Oak Hills High School News
They're the 18 seniors chosen by their peers to reign over Friday's Homecoming game against Lakota West.
A 30-foot illuminated "Nessie" float and eyeball lanterns -- OHHS art students are back at BLINK in a big way.
Homecoming 2019 kicks off with the Homecoming Parade, which leaves from C.O. Harrison Elementary at 6 p.m., on Oct. 2.
Honest, insightful and passionate -- that was the conversation residents, community leaders, students and staff members had on the first day of working on a new Strategic Plan.
Plan now to get your family vaccinated against this season’s flu virus. Low-cost flu vaccines will be available soon at drugstores, supermarkets, doctors' offices.
To support National Breast Cancer Awareness Month, OHLSD will host the Jewish Hosp/Mercy Health mammography van at three sites in November.
The Decorative Arts Center of Ohio is hosting an exhibit of award-winning artwork from across the state -- and OHS student Justin Crofoot will be part of it.
Like street food? Music? Mingling with friends for a good cause? Stop by the Food Truck Frenzy, Sat., Sept. 14, noon to 9 p.m, Oak Hills High School parking lot.
Celebrating Art hosts an annual competition promoting the best student artwork. Thousands of students entered. Oak Hills High School is proud to have 20 students honored.
The first step in ending bullying is to talk about it. On Sept. 9 at Rapid Run Middle School, noted anti-bullying expert Jim Bisenius will empower parents to help their children deal with or prevent bullying behavior.
The OHHS Marching Band is proud to announce having taken 1st place in our class and 3rd place overall out of 15 bands at Saturday's Lebanon Invitational. It was an extremely tight finish and we are so proud of our incredibly hard-working students and the
Over the past four years, Drawing and Printmaking and NAHS students have created over 200 portraits for children in Madagascar, the Philippines, and Syrian refugees in Jordan, Puerto Rico, and the Rohingya in Rakhine. This year, students at OHHS will be
BLINK is back for 2019 and the OHHS National Art Honor Society is gearing up to prepare for this year's parade!
BLINK® officially kicks off with the Future City Spectacular presented by Skyline Chili Parade just after sundown on Thursday, Oct. 10. Featuring more than 3,000 participants and groups from across the city and beyond, the parade will step from the corner
The OHHS Marching Band would like to invite you to our next competition of the season, this Saturday September 28th @ Lebanon Junior High School. Oak Hills will be 1 of 15 competing bands and is slated to perform last at 8:00pm. For event details, please
Congratulations to our Highlanders who were named GMC Athletes of the Week! Nate Srode Soph Boys' Cross Country Our team has been in a search for the guy who will complete
The Oak Hills High School Marching Band is proud to announce having taken 4th place overall out of 16 bands at this past weekend’s Taylor Band Premiere. Special mentions include scoring 2nd overall in the Music Performance caption, only 1 point
Congratulations to our Highlander athletes who were named GMC Athletes of the Week! Riley Broughton Soph Girls' Volleyball
Congratulations to our Jimmy John's OHHS Player of the Week!
Enquirer Girls' Soccer Athlete of the Week - Sophia Kuerze Congratulations to Sophia Kuerze for being named the Enquirer Girls' Soccer Athlete of the Week! Thanks to the Highlander Community for voting for her! Girls soccer: Sophia
The OHHS Marching Band would like to invite you to our first competition of the season, this Saturday September 14th @ Taylor High School. Oak Hills will be 1 of 16 competing bands and is slated to perform at 8:20pm. For event details, please
OHHS Art and Design student, Justin Crofoot, recently received an award for his artistic accomplishment at the VSAO's Accessible Expressions 2019 art show's "Day of the Arts for All" ceremony. Started in 1996, Accessible Expressions Ohio is an adjudicated,
This weekend Abigail Miller won first place at 2019 Harvest Home Fair in the student Ceramics category for her coil vessel titled Whirlpool. Abigail competed against local students ranging in ages up to 17 years old in the category. Abigail's coil vessel
Congratulations to our Highlander athletes who were named GMC Athletes of the Week! AJ Kontsis Jr. Boys' Golf AJ helped the Highlanders to wins over Walnut