OHS Clubs and Activities

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OHS Clubs and Activities

Club Activities


Honorary Organizations

International Thespian Society: Members of the Dramatics Club work on productions to earn points to qualify for membership in the International Thespian Society. An accumulation of ten points is required. Points are determined by the work performed, with time, difficulty and quality of work being contributing factors.

National Honor Society: Students who prove themselves academically outstanding by maintaining a cumulative average of 90 or above, and participate in a minimum of two school activities, are eligible to be considered for National Honor Society. In order to be considered for induction, an eligible student must complete and return an application by the last school day in September. This application process includes writing an essay, which is clearly outlined on the application. The faculty evaluates students who have turned in their applications in scholarship, service, leadership, and character. All areas are important; it is not strictly an academic honor. Juniors and Seniors will be inducted once each year in the fall.

The membership of a student previously inducted into the National Honor Society can be revoked at any time if the student fails to uphold the high standards they will be held to. The administration and the honor society advisor will determine together whether membership should be allowed to continue if a member is found guilty of a Category II offence. Committing a Category III offense will result in immediate expulsion from honor society. Also, falling below academic eligibility standards may result in loss of membership in honor society.

Quill and Scroll Society: The Quill and Scroll Society is an honor society for students who have served any of the high school's publications. To be eligible, the student must have at least sophomore standing and be ranked in the top third of the class.

Interscholastic Athletics

Fall: Cheerleading, Boys' and Girls' Cross-Country, JV and Varsity Football, JV and Varsity Boys' Soccer, JV and Varsity Girls' Soccer, Girls' Swimming, JV and Varsity Girls' Volleyball.

Winter: JV and Varsity Boys' Basketball, JV and Varsity Girls' Basketball, JV and Varsity Boys' and Girls' Bowling, Cheerleading, Boys' and Girls' Skiing, Boys' Swimming, JV and Varsity Wrestling, Boys' and Girls' Indoor Track.

Spring: JV and Varsity Baseball, Golf, JV and Varsity Girls' Softball, Tennis*, Boys' Track, Girls' Track, and Lacrosse. * open to boys and girls
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