It is the mission of Oasis High School to provide its students with an opportunity either to complete UC/CSU approved “a-g” courses, to accelerate credit accumulation, or to make up deficient credits, in a safe, secure, and supportive learning environment, with a well prepared and dedicated staff, and with the requisite academic resources to achieve and succeed at an individual pace and in a unique way.
OASIS High School student Kyleigh Philo has been nominated by her devoted teacher of four years, Kevin Kent. What a nice surprise it was for Kyleigh to have close friends join in the drive-by celebration (arranged by her mom) and, also, for Mr. Kent to be present and speak of why she well deserves the honor of Student of the Month! With a 3.8-grade point average, Kyleigh looks forward to completing her general education at Palomar Community College after high school and then, pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in either art history or elementary education. Because she enjoys working with children, she tutors children for a private company in Temecula. Kyleigh looks forward to this year’s softball season to open when she will be playing for the FHS varsity softball team as a pitcher. Her volunteer experience includes serving as a coach at pitching clinics for Fallbrook’s Girls Softball and helping organize a library at an elementary school in Temecula. One of Kyleigh’s favorite interests is painting, which she started doing with her grandmother; Kyleigh has also sculpted. Mr. Kent’s comments about Kyleigh include that she “is a very bright, cheerful, and thoughtful young lady. She always has a smile on her face and displays a very kind demeanor. She is such a positive person, always speaking well of others and expecting the best of others and herself. She represents all that is BEST about Oasis High School.”