Oak Hill Elementary School
Oak Hill Middle / High School
Davis Stadium Entrance & Field House
Classes begin Wednesday, August 22nd.
Boys entering grades 9-12 who would like to be on the OHHS Golf Team should contact Eric Faye at 740-418-1703.
This year, 130 works of art from twelve school districts were submitted for judging to become part of the 2018 Visually Literate High School Art Show. Benjy Davies, professor of art at the University of Rio Grande was the juror for the show. Only 51 works of art were chosen. Two of those came from Oak Hill High School. Laika Myers and KeAnn Wilson were honored for their work at the closing ceremony held on Thursday, May 17th at Shawnee State University.
Oak Hill Elementary would like to thank General Mills for their donation to the OAKS United, Inc. The donation will go to supporting the Growing Oaks program. Thank you General Mills. May 2018
Oak Hill Elementary would like to thank Jackson Walmart associates for their donation. The money was raised during the Autism Awareness event which was held at our local Jackson Walmart. Their generosity is very appreciated. Pictured (L-R): OHES Assistant Principal Whitney Crabtree, Jackson Walmart Manager Greg Blankenship, and OHES Principal Adam Michael. May 2018
Mr. Randy Layton, Principal of Oak Hill High School, has announced the honor graduates for the Class of 2018. The valedictorians of this year’s graduating class are Mr. Cole Hanning, Ms. Morgan Hubbard, Mr. Daniel Stewart, and Ms. Bailey Ward, and the salutatorian is Mr. Mitchell Hale. Oak Hill Seniors graduated Friday, May 18, 2018.
Oak Hill High School Valedictorians (L-R) Cole Hanning, Bailey Ward, Morgan Hubbard, and Daniel Stewart were recognized by WSAZ-TV3 as Best of the Class for 2018.
The 2017-2018 edition of the Active Acorns concluded their year with a joint event with the OAKS Afterschool Program, which featured Southern Ohio Medical Center’s Community Wellness Nurse Dawn Richards, RN. Forty parents and over 100 students attended the event which focused on healthier eating, physical activity, and relaxation techniques for students and their families. Door prizes and snacks were provided, and afterwards, a vendor fair was available from local community providers. April 2018
Oak Hill Union Local Schools has been honored with the Best Communities for Music Education designation from the NAMM Foundation for its outstanding commitment to music education. Oak Hill joins 583 districts across the country in receiving the prestigious award in 2018. This is the third consecutive year Oak Hill has been recognized for demonstrating outstanding achievement in efforts to provide music access and education to all students.