Parent teacher conferences will take place on Thursday, October 3 and Wednesday, October 9 from 4:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. Conferences are scheduled in twenty-minute time slots, with the last conference starting at 7:00 p.m. Please read the instructions below BEFORE you start scheduling. You can begin scheduling conferences online today by clicking
1) Select Orange High School.
If the message “Record in Use” appears this means another person is also trying to access the scheduling information, please try again. This may take a number of attempts. Please be patient.
2) Next select the teacher you would like to conference with. Click the box for a drop down list of teachers. Choose the teacher you would like to have a conference with. Click continue. The list of available conference days and times will be shown. Click the square of the date and time you would like to meet with this teacher. You will then be prompted to fill in your information to reserve the time slot. CLICK CONFIRM.
3) A “Thank you” screen will appear. PLEASE PRINT THIS SCREEN AS YOUR CONFIRMATION. You will need to do this for each conference you schedule.
4) If you need to schedule another conference, click the “Start Over” button, and repeat the process for another teacher. If you are finished choose the “Exit” button.
Members of the OOHS Interact Service Club pose for a photo with, at right, Bart Mahoney, Rotary International 6690 District Governor, Ryan Rivers, past-president of the Polaris/Lewis Center Club, and (far left) Mark Robertson, president of the Polaris/Lewis Center Rotary Club.
Students from the Olentangy Orange High School (OOHS) Interact/Service Club were inducted into office during a special June 12 ceremony sponsored by the Lewis Center/Polaris Rotary. The ceremony was held at the Northpointe Conference Center.
Rotary International District 6690 Governor Bart Mahoney helped oversee the installation of the Interact Club officers. Special recognition was given to the student organization for its outstanding financial support of the Polio Plus Fund. The students donated $3,000.00 to help eradicate polio. In addition, the Interact Club conducted a year-long educational campaign about the effects and prevention of polio.
The purpose of the OOHS Interact Club is to help it’s 400 members develop character, responsibility, and the skills necessary to become productive, contributing citizens by providing opportunities for members to help those in need in our school, community and world. Interact members volunteer their time to such organizations as: The Council for Older Adults, The Delaware County Humane Society, Relay for Life, local places of worship, area schools,non-profit community groups and organizations.
Congratulations to the following student athletes who recently signed letters of intent to participate in college athletics.
From Olentangy High School:
- Seth C.: Ohio Wesleyan University, basketball
- Natalie G.: The Ohio State University, rowing
- Jamie R.: Lake Erie College, volleyball
- Kasia W.: Urbana University, volleyball
From Olentangy Liberty High School:
- Eileen B.: University of Tampa, lacrosse
- Nick N.: College of Wooster, basketball
- Jim P.: Williams College, cross country
- Alex R.: Ohio Northern University, basketball
- Jake R.: Baldwin Wallace, lacrosse
- Shane R.: Baldwin Wallace, lacrosse
- Bo S.: Cedarville University, basketball
- Robert S.: University of Toledo, football
- Bryson W.: Otterbein College, football
From Olentangy Orange High School:
- Katelyn D.: Michigan State University, track
- Grace F.: St. Francis, lacrosse
- Brady H.: Valparaiso University, baseball
- Maria N.: Walsh University, lacrosse
- Jamie P.: Wittenberg University, softball
- Triston R.: Eastern Michigan University, track
- Mason R.: Murray State University, softball
- Paul T.: Gardner Webb University, baseball
Olentangy High School student athletes who this week signed letters of intent to play their respective sport at the college level. Pictured from left are, Jamie R., Lake Erie College; Kasia W., Urbana University; Natalie G., The Ohio State University.
OOHS students Savannah A., Erin E. and Madison S. with their winning art.
Olentangy Orange High School’s (OOHS) art department recently swept U.S. Rep. Pat Tiberi’s Congressional Art Competition, with all three top awards going to students from OOHS.
Madison S. took first-place honors as the competition’s winner. Erin E. received the second-place award and Savannah A. was named the third-place winner. Their artwork will now be on display at Tiberi’s office for an entire year and Safer’s work will continue on to a national exhibit in Washington D.C.
The regional art competition was on exhibit at the Orange Branch Library and judging was held April 29. The judges were local art professionals who all hold Master’s of Fine Art degrees. Sponsored by the Congressional Institute, the nationwide high school visual art competition is held to recognize and encourage artistic talent in each congressional district.
Olentangy Orange High School’s (OOHS) diversity was showcased April 19, as students proudly displayed flags, shared food, music and clothing from their native countries during the school’s fifth annual Multicultural Fair.
More than 48 countries were represented at the fair via student-prepared booths featuring a variety of pictures and artifacts from the cultures that make up the student population. A number of students wore saris, kimonos and turbans as they traveled from booth to booth learning about other cultures.
Native cuisines prepared by the students were available and entertainment was provided in the form of student-performed cultural dances that took place several times throughout the event.
Sponsored by the OOHS student council, the Multicultural Fair is an important way to recognize, respect and celebrate the diversity within the school, said Madelyne L., the fair’s student coordinator.
“We have so many different cultures represented right here and I think it’s really cool to share that and learn those different perspectives,” she said.
Vietnamese dolls on display at the Vietnam booth.
Artifacts on display at the China booth.
Students wearing saris at the India booth.
Food, drink and artifacts on display at the India booth.
Students perform a K-pop dance, a musical and dance performance that originated in South Korea.
Wooil J. dances to K-pop (Korean Pop) music.
Sam N. with an Ugandan drum at the Uganda booth.
Students sample different foods from a variety of cultures.