Orchard Farm High School

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Orchard Farm High School
2165 Hwy V, St. Charles, Missouri
United States
Coordinates 38°54′11″N 90°26′57″W / 38.90309°N 90.44920°W / 38.90309; -90.44920Coordinates: 38°54′11″N 90°26′57″W / 38.90309°N 90.44920°W / 38.90309; -90.44920
Type Public secondary
Established October 27th, 2000
School district Orchard Farm R-V School District
Principal Greg Jones
Grades 9–12
Number of students 550
Color(s)          Green and White
Mascot Eagles
Newspaper The Eagle Vision

Orchard Farm High School is a public high school in St. Charles, Missouri that is part of the Orchard Farm School District. The school serves the towns of West Alton and Portage Des Sioux as well as parts of the city of St. Charles and St. Charles County.

Orchard Farm High School is located approximately 7 miles north of Highway 370 along Highway 94. OFHS serves students from St. Charles, Orchard Farm, Portage Des Sioux, West Alton, Machens and Black Walnut. The district covers approximately 125 square miles. The present district was created on February 14, 1959, having combined 15 smaller schools into what was previously the St. Charles R-V School District. The district has been recognized as the Orchard Farm School District since the 2005-2006 school year. The Orchard Farm School District serves approximately 1,600 students in 4 buildings (2 elementary—Discovery Elementary and Orchard Farm Elementary, 1 middle—OFMS, and 1 high—OFHS). Orchard Farm High School has most recently (2010, 2011 and 2012) received national recognition by ACT, Inc. for its continued improvement of composite ACT scores, receiving the Red Quill Award and Red Quill Legacy Award and is Accredited with Distinction by the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.