Oak Hills High School News
The April 6 Board meeting is cancelled. An April 13 virtual meeting has been scheduled.
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OHHS senior is ranked first in her class and plans a career in medicine.
Student winners in literature, musical composition, photography & visual arts.
J.F. Dulles kindergarten named Outstanding Student-Teacher Mentor.
A perfect job for a retiree, parent of school-aged children, small business owner.
Council on Child Abuse training open to all Oak Hills parents, staff
UC Economics Center honors COH for financial literacy education, charitable giving.
Seniors represent nine different sports.
Visual arts teacher named one of region's best.
Female football players helping break down boundaries.
C.O. Harrison could be named one of nation's top schools
Sign up for this Feb. 3 Engineering Workshop.
Award will provide equipment for 11 sports and students with special needs
OHHS students get rare chance to work with medical team.
Ch. 12 captured this special Spanish-language connection.
Performances Jan. 17 & 18, 7 p.m., OHHS
Jan. 18 Bridgetown Middle School Rummage Sale helps fund this special student trip.
Middle-school cheerleaders are state champs!
DMS 8th grader auditions in Nashville!
Brianna Hensley's a semifinalist in naming Mars Rover!
J.F. Dulles kindergarten teacher named Outstanding Mentor Teacher.
'Celebrating Art' publication includes enamels, mixed media, drawing, printmaking, ceramics and sculpture from top OHHS art students.
OHHS music students did themselves, the Music Department and the district proud when they performed on a national stage at Disney.
Martha Leugers, an OHHS senior studying at Diamond Oaks, is vying for one of the nation's top honors for high school students.
The United Nations Association has named 7 OHHS students National Community Service Award winners for their remarkable contributions.
Seniors Cam Brandt, Kelen Dietrich and Emily Tirey made their families proud and colleges happy as they committed to athletic programs.
More than 300 U.S. veterans took a moment to soak in the warmth as 2,700 cheering, clapping students welcomed them to OHHS.