Oak Hills High School

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Oak Hills High School
3200 Ebenezer Road
Cincinnati, Ohio, (Hamilton County) 45248
United States
Coordinates 39°8′49″N 84°38′57″W / 39.14694°N 84.64917°W / 39.14694; -84.64917Coordinates: 39°8′49″N 84°38′57″W / 39.14694°N 84.64917°W / 39.14694; -84.64917
Type Public, Coeducational high school
Established 1958
School district Oak Hills Local School District
Superintendent Jeff Brandt[1]
Principal Travis Hunt[2]
Faculty 253
Grades 9-12
Enrollment 2,716 [3]
 • Grade 9 Freshman
 • Grade 10 Sophomores
 • Grade 11 Juniors
 • Grade 12 Seniors
Color(s) Red and Black         
Fight song "On Highlanders"
Athletics conference Greater Miami Conference[1]
Mascot Highlander
Team name Highlanders[1]
Rival Elder High School
Accreditation North Central Association of Colleges and Schools [4]
Newspaper The Tartan
Athletic Director Mike Coots[5]

Oak Hills High School is a four-year public secondary school located in Bridgetown, Ohio, with a mailing address of Cincinnati.[6] Oak Hills often is referred to as "OHHS" by its students and faculty. It is run by the Oak Hills Local School District.

With approximately 3,100 students enrolled annually, Oak Hills is one of the largest public high schools in Greater Cincinnati and Ohio. Oak Hills is a member of the 10-school Greater Miami Conference.[7][8]


For the past 10 years, Oak Hills has qualified for the Ohio Department of Education's Excellent with Distinction rating, the highest rating possible. This is based on average attendance, grades, graduation rates, and scores on the Ohio Graduation Test.

Oak Hills is known for having very high graduation rates. The Ohio Department of Education cites Oak Hills as having the highest graduation rate among large high schools in the state at 99.1%.[9]

Oak Hills offers numerous courses with varying levels of difficulty. Students can take remedial level, college preparatory, or Advanced Placement classes in several subjects.


Ohio High School Athletic Association State Championships[edit]

  • Boys Bowling - 2004 State Team Champion's [10]
  • Mock Trial - 1987, 2003, 2008 State Champions
  • Boys Baseball – 1980 [11][12]
  • Girls Swimming and Diving – 1982 [11]


  • Boys Soccer – 1980 (lost in double overtime)

Notable alumni and faculty[edit]


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