In Will’s latest video game blog we go all the way back to the dawn of the gaming craze and learn about the rise of the greatest video game of all time: Pac Man
Oracle Charter School teaches its students accountability because in order to survive in the workplace, college, or even at home you need to be accountable for the things that you do, good and bad, and you also need to be able to hold others accountable for what they do.
Bullies sometimes say that they are just messing around or just playing, but not everyone likes being treated like that.
Just like any other pet, they enjoy being loved and appreciated.
by Ginette Melendez a student at Oracle Charter high school in Buffalo, NY My name is Ginette Melendez. I am currently a senior at Oracle Charter high school in Buffalo, NY. For the last 2 years I have been attending college fairs, and visiting college campuses with Oracle. My counselor has given me Interest Surveys […]
Oracle Charter High School has five core values that leaders and staff encourage everyone associated with Oracle Charter to live by.
National Honor Society Essay by Milica Gavric a student at Oracle Charter high school, Buffalo, NY
by Dai’Jah Franklin a student at Oracle Charter high school, in Buffalo, NY As black people we have always had a hard time. In America we have had to deal with slavery and segregation. This took a huge toll on black people but we rose above it. We showed America that we were good for […]
By:William Koschnick, a student at Oracle Charter School in Buffalo,NY Nowadays the videogame world is becoming quite amazing, with the Xbox One and the Playstation 4 now out. Everyone seems to want to make games for these consoles, yet the indie games are also becoming popular. The most popular indie game is Minecraft, out for […]
I wrote “That Was Then” after studying the Bubonic Plague also known as the Black Death in my history class at Oracle Charter high school. This virus wiped out almost 50% of the population worldwide. Once you contracted the virus you would probably have a week or less to live, and there were painful symptoms.