Ontario High School (Oregon)

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This article is about a high school in Oregon. For high schools with the same name, see Ontario High School (disambiguation).
Ontario High School
1115 W Idaho Ave
Ontario, Oregon, Malheur County, 97914
Coordinates 44°1′47″N 116°58′41″W / 44.02972°N 116.97806°W / 44.02972; -116.97806Coordinates: 44°1′47″N 116°58′41″W / 44.02972°N 116.97806°W / 44.02972; -116.97806
Type Public
Motto Right Here, Right Now[citation needed]
School district Ontario School District (8C)
Principal Andy Kovach
Grades 9–12
Number of students 843[1]
Color(s) Cardinal and Corn         [2]
Athletics conference OSAA Greater Oregon League 4A-7[2]
Mascot Tigers[2]
Yearbook OWACHES[citation needed]

Ontario High School is a public high school located in Ontario, Oregon, United States.


The school ethnicity make-up in 2007 was 46% White/non-Hispanic, 1% Black/non-Hispanic, 49% Hispanic, 3% Asian/Pacific Islander, 1% American Indian/Alaska Native. The Department of Education designated the school "satisfactory" after previously rating it as "unsafe" in 2006. The "unsafe" rating was due to the number of suspensions and expulsions for violence and weapon possession. The improvement was attributed to increased discussion and education involving teachers, administrators and students.[3]

In 2008, 63% of the school's seniors received their high school diploma. Of 208 students, 132 graduated, 68 dropped out, and 8 are still in high school.[4][5]

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