Summer Sports Camp Opportunities for All Olentangy Students

Olentangy’s three high schools will post summer sports camps announcements for students – all grades – in this space as each new activity is added.  Check back often for new postings!


Click here for summer sports camps for students in the Olentangy High School attendance area.  This site will be updated as new events become available.

Click here - Summer sports camps for students in the Olentangy Liberty High School attendance area.  This site will be updated as new events become available.

Click here -Summer sports camps for students in the Olentangy Orange High School attendance area.  This site will be updated as new events become available.

Problems Receiving Listserv Messages?

We have become aware of an issue with Olentangy listserv messages not being received by some.

We are researching the full source and scope of the issue. We are also looking into alternatives and can share that a solution is in the works. Meanwhile, prior listserv messages are available in two ways:

  1. Through a myOlentangy account; or,
  2. From the Olentangy website by following these steps: OLSD Listserv page >> Click the requested listserv or school name >> Click “Archives” as shown in the sample picture below from the Orange High School listserv page.

Look for the "Archives" link.

Look for the “Archives” link.

We appreciate your patience and will provide an additional update soon.



April 23, 2104

Senior Awards Night
On Friday, May 2nd there will be a mandatory rehearsal for all seniors who were invited to Senior Awards Night. It will be held right after 1st period in the the theater. Seniors participating in the Senior Awards
Night should have already received an invitation and RSVP to Mrs.Hartshorn in Student Services.
Diversity Club
There will be a short meeting after school this Wednesday in room 1112. Please attend. New members are always welcome.
Attention Seniors
The Olentangy Liberty High School Class of 2014 Baccalaureate Service is scheduled for Thursday evening, May 15 at 7:00 p.m. at Liberty Presbyterian Church. Baccalaureate is a church service for you, your classmates, and family to celebrate your upcoming graduation.
At this time we are looking for seniors who would like to participate and/or help plan the service. If you want to participate and/or help plan your Baccalaureate Service, the planning meeting scheduled for this Sunday, April 25th at 2:00 pm in the health room. If you have any questions please see Brad Weimels, Drew Cooper, Clay Johnson, Mrs. Chapman or Mr. Myers.

Olentangy Earns High Marks from National Media

IMG_4141The US News & World Report has released its annual rankings of the best high schools in the nation and once again Olentangy’s high schools are ranked among the best. In fact, the report ranks the district’s three high schools as the first, second and fourth best among central Ohio high schools and within the top 10 best high schools statewide.

The report analyzed achievement data from more than 31,200 public high schools in all 50 states.  The rankings compare categories including student-to-teacher ratios, college readiness, as well as math and reading proficiency. U.S. News & World Report determined its college-readiness scores by examining the percentage of seniors who took and passed Advanced Placement (AP) exams. The math and reading proficiency scores reflect student performance on the Ohio Graduation Test (OGT).

Olentangy Liberty High School (OLHS) is ranked first in central Ohio and fifth in the state in this year’s report. It earned the 175th best high school in the national ranking, with a college-readiness score of 65.7 percent, a math proficiency score of 4.4 out of 5 and a reading proficiency score of 4.2 out of 5.

Olentangy High School (OHS) is ranked second in central Ohio and seventh in the state. It earned the 181st spot in the national ranking, with a college-readiness score of 65.1, a math proficiency score of 4.4 out of 5 and a reading proficiency score of 4.1 out of 5.

Olentangy Orange High School (OOHS) is ranked fourth in central Ohio and ninth in the state. It earned the 208th best high school in the nation title, with a college-readiness score of 63.2 percent, a math proficiency score of 4.4 out of 5 and a reading proficiency score of 4.1 out of 5.

Washington Post.webThe report comes just days after the Washington Post released its 2014 list of “America’s Most Challenging High Schools.” All three Olentangy high schools received the highest scores in central Ohio and ranked within the best in the state on that list, too.

According to the Challenge Index, Olentangy Orange High School (OOHS) ranked third in central Ohio, sixth in the state and 285th in the nation. Olentangy Liberty High School ranked fourth in central Ohio, eighth in the state and 297th in the nation. Olentangy High School ranked sixth in central Ohio, 15th in the state and 489th in the nation.

The Washington Post ranks schools based upon Challenge Index scores.  The index is calculated by taking the total number of college-level tests (such as Advanced Placement exams) given at a school and dividing that by the number of graduates for that particular year.

Congratulations to all three high schools!

April 8, 2014

PAC Meetings

Principal Advisory Members, Please check your Schoology account for an important message from Mr. Wright about your lunch meetings with him next Monday, April 14th.  This will be your new way of communicating with Mr. Wright about PAC events.  Your RSVP will be requested.  See you there!

Attention Juniors and Seniors:

Staff Sargent Jermaine Johnson from the US Air Force will be here on Thursday, April 17th during the lunch periods.  He will be discussing the Air Force Academy admissions process, enrollment in the Community College of the Air Force and other Air Force education opportunities.  He will be in the Student Services Conference Room B which is behind Mrs. Hartshorn’s desk.  Please stop by Student Services by end of the day on Tuesday, April 15th to signup for this opportunity if you are interested

Four OLHS Artists Are “All-State”

Four artists from Olentangy Liberty High School (OLHS) have been selected to display their work at the 2014 Governor’s Youth Art Exhibition.  The exhibition is the most competitive and prestigious art show in Ohio. The art was chosen from 12,000 regional entries statewide. State jurors then select 300 for the actual exhibition.  OLHS had 12 peices go to the state judging round, and four students were selected for the final show of top 30 works. Being chosen for this show is the high school art world’s equivalent to being named all-state in sports.