EntrepreNEERS collect toys for children in our 2019 Toys for Tots drive

Olentangy Orange HS and our EntrepreNEERS Business Club are proud to have our very own chapter of National Business Honors Society (NBHS)! If you don’t know, NBHS is a society for passionate business students in high schools across America, meant to promote and recognize these exceptional students. As a chapter of the NBHS, we are…

EntrepreNEERS Halloween Party 2019

The EntrepreNEERS Business Club celebrated it’s inaugural Halloween social on the 29th of October! Club officers spent time setting and decorating the room to make it Halloween themed, found some spooky Halloween music and of course, included lots of delicious sweet treats and desserts for our members to enjoy. Although the social was originally a…

Student-of-the-Month Shirt Design

Student Tony L. helps to digitize a logo for our school’s Student-of-the-Month prize. Thanks to American Family Insurance for working with us!!

Orange Apparel Co. is BACK in business!

We’re Back in Business! We ~ the EntrepreNEERS ~ are looking to grow our small startup business this year.  As you may know, the OOHS business students run a t-shirt operation called the “Orange Apparel Co.”  that started a couple years ago.  We just completed our first order for the 2019-20 school year and are…

Steps in the DECA competitions

Guest post by Anna P  What is DECA? DECA is a business organization at our school which allows students to use the knowledge they have learned and apply it in a realistic setting or competition. With my experience in DECA, the club has helped me with my presentation skills and followed the steps to create…

World Down Syndrome Day 2019

  What Is World Down Syndrome Day? March, 21st is World Down Syndrome Day. The date is significant because it represents the extra 21st chromosome kids and adults with Down Syndrome have. The day is used to draw awareness to Down Syndrome and celebrate all of the astonishing people who have been diagnosed with it….

OOHS students running a t-shirt business

Guest post written by students/team members, 2018 Applied Economics business class As many of you know, we started a t-shirt business a couple years ago and were lucky enough to land a few clients last semester including Science Olympiad, Tabletop Gaming, Face to Face, Math Club & Black Empowerment Club (BEC). BEC was perhaps the…

Business Club Holiday Party and NBHS Induction 2018

This December, our very own EntrepreNEERS Business Club hosted a holiday party with our OOHS chapter of National Business Honors Society. Along with a big “Congratulations!” cake, students brought in food like sandwiches, chips, donuts and cookies to celebrate a successful semester and induct our new NBHS members.  We happily announced over 30 NBHS members…

American Heart Association 2018

With November starting, our fundraiser for American Heart Association has quickly come to a close.  The American Heart Association works on cardiac care related issues in hopes of reducing deaths from heart related issues including strokes and cardiovascular diseases. This year, students worked exceptionally hard to sell an abundance of shirts and other items including…

Back to school & living the dream

The sun has risen on the 2018-19 school year and OOHS students are back in business! Our business club and National Business Honor Society will continue their mission of planning service projects and social events throughout the year. We are excited to announce we will be inducting 31 NBHS members this year!  Our Applied Economics…

World Down Syndrome Day

World Down Syndrome Day Student/guest post, Joanna We have an awesome special education unit here at Olentangy Orange HS, including a few students who have Down Syndrome. We wanted to come together as a school and bring awareness to World Down Syndrome Day. What is Down Syndrome? Down Syndrome is a condition in which a…

Social Responsibility

We’ve talked a lot about social responsibility in class and on this blog!  Businesses, small and large, often care about more than just “profit” and although Kevin O’Leary may beg to differ – watch the Ten Tree Apparel episode on Dragon’s Den – the “People, Planet, Profit” model can be a very successful one. In…