21st Century Education for 21st Century Jobs
WHAT WE TEACH
- Put your education into practice and run one of the several student-operated businesses on the Bellefontaine Main Campus and within our satellite programs.
- Our Experiential Learning Program allows our high-achieving students to work in their career area of study during the school day. Last year, we placed 100+ students in career-ready positions.
- Earn industry-recognized credentials and certifications, positioning you in an ideal spot while job hunting. Last year, our students earned nearly 700 credentials. Paid with our career fairs, interview contests, and job and internship database, you’ll have a leg up on the competition.
- Start earning college credit in high school. We have several partnerships with colleges and universities to help ease or erase the burden of student loan debt. Last year, our students earned 200+ college credits for free.
- We have strong relationships with all military branches and representatives are regularly on campus to explain benefits of enlisting. We also offer the ASVAB test to identify strengths and opportunities for you to be successful.
Congratulations to Lindsay Wyan for being recognized as one of Quest Federal Credit Union's Logan County Teacher of the Year recipients! Mrs. Wyan teaches OHP's Business & Administrative Services program at Riverside High School and is the co-advisor of the Riverside BPA Chapter. see pic
Juniors and seniors in high school, apply to serve on the Ohio Attorney General’s Teen Ambassador Board for the 2020-21 school year! Ambassador's will address some of the greatest issues facing our state and develop solutions to improve the lives of Ohioans. Applications are due June 26. https://www.ohioattorneygeneral.gov/State-and-Local-Government/Schools/Teen-Ambassador-Board
Last week, Summer Dow and McKalia Hageman, both Animal Science students, along with the help of Logan County Bee Inspector, Nate Davis, and Teen Eco-Summit Advisor, Becky Nellis from the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium, installed two bee hives on campus. The bee hives were placed in the pollinator garden which the Animal Science and Outdoor Careers students established on campus. The hives were made possible through grants from the Logan County Farm Bureau and Battelle Research Institute. see pic
Congratulations to Kristyn Bushong, an Animal Science senior from Kenton High School, and Matthew Schuster, a Smart Technology Engineering senior from West Liberty-Salem High School for being our May Students of the Month! Read more: https://www.ohiohipoint.com/o/hi-point/news see pic
Remember and honor. Happy Memorial Day from OHP. see pic