Girls cross country compete in Holly Invitational

Girls cross country compete in Holly Invitational

The Lady Dragon cross country team took on the Holly Invitational last weekend. The ladies finished the race in 10th place overall with two-time all state junior Sophie Novak finishing fourth with a time of 19:20. Also earning an individual medal was senior Abby Locke placing 34th overall with a time of 21:20. Additional scoring […]

Boys cross country finish 10th at Holly Invitational

The boys cross country team headed to Springfield Oaks County Park to participate in the competitive Holly Invitational. Out of the 24 teams participating, the Dragons finished 10th overall as a team. Two-time all state runner Andrew Nolan had another great run finishing in 6th place finish, with a season best time of 15:55. Also […]

Webber Elementary School embraces Positivity Project

Webber Elementary School embraces Positivity Project

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Students at Webber Elementary convened in their gymnasium on Friday morning for a special presentation introducing The Positivity Project. “We’re kicking off The Positivity Project at Webber which is really about ‘other people matter’ and we’re going to teach the children 24 character traits that we all have in us […]

Lake Orion Community Schools: Lamp of Learning

LOCS Superintendent Marion Ginopolis will regularly share thoughts and updates about district-related topics in The Review. The Lamp of Learning Academic Awards Program was implemented by the Lake Orion Community Schools Board in the Fall of 1985 to honor and reward students in grades 6-12 who have demonstrated exemplary achievement in the classroom. Awards are […]

Lake Orion stuns state-ranked Southfield A&T in football rout

Lake Orion stuns state-ranked Southfield A&T in football rout

By Joe St. Henry Review Sports Contributor Lake Orion has enjoyed some big wins over Southfield A&T in recent years, but perhaps none have been as impressive as the Dragons’ 37-7 thrashing of the No. 6 state-ranked Warriors last Friday. The win improved the team’s record to 2-0 (1-0 OAA Red) on the young season. […]

Lake Orion Thespian Troupe to perform The Taming of the Shrew

Lake Orion Thespian Troupe to perform The Taming of the Shrew

By Megan Kelley Review Writer For several months now, 37 students from Lake Orion Thespian Troupe 2898 have been preparing their annual theater production. Each year the Troupe puts on a performance alternating between comedy and tragedy. “This year it was a comedy, and I wanted to put my spin on The Taming of the […]

Dragons boys soccer hopes to compete for OAA White crown

Dragons boys soccer hopes to compete for OAA White crown

By Teddy Rydquist Review Contributing Sportswriter Improving to 5-3 on the season with a victory over the rival Oxford Wildcats on Thursday, the Lake Orion Dragons boys’ soccer team has already matched their win total from last season. “One of our goals is to have a winning season,” second-year head coach Chris Corteg said. “We […]

LOHS boy’s cross country team takes on stiff competition

By Megan Kelley Review Writer Lake Orion’s boys cross country team took on the OAA Jamboree I last Wednesday against some heavy hitting and strong competitors: Clarkston High School, who is currently ranked no. 1 in the state, Adams High School, who had recently won the pre-season invite and Troy High School, who won the […]

LOCS gears up for another school year

Supt. Marion Ginopolis discusses programs, projects and priorities By Megan Kelley Review Writer With school starting for the students at Lake Orion Community Schools on Tuesday, it’s time to say farewell to summer and dive into another school year. For LOCS, this entails continuing the progress of several projects and exploring a few new ones. […]

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