Oak Hills High School News
The 17th Biannual Student Photography Exhibit will be opening at Aroma’s Java and Gelato Friday, December 9 at 7 p.m. Come join them for great photography and the camaraderie of young artists. The exhibit showcases Photography students from Darkroom,
Congratulations to our Highlanders who made the first quarter honor roll. Click the links below for a complete listing of each. #highlanderstrong #ChooseOakHills HonorsHigh honorsHighest
Congratulations to our student athletes who signed their letters of intent this morning: Sidney McElroy – Softball – Wheeling Jesuit UniversityTia Rizzo – Softball – Cuyahoga Community CollegeRyan Batte – Basketball
Bell Day’s artwork had already been selected from many entries from the Greater Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky region for the Juried High School Exhibition at Thomas More College. At last night’s opening reception celebration,
The Studio Art AP students at Oak Hills High School recently had the opportunity to meet internationally renowned sculptor Tom Tsuchiya. Tscuhiya, a Cincinnati native, is most notably known regionally for the creation of the sculptures of the Cincinnati Reds
This November, the Oak Hills Local School District will be taking steps to help reduce the amount of waste produced in each of their schools and educate students about recycling by participating in the Hamilton County school recycling program. The big kick
Oak Hills High School Junior, Rachael Moody, has been nominated for the Congress of Future Medical Leaders in Boston, MA. The honors only program is designed for students wishing to pursue the careers as physicians or medical scientists. Rachael was nominated
On November 4, 2016, Oak Hills High School proudly honored more than 300 local veterans during their their tenth annual Veterans Day ceremony. The high school Varsity Singers began the celebration by singing the National Anthem as the Color Guard presented our nation’s colors.
Come check out, “You can’t take it with you” in the newly renovated auditorium at OHHS tonight or tomorrow. The set is amazing, the show is hilarious and the student talent is terrific. Tickets are just $10 and the show starts at 7pm. We hope to see you!
Photos courtesy of Ray Grothaus.
Oak Hills High School presents You Can’t Take It With You, on November 3, 4 and 5. This three-part comedic play by George S. Kaufman and Moss Hart, is sure to keep you laughing and be the highlight of your week. Come out and support the