OHP Class of 2017 to Higher Education -
Get the details about the special Construction Manager at Risk (CMAR) meeting for the potential career center improvement project -
The following students have earned a placed on the 4th Quarter Honor Roll and Superintendent's List -
$168 million cut to state grants for Career Technical Education (CTE) to come? -
The OHP Board of Education met to discuss staffing contracts and service recognitions throughout the district -
Main Campus and Satellite CTSO 2016-2017 results -
Cosmetology, Indian Lake High School
This was a giant step towards my goal of becoming a hairdresser. Ohio Hi-Point has given me the opportunity to start my career while still in high school. I was the first in my class to get my Cosmetology license and I was introduced to my future employer before I graduated...
Multimedia Marketing, Graham High School
Ohio Hi-Point isn't your traditional classroom setting and teachers actually try to help each individual student. You create a friendship with your teachers which makes it easier to learn. OHP has helped me become more well-rounded and professional. I wish that everyone....
Early Childhood Education, Riverside High School
I have way more friends here than I ever thought I would and I'm closer than ever to my goal to help children. My next step is to go to college and to start my pathway to getting a Doctorate in Child Psychology. Ohio Hi-Point is a new home and a place that I can be, unequivocally me...
Early Childhood Education, Benjamin Logan
My time at Hi-Point has been incredible and extremely beneficial. Not only did I make connections with future employers, but I also developed career goals and aspirations. My future plans are to attend college and...