Oak Hill High School (Maine)
|Oak Hill High School|
|56 School Road
Wales, Maine, 04280
|Principal||Patricia E. Doyle|
|Asst. Principal||Andrew Carlton|
|Color(s)||Royal blue, red and white|
|Sports||Soccer, Football, Field Hockey, Golf, Fall Cheering, Basketball, Wrestling, Winter Cheering, Drama Club, Baseball, Softball, Lacrosse, Tennis|
|Team name||The Raiders|
|Rivals||Lisbon High School, Leavitt High School, Maranacook Community High School|
|Football State Champs||1982, 2013|
Oak Hill High School is a high school located in Wales, Androscoggin County, Maine, United States. This regional high school serves students from the towns of Sabattus, Litchfield, and Wales. The mascot is the Raider, generally represented by a raccoon.
The school offers a variety of sports, covering the fall, winter, and spring seasons. Fall sports include football, boys/girls soccer, cheering, and field hockey. Winter sports include boys/girls basketball, wrestling, winter cheering. Spring sports include baseball, softball, lacrosse, and boys/girls tennis.
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