Oak Hills High School News
Help our Bridgetown Middle School #Bobcats get to Washington, D.C. Join us for the annual BMS Rummage sale on Saturday, January 19 from 8-11am in the Bridgetown old gym and the multipurpose room. Pick up some new treasurers including old toys,
The Oak Hills Band Association presents a Symphonic Spaghetti Spectacular on Sunday, February 24. The event requires reservations. Please email SpaghettiOHBands@gmail.com by February 10 to reserve your spot. Tickets are just $8 for adults and $6
Students in the Oak Hills Work Study program are practicing a variety of work skills in a new way this semester by participating in the Coca-Cola Gives program. Work Study students collect bottle lids from a number of drop-off locations around
"Celebrating Art" is devoted to the promotion and appreciation of student art. The intent of their student art contest is to motivate student artists. The top entries are published in an anthology that will record the creative works of today’s student
Sign-ups for Freshmen, Sophomore, and Junior College and Career Readiness (CCR) meetings have begun! CCR meetings provide an opportunity for you to meet as a student-parent-teacher team to discuss your child’s future plans and
Congratulations to our Highlander athletes named GMC Athletes of the Week! Week of December 17th - Sierra Dance Wrestling Sr. Sierra Dance is a Matscot captain. She managed
The OHHS Drawing and Printmaking students are exhibiting this year’s Memory Project portraits at the Fitton Center for Creative Arts. The Memory Project exhibition showcases portraits created for the Rohingya refugee children before they are sent off
Congratulations to the Highlander GMC Athletes of the Week: Week of December 10 - Abbey Schmidt Girls' Swimming Sophomore Abbey is a straight A student and 100% dedicated to all that she does. At
Congratulations to Cam Gramke - Girls' Basketball and Jacob Berkemeier - Boys' Basketball for being named Jimmy John's OHHS Players of the Week!
Studio Art AP students from Groh and Schorsch’s classes were visited by some "Winged Wonders" 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 connections
Congratulations to Junior Dy'Jhanik Armfield - Girls' Basketball and Freshman Brandon Mitchell - Wrestling for being named Jimmy John's Highlander Athletes of the Week!
We are underway with the Winter season at Oak Hills High School! Congratulations to the following Highlanders for being named GMC Athletes of the Week! Week of December 3 - MacKenzie Harbin Sr.
The Art and Design Department are sharing two featured artists. Alexis Hetzel - Grade 11 Artist Statement: "I am a junior, and I have taken art every year except 8th grade. I never really was confident in my artwork until
The OHHS Spirit Shop in the commons will be open on Fridays from 10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. and also on the following dates for your holiday shopping needs: December 11: 4:30 - 9 p.m. during the boys basketball games vs. Fairfield December 15: 9 a.m. -
OHHS Community Service Club cleaned up the community on Wed 11/14 by decreasing litter in the area. Students and staff got thumbs up and beeps from those driving by and one resident came out to thank the group for doing this service. If you would like
On November 16, Branden Middendorf, Chairman of the Cincinnati chapter of the International Game Developers Association, visited Oak Hills High School. He met with the game development students to discuss the local game development community, career preparedness in the industry and upcoming events students can attend.
As the winter weather can often be unpredictable, we'd like to take this time to remind you of our protocol for sharing updates about weather-related delays and cancellations. There are several places you can go to find district information
Our RRMS Rams are gearing up for their spring trip to Washington, D.C. Help them get there by shopping at this year's rummage sale on December 1 from 9am - 12pm. Great bargains and shopping for a good cause. Hope you can make it!
The Oak Hills Band Association invites you and your family to attend Breakfast with Santa at Oak Hills High School on Saturday, December 15 from 8 - 11 am. Cost is just $5/adult and $3/child.Join us for pancakes, juice and coffee. We'll have
The 2018 Thomas More University Juried High School Exhibition participants have been announced! Congratulations to the following OHHS Art and Design students whose work was selected for the exhibition: Allyson AlbertzPaula ConnollyKayla JavorskyMia
Congratulations to the OHHS Art and Design student whose art was selected as a High Merit piece for the Summer 2018 Celebrating Art competition and publication! Having a High Merit award means the art was an exceptional piece. Out of
Oak Hills Athletics and the Pink Ribbon Girls just wanted to say THANK YOU for the generous support the OH community has shown us for our 2018 Games for the Cause Pink campaign! We collected a total of $12,273! THANK YOU to our fall sports
The AP Art History and Studio Art AP students explored the Cincinnati Art Museum and made a quick stop in Eden Park with our 14 Guatemalan Exchange students from La Antigua. Part of the exchange is to experience the rich cultural resources related to the
Congratulations to our Highlander Award winners for the 2018 Fall season which were presented to our Varsity student-athletes at Monday night's Fall Awards program! The Highlander Award is not an MVP Award in the traditional
Almost three years ago, Anita Deutschle who is the front office secretary at OHHS, was hired. With her smile and pleasant attitude came a single candy dish on her desk. Over time, she added a few more bowls of candy and even some dispensers as her sweet treat
The OHHS Drawing and Printmaking students will be exhibiting this year's Memory Project portraits at the Fitton Center for Creative Arts. The Memory Project exhibition will showcase portraits created for the Rohingya refugee children before they are sent off
Today, Oct 25th as part of the CCR Day, students from Mrs. Mikos and Mr. Macke's class learned about job opportunities through Home Depot including: application process, interviewing skills and career readiness skills for competitive employment. Thanks to
All veterans are invited to Oak Hills High School on Monday, November 5 from 8-10:15 a.m. for a special presentation including student performances, tribute videos, guest speakers and more. We are honored and proud to thank you for your service to our
Mr. Wandsnider's Legal Issues students visited the Hamilton County Justice Center and Courthouse on October 24th, 2018. The students sat in on arraignment hearings, an actual court proceeding of a criminal case, and toured the jail facility. The opportunity
On a brisk Tuesday in October, Studio Art AP, AP Art History, and Sculpture students explored Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park with our 14 Guatemalan Exchange students from La Antigua. Part of the exchange is to experience life in today's America, which
Congratulations to the following Highlanders for being named GMC Athletes of the Week! Week of Oct. 22nd Zachary Moeller Senior Boys' Soccer In two tournament games last
Come cheer on the band! Their final competition of the year is this Saturday, October 27, at Colerain High School. They are one of 22 bands competing throughout the day and evening. They are scheduled to perform at 8:45 pm. Let's pack the stands to support
Great Oaks Career Campus administrators will be on hand on Monday, October 22 at a community forum to answer residents’ questions about the 2.7-mill tax levy renewal on the November ballot. Great Oaks President/CEO Harry Snyder and Treasurer/CFO Ben
On Monday, October 22, the Green and Delhi Township Police Departments will be conducting an Active Shooter Training for parents and interested community members. The presentation will take place in the auditorium at Oak Hills High School from 5:30
Congratulations to the Highlanders who were named GMC Athletes of the Week! Week of October 9th - Zachary Moeller Sr. Boys' Soccer Zach set a school record in a 6-3 victory over Sycamore
Congratulations to the Highlander athletes for being named GMC Athletes of the Week! Week of October 15th - Sam Seibert Sr. Boys' Cross Country Sam ran a lifetime best of 17:01 on Saturday at the GMC
Oak Hills High School invites you to our Open House on Sunday, November 4 from 1-4 p.m. The purpose of the open house is to:* showcase many of the great opportunities the high school has to offer directly to students* allow parents to hear from former
Join the Oakettes in celebrating 60 years of the best tradition on the west-side of Cincinnati: the Oak Hills High School Oakettes! Take a walk down memory lane and remember marching to the field with the band, kicklines across the football field and/or gym
Those who have taught, or worked with 2016 OHHS graduate Taylor Helms know that she is a powerhouse of talent and one of the most hardworking artists in our community. Taylor created numerous sets for OHHS productions (and continues to come back to
Oak Hills students who are studying Chinese at OHHS took a field trip to Miami University in Oxford. This field trip was last Friday (9/28). Our students practiced Chinese Kung Fu and designed their individual kites before the field
Marching Highlanders to compete this Saturday - La Salle High School Invitational Saturday, October 6, 2018 OHHS is 1 of 19 bands competing and we perform at 7:30 pm $8 admission for adults, $3 for kids 12 and under Come on out and root
Congratulations to the Highlanders who were named GMC Athletes of the Week! Week of October 1st - MacKenzie Hoy Jr. Girls' Tennis Mackenzie had another great week of tennis. Mackenzie and her
A group of 25 students from Modern World Issues, AP Comparative Government and International Studies participated in a roundtable discussion with an international delegation from the European Union. With representatives from France, Germany, Italy,
The OH Peer Partners Club spent the day on Wednesday, September 26 at Whitewater Park. The Special Olympics event had to cancel due to wet grounds so they spent their time building friendships. Everyone enjoyed the day by walking the park trail and eating a picnic lunch.
In four AP Psychology classes students are working towards a goal other than grades. Say whaaaat? How? Students work on advancing on a game board, each box comprised of an activity or task important to the class, with opportunities to
Introducing your 2018 Oak Hills High School Homecoming court! Timothy Doyle, Alaa Habbas, Michael Balor Appiarius, Jacob Berkemeier, Zachary Moeller, Alexander Hughes, Benjamin Murray, Aaron Tam Alexandra Azucena, Thalia Georges, Ellie Sturm,
For the 5th year in a row, the district is proud to release our #QualityProfile. We hope you'll take a few minutes to review this impressive report highlighting our #highlanderstrong district! You can find this year's report under the About Us
Thursday, September 20 marked the end to another successful year of the Oak Hills Dingolfing German Exchange Program, 33 years and counting! This program is a three-week exchange program that begins with the German students visiting Oak Hills
National Merit Semifinalists We are very pleased to announce that Oak Hills High School has three National Merit Scholarship Program SEMIFINALISTS! Congratulations to Sam Herzog, Grace Bollinger and Ryan West. These three students are among 16,000 students
It's Homecoming week! The annual parade takes off from C.O. Harrison Elementary on Thursday evening at 6 p.m. Be ready with your camera to snap some photos of the smiling faces and cheer on the Highlanders as they pass. Route information:The OHHS
Thank you to all who came out to support our Boys' and Girls' Soccer teams for their Games for the Cause on a very wet and rainy Saturday! The teams all looked great in their pink uniforms and their tributes in support or in memory of family and friends
The International Day of Peace ("Peace Day") is observed around the world each year on September 21. Established in 1981 by a unanimous United Nations resolution, Peace Day provides a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to Peace above all
National Art Honor Society students at OHHS have elected to participate in The Memory Project as part of their community service again this year. Many of the students have previously participated in the project through the Drawing and Printmaking course, and
The OHHS Marching Highlanders took home Reserve Grand Champion, 2nd place overall out of 10 bands, at this past weekend's Taylor Band Premiere Marching Band Competition! A huge congratulations to these fantastic students. The Marching Highlanders next compete
Congratulations to the following GMC athletes of the week: Week of September 17 - Caroline Eichhorn Girls' Tennis Jr Caroline and her partner, Mackenzie, fell in a tough 1st Doubles match in a third set
Thank you to everyone who supported the OH Games for the Cause on Friday, Sept 14th at the football game! It was a great night as we were able to raise money for the Pink Ribbon Girls and the Highlanders beat Hamilton! We continue our Games for
The visitation for Conner Cain will be held on Monday, September 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Shiloh United Methodist Church in Delhi. Funeral services will immediately follow the visitation. The family has asked for those attending to wear pajama
The Oak Hills Local School District is partnering with Jewish Hospital/Mercy Health to provide Mobile Mammography services in three of our school buildings in early November. This service is open for our staff and community members. Schedule an appointment
Dear Highlander community, Last night, I was notified of the tragic death of one of our students, senior Conner Cain. Conner was involved in an automobile accident on Monday morning, resulting in injuries from which he was unable to recover. Please keep the
Congratulations to our Highlander GMC Athletes of the Week: Week of Sept. 10th - Carson Lewis Sr. Boys' Soccer Carson scored once directly off a corner kick and had an assist in a 4-0 win at Kettering
The International Day of Peace (“Peace Day”) is observed around the world each year on September 21. Established in 1981 by a unanimous United Nations resolution, Peace Day provides a globally shared date for all humanity to commit to Peace
It's that time of year and the Oak Hills Highlanders are back with our Pink Games for the Cause! We have a great line-up of games this fall: September 14: Football vs. Hamilton, 7 p.m. kickoff at
Three OHHS students have been named to the 2019 Ohio All-State Choir. The auditioned choir is made up of the top choir students from around the state. They will perform in Cleveland, OH on Saturday, Feb. 2 for the annual OMEA -
The Cincinnati Enquirer nominated athletes and teams each week. This past week, the Enquirer named the Oak Hills Football Team as the Top Ohio Football Team, Ethan Myers was named Top Ohio Football Player, and Sydney Jones was named Top Tennis
Congratulations to our Highlander GMC Athletes of the Week: Week of Sept. 4th - Julia Galloway Girls' Tennis Sr. Julia got two GMC wins over Colerain and Middletown and is now 7-2 on
Cincinnati Paints by Numbers: Fiona This summer marked the launch of a new mural series by ArtWorks: Cincinnati Paints-By-Numbers. The rotating mural project provides the public the opportunity to purchase a ticket and paint alongside the ArtWorks team. The
Mr. Groh will be unveiling his 2020 European adventure later this September. Starting in 2014, Mr. Groh has been taking a group of current and former Oak Hills students on an educational trip overseas. These travelers have visited the Eiffel Tower,
OHHS Art and Design junior Emma Sedlack worked as an Apprentice this summer on the ArtWorks and Visionaries + Voices partnership mural located in Oakley. The goal of the project was to build a more inclusive community through creative collaboration between
Taylor Helms, an OHHS Art and Design 2016 graduate, worked as an Apprentice this summer on the 125th anniversary mural for the Woman’s Art Club of Cincinnati. Artist Tine Westerkamp designed this beautiful piece for the oldest and longest running
While the students were busy at work beautifying Cincinnati this summer, OHHS Art and Design teacher Jamie Schorsch was creating a large scale mural for the Miami University Regionals: Hamilton Campus. Schorsch was a part of a team of
As many of you know, Oak Hills Bands has been a great pillar of our community for decades. Its traditions combined with the immense hard work of our wonderful students, former and current, has spurred great growth in our program over the past few years, and
The 2018 OHHS Marching Highlanders are excited to enter their second season of competitive marching in the Mid-States Band Association! Please come and check out any of our three competitions this season: 9/15 @ Taylor HS 10/6 @ La Salle HS -
Oak Hills High School will be offering the PSAT on Saturday, October 13th, 2018. The test is open to all OHHS Sophomore and Junior students. Registration will begin Monday, August 27th and will end Friday, September 7th. Registration will be completed
Sign-ups for Senior College and Career Readiness (CCR) meetings have begun! The senior year CCR meeting is the most important and the format will be completely different than what you have experienced in the past. Senior CCR meetings provide an
We would like to thank all of our parents, staff, alumni and community members who voted in today’s election. On behalf of the board of education, administrative team and staff, we truly appreciate your continued support and commitment to the Oak Hills
Congratulations to the Highlander athletes who have been named GMC Athletes of the Week during the Spring Sports’ season! Your hard work, determination, and outstanding performances have been recognized by the Highlander and GMC communities! Lasse
A letter from the desk of superintendent Jeff Brandt: As you are aware, our district placed an operating levy on the ballot for August 7, 2018. As we draw closer to the election date, you may be hearing about or reading social media posts that may not
OHHS Art and Design teacher Jamie Schorsch has been hard at work this sweltering summer creating a large scale mural for the Miami University Regionals Hamilton Campus. Schorsch is a part of a team of three other local artists: John McCoy, Abby Martin and
Ben Hageman was approved as the new Oak Hills Athletic Director at the July 10 Board of Education meeting. "After spending the first 19 years of my career in the classroom, I am thrilled to have the opportunity to work in athletics at Oak Hills. This
Congratulations to the following Highlander athletes for being named Cincinnati Enquirer 2018 Ohio Spring All Stars! Baseball Tyler Murphy - Sr - Second Team Nick Deifel - Sr - Second Team Drew Wetterich - Sr - Honorable
The numbers are in! This year Oak Hills Local School District raised a total of $39,888 for the American Heart Association, an all-time record set by the district in one year. Each school put on and participated in jump-a-tons, basketball tournaments and
We'd like to share some administrative changes for the 2018-19 school year that were approved at last night's school board meeting. Congratulations to Grant Anderson and Kristin Grote, Oak Hills High School house principals on their recent appointments
We are deeply saddened to share the news that Oak Hills High School teacher, Michele Taylor, passed away suddenly from natural causes on Monday, June 18, 2018. The family has planned a private service. There will be an open house, celebration of
On June 13, we held a live teleconference for district residents regarding the August 7 levy. If you didn't get a chance to participate in the call, you can tune in to hear the dialogue and questions that were asked. Simply click here to listen to the
The English Department is pleased to announce that all students entering Honors English II, Honors English III, AP Seminar, AP Language and Composition, and AP Literature and Composition will take part in summer reading for the 18-19 school year. Please view
A HUGE congratulations to Elizabeth Cron who was named a 2017-18 NISCA/Speedo Girls One Meter Diving All-America! We wish you the best of luck at the University of
On February 22 and 23, the Oak Hills High School media center hosted a book festival and luncheon to celebrate the work our high school book mentors have been doing with 4th and 5th-grade students from J.F. Dulles Elementary. Activities on
At the Monday, May 7, 2018, board meeting, our Board of Education unanimously passed the Resolution to Proceed with a 4.9 mill operating levy in the August 7, 2018 election. We have posted the answers to frequently asked questions on the treasurer's
The 2018 Spring Awards were held last night and Highlander Awards and individual team awards were given out to our student-athletes. The Highlander Award is not an MVP Award in the traditional sense, but rather recognition of the person that
Congratulations to our Regional qualifiers for Track & Field: Nathan Shelby - 110 hurdles Luke Neuhaus - Discus Mitch Luken - 800m Drew Toon - 1600m Hannah Bennett - 800m Michael Radcliffe, RJ Linenkugel, Drew Toon, Mitch Luken - 4x400m
Ms. Kopf's and Ms. Schorsch's Painting and Mixed Mixed Media students have been busy creating murals as a culminating collaborative project over the course of the past month. Each Painting and Mixed Media class designed and created one mural panel that
Congratulations Highlanders! On Monday, May 14, we held a wonderful graduation ceremony for some of our students with special needs. We are so proud of their accomplishments. Thank you Michael Buchert for playing the bagpipes, UnCommon Time for singing the
Thank you to Greater Cincinnati Foundation and their #LearningLinks grant, Mrs. Foster was able to obtain a Little Free Library for John Foster Dulles Elementary School and our local community! What is this? A Little Free Library is
Congratulations to Olivia Brown, OHHS senior who is Wright State bound, on her Western Hills Community Service Club Personal Achievement Award! Also, congratulations to her incredible parents, Scott and Jennifer Brown -- Scott teaches 6th grade at Bridgetown and Jennifer teaches 4th grade at Dulles.
On Monday, May 7, 2018, the Oak Hills School Board passed a resolution to place a 4.9 mill operating levy on the August 7, 2018 ballot. In the wake of recent school safety tragedies, district and building leadership teams have collaborated with local
Congratulations to the Highlanders who have been named 2017-18 Winter season Ohio Division 1 All-Stars by the Cincinnati Enquirer: Boys' Bowling Kurt Francisco - Coach of the Year - Coach Francisco guided the Highlanders to the No. 1 overall
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Oak Hills High School Drama Club proudly presents - SEE HOW THEY RUN! Thursday, May 3rd Friday, May 4th Saturday, May 5th 7:00pm Oak Hills High School Tickets are $10 To order tickets,
There's a new community service club at the high school with a mission to clean up the litter that is collecting on our roadsides and in our neighborhoods. On Saturday 4/28/18, a group of OHHS students and teacher Susan Kallschmidt did litter clean up around
Eighteen of our juniors participated in a leadership training presented by the University of Cincinnati's Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity. The training was the Sigma Phi Epsilon Leadership Academy (SPELA). Leadership was the focus but our
In our best showing to date, these 7 French students placed in the National French Exam. Silver 85th percentile (Logan Herr French 3) Bronze 75th percentile (Josh Presnell AP and Amanda
We are overwhelmed by the generosity of John Maher '72 and John Maher Builders. On Saturday, April 21, 2018, a group of former wrestlers and coaches gathered at Oak Hills High School and surprised Coach Frank Shaut. A $100,000 gift was made to
Congratulations to Highlander bowlers, senior Alex Rieger and sophomore Chase Francisco, for being nominated for the 2018 Cincinnati.com Sports Awards. The Cincinnati.com Sports Awards recognizes and honors the top athletic accomplishments in Greater Cincinnati High School Sports.
We would like to congratulate OHHS basketball player Ben Zahneis for receiving the Don Hughes/Greater Cincinnati Basketball Hall of Fame $500 Scholarship! He will be recognized at the Greater Cincinnati Basketball Hall of Fame Banquet and Induction Ceremony
Take note of these smiling faces because these Highlander sophomores are leaders among their peers and going places! Tonight they presented to the Oak Hills school board about their idea to start a Hopesquad at Oak Hills. They were prepared, poised
Ten years ago, Oak Hills alumnus Gretta Blankenship opened Aroma’s Java & Gelato on Bridgetown Road. Gretta and her husband are both graduates of the class of 1977. During the summer of that first year in 2007, Steve Groh, Art teacher at OHHS,
On Thursday, April 12th, Ms. Jennifer Harris and Mr. Robert Klotz accompanied a group of Oak Hills freshman and sophomores to the "Game with a Cop" program at the Cincinnati Reds, sponsored by the Hamilton County Sheriff's office. The "Game with a
Congratulations to our student-athletes who signed their letters of intent at Oak Hills High School today, April 11, 2018. Leah Falco - Women’s Cross Country - Mount St. Joseph UniversityLauren Rippy - Women’s
At Oak Hills High School, we like to recognize students who have good attendance. At the end of each month, we draw names from a list of students who have perfect attendance for that month. Four (4) students from each grade level are then recognized
Congratulation to the OHHS Art and Design students who will be exhibiting artwork at the 2018 University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash Campus, Ohio Regional High School Juried Art Exhibition! The UCBA Art Exhibition consists of 79 artwork produced by 67 high school
The Honors Marketing Students will have two groups competing in the High School Business Competition at MSJ this Friday, April 13. These OHHS students will be presenting their Business Plans of a Sprint Triathlon to a panel of esteemed judges and
The spirit shop will be hosting their last open house on May 5 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Most items will be discounted by 20 percent. It's a perfect time to get graduation gifts or items for next year! Graduation signs will also be available for
Kudos to Key Club! They spent their first day of spring break volunteering at the Freestore Foodbank packing 561 boxes of food for the elderly in the community. That's over 14,000 pounds of food for those in need. Great job, Highlanders!
The 45 portraits that the OHHS Drawing and Printmaking students created were successfully delivered to the children and teens living in refugee camps in Syria. The people at The Memory Project wanted us to know that the children absolutely loved them and
The Delhi Township Police Department is offering free active-shooter training for OHLSD parents on April 9, but you must register at this link: https://goo.gl/forms/QOz8yuDz5urHmSN62 Thank you, Delhi
The members of the Western Hills Community Service Club invite you to attend The Cheviot Classic Car Show, presented by Kelsey Chevrolet and sponsored by Dwyer Insurance and Hoeting Realtors, on Sunday, May 6, 2018 at Harvest
One of our business class is Microsoft Office Application. In this class, students learn formulas and making charts in Excel.
Ceramics is a semester course offered through the Art & Design Department for students interested in exploring various approaches to manipulating and creating art with clay. Currently, the students are getting the opportunity to learn and
Please consider signing up for the Hoxworth Blood Drive on Monday, April 2 as a tribute and recognition for two of our own Highlanders! Adam Haehnle, was an Oakdale, Bridgetown and Oak Hills High School student who tragically took his own life in April of
On Thursday, March 22, the editorial staff of the OHHS school newspaper, The Tartan, launched a new website. They've been working hard on this project all year under the direction of the teacher, Ben Hageman. Students researched different website
On Monday night March 19, 2018, the Oak Hills German Klub enjoyed dinner at the Hofbräuhaus in Newport. The night was organized by president Hannah Baldwin, a junior at OHHS, and vice president Abby McElwee, a senior. Students who participated in
On Wednesday, March 21, 2018, the OHLSD 2-hour delay has been changed. The district is now closed today. Be safe if you have to go out and stay warm.
On Wednesday, March 21, 2018, the OHLSD is on a 2-hour delay with no AM preschool and no AM kindergarten. Stay safe, Highlanders.
The Honors Marketing Students in Mr. Mirizzi's class have been busy preparing for a business competition coming up at Mount Saint Joseph University. This is a new competition that MSJ is hosting and will showcase several local schools as they have to
Congratulations to AP Photo Student, Kimberlea Czulewicz! From the 11,500 works of art submitted to The Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition, only 2,500 are selected to enter the state judging. State jurors, then, whittle it down even further to just
Congratulations to OHHS Indoor Drumline for winning first place in The Mid East Performance Association (MEPA) drumline and winter guard competition on Saturday, March 17.
Want to know what's cooking at OHHS? Students in the transitions class at Oak Hills are learning their way around the kitchen from a pro! They are working with chef Ashley Mulle in the food science lab to make delicious dishes that they will be able to make
Congratulations to our 2018 the Highlander award winners! The Highlander Award is not an MVP award in the traditional sense, but rather recognition of the person who exemplifies the best of what a coach would want in his/her players. This award is given to
Painting and Mixed Media students from Ms. Kopf’s and Ms. Schorsch’s classes at OHHS are participating in the “Art in Root” program, through which they will receive one to two visits from a Great Parks’ interpreter with a native
Join us on April 10, 2018 at Rapid Run Middle School for a performance at 6:30 p.m. This free event will showcase students from Oak Hills HS Ambassador Jazz Band, Rapid Run MS Jazz Band and the C.O. Harrison Singers. It is being made possible with a
The weekend of March 3rd, the regional level of judging for The Ohio Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition, took place. The Exhibition, now in its forty-eighth year, is dedicated to the educational and artistic advancement of our talented young people
Painting and Mixed Media students at OHHS are participating in the “Art in Root” program, through which they will receive 1–2 visits from a Great Parks’ interpreter with a native animal for natural history presentation, as well as a
Oak Hills senior basketball player Ben Zahneis has only taken two shots and two free throws all season. He has four points, one rebound and he’s played a total of 12 minutes. However, Zahneis is proof that there are plenty of ways to impact a
Congratulations to the Highlander Athletes who have been named GMC Athletes of the Week during the winter sports season! Your hard work, determination, and outstanding performanceshave been recognized by the Highlander and GMC communities! Balor
Please join the Oak Hills community in an effort to raise funds for our 7th Annual One Hope, One Heart fundraiser. This is a family-friendly event that is open to all of the Oak Hills community. This is an event for all ages to enjoy! On Friday, March 23,
Congratulations to Ben Zahneis who was named the Western Hills Community Service Club student of the month last Thursday. Ben received a $500 scholarship from the organization. Congratulations, Ben!
The Environmental Action Committee of Mount St. Joseph University and the Oak Hills Local School District are proud to sponsor a community electronics recycling day on Saturday, April 14 in the student parking lot (north lot) of Oak Hills
On February 22 & February 23, the Oak Hills High School Media Center hosted a Book Festival & Luncheon to celebrate the work our high school book mentors have been doing with 4th & 5th grade students from Dulles Elementary. Activities on these two
Congratulations to the OHHS Art and Design students who will be exhibiting artwork at the 2018 University of Cincinnati, Blue Ash Campus, Ohio Regional High School Juried Art Exhibition! The UCBA Art Exhibition consists of 79 artworks produced
Ms. Schorsch’s Drawing and Printmaking students recently participated in a Screenprinting demonstration and mini-workshop led by Art Academy of Cincinnati Printmaking Professor Matthew Dayler. Dayler’s work has been exhibited nationally and
Mark your calendars for the 2018 OHLSD Creative Arts Festival at OHHS on March 10 from 1-4 p.m.! The annual festival celebrates and showcases the visual arts and design in the district. Events and activities scheduled for the day include: 2018
Congratulations to senior Toby Boehringer (percussion) and sophomore Josh Liedhegner (tenor sax) for a terrific performance this past weekend at Princeton HS for the 2018 O.M.E.A. District 14 High School Honor Jazz Band! Toby and Josh were two of only twenty
The OHHS Majorettes went to their first competition (since 1994) on Sunday. They competed in the SOBTA – Southern Ohio Tournaments – in Trenton, Ohio.The team competed in two categories and brought home a first and a second place. Now that's
Registration applications can be requested by contacting Karen Floyd, Preschool Secretary, at 722-7144, or by contacting the main office staff at any elementary school office or district office for assistance at 574-3200.
The National Merit Scholarship Program has now determined which of the 16,000 Semifinalists named in September 2017 have met all requirements to advance to Finalist standing in the competition. Congratulations to Oak Hills High School Dylan Roach
Today, grade-level meetings for all students took place at Oak Hills High School with principal Hunt, school resource officer Crone and officers from the Green Township Police Department related to school safety. ALICE (alert, lockdown,
Did you know you that in addition to searching building calendars, accessing staff directory, catching up on the latest school news, getting weather-related school delay and closing information and sharing photos, you can also submit anonymous tips through
Congrats to ELIZABETH CRON for finishing as the 4th best diver in the entire state of OHIO! She was unbelievably determined and finished strong! Wow!
The Oak Hills High School Oakettes have participated in several projects recently. One being "THE HIGHLANDER HERO," organized by team member Kaitlyn Delaney around the Thanksgiving/Christmas holiday. Dance families donated items (see
Congratulations to the OHHS Art and Design student whose art was selected as a High Merit piece for the Fall 2017 Celebrating Art competition and publication! Having a High Merit award means the art was an exceptional piece. Out of
At a recent basketball game, members of the OHHS Art Club help collect money for our Feed A Highlander program. These students had the opportunity after finishing their own work to do something positive and help fellow students.
On Feb. 3, 2018, Speech Team Captains Brody Armstrong and Timmy Nguyen qualified for the State Championship! This is the first time in recent memory that Oak Hills has made it to state. They performed in the Duo Interpretation Category together,
The Oak Hills school board is currently seeking nominations for the 2018 Hall of Honor Award. Click here for the nomination form. The winner will be honored at the Oak Hills Alumni & Educational Foundation recognition dinner on May 2 at the Western
Oak Hills Athletics is proud to announce our 17 student-athletes for today's Collegiate Signing Day. Congratulations to our student-athletes and their families! Thank you to Coach Rolfes and Gabby Buccino for filming the ceremony. The link for
Congratulations to our 17 student-athletes who signed their letters of intent this morning at Oak Hills High School. #weownit #highlanderstrong Front Row Haley Miller - Women’s Soccer - Ohio University Brooke Chaille - Women’s Soccer - Mt St
On Wednesday, February 7, 2018, the OHLSD is CLOSED. The high school athletic signing will be moved to tomorrow morning at 7:30 a.m. Be careful out there!
Join the Bobcats for their musical performance of Annie Jr. on Friday, March 2 and Saturday, March 3. Tickets are only five dollars and can be purchased with cash or check made payable to BMS by emailing email@example.com. Showtimes are 7 p.m. with an
The 2018 Oak Hills Band Association spring craft/vendor fair is quickly approaching! The event will take place on Saturday, March 3, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at Oak Hills High School. Admission is $2. Registrations from vendors and crafters for booths
As you are aware, flu season has hit our region. The Oak Hills Local School District has the utmost concern for the well-being and health of all of our students and staff during the winter months, but especially during the height of flu season. We continue to
This Rain Barrel Art Project was created to promote the use of rain barrels throughout the Ohio River Valley area through a creative and educational medium. Rain barrels continue to grow in popularity across the country. However, one of its biggest drawbacks
ELECTRIFY YOUR STRINGS! ROCK ORCHESTRA EXPERIENCE with WORLD-RENOWNED ELECTRIC VIOLINIST MARK WOOD AND VOCALIST LAURA KAYE TO PERFORM WITH STUDENTS International recording artist and Emmy award-winning composer Mark Wood, an original member of
Congratulations OHMS Cheerleaders on a super successful 2017-18 season! At the majority of the competitions this year, these ladies won first place in their division and high point/grand champs, meaning they often scored higher than all the other middle
Mark your calendar and plan to visit the OHHS spirit shop on Saturday, February 3, 2018 to grab up some new winter gear!
Oak Hills Athletics will be holding a signing day for our Highlander athletes who have committed to further their academic and athletic careers in college next year. For a full list of signees please go to oakhillssports.com. We invite family, friends,
Oak Hills High School is proud to host the 2018 Greater Miami Conference Wrestling Championships on Saturday, February 3rd. Doors open for spectators at 9:00 AM with the first round of wrestling slated to begin at 10:00 AM. Finals
Voice of Democracy (VOD) is an annual nationwide scholarship program sponsored by the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW). It is an audio-essay contest for high school students in grades 9-12. The program annually provides more than $2.3
OHHS started a bagpipe club less than three years ago. Michael Buchert was one of the students who decided to join the club and learn to play. Michael has mastered this instrument in that short time and has been in demand ever since that
We are so thankful for the support from our Highlander community for our #TealPower events last weekend during our boys and girls basketball games to support the Ovarian Cancer Alliance of Gr Cincinnati! Over the last four years, Oak Hills
One of our alumni, Tyler Willig, and two UC engineering peers presented their NASA presentation to our Capstone and AP Research students. They shared the challenges and successes of this endeavor and encouraged our students to embrace the challenges in their own capstone projects.
Congratulations to the following Highlander athletes for being named Cincinnati Enquirer 2017 Fall Ohio All-Stars! Football Jacob Woycke - Sr - Honorable Mention Jacob Berkemeier - Jr - Honorable Mention Boys' Soccer Pierce Haucke - Sr -
The Overture Awards is a program that recognizes, encourages and rewards excellence in the arts among Greater Cincinnati students in grades 9-12. Its mission is to encourage arts education as an integral part of a student’s academic experience and to
NAHS and The Memory Project: Our Philippines Delivery Video is here! National Art Honor Society students at OHHS have elected to participate in The Memory Project as part of their service this year. Many of the students have previously participated in the
Congratulations to the Oak Hills High School students whose artwork was selected for the VSA OHIO 22nd Annual Accessible Expressions Ohio Traveling Exhibition. Grace Climer (Grade 10) Oscar Hand (Grade 10) Collin Santiago (Grade 9) Ian Walker (Grade
Award notifications are in! Congratulations to these very talented OHHS Art and Design students on their accomplishments this year in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards. Visit the OHHS Art and Design website here to view images of the
Tune in to Local 12, WKRC, with Liz Bonis at 5:30 p.m. tonight to learn more about our Teal Power Shootout happening this Saturday, 1/20/18 at OHHS. Donate your ponytail at halftime of the girls basketball during our Pantene Beautiful
Congratulations to the following OHHS students for an outstanding performance at the "2018 OMEA District 14 High School Honor Band" event held at Princeton High School: Brianna Rhoton (flute), Kari Sexton (flute), Madi Bosch (bass clarinet), Taylor Glover
The OHHS spirit shop is open tonight from 6:30 - 8 p.m. This is the last Wednesday of the school year the shop will be open. Future Saturday open house hours will be posted as they are scheduled. Come grab some new Highlander gear!
The Oak Hills vs. Elder boys basketball games are on for this evening! Freshman will start at 4:30 pm, JV will start at 6pm and varsity will tip-off around 7:30pm. Tickets will be on sale starting at 3:30 pm at the gates. Adult tickets are $8 and
Rapid Run Middle School will be performing Seussical Jr. at 7 p.m. January 25-27, 2018. Tickets are now on sale for $5 and can be purchased ahead of time by contacting Holly Asman at firstname.lastname@example.org. Any remaining tickets
UPDATE: 2-hour delay moved to a CLOSE on 1/16/18. ❄️❄️❄️ Due to hazardous road conditions on several side streets within the district, as a result of yesterday's snowfall, the OHLSD is now
On Friday, January 12, 2018, the OHLSD is CLOSED. All Friday evening activities are canceled. #snowday
Kindergarten registration is set for March 14 & 15, 2018, from 4 - 6:30 p.m. Please bring your future Highlander kindergarten student with you for a tour of the building and a literacy screening assessment. Be sure to bring the appropriate documentation
Have a child ready to enter kindergarten next year? Join us at any of our elementary schools on February 22 from 6-7 p.m. for a parent-only kindergarten preview meeting. You will hear a brief presentation from principals for the upcoming school year for your
Update: The OHHS vs Lakota West boys basketball games on 1/12/18 have been moved to Saturday, 1/13/18 with game times remaining the same:
Freshman 4:30 p.m.
JV 6 p.m.
Varsity 7:30 p.m.
Dear Oak Hills Right At School Families, Here is a reminder on the cold weather and snow/ice procedures for our programs. Cold Weather Program Offerings: 1. Extended Early Adventures Program during Cold Weather 2 Hour Delay a. Starts
Due to hazardous road conditions, the 2-hour delay has been upgraded to a closing. On January 8, 2018, the OHLSD is CLOSED.
On Monday, January 8, 2018, the OHLSD is on a 2-hour delay with no morning preschool or kindergarten.
On Friday, January 5, 2018, the Oak Hills Local School District is CLOSED. Stay warm and enjoy a good book!