"Connecting Your Passions, Your Dreams"


Welcome to Ohio HI-Point, class of 2020!

We are excited to welcome you to campus for the 2018-19 school year. Welcome to a community of problem solvers and go-getters. Where real world meets the classroom and the classroom meets the real world. Let’s build your future, record these memories, draw up a career pathway, cook a recipe for success, and engineer the future you’ve dreamed about. Welcome to Ohio Hi-Point.

What's next?

Share your Acceptance:
Your acceptance letter is in the mail! When you receive it, tweet, post, video or share your acceptance with friends and family. Use hashtag #OHP2020 to share your excitement with us and find other accepted students.

Through March and April OHP counselors will come to your home school to schedule your Ohio Hi-Point classes for next school year. Our Career Specialist will also be available to answer questions about your career program.

Stay on Track:
Your acceptance is contingient upon you finishing the school year strong. Ohio Hi-Point reviews final transcripts to make sure you maintained good attendance, grades, and behavior.


Mark your calendar to attend Student Orientation on Monday, August 6 between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m. It is very important you and your parent(s)/guardian(s) attend to complete mandatory paperwork before school starts.

The first day of school is August 14 regardless of when your partner school starts. Classes begin at 8:15 a.m. Most students arrive on campus by 8 a.m. to grab breakfast and make their way to the first period class.

Please check your email privacy settings to accept communication from communications@ohiohipoint.com.

If you didn't order your uniform pieces during our Spring Welcome Dinner, you can still do so by following the instructions listed below.

Ask Questions:
Our Admissions Team is here to help you make a smooth transition to Ohio Hi-Point. You can reach out to our school counselors or Career Specialist at (937) 599-3010 to ask any questions about your credits, career pathway, or the start of the school year.

Student Orientation

Student Orientation is Monday, August 6 between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m.

All students and parent(s)/guardian(s) need to attend orientation to complete the required school paperwork (like Emergency Medical Forms) before school starts. Students can also pick up uniforms, register for a parking permit, load funds onto your PayForIt cafeteria account, attend a general session with OHP's high school director, and speak with teachers and our school counselors to answer any questions.

Additional information will be posted as the event nears.

First Day of School

The first day of school for all NEW incoming students is Tuesday, August 14 regardless of when your partner school starts. New students will be on campus before being joined by returning students on Wednesday, August 15.

Ohio Hi-Point's school day runs from 8:15 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Bussing is provided by your partner school to and from campus. Student drivers must purchase a parking pass (available during Student Orientation on August 6). Most students arrive on campus by 8 a.m. to grab breakfast and make their way to their first period class.

All students are expected to be in uniform on the first day of school. If you have any questions about your uniform or the ordering process, please read the information below or reach out to your program instructor directly.

Order Uniforms

We believe in career preparation, which means students are expected to be in lab uniforms during the school day.

You can order your uniform apparel by emailing uniforms@ohiohipoint.com. Please include the following information or your order cannot be processed.

  • Name
  • Program Lab
  • T-Shirt Size
  • Sweatshirt Size

If you have any questions, please contact us as communications@ohiohipoint.com.

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Your program specific shirts/pants do not cost anything; however, anything additional will be your responsibility to pay for.

Getting into OSU isn't easy, and attending Ohio Hi-Point has played a part in my success."
- Shelby McMaken '17 (Majoring in Zoology at The Ohio State University)

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21st Century Education, 21st Century Jobs

You'll be joining a motivated group of students who learn through hands-on projects and real-world experiences. Our students can earn industry certifications as well as college credit for their coursework, creating a strong foundation for success.

"Building off my strong OHP foundation (both in my college and work experience), I have been able to catapult myself into careers and opportunities that I once only dreamed about."
- Matt Allen '05 (Lead Test Electrical Engineer, General Electric - Aviation)