• June 25, 2019

Ocean City Sentinel: Student Journalism

Student Journalism

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Boardwalk businesses are hiring students

OCEAN CITY – High school students are constantly looking for jobs, whether to pay for a car, phone, or upcoming college debt. And as a beach town, many Boardwalk employers are looking to hire students age 16 and older for the summer, as tourism picks up and stores are overwhelmed. 

Recent Headlines

Wednesday 06/01/2016
‘Prama’: Putting the drama in the prom; how do you know it’s worth it?
Posted: June 01, 2016

OCEAN CITY – For American teenagers, spring means prom. And prom means so much more ... most of which is drama. Prom season brings with it a lot of stress, for everyone from the students themselves, to parents, teachers, and the whole community. Students become obsessed with prom sometimes months in advance, buying their dresses, arranging their dates and talking nonstop about their plans weeks before permission slips or tickets even become available. And all that causes needless prama (prom drama).

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Wednesday 03/23/2016
Friday With Friends ends with special events
Posted: March 23, 2016

OCEAN CITY – Last Friday, March 18, was the last Friday With Friends of the season.

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Students stay active with Open Gym Club
Posted: March 23, 2016

OCEAN CITY – This past week, Ocean City High School students had the opportunity to participate in a doubles badminton tournament. 

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Students place in computer science competition
Posted: March 23, 2016

GALLOWAY – On Friday, March 18, a group of computer science students from Ocean City High School joined students from other local high schools at Stockton University for a computing competition sponsored by the Computer Science Teacher’s Association South Jersey chapter.

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Pi Day at high school
Posted: March 23, 2016

OCEAN CITY – On the calendar, March 14 marks International Pi Day and the students and teachers of OCHS could not be more excited.

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Public phone-charging stations proposed
Posted: March 23, 2016

OCEAN CITY – The Ocean City School District will be piloting a new device for students next year. 

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Students shouldn’t take PARCC exams because of lack of information
Posted: March 23, 2016

OCEAN CITY – As per the Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers’ (PARCC) website, “High-quality assessments measure what students know and can do efficiently, and then allow teachers to adjust instruction accordingly, making the best use of classroom time.” 

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Wednesday 03/09/2016
7 OCHS students advance to DECA nationals
Posted: March 09, 2016

OCEAN CITY – Several Ocean City High School students participated in the New Jersey DECA competition Feb. 21-23.

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