Welcome to Oakwood High School

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Doing what is best for students is our guiding principle. To this end, the Oakwood School community commits the resources, support, expertise and experiences needed for all students to achieve.

Learn More About the School:

  • Total Enrollment for students 9-12: 732
  • 85% of students participate in extra curricular activities
  • OHS offers 17 AP classes, 8 College Credit Plus courses
  • Ranked #1 STEM school in the Miami Valley by Dayton Business Journal

Welcome to OHS

Celebrating the Class of 2021

2021 Commencement

OHS Senior Academic & Recognition Program

Class of 2021 Profiles

Amea Bretz
Will Rank
Vivian Russell
James Fountain
Brooke Lanning
Aidan Schreck
Audrey Wiemers
Will Arzola
Grace Spitzmiller
Justin King
Andrew Munro
Jack Pleiman
Albert Choi
Emma Schenck
Isabella Caruso
Dana Clark
Andy Danis
Hannah Moulton
Andrew Lunne
Fiona Bolmida
Ella Gould

Oakwood Schools COVID-19 Plans

For the latest information regarding our plans and procedures to operate during the COVID-19 pandemic, please visit the Oakwood Schools COVID-19 Plans page. 


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      Speak up, Save lives, Your eyes and Ears Could Save Lives

      Oakwood Schools Partner with State of Ohio

      Oakwood Schools is partnering with the Ohio Department of Education and the Ohio Department of Public Safety to provide an anonymous tip line that could prevent a school safety crisis.  Calls and text to the tip line, 844-SaferOH (844-723-3764), are answered 24 hours a day by trained professionals who can help.

      This tip line allows students and adults to anonymously share information with school officials and law enforcement officials about threats to student safety—whether that involves a threatened mass incident or harm to a single student.

      If you see something or have concerns, say something.  Don't wait until it's too late.