Oak Hill Schools will be closed Monday, January 21
For assistance, contact our Guidance Counselors:
Beth McCorkle at Oak Hill Elementary School (phone 740-682-7096).

Karen Spees at Oak Hill Middle/High School (phone 740-682-7055).

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Free Online Practice Tests

Test Prep Review is an online source for free, online practice tests.  Students can practice for the ACT, SAT & PSAT to name a few.  Check out this site and start practicing today!!  www.testprepreview.com

Spark Notes is another online source for free practice tests for the ACT and SAT.  In addition to practice tests, they also give you great test strategies for each section of the ACT/SAT.  Check it out at http://www.sparknotes.com/testprep

Need Help With Studying?

Students!~~ Do you need help with studying? ~~ Do you want to learn techniques to help you learn material more easily?~~  Do you need help with writing a composition or any type of paper?~~  If so, check out this website for help:  www.studygs.net .  This site is an online study guide to help you succeed in all areas of the curriculum. Check it out!

FAFSA PIN Information


Sign up for a FAFSA PIN before filling out a FAFSA application. Doing so avoids the time delays that would occur after applying for the FAFSA using actual signatures and sending it in via snail mail. Utilizing a FAFSA PIN reduces the amount of time taken for the application process. To apply for a FAFSA PIN, go to http://pin.ed.gov and select "Apply For A PIN" located in the left menu. Have on hand your social security number, email address and an easily remembered, but not obvious, four-digit number to use as your PIN.

After applying for and activating the FAFSA PIN, you will be able to use it to sign the FAFSA application only. Once the information supplied is verified by the Social Security Administration within one to three days, the FAFSA PIN can be used to access other student financial aid sites and to edit the student aid report.


Getting your driver's license?  Here's a great resource for you!

AAA is offering a suite of driver training resources and tools that are geared to help teens and their families - before, during and after the licensing process.  The program is called Keys2Drive and can be found at this website: www.TeenDriving.AAA.com 

Text Alerts and Messages

alert buttonText alerts are available for school closings, delays, early dismissals, emergencies, and general announcements. These are in addition to automated phone calls currently sent during inclement weather. Click here for more info.

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