OHS Academic Profile

2021 – 2022 SCHOOL PROFILE

Dr. Kyle B. Ramey
Dr. Paul J. Waller
OHS Principal
Kelly D. Owens
Guidance Department Chairperson

Paige J. G. Lumpkins
School Counselor

Adam B. Woessner
School Counselor

Beth Johnson
Administrative Assistant/Registrar

1200 Far Hills Avenue • Oakwood, OH 45419 • (937) 297-5326 • Fax (937) 297-5348 
Website: oakwoodschools.org 
CEEB: 361-845 

COVID-19 STatement

Oakwood High School ceased face-to-face instruction March 13, 2020 and transitioned to off-site instruction March 16, 2020. During remote instruction, teachers used a variety of platforms and applications to provide asynchronous and synchronous instruction to students. 

For the 2020-2021 academic year, OHS offered students two options for instruction.  Students who chose Option 1 attended class with face-to-face delivery of instruction on a half-day basis for the first three quarters and full-day instruction for fourth quarter.  In Option 2, students received instruction through a third-party online vendor.

The cancellation of Ohio's State Tests in spring and summer of 2020, due to the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19) health crisis, and ordered school-building closure impacted students' abilities to meet graduation requirements in future years.  HB 164 - Section 12 allowed districts the flexibility to substitute final course grades for the corresponding high school end-of-course examination to meet graduation requirements. 


Oakwood High School, with a student population of 693, is located immediately south of and adjacent to the City of Dayton and the University of Dayton. The City of Oakwood encompasses 2.2 square miles and has a population of approximately 9,000 people. Oakwood is a suburban community with 97.9% of the city being residential. 

School Facts

Type: Public, four-year comprehensive high school 
Enrollment: 693 as of Sept. 15, 2020 

  • Ranked at, or near, the top of all Ohio high schools on the 2018 - 2019 Ohio School Report Card, receiving an overall grade of A
  • Received an A in the Prepared for Success component on the 2018 - 2019 ODE State Report Card
  • Accredited by the Ohio Department of Education

Professional Membership:

  • College Board
  • National Association for College Admission Counselors
  • Ohio Association of College Admission Counselors

Standardized Test Scores:
Based on the scores for the Class of 2020

SAT* ERW Mean:  640
SAT* Math Mean:  653
*71 test takers

ACT* Composite Mean:  25.7
* All members of the Class of 2020 except students with cognitive disabilities who participate in alternative assessments take the ACT.

Faculty: The faculty consists of 56 teachers, 84.9% hold advanced degrees. 

Advanced Placement Results 
Based on 2019 - 2020 school year

Total AP Students:  280
Number of AP Exams:  545
AP Students with scores 3+:  251
% of total students with scores 3+:  89.6

Class of 2021 Statistics

Class of 2021 Post High School Plans

  • Attending a four-year school:  84%
  • Attending a two-year or technical school:  11%
  • Pursuing employment, military, gap year or other opportunity:  5%

Class of 2021 Achievements

  • 98 students received the "Ohio Diploma with Honors"
  • 3 National Merit Finalists, 1 National Merit Semifinalist
  • 7 Commended Scholars

Class of 2021 Graduation Distribution 

  • The mean GPA for the Class of 2021 is 3.68
  • Among the students in the class, 58.5% are above the mean
  • The median GPA is 3.829

Advanced Placement:
Students taking AP courses earn a .05 “add-on” factor to their GPA for each AP course completed with a grade of C or higher and completion of the AP Exam. 

College Credit Plus:
Students taking College Credit Plus courses earn both high school and college credit. Students earning college credit plus credit, in a core course, receive a .05 “add-on” factor to their GPA. 

Honors/High Honors:
High Honors (AP Prep) English course is offered in the 10th grade.  Honors courses are offered in mathematics and English at all grade levels. Honors II and III courses are available in French and Spanish.  Grades earned in these courses do not receive extra weighting for GPA. 

Career Education Programs:
Through a contractual arrangement with two neighboring school districts, Oakwood High School provides students with a choice of 22 career programs. All are technical preparation programs which award college credit. 

Grade Point Average

Oakwood High School provides students with a solid academic foundation which prepares them to perform in a demanding college environment. Students have a cumulative GPA calculated each semester. Considering Oakwood High School’s highly competitive academic environment, the school does not rank students according to GPA.


Grade Scale

A = 4.0 (92 - 100)
B = 3.0 (83 - 91) 
C = 2.0 (74 - 82)
D = 1.0   (65 - 73)
F = below 64

Academic Expectations

Graduation Requirements: 
English I, II, III and IV 4 Credits 
Social Studies 4 Credits 
Mathematics 4 Credits 
Science 3 Credits 
Physical Education .5 Credit 
Health Education .5 Credit 
Fine Arts 1 Credit 
Additional electives 5 Credits 

All courses are college preparatory

College Credit Plus Courses offered at OHS: 
Great Books Literature 
International Politics 
Into to Mass Communications
Western Civ to 1500 
West and World since 1500 
Business Calculus 
American Sign Language 
Introduction to Engineering Design 
Principles of Engineering 
*Anatomy & Physiology I & II + labs 2016-17 and 2017-18 

Advanced Placement Courses: 
English 11 – Language & Composition 
English 12 – Literature & Composition 
French V 
Spanish V 
Calculus AB 
Calculus BC 
American Government & Politics 
Comparative Government & Politics 
Physics C 
American History 
European History 
Music Theory 
Studio Art 
*World History (Starting w/ Class of 2021)

Extra-Curricular Activities

Academic Quiz Team                                
Architectural Team
Book Squad
Circle of Friends
Ecology Club                                               
Energy Team                                               
Femineering Club
French Club                                                 
French Honor Society       

Homeroom/40 Assets
Ink Blots (lit. magazine)
Interact Club
Lumberjack Theatre
Math Club
Muse Machine
National Business Honors Society
National Honor Society
Oakwood Girl Talk
Oakwood Giving
Peer Mentoring

Plays / Musicals
Pups for People
Quill & Scroll
Senior Slideshow Committee
Spanish Club
Spanish Honor Society
Speech and Debate
Student Council
Advisory Council
US International
Varsity “O”
Yoga Club
Young Men’s Breakfast

Athletic Programs

Basketball, Boys/Girls
Cross Country
Field Hockey

Golf, Boys/Girls
Lacrosse, Boys/Girls
Soccer, Boys/Girls

Swimming & Diving
Tennis, Boys/Girls
Track & Field
Volleyball, Girls