Meet The Team!
Cameron Alan Fink
Cameron Fink is a senior at Oak Hills and head of The Tartan. Oftentimes, he will spend his day creatively writing, playing sports, or running about with his adorable canine companion, Sophie. He is incredibly passionate about physical and mental health with an innate interest in travelling and new experiences.
Katelyn Rieder is a senior at Oak Hills. She has been writing at The Tartan for one year now. This year, she hopes to work with her fellow editors and writers on more video-based projects for the paper. When she’s not doing schoolwork, she’s probably playing Animal Crossing on her Nintendo Switch or hanging out with her cats. She looks forward to a great year!
Adam Robb is a junior at Oak Hills. When he’s not in class or studying, he is on the tennis courts behind school practicing his serve. He doesn’t know exactly what he wants to do after high school but hopes to become an author. This is Adam’s first year writing for the Tartan and is excited to be part of the paper.
Alex Taft is a sophomore at Oak Hills. He can be seen running around the neighborhood with the Oak Hills Cross Country team in the hours after school. When not being baked alive in the sun, he’s usually crashed out or working at home. The most precious thing in the world to Alex is his pet ferret named Poka, who he can sometimes be seen walking/carrying around the neighborhood. Like a ferret, Alex also embodies the being of an energetic rodent. Alex is looking forward to writing for the Tartan, and will bring whatever ideas his rodent brain takes with him to the keyboard.
Kirsten Mueller is a Junior at Oak Hills High School. She’s been dancing for 13 years and currently dances at Emerge Dance Academy. She is also an Ambassador for 12.9 dance photography. When Kirsten’s not found dancing she's probably hanging out with her best friends or biking. Kirsten is also a member of NHS and is so excited to be working on the Tartan for the first time this year!
Jessica Niehoff is a Senior this year. She enjoys writing and history classes. Jessica is involved in Mascots, National Honor Society, and Class Officers. Outside of school activities Jessica works at TJ Maxx and loves adventuring with her friends. After high school, Jessica would like to go to school to major in Special Education and minor in History. Fun fact about Jessica is that she loves learning different languages, she is currently in her seventh year of Spanish, and has taken two years of American Sign Language at the high school. Jessica loves Oak Hills High School and their great staff and student body. Jessica is very excited to join The Tartan for her first year!
Tessa Johns is a senior this year. She’s active in multiple school activities such as being her class’s Vice President, and being a member of NHS, Student Council, and Hope Squad. She currently plans to attend Ohio University or University of Louisville to study journalism and broadcasting to become a news reporter. Out of school, Tessa can be found working, hanging with friends or taking long naps. This is her first year on the Tartan, and she cannot wait to see how this helps her in her further education in college.