By Caroline Morrow (L15) A bobcat prowls the soccer field at the Upper Campus, shifting its gaze late at night at any slight crunch of the brush. A fully grown black bear plops into a water trough at the nearby baseball field to cool off after an active, hot summer day. A young deer casually […]
Fifth-grade students recently sailed to Anacapa Island for environmental education and restoration projects as part of a national Hands on the Land Grant. Photo by Annie Little
Middle School students ventured to Costa Rica during an eco-focused spring break adventure. Photo by Michele Floyd.
Tractor applies new geo-textile footing to the Lower Campus riding arena as part of school's water-saving measures. Photo by John Wickenhaeuser.
OVS launched an ambitious solar project two years ago that has significantly advanced the school's sustainability goals. The project includes 1,001 photovoltaic panels at the Upper Campus. Photo by Peter Chang, Class of 2017.
Ojai Trees volunteers and OVS students planted 34 coast live oaks at the Upper Campus. Photo by Nick Safko.
Lower Campus student performs experiment to test purity of local water sources. Photo by Nick Safko
Solar panels are generating 96% of the electricity for the OVS Upper Campus, saving more than $64,000 and reducing the school’s carbon footprint. Photo by John Boyd.