•  Oconee County High School
    2721 Hog Mountain Road
    Watkinsville, Georgia 30677
    Fax 706.310.2003
    Superintendent of Schools: Dr. Jason Branch
    OCHS Administration
    Kevin Yancey - Principal
    Kelly Maffeo - Assistant Principal
    Curt Miller - Assistant Principal/Athletic Director
    Alyssa House - Assistant Principal 

    Counseling Department 
    Kevin Guthas - Counselor (Grade 9-12 A-D)
    Andrea Givens- Counselor (Grades 9-12 E-J)
    Megan Hoadley - Counselor (Grade 9-12 K-Q)
    Laken Cofer - Counselor (9-12 R-Z) 
    Tricia Kopec - Registrar 
    Oconee County High School, grades 9-12, is one of 2 public high schools in the Oconee County School System.
    Total Enrollment – 1313
    CEEB Code – 113-190  
    Accreditation and Classification
    All Oconee County schools are accredited by the Georgia Accrediting Commission and by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. OCHS is a member of the Georgia High School Association and competes interscholastically with other high schools in region 8-AAA.
    Pattern of School Year
    Two 18-week semesters/4X4 block schedule (some classes taught on modified block)
    Community and Location
    Oconee County is adjacent to Athens, Georgia and is approximately 1.5 hours from Atlanta. It is a growing suburban community of more than 32,000. The University of North Georgia has a campus in Oconee County. The University of Georgia is located in Athens as well as Athens Technical College and Piedmont College.  
    Grading Scale
    A=90-100    B=80-89    C=70-79    F=0-69
    GPA Computation
    Grades earned in courses identified as honors, Advanced Placement, or joint-enrolled with a local college receive a the following weighting:
    Advanced Placement=1.10
    Joint Enrollment=1.10
    This weighting is not applied to individual grades on the transcript but is applied when the cumulative average is calculated. Courses with no identifier and identified as advanced earn no weighting. Class rank is determined by the weighted cumulative grade point average at the end of each semester and is computed on a 100 point scale.  
    Requirements for Graduation
    Students are required to earn 28 units for graduation. Included in these units must be courses which meet the state of Georgia’s requirements in addition to the additional academics required by the Oconee County Board of Education. 
    Grade Classification 
     Units Grade Placement 
     1st year 9th
     4 10th
     12 11th
     20 12th
    Advanced Placement Classes
    AP Studio Art 
    AP Biology 
    AP Calculus 
    AP Chemistry
    AP English Language 
    AP Environmental Science 
    AP English Literature
    AP Economics
    AP European History
    AP French 
    AP German
    AP Human Geography 
    AP Latin
    AP Physics
    AP Psychology 
    AP United States Government
    AP United States History
    AP Research 
    AP Seminar
    AP Spanish
    AP Statistics
    AP World History 
    Honors Courses
    Honors courses are offered for high achieving students and for those who meet the state requirements for gifted classification. Honors courses are offered in language arts, mathematics, social studies and the sciences.
    MOVE ON WHEN READY (formerly ACCEL/Dual/Joint Enrollment Programs)
    Joint enrollment programs are offered through the University of Georgia, Georgia Tech, University of North Georgia, Piedmont College, Georgia Military College and Athens Technical College  
    Extracurricular Activities
    OCHS fields varsity and junior varsity teams in 15 different sports. Over 35 community service, co-curricular or special interest student organizations are available for students to join.