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video with useful fafsa information
Public Information Officer for Owensboro Public Schools Dave Kirk has recorded a video with Casi Clark, the Northwest Kentucky Outreach Counselor for KHEAA, with some very helpful information about the FAFSA. All seniors who are wanting financial aid from the college/university that they plan on attending must fill this form out. Students and parents are encouraged to watch the video.
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three OHS art teachers recognized
Three of our very own - K.O. Lewis, Rex Robinson, and David Walker were recognized in an Owensboro Living magazine article on talented local artists. We are proud to have these gentlemen teaching in our school and are glad that others can see what gifted artisans our students are able to learn from.
You can read the online version of the article here:
Owensboro Living: Art of the City
Juniors and Seniors: Need a Little BOOST on the COMPASS?
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Owensboro High School Named Among Nation's Best for 3rd Time
OHS has again been recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the best high schools in America, earning a "bronze" status. We were previously awarded this honor in 2008 and 2009. This year, OHS was one of the 58 Kentucky high schools that were recognized.
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Yearbook Order Information
Click the image above to order your 2014-2015 OHS Yearbook online.
History of OHS
Click on this link to read the history of OHS.
OHS Hall of Achievement
The OHS "Hall of Achievement" was established in 2001 to honor remarkable alumni. To date, the Hall's 51 inductees have included a Pulitzer Prize winner, a CBS News analyst, an award-winning author, a former Kentucky Supreme Court Justice, a vocal artist, and other distinguished alumni.
Hall of Achievement members 2001-2012
Nomination form to see criteria and to nominate candidates for Hall of Achievement consideration
Mission statement of Owensboro High School
We commit to nurture and challenge each student toward reaching maximum potential and achieving success in an ever-changing world.
Philosophy of Owensboro High School
The basis of the philosophy of Owensboro High School is that students are unique individuals with varying needs, aptitudes, and abilities. Thus, in cooperation with the community and parents, the school strives to develop students who are informed, responsible, and productive members of society.