• FCCLA Holiday Mart

    FCCLA Holiday Mart

    By Nicole Warner On December 1, a successful event took place here at ONW. The FCCLA Holiday Mart is when different companies come and vendor their products to the community. The FCCLA is a club hosted by Miss. DeHoff. FCCLA stands for Family Career Community Leaders of America. This club […]

  • 100th Anniversary of Armistice Day

    100th Anniversary of Armistice Day

    Last week marked 100 years since the end of WW1. This historic event was commemorated and honored at the National WW1 Museum. Watch as Jacob Coffman gives you the rundown on the ceremonies.

  • Amazing Save by Olathe Northwest Student

    Amazing Save by Olathe Northwest Student

    By Ainsley Heise and Rosie Boswell Over the summer, Eagle Scout Brian Hare saved his troop leader from drowning. Whilst rafting, Hare’s troop leader fell off the raft. Hare said he saw his leader “fighting for his life” while grabbing a tree branch. Out of instinct, Hare jumped off the […]

  • Lady Ravens fall to Jaguars in the Huhtamaki Hardwood Classic Championship game

    Lady Ravens fall to Jaguars in the Huhtamaki Hardwood Classic Championship game

    The Lady Ravens Basketball team played in the championship game of the Huhtamaki Hardwood Classic Tournament against the Mill Valley Jaguars. The Jaguars came out strong in the first half  keeping the girls down by at least 4. The girls came out of the locker room with determination to win […]

  • Raven Boys Varsity Swim shines at Olathe Invitational

    Raven Boys Varsity Swim shines at Olathe Invitational

    Last Friday the Olathe Northwest Boys Swim Team competed at the Olathe Innovational. They battled against 18 other teams from Olathe, Blue Valley, Shawnee Mission, and Lawrence schools placing 6th. Harrison Mallory(backstroke) and Nathan Peck(200) both qualified for state. Harrison Mallory took 4th and Will Kelly took 6th in the […]

  • Ravens fall to the Cardinals in the Paola Invitational

    Ravens fall to the Cardinals in the Paola Invitational

      Last Friday the ONW Boys Basketball Team traveled to Paola to play Eudora High School. Eudora came out from the start shooting hot from the 3-point line. At the end of first half the Ravens were down 28-17 and struggling to put points on the board. Eudora came out […]

  • How a Community Organization is Enacting Change in Johnson County

    How a Community Organization is Enacting Change in Johnson County

    By Tressa McIff On January 20, 17-year-old John Albers was shot and killed by a police officer outside his home in Overland Park. The police had been called because Albers, a junior at Blue Valley Northwest, had been threatening suicide to a friend he was talking to online. After the […]

  • Smashing the stress away

    Smashing the stress away

    On Wednesday, November 8th, Heartland Community Church opened their facilty up to teens who needed a break from the stress of school. To end the fall season, they provided 1,000 pumpkins for kids and teens to smash. This was a great way for students to find a place to release […]

  • Your Vote Makes a Difference

    Your Vote Makes a Difference

    By Nicole Warner November 6th, 2018 was the day for everyone across the nation to come and vote in the midterm election. The midterm election is where people can elect their representatives while the president is still in office. This midterm will not only change the government but the nation […]