special thanks to the Osseo Lions and the Osseo Fire Department for their continued support of the arts!

    Awarded Artwork will be on display at the University of Minnesota from January 31st –February 18th. Congratulations to the following students:

    Awards listed by name, grade and medium:

    Gold Key Awards:

    Matt Bezdicek, 12  photography

    Chad Vue, 12  drawing.

    Silver Key Awards:

    Christina Boe, 12  Ceramics,

    Ben Gilbertson, 11 Ceramics

    Jerret Nestico, 12   Ceramics

    Sidney K-O, 12 Photography

    Evelyn Vang, 9   pen and ink

    Yahairi Vaquera,   12  Photography
    Kelsi Hart 10, Photography

    Honorable Mention

    Christina Boe 12 Ceramics

    Kelly Xiong , 9, Color Pencil

    Micah Beisner 11 Ceramics

    Christina Boe 12 Ceramics

    Christina Boe 12 Ceramics

    Ashley Chow,10, scratch art

    Anna Gallagher 12 Drawing

    Ben Gilbertson 11 Ceramics

    Alliana Houfek 12 Drawing

    Jerret Nestico 12 Ceramics

    Jerret Nestico 12 Ceramics

    Jerret Nestico 12 Ceramics

    Braylin Ramseth 12 Ceramics

    Jack Schroeder 12 Ceramics

    Edward Torres 12 Ceramics

    Samantha Banwell HM 12 Photography
    Taylor Christen HM 12 Photography
    Anna Gallagher HM 12 Drawing
    Braylon Ramseth HM 12 Jewelry
    Lexus Yang HM 10 Photography

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December 2016

  • Mathalicious Students of the Month.  Each month the Math department nominates two students per teacher for Mathalicious.  Mathalicious students demonstrate a variety of positive student behaviors.  Students who are respectful, responsible, and resourceful, as well as work hard, persevere, help others, and score well are among those who receive the Mathalicious distinction.

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  • Osseo’s OEC program held their annual Adopt-A-Family fundraiser to support students at the district Elementary school, Zanewood Elementary. They raised funds ($2043), purchased gifts, and wrapped them for 26 unsuspecting elementary students whose holiday season was brightened.  Community engagement and service projects are a cornerstone of the Emergency Services Program as students learn various ways to make a difference in people’s lives. 

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November 2016

  • Mathalicious Students of the Month.  Each month the Math department nominates two students per teacher for Mathalicious.  Mathalicious students demonstrate a variety of positive student behaviors.  Students who are respectful, responsible, and resourceful, as well as work hard, persevere, help others, and score well are among those who receive the Mathalicious distinction.  Students included: Joshua Do, Emily Rossing, Jacob Ekberg, Ragnild Stensrud, Amaya Barstow, Harry Mason, Ellen Solem, Lauren Pfeffer, Rachel Johnson, Arianna Campbell, Jacob Savord, Angel Wesseh, Sierra Minor, Carese Minor, Magida Hassen, Jacob Walters, Alliana Houfek, Chaz Franklin, Miles Jackson, Andrea Enyioma, Erin O’Sullivan, Chi Xiong, Vianney Ramirez Ramos, Alexander Meuers, Riley Jensen, Lily Hamel

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  • Members of the OSH boys' hockey team contributed to the Osseo area community during their annual raking project, helping senior citizens with yard work and giving back.

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  • The Opportunities for Emergency Care program continued its

     community service by cleaning up garbage and making sure the highway is well-maintained.  OEC has adopted a stretch of Jefferson Highway since 1992! 

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October 2016

  • Senior Corey Moody will be representing Osseo Senior High at the state cross country running meet.
  • On Oct. 9, Allison Rouche ('15), ran the Chicago Marathon in honor of and supporting children battling cancer at the University of Iowa Children's Hospital.
  • Osseo Senior High Health Science Magnet students spent a weekend at Camp Wapogasset in Amery, WI learning and practicing emergency medical care procedures.

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September 2016

  • Osseo Senior High choir students took part in the "Choir Night" at Target Field for the Twins' baseball game on September 22, 2016 with 500 students from area high schools to sing the National Anthem.  Stephanie Trump from Robbinsdale-Armstrong High School conducted the joint choir, and after the anthem was sung, students were able to stay and watch the game.

 

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  • Senior Christina Boe celebrated her 1000th "kill" on the volleyball court on September 7, 2016.  #ovbwins #1000kills

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August 2016 

Congratulations on the Osseo Senior High Magnet Programs!  

  • Opportunities in Emergency Care
  • ProStart culinary arts program
  • Project Lead the Way
  • Automotive Technology

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Osseo Senior High
317 2nd Ave NW
Osseo MN  55369
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763-391-8500
Attendance
763-391-8511

General Fax 
763-391-8501

 

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