20 Bay Area schools attend the Skyline Invitational on Saturday, Feb. 26.
Congratulations on the first girls' season and two boys going to state.
Debate program is always looking to add all kinds of students.
Behr Paint employees donate their time to make it all happen.
19 Skyline students compete this year.
Skyline Unarmed Drill Team wins big at the Rio Linda High School Drill Competition in Sacramento.
Students present to students about the dangers of tobacco, alcohol and drugs.
Skyline junior class president and MLK Oratorical Fest defending champ.
OUSD Interviews team members Emmanuel Bahati and Kelly Fong.
Shadow Day Project-working to improve relationships between adults and students on campus.
This marks Ms. Awele's third year directing the oratorical festival.
Students like Mya provide inspiration to teachers and students alike.
Skyline students come home with trophies from the highly competitive Alta Silver & Black Invitational.
Skyline will be represented at All-Star games in Hawaii and El Cerrito.
Universal themes are grappled with in this insightful play.
Team to compete in Nor Cal Championship games.
Meet the Author Series comes to Skyline.
Emmy Award-winning filmmaker comes to Skyline.
Skyline is the only high school in Oakland with 3 certified Linked Learning Pathways.
The International Baccalaureate (IB) program moves a step closer to receiving full authorization.
Skyline and Montera IB-MYP teachers come together for important workshop.
Hosted by Facebook, InspirED brings hundreds of US schools together.
OUSD's Shoo the Flu program rely on volunteers from Skyline.
Skyline Pathways and Programs use drumming to build community.
Titan Drill Teams earn recognition for performances.
Tier 1 certified training is a great addition to a student's resume.
Keynote speaker Reggie Jackson and Silcon Valley software giant SAP inaugurate 9th-14th Pathway
Family and friends honor fellow Titan on September 16.
Skyline is third Oakland high school to receive this honor.
Computer Science & Technology Pathway students receive college credits.
Community Readiness Award is given for Senior Capstone Projects
Two Titans qualify to compete at the State Competition.
OAL announces All League Selections for Softball and S
Read his feature story in the monthly National Interscholastic Cycling Association's newsletter
Advanced Choir competes at Music in the Parks.
Bloom looks forward to coming to Skyline
Third straight 1st place finish this season.
Three Skyline Debaters participated in the 9th Annual Urban Debate National Championship.
Grand Prize Winner of Not On Our Ground Anti-Bullying Campaign.
OAL announces All League Selections for Basketball and Soccer.
Story aired on KTVU FOX News.
Presentation at Golden State Warriors sponsored rally.
Titans debut at the NICA Nor Cal Cycling League Race.
Skyline Wrestling Team to compete at State Championship.
Skyline's Student Store receives highest recognition.
Two members of Skyline Debate Team are top-ranked in the country.
Feb 8, 2016 Nation's Chief Tech Officer visited Skyline