Defined by excellence. Supported by tradition.
Ottawa Hills Local Schools is the No. 1 school district in the Toledo area and Lucas County, according to research company Niche.
Thirteen teachers and staff from Ottawa Hills Local Schools have received The Governor’s Thomas Edison Award. Ottawa Hills was the only district in northwest Ohio selected for the honor.
Construction has started on the new Kadens Family Fitness Center at the Junior/Senior High School. That means BIG changes in parking for our students, staff, and visitors since 54 parking spaces are being temporarily lost. Here is what you need to know:
The Bear Cave is the perfect spot to find OH-themed T-shirts, sweatshirts, junior high gym sets, hats, headbands, and more! All proceeds from Cave sales support the athletics program at Ottawa Hills Local Schools.
Four local businesses recently received congratulatory plaques for their ongoing support of the district. The Board of Education selected the four to join the statewide "Business Honor Roll," an awards-and-recognition program organized annually by the Ohio School Boards Association (OSBA).
Below are the main details parents need to know regarding fall sports at Ottawa Hills Junior/Senior High School.
With the turn of a few shovels of dirt May 23 Ottawa Hills Local Schools today started building a healthier future for its junior and senior high students.
More than 80 Ottawa Hills eighth graders traveled to Washington, D.C., this week as part of the annual class trip. Missing from that peer group was Daniel Liu, who started kindergarten with them in 2009. But Daniel already has been to Washington. In fact, he’s been inside the White House and met President Obama.
Congratulations to the students, families, faculty, and staff at Ottawa Hills High School! U.S. News & World Report has ranked them as the fifth-best high school in Ohio for the second year in a row.
A college-inspired academic service has come to Ottawa Hills Junior/Senior High School, enabling students to get help with writing and literature assignments.
A first-year honors research class at Ottawa Hills is generating new academic opportunities for its six inaugural students, from publishing research in academic journals and receiving coveted college admissions to winning summer-long internships at world-class labs.