Held in the South Cafeteria. Adults $15, students with ID $10. Soup, bread, and a keepsake bowl of your choosing, made by the OPRF Wheel-Throwing Club. Proceeds go to West Suburban PADS, the OPRF Food Pantry, and Global Alliance for Africa.
Held in the Tutoring Center. Mastery of executive functions; planning, organizing, making decisions, and more, is a better predictor of student success than IQ. Join OPRF staff and their partners from Rush Neurobehavioral Center to learn what OPRF is doing and how you can support your student's success.
Oak Park and River Forest High School students were treated to a lighthearted surprise when teachers, faculty, even the district superintendent Stephen Isoye, suddenly rushed the basketball court for a choreographed "flash dance" routine at this afternoon's spirit rally.
Oak Park and River Forest High School is proud to announce that 21 of its students have placed as National Merit Scholarship semifinalists in the 2011-12 program. In addition, one student has earned the distinction of being named a National Achievement Scholarship semifinalist, and three students earned National Hispanic Recognition Program honors – two as scholars, and one honorable mention.