A number of organizations support Oak Hills Local School District. Find out who they are and how you can get involved!
Oak Hills Alumni Association:
Click here to visit the Alumni Association webpage. Oak Hills High School graduates carry the tradition of excellence with them throughout life – in their places of work and through community involvement. As one of over 30,000 graduates, there are many opportunities for you to get involved, stay connected and support this tradition for many generations to come.
Oak Hills Educational Foundation:
Click here to visit the Educational Foundation webpage. The OHEF was formed in 1995 to financially support teacher projects not currently funded with tax dollars. Today the Foundation hosts an annual awards dinner and provides funds for multiple teacher grants each year.
Oak Hills Athletic Boosters:
Click here to visit the Athletic Boosters webpage. The OHAB support our athletic department and hosts a variety of events and fundraisers throughout the year. They also contribute toward other clubs and groups in the district including the Oakettes, cheerleaders, band, and orchestra.
Oak Hills Business Advisory Council: Click here to visit the BAC webpage
Oak Hills School District Business Advisory Council has the mission to create and maintain effective business partnerships between the Oak Hills Local School District and the private business sector. Furthermore, the BAC will encourage collaboration among the many partners in education – business, community, government, labor and students throughout the district.
The BAC exists to raise student performance levels, help define educational outcomes, which serve the needs of the employment base, and share technical and managerial expertise.
The goal of the BAC is to develop, implement, and fund programs and projects in keeping with the needs of the business and educational community of the district.
Business Partners: Click here to visit the Business Partners webpage
The Business Partners program is an opportunity for our community to interact with students from all grade levels. Whether through a school banking or tutoring program, or sharing career advice, the relationships are a valuable lesson about the real world, and help us prepare students for future global competition.