Students who ride bus 1319 will be held until 4:40 to ride bus 0804.
Students who ride bus 1117 (formerly 2006) will be held until 4:20 to ride bus 1320.
Congratulations to the following students on being selected to the 2014-2015 Oldham County Leadership Academy.
Those students are:
Attention all 9th, 10th and 11th grade GATES students. If you are interested in finding out more about the Europe 2015 trip there is a meeting on April 29th at the Oldham County Schools Art Center at 5:30. If you have any questions, please contact Jackie Howell or Joe Percefull.
◦ Be enrolled in dual credit courses at a Kentucky college.
◦ Be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident.
◦ Be a legal resident of Kentucky.
◦ Be a high school junior or senior during the 2014-2015 academic year.
◦ Either have an ACT composite score of 18 or higher; OR achieve a grade point average (GPA) of 2.5 or higher for the 2013-2014 academic year.
◦ Up to $420 for one course or $840 for two courses.
◦ Reimbursement of textbook cost up to $125 for one course or $250 for two courses. Application:
◦ The application deadline for the 2014-2015 year is May 15, 2014.
◦ Sign in to apply.
◦ Students should complete this scholarship application as soon as possible. If the student decides to not do the College Core program they can contact Ms. Kim Fitzgerald to not accept the scholarship.
The second semester of the eighth grade year is an exciting time for your student as they begin to think about the transition to high school. The guidance staff of Oldham County High School would like to inform you of some important dates to make this transition more successful for you and your student. Please click on the letter below that applies to your student.
Welcome back to school, parents! We are excited about our partnership with Operation: PARENT and I would like to encourage you to attend one of their classes or speaker events this fall. It's a great way to meet other parents and raise your awareness on issues that often catch parents off guard. Any parent of a 4th-12th grade student can benefit from the information. All classes and speaker events are being held on the Oldham County High School campus. If fees are a problem, scholarship funds are available. Just visit www.operationparent.org or call 265-9045 for more information and to register.
The Safe Schools Tip Line is 1-866-548-3847 X191. Anyone can call this anonymous tip line to report concerns about weapons, drugs, alcohol or any other safe schools concerns in Oldham County. Click the link on the left for more information.
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 April 2014 19:42
I would like to take a moment and welcome each of you to Oldham County High School. Oldham County High School is located 18 miles northeast of Louisville, Kentucky. OCHS is home to 1443 students and 122 staff members. Our goal as a school is to offer an exciting and challenging curriculum for every student at OCHS. Students are held to high academic and social expectations and are encouraged to pursue a rigorous curriculum throughout their high school career. Upperclassmen are asked to declare a major upon entering their junior year. Our students have the opportunity to complete a minimum of 18 college credit hours prior to graduation. Socially, our students and staff are challenged to create a learning environment where every student learns at high levels.
I encourage you to browse our website for information about our school, as well as upcoming events.To ensure we continue to communicate both efficiently and effectively, please make sure we have your e-mail address in Infinite Campus. As well, we would love for you to make us your home page. If after visiting our website you still can’t obtain the information you wish, please don’t hesitate to contact us at 502-222-9461.
Brent L. Deaves
Oldham County High School