Omni Sports will be on campus April 15th during all lunches for a letter jacket fitting. If you are receiving a letter jacket for a spring sport please be sure to see the representative who will be on campus April 15th. Go to the OCHS website and print out the letter jacket fitting form to take with you to the fitting. If you have questions, see Coach Herring.
The National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) invites all sophomores, juniors and seniors to the National College Fair coming to Atlanta on Sunday, March 16. The event will be held at the Georgia World Congress Center from 12 - 4 PM and is free to attend. A list of participating colleges can be found at http://bit.ly/NCFExhibitorSearch. Students should pre-register online at www.gotomyncf.com.
The Georgia Farm Bureau invited high school students to participate in their annual art contest. Ten district winners will receive $100 cash each. There will also be two state runner up winners ($150) and a state winner ($250). The drawings were judged on how well the artwork represents modern agriculture found in the student's county OR Georgia's agriculture industry. -- Oconee County has had three winners! Ms. Burger's classes did the drawings that were submitted. 1st place winner was Hannah Ohlsson for 75.00; 2nd place winner was Julien Voyles for 50.00; 3rd Joseph Betz for 25.00 Hannah's drawing will go towards the district and state winners...Congratulations! Awards and prize money can be picked up at the Georgia Farm Bureau this Friday!
Congratulations to the OCHS National Ocean Sciences Bowl Team for placing 3rd in the GA-SC Region Tournament in Savannah this weekend. The team lost in a close game in the semi finals to the team that won 1st place, Rockdale Magnet. Competing team members were: captain, Karena Washington, Jacob Robertson, Godfrey Hendrix, Benjamin Tasistro-Hart and David Sanchez
In mid- December the 20 students enrolled in Level 3 German and the 2 students who were enrolled in Level 4 participated in the National German Exam. They were among the 20,000 students nationwide who participated in this academic contest.
Ms Legall is proud to announce that Oconee County High School had:
Students who earned a GOLD Award are now eligible to win a 4 week- all expenses paid Travel trip to Germany this summer. The award is sponsored by the AATG (Association of American Teachers of German) and the PAD (Pädagogische Austausch Dienst) . In addition, all students who earned a GOLD or SILVER award will be honored by the AATG- Georgia Chapter at an Awards Banquet at the Goethe Center in Atlanta in May.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THESE OUTSTANDING STUDENTS!
Congratulations to senior Susan Ye and junior Mitchell Graves for their high scores on the AMC national math contest given here February 4. They scored in the top 3% in the nation and have been invited to compete in the American Invitational Math Examination (AIME) on March 13 and can advance to the United States of America Mathematical Olympiad competition and then who knows.....
Friends of Advantage is a 501c3 nonprofit organization who is currently identifying young ladies from Oconee County to sponsor by giving a head to toe makeover for prom!!! Will you be one of the lucky ones???? We would like to invite you to complete this application and write an essay as to why you would like to be sponsored for prom and submit them to your school counselor or personnel. Please also call 706-296-8086 to verify our receipt of your application. See Ms. Burger in k14 for an application.