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Humans of OTHS

Cami Geiger

January 13, 2017 4:01pm | Sandra Sadek

“I was looking into a magazine and I saw a couple, a girl and a guy, dancing together and I turned to my mom and said ‘Mom, I want to do this’. So we found a dance studio near us that did ballroom dancing. I […]

Christian Wood

December 1, 2016 3:38pm | Kylie Wakulat

“I started drawing when I was around 6 years old. When I was 6 I was obsessed with everything Star Wars, so one day I decided to attempt to draw a Clone Trooper. The first one that I drew obviously came out rough, so I […]

Charles Schmidt

November 17, 2016 3:24pm | Riya Kale

“I’m in HOSA, NHS, NAHS, and FORCE and I’ve been involved in Boy Scouts since I was in first grade. I started as a Tiger Scout and my father and grandfather have been really involved in it, and they got me into Boy Scouts. I’m […]

Jami Douglas

November 11, 2016 4:12pm | Rachel DeGroot

“I didn’t grow up in a super strict Christian home, but there was some structure. We went to church every Sunday and my dad was a pastor, and everything was picture perfect. We were the stereotypical family with bickering, fights and sibling rivalries, but whenever […]

Chester Hahn

October 11, 2016 2:34pm | Sandra Sadek

“I’m coming from the field of mechanical engineering and got my degree from Texas A&M. I switched to teaching because I really wanted to work with high school aged students, to help them learn about engineering and the different concepts as well as other skills […]

Spiking Her Way to Success: Katelyn Finch

September 6, 2016 2:36pm | Olivia Garrett

“My sister played when I was about 6 and I would always go to her practices. I would go on a separate court and serve carts of balls for hours. I started my first year of club at 7. I now play club volleyball at […]

Alexandra Richardson

May 12, 2016 9:34am | Giulia Campos

Welcome to Humans of OTHS! This is a new series we created where we will be posting stories of OTHS students so everyone can get to know each other a little more. “I grew up with my dad in the military and we moved around […]