Oak Hill Elementary School
Oak Hill Middle / High School
Davis Stadium Entrance & Field House
Parent-Teacher conferences will be held Thursday, October 12th.
Conferences at the Middle/High School will be from 2:30-7:30pm. Call 740-682-7055 to schedule times.
Conferences at the Elementary School will be from 3:30-8:30pm. Call 740-682-7096 to schedule times.
(Conferences can be in person, by phone, or by Google Meet.)
The Homecoming Court was selected by OHHS students. Queen candidates were Savannah Stickley, Lynzee Kisor, and Emma Davis. Court attendants were Elizabeth Wolford, Hailee Allen, Brinlee Harden, Grace Hughes, Madi Donley, and Lexi Davis. King candidates were Max Gentry, Mason Davis, and Eli Faye.
For second year in a row, The Ohio Valley Banking Company is sponsoring the Oak Hill Elementary Walking Oaks Club, a club for students in grades 3-5 that rewards members with incentives for walking at recess and at home. Pictured (L-R) is OVB Loan Officer Carrie Dugan, Oak Hill Schools Nurse/Club Sponsor Alicia Cazenave, and OVB-Oak Hill Branch Manager Tim Jenkins. Thank you, Ohio Valley Bank! September 2023
Congratulations to OHHS junior Maggie Smittle for being selected for the All-State Choir as a Soprano 1. She is the first Oak Hill student to make it into the prestigious All-State Choir and to be accepted into an All-State Ensemble. Based on her Class A Solo performance and vocal warmups, Maggie was selected from 1,200 student applicants in grades 9-12. In February 2024, she will perform in a 155-member choir at the Ohio Music Education Association (OMEA) convention. September 2023
Oak Hill High School's Bass Fishing Team won the school's 2nd state title. The Bass Fishing Team of Braydon Brown, Evan Potter, and Captain Justin Williams finished first and captured the state championship on the Ohio River at Gallipolis. Click here to view the State Championship results. June 2023
New faculty members were introduced at the May 2023 meeting of the Board of Education. Pictured (L-R) are Middle/High School Intervention Teacher Chase Burdine, Middle School Principal Whitney Crabtree, Elementary Principal Rebekah Potter, and Grade 5 Teacher Kendall Hammond.