Oak Hill Elementary School
Oak Hill Middle / High School
Davis Stadium Entrance & Field House
We are working together to allow our basketball players to be able to have a season, and to allow fans to cheer on our Oaks!
Due to COVID-19 guidelines, attendance at basketball games is limited. Players and cheerleaders will be issued a set number of vouchers depending on the venue (home or away). Each attendee must present a voucher and pay $5.00 for admission. (Passes may not be used.)
Due to limited seating requirements, we are pleased to announce that we will live-stream boys and girls high school basketball games this year.
We have updated our 2020-2021 school calendar to provide support to our staff who are working hard to serve every student every day both on our campuses and online. We are adding five additional in-service days where staff work but students do not attend school, so that we can meet the needs of our students. The dates are: September 24-25, November 6, January 15, and March 5. The revised calendar is posted on our website.
The National Honor Society challenged Oak Hill Middle/High School with a food drive. We are happy to donate over 850 items from the students and staff to the Oak Hill Food Pantry this year. Thank you to all who helped this be a huge success! Pictured at left (L-R) Brock Harden, Bryan Crabtree, Ethan Sickles, and Flint Barger. Click photo to enlarge. November 2020
Congratulations to 3rd grader Makenzie Bennett and 4th grader Cale Hutchins for achieving 50 miles walked in the OHES Walking Oaks Club and earning a water bottle. Fourth grader Morgan McCarty achieved 25 miles walked and earned the club t-shirt. Great job, students. The Walking Oaks Club is sponsored by a grant from the J Floyd Dixon Foundation. January 2021
Chief Petty Officer Cody Rochus was born in Westerville, Ohio, Mrs. Ashley Rochus was born in Gallipolis, Ohio and they are both graduates of Oak Hill High School in the class of 2004. Mrs. Rochus and Chief Rochus have been married since September 13th, 2008. They currently live in Saco, Maine with their nine year old Yellow Lab named Roxie Mae.
A special thanks to Mr. Ehman, Mrs. Allen, Dr. Marci Shepard, Mrs. Spohn, Miss Ruth for having their students participate in the video, Mr. Chuck Miller for speaking and Mr. Werntz for recording and editing the video. Thank you Veterans for your service!
Congratulations to OHES 3rd graders Thunder Bolt Boyd, Bella Boggs, Gracyn Allen, Claire Lunsford, and Khloie Scott for achieving 50 miles walked in the OHES Walking Club and earning water bottles. Fourth grader Emilee Hatfield achieved 25 miles and earned the club t-shirt. The Walking Oaks Club is sponsored by a grant from the J Floyd Dixon Foundation. Great job, students! November 2020