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    Ben Wiggins, Principal

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  • Wiggins' Weekly Warrior News

    Posted by Ben Wiggins at 3/19/2017 7:00:00 AM

     It is hard to believe we are at mid term of our spring semester.  Senior students only have 35 more school days.  Most of them are busy finalizing post graduation plans which include work, college or military service.  

    Our winter sports have ended and we are now underway in all of our spring sports.  The Oconee County School System has announced the intention to add slow pitch softball and lacrosse during the 2017-18 school year.

    Danielle Della Torre won her 7th individual swimming state championship this year.

    Many of our CTSO organizations are competing at the regional and state levels.  Our students have competed extremely well in the past and continue to do so this year with several already winning state championships. 

    OCHS had two students place in the top 4 of the state Literary championships.  Congratulations to both Jacob Zipperer and Kiana Washington!

    Kunho Kim was named the winner of the Oconee County STAR Student competition and now moves onto the regional competition.

    Please do not hesitate to call our office if we can assist your student in any manner at OCHS. 


    Go Warriors!

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School News

  • 9th Graders take field trip!

    Some of our 9th grade students visited The Civil Rights Museum!

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  • FBLA

    OCHS FBLA had a strong showing at the State Leadership Conference in Athens, Ga held on March 12-14. Most events start out at the region level with up to 500 competitors across the state. To qualify for a state competition is an accomplishment in itself, and to place in the top 10 at state is a huge honor in the FBLA world! The following students placed in the Top 10 for OCHS FBLA: Zach McGee - 4th place in Accounting 1 Alex-Pena Casas - 6th place in Accounting 2 Matthew Walshe - 9th place in Agribusiness Julia Hardell & Tyler Huff - 7th place in Banking & Financial Systems Seoho Kim - 8th place in Intro to Financial Math Davis Hardell & Jalen Marchand - 6th place in Marketing Davis Hardell - 3rd place in Marketing (individual) Jacob Zipperer - 6th place in Sales Presentation OCHS FBLA is very proud to announce two state winners: James Madden & Gavin Perlman - 1st place in 3D Animation Kate McCurley - 1st place in Accounting 2 Our first place winners, along with our other top 4 finishers (Davis and Zach) qualify to compete at the National Leadership Conference in Anaheim, CA June 28-July 2. Pictured below (1st Row L-R: Cody Neill, Seoho Kim, Sarah Hardell, Kate McCurley, Julia Hardell, Sutton Pope, Tyler Huff. 2nd Row L-R: Clay Baer, Evan Brigman, Jalen Marchand, Gavin Perlman, Garrett Bellune, Jacob Zipperer, Davis Hardell. Not pictured: Zach McGee)

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  • PTO

    Thank you PTO for the wonderful ice cream social!

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  • National Merit Finalists

    Congratulations to Xiaoyao Gao and Sarah Hardell for being selected as National Merit Finalists!

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  • Governor's Honors

    Congratulations to the following students as they progress through the Governor's Honors process: Rahul Das - Communicative Arts, Anna Ambartsumian - Music, Megh Mehta - Science, Mayu Takeuchi - Math, Marin Lonnee - Science, Makenzie Hale - Agricultural Science

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  • STAR Student and STAR Teacher

    Congratulations to Kunho Kim and Mr. Jake Forrester on being named STAR Student and STAR Teacher!

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  • 2017-18 and 2018-19 calendars

    Please click to find the approved 2017-18 and 2018-19 Oconee County Schools Calendar.

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  • Graduation 2017

    Graduation is Friday, May 19 at 3:00PM. Practice is Thursday, May 18 at 12:45PM. All seniors must attend.

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  • Selective Service

    Senior guys, don't forget to register for Selective Service once you turn 18. It is the law! You can register online: Look under Resources on the main OCHS webpaage (above) and click on Selective Service.

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