The mission of Ottawa Township High School, in a cooperative effort with students, parents and community, is to educate students in a safe, positive, challenging environment which promotes responsible citizenship and active lifelong learning.Ottawa Township High School has the responsibility to: Help students grow intellectually, personally, physically, and socially in proportion to their abilities to the extent that they will assume an increasing obligation for their own education, personal well-being, and social awareness. Reaffirm our commitment to a government of the people and to encourage the obligations of good citizenship and respect for law and order. Guide students in developing skills, attitudes, and habits needed by effective leaders and intelligent followers. Demonstrate that many fields of knowledge are inter-related and that each area can contribute significantly to studentâ€™s intellectual growth.
ANNOUNCEMENTS -- May 29 -- CONGRATULATIONS CLASS OF 2015
--------------- --------------- --------------- SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE IN 203 JED Education Foundation Scholarship This scholarship is open to graduates of OTHS who plan to attend a 4-year college or university. Selection is based on academic
Construction and Building Access Update for Summer 2015: Construction Begins Monday, June 1, 2015. Building Hours of Operation from June 1, 2015 until August 7, 2015 will be the following: Monday through Friday: 7:00 AM - 3:30 PM. Building will be cl
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IPA Student Recognition Breakfast
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OHS Teacher of the Year Award
The Ottawa Township High School District 140 Educational Foundation, Inc. requests nominations for the 2014-2015 Teacher of the Year Award. All members of the faculty, staff, administration, and community are encouraged to nominate current teachers for th
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Opening for Girls Volleyball Head Coach
Ottawa Township High School has an opening for a Head Girls Volleyball Coach for the 2015-16 school year. Candidates must have a teaching certificate or be ASEP certified. Send letter of interest and resume to: Mr. Mike Cooper, Athletic Director Ottaw
Dual Credit Classes with IVCC
IVCC DUAL CREDIT Dual Credit Classes- Juniors and Seniors who are planning to take Advanced Comp, Advanced Speech, or Advanced Chemistry during the 2015-2016 school year will have the opportunity to register with IVCC for dual credit. There will be an i
OTHS Athletic Text Messaging
Here is your up-to-the-minute link to sport cancellations, schedule changes, weather related issues and other important information from the OTHS Athletic Office. Here is how to subscribe at no cost to you. To receive messages via text, text @ohsat to (8
Skyward Iphone and Ipad App Available
You can now download the Skyward Mobile Access app free at the appstore. The app allows you to see information about your student directly on your iPad or iPhone. You can check your child's grades, attendance, missing assignments and lunch balance directl
Back your Pirates with Pirate spiritwear and accessories. Find the link on our website OHS Spiritwear under the Sports heading.
OTHS Course Catalog
Ottawa Township High School Course Catalog is now online. It is located under Parent Resourses / OTHS Course Catalog
Disclosure of Federal Participation
Projects or programs funded in whole or in part with Federal grant money must credit the Federal government for the Federal government's portion of the financial support.
This web page citation informs the public that the use of Federal dollars in the Ottawa Township High School District #140 meets the Stevens Amendment requirement. Staff development opportunities, resource purchases and personnel have been funded in whole or in part with federal entitlement dollars.
Ottawa Township High School will not tolerate harassing, intimidating conduct, or bullying whether verbal, physical, or visual, that affects the tangible benefits of education, that unreasonably interferes with a studentâ€™s educational performance, or th