Oak Hill High School (Indiana)

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Oak Hill High School
7756 W Delphi Pike 27
Converse, Indiana, Grant County 46919
United States
Coordinates 40°34′46″N 85°49′18″W / 40.579319°N 85.821725°W / 40.579319; -85.821725Coordinates: 40°34′46″N 85°49′18″W / 40.579319°N 85.821725°W / 40.579319; -85.821725
Established 1959
Superintendent Joel Martin
Principal Mike McDivitt
Enrollment 488 (2013-2014)
Fight song The Victors (University of Michigan)
Athletics conference Central Indiana Conference
Sports Soccer, Football, Basketball, Swimming, Golf, Wrestling, Volleyball, Cross Country, Track, Softball, Baseball
Mascot Golden Eagles
Team name Golden Eagles
Rival Eastbrook / Marion

Oak Hill High School is a high school located outside of Converse, Indiana. The School was founded in 1959, combining nearby high schools Sweetser, Swayzee, and Converse. There are three elementary school in the school district located in these towns now. The junior high is connected to the high school.[1]


Oak Hill has a strong foundation of academic excellence since the school wsa founded in 1959. The High school scored a perfect 4.00 in the annual IDOE evaluation for the 2012 school year.[2]


The Golden Eagles compete in the Central Indiana Conference (CIC). They switched to the CIC in 2006 after formerly being in the Three Rivers Conference (TRC) and the Mid-Indiana Conference (MIC). Oak Hill is known to have had a strong football tradition, winning the Class A state championship in 1982. More recently, Oak Hill has been known for the success of their girls' basketball program. The girls' team was Class 2A state runner-up in the 2007-08 and 2008-09 seasons, as well as the 2016-2017 season. Oak Hill's boys' swimming and diving team set a school record for 100 consecutive dual meet wins in 2011. Girls' high jumper Janae Moffitt won the 2013 state championship with a jump of 5'10".[3]

Notable alumni[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ ohusc.k12.in.us
  2. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on September 28, 2013. Retrieved August 9, 2013. 
  3. ^ http://www.ohathletics.com/