Onsted High School

High School

Welcome to Onsted High School!

It is our desire to prepare students for life in the 21st century…whatever that looks like 5, 10, 20 years into the future. We will do everything possible to see that each individual is prepared to succeed in the area best suited to his/her needs. We appreciate the dedication of the school staff and members of the community as each contributes to the overall success of our students.

Kevin Ohrman
Principal

We believe that…

  • Well-kept facilities foster a productive learning environment
  • Students learn best in an environment appropriate to their development
  • Students must develop a good work ethic
  • Communication is the key to an effective learning experience
  • Success depends on staff working together as a team to build a strong foundation
  • It is important to recognize and appreciate cultural diversity
  • Students need a wide variety of learning opportunities and organizational/social skills to reach their full potential
  • The home, community, businesses and school should form a collaborative partnership
  • Students learn best when they feel good about themselves and their accomplishments
  • Education is essential in developing critical thinking and problem solving skills
  • The school should provide a safe environment conducive to learning
  • The school should provide continuous staff development
  • Caring, competent and informed staff is essential for learning
  • Learning is a lifelong process for students, staff and community
  • All students are able to learn
  • The school must provide all students with a technologically proficient staff
  • Learning should be meaningful and enjoyable
  • Our schools have a responsibility to educate students to become contributing adults in a global society
  • Onsted Schools will promote the values of integrity, responsibility, loyalty, respect, dedication and pride
  • Every person has worth and is entitled to be treated with respect
  • Community and parental involvement enhance education
  • Good education requires personal investment and discipline

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College and Tech Night
At Siena Heights University
FAFSA Workshop!

See flyer for more information or contact the counseling office!

Irish Hills Career and College Expo 2018

See flyer for more information or contact the counseling office!

2018 Fall Homecoming

Homecoming Court Information

Junior Class Meeting May 31st


On May 31 during 1st hour, there will be a meeting for juniors in the audteria to discuss senior year information such as yearbook (senior photo requirements, recognition ads, deadlines), class dues, FAFSA, parchment, post graduation plans, & college prep testing.

OHS 2018 Graduation
May 25, 2018 at 7pm (Seniors report to library at 6pm)

OHS Seniors and their families are invited to attend 2018 Graduation Ceremonies in the HS Gymnasium on May 25th, 2018, at 7pm.

Tickets are not required and there is no limit on how many from your family can attend. Seating is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Seniors should report to the library at 6:00pm.

OHS Spring Choir Concert
May 10, 2018
OHS Spring Band Concert
May 14, 2018
Senior Exams
May 18, 2018, check schedule for times
Seniors Last School Day
May 18, 2018
OHS Baccalaureate
May 23rd, 2018
Graduation Practice
May 24, 2018 at 9am (MANDATORY for ALL OHS Graduating Seniors)

School Hours

The office is open from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day during the school year except for school holidays.

OHS Daily Schedules

 

Registration Procedures

For information on enrolling a student at the high school, please contact the Guidance Office at 517-467-2173.

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