Lou DeVincentis 219-831-8600 ext 6626

Staci Vincent 216-831-8600

Winter sports awards upcoming

Awards for winter sports at Orange High School will be held on March 11 at 5:30 p.m. in the high school auditorium for families of student athletes with break-out sport sessions to follow. This is for boys and girls basketball, swimming and diving, wrestling and basketball cheer.

Mock Trial teams state bound

For the 12th consecutive year, two of Orange High School’s Mock Trial teams will move on to the Ohio Center for Law-Related Education State Competition in Columbus after outstanding showings in their two trials at the Cuyahoga County Regional Competition in February. For the 2020 Ohio Mock Trial case, students examine the First Amendment right to free speech, specifically if/when it is permissible for a school to restrict student speech. Students take on the roles of both attorneys and witnesses, arguing both sides of the case before judges. 

Alan Vaytsman sings to finals

Orange High School sophomore Alan Vaytsman was a finalist in the National Singing Star Ohio competition, which is a fundraiser for University Hospital’s Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital. Alan sang his way through two preliminary competitions against dozens of vocalists to get to the finals, which took place on March 1.

Alumnus on Tonight Show

Orange High School’s Matthew Harris, Class of 2014, who now appears in the Broadway cast of “Girl from the North Country,” performed on NBC’s Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last week. To watch, visit youtube.com/fallontonight.

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