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  • Noah’s Band-Aid Drive

    Noah’s Band-Aid Drive

    Noah’s Band-Aid Drive will be held at Olathe Northwest during Homecoming week, September 26th-29th. Raven Service Club asks students to bring in fun and colorful band-aids or two dollars to be donated back to children’s hospitals in the Kansas City […]

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  • Raise Me Scholarship

    Raise Me Scholarship

    A micro-scholarship site that allows a student to get scholarships from colleges for achievement in high school. Add your achievements Add your course grades, clubs, sports, volunteer activities and more to your portfolio. Earn Scholarships For each achievement, you’ll  get […]

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  • Finding Independence in Kansas

    Finding Independence in Kansas

    Every year ONW brings in a variety of students from all over the world. Gabe Calixto is a foreign exchange student from Brazil, and notes there are several differences between his home country and Kansas. “Things here are bigger and […]

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  • ONW NOW – Gender Sexuality Alliance

    ONW NOW – Gender Sexuality Alliance

    The Gender Sexuality Alliance- or GSA for short- is an organization for LGBT students and and allies. The GSA serves as a safe space for LGBT students, and as a place to educate allies. The GSA used to stand for […]

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  • ONW Track Coach Wins Kansas 6A State Track Coach Of The Year

    ONW Track Coach Wins Kansas 6A State Track Coach Of The Year

    ONW’s Track Coach Dee Bell was awarded the 2016 Kansas 6A State High School Track Coach of the Year for the team’s excellent performance last track season. “It’s recognition for team and our coaching staff on what we accomplished last […]

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  • University of Saint Mary

    University of Saint Mary

    Experience Nursing Day Saturday, September 24 or Saturday, October 15 This isn’t a lecture about nursing.  It’s a firsthand look at a career in nursing.  You’ll practice nursing skills and even experience a simulated birth. 9:00 am – 2:00 pm, […]

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  • Black and Veatch Explorer Post

    Black and Veatch Explorer Post

    Interested in Engineering?  You are invited to attend the first meeting of the Black & Veatch Explorer Post.  The Post is for students who want to gain knowledge of the various disciplines of engineering. Meetings:  Each monthly meeting will consist […]

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  • Interested in Engineer

    Interested in Engineer

    See the attached flyer for opportunities in Engineering  Explorer Post – First Nighter 2016 – Flyer    

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  • Word From The Halls – Senior Edition

    Seniors Ryley DeMaro and Brooke Todd give us their final “Word From The Halls.”

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  • Team Ironhide Wins Bots KC Grand Champion Award!

    Team Ironhide Wins Bots KC Grand Champion Award!

    Update: wed 4/20
    Joel Nichols and KSHB came out this morning to interview Team Ironhide! Check it out!

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  • Congrats to Dr. Anderson!

    Congrats to Dr. Anderson!

    Josh Anderson has been named as the Executive Director of Technology for the Olathe Public Schools beginning with the 2016-17 school year.  Josh is currently a teacher and coach for our nationally recognized debate and forensics program.  He was the […]

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  • ONW earns Governor’s Achievement Award

    ONW earns Governor’s Achievement Award

    ONW has been designated as one of 11 Kansas high schools to be recognized with the 2016 Governor’s Achievement Award.

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  • FIRST Robotics advances to World Competition

    FIRST Robotics advances to World Competition

    The FIRST Robotics team had great success at the Smokey Mountain FIRST Robotics Regional in Knoxville, TN this past week. If you want the short story read the bolded items below. Brandon Hernandez won the Regional Woody Flowers Award.  Teams […]

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  • Science Olympiad students advance to State

    Science Olympiad students advance to State

    I would like to congratulate the ONW Science Olympiad team. These students earned the right to compete for State at Wichita State University. We placed third in Bridge Building and second in Wright Stuff (Flight Competition) in the large school […]

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