Oak Hills High School News
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.
Congratulations to the 2 OHHS Art and Design students whose art was selected as a High Merit piece for the Summer 2019 Celebrating Art competition and publication! Having a High Merit award means the art was an exceptional piece. Out of thousands of entries
Come check out the OHHS Ambassador Jazz Band this Sunday November 24th at the Germania Society's annual Christkindlmarkt! We perform at 1pm and it's always a fantastic time! For details click HERE. We promise it'll
Ms. Schorsch's Drawing and Printmaking students were visited by some furry and amphibious friends as a part of the “Art in Root” program they are participating in this year. “Art in Root” is a three-step program designed to create
Ms. Schorsch’s Studio Art AP 2D Design and Drawing students are participating in the Art Academy of Cincinnati’s Artist & Writer in Residence program through their Community Education division. The program focuses on the 21st Century Thinking
OHHS Art and Design Studio Art AP, AP Art History students recently visited the Contemporary Arts Center to view "Art and Race Matters". The exhibition is the first comprehensive retrospective of one of America’s most compelling and
On Oct. 30th, Mr. Wandsnider's Legal Issues Class toured the Hamilton County Justice Center and Courthouse. Students sat in on arraignment hearings, toured the jail and even witnessed a civil trial in process. It was a great learning experience for all who attended.
“The Memory Project” is a nonprofit organization that invites art teachers and their students to create portraits for youth around the world who have faced substantial challenges, such as neglect, abuse, loss of parents, and extreme poverty. Over
Congratulations to our Highlander Award recipients for the 2019-20 Fall season! The awards were presented to our Varsity student-athletes at last night's Fall Awards program. The Highlander Award is not an MVP Award in the traditional sense, but rather
Congratulations to our 1st Quarter Honor Roll Students!! Highest Honors High
Selections 2019 is a biennial exhibition and awards gala, hosted since 1983 by Mount Saint Joseph University, that spotlights artworks created by talented area junior and senior high school students as selected by their art teachers. Also included in the