Click the picture to watch our talented choir perform 

"All I Ask"


Summer Office Hours

Tuesday and Wednesday

9 A.M. to Noon







**2017 Owl Camp**

-Click the Owl for All the Information-


Congratulations to winners of the Humane Education Society "Scratch my pet" art contest. Their pieces will be up this month at the shelter and auctioned off to support pet adoption.


Ooltewah Owls Baseball

 2017 Regional Champions!!!

(Click the Image for Write Up)



 Physical Forms

2017-2018 Athletics
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 Click here for Graduation Information

May 20th

9:00 AM

UTC's McKenzie Arena 


OHS Selected For Unum 2017 School Team Externship Program

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Click Above to Order Graduation Ceremony Pictures


Student of the Month: Alicia Montgomery


Student of the Month: Avery Panni


Athlete of the Month:  Roberto Baza


Athlete of the Month: Daisja Knox


Faculty Member of the Month: Mr. Blake



Mr. and Ms. OHS Nathan Proctor and Gabby Humble






Congratulations to ShuQi for becoming OHS Art Student of the Month!!! 

(Click Picture for More Information)






Click the Image Above to Access Our YouTube Channel




Seniors please check your email, the Scholarship Wall or your counselors door for the College Picture schedule

Seniors: Would you like to have your full name pronounced correctly? Please go to 2F sometime during lunch

Congratulations to Angela Livarchuk for receiving acceptance into the Youth Leadership Forum on Medicine at UTC!! This is a summer program for students interested in medical careers



The 2017-2018 Hardship Transfer time period is May 1,2017- May 31, 2017. All forms MUST be to the Student Assignment Office at the Central Office on Bonny Oaks Drive no later than May 31, 2017 to be considered for a hardship transfer. If you do not live in our zone and do not apply for a hardship transfer, you will automatically be transferred to your zoned school. Hardship forms are available in the office

Seniors- The Regions Bank scholarship for Students in the top 10% of their class is due on May 1st. Also the UTC Aspire Scholarship is due on May 1st for incoming UTC Students majoring in STEM.

The last day the School Nutrition operations can receive checks for meal payment is Monday, May 1st, 2017.

Just a reminder that Medication can not be left at school over the summer, so please come by and see the school nurse to pick up your meds. If they are not picked up they will be discarded. 

World Languages Club will meet May 3rd, after school.

Art club meeting this thursday, May 11. It is our last meeting and will last until 3:00. 

Parking for next school year will go on sale this week. Upcoming Seniors can purchase spaces during their lunch on Friday. Upcoming juniors can purchase theirs monday during lunch. Any remaining spaces will be sold monday after school. Please see Mr.Mullins or Mrs.Shoemaker for parking Applications. 

Seniors: if you are a former Snow Hill Elementary Student, you are invited to participate in their 3rd annual "Walk of Fame" on Monday, May 22nd, at 10:30 a.m. Please come dressed in your cap and gown.

Volleyball tryouts: June 5-7, 3:00-4:30, Must have all paper work uploaded to

All paperwork- Physical, concussion form Cardiac Arrest form and emergency forms must be completed and uploaded to Privit before trying out

Juniors in the top 20% of the class- Wofford college is interested in students just like you. They are interested in providing scholarships money for early interest. If interested see Ms.Easly ASAP.

Juniors are you interested in receiving admissions and scholarship information? sign-up for reminders with Ms.Easly. Please see green flyers around the school for details.

Juniors are you interested in visiting Swarthmore college? Swarthmore college will pay for your campus tour. Please see Ms. Easly to be nominated.

Attention Class of 2017!

Your Graduation invitations are beginning to come in Daily so please see Ms. Binder to pick yours up. If you owe a balance that must be paid prior to picking up your order.Your Graduation Caps and Gowns will be handed out on Wednesday, May 3 and Thursday, May 4 during all 4 Lunches. Students with the last name in A-L will pick up on May 3 and Students with the last name M-Z will pick up times will be during lunch. The pick up location will be in the Oak Room.

Seniors: Would you like to have your full name pronounced correctly? If you have a name often mispronounced, please go by 2F sometime during lunch and give the correct pronunciation.

Students looking for Credit Recovery options, please click here to view details. 

*ATTENTION SENIORS: Your graduation senior fee of $30.00 is due and can be paid at Mrs. Binder's desk in the front office.*

Students please read the student handbook to refresh your memory about the checkout policy. All notes must be written and signed by a parent or guardian turned into before 1st block!!!

Attention Students: Yearbooks for the 2016-2017 School year are now on Sale!! The First 200 Yearbooks will be sold at the discounted rate of $55- visit the link on the pictures above to purchase your yearbook!

 Please use the blue recycling bin in the cafeteria for your plastic bottles and aluminum cans!!

Did you know... Over 50 Billion water bottles are sold every year in the United States. Only 25% are recycled... the rest go to landfills. Please use the blue recycling bin in the cafeteria for your plastic bottles and aluminum cans so the JROTC Program can recycle them.. Thanks!


All students will need to be out of the building by 2:45 everyday unless under the direct supervision of a staff member. Any student caught in the building after this time without proper supervision will result in disciplinary actions.

If you still have not ordered your graduation cap and gown, please see Mrs.Binder in the front office for information on how to order yours online. (Remember cap and gown must be ordered to participate in the graduation ceremony) 


Drop off Times:

 Earliest Drop off time: 6:50 AM. Students dropped off before 6:50 AM will NOT be supervised.

        Latest Pick up time: 2:30 PM . Students picked up after 2:30 PM will NOT be supervised. 


Annual Notice of Nondiscrimination

Ooltewah High School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, or age in its program or activities including its career and technical education program. Leap: Lack of English language proficiency will not be a barrier to admission and participation in career and technical education programs. Please contact our 504 Coordinator for inquiries regarding the nondiscrimination policies:

Bridgett Fischer, 504 Coordinator

6123 Mountain View Road,  Ooltewah  TN  37363


(423) 238-5221



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