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Welcome Highlanders!


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Oak Hills High School graduates carry the tradition of excellence with them throughout life - in their places of work and through community involvement. As one of over 30,000 graduates, there are many opportunities for you to get involved, stay connected and support the tradition that lives inside all of us.

 

 

 

Mission:
The Oak Hills Alumni and Educational Foundation will enhance the achievement, heritage and educational opportunities for the Oak Hill’s students and staff by providing alumni and community resources to promote unity, pride and building a legacy for a stronger community.

Vision:
The OHAEF will be recognized by the alumni and community as a leading organization that will provide financial support and resources for programs, and needs that will enhance Oak Hills students’ lifetime enrichment.

Core Values:
1. The Foundation will promote and provide financial assistance for projects that enhance learning opportunities for Oak Hills students.
2. The Foundation supports the values of Oak Hills High School and instills pride in current and future Oak Hills students.
3. The Foundation connects past graduates with current students. 

 

Letter from the Oak Hills Superintendent

The Oak Hills Alumni Association and the Educational Foundation have both been strong supporters of our district, our students and our graduates since their inceptions. I appreciate the volunteers who donate their time and hard work to making these organizations what they are today. As we look to the future and begin to collaborate on projects and determine the needs of our teachers and students, it seemed a great idea for the two organizations to merge as one.
 
Both organizations have dedicated board members and I’m confident they will continue to do great things as a unified board. It’s a logical and perfect fit to bring our alumni expertise and network into the fold as we work to provide more exciting opportunities for our students and graduates. We rely on fellow Highlanders to share their knowledge and experience with the children who walk the halls of our district schools. It only makes sense that resources are shared to provide more funding to our teachers, more networking and social functions for our graduates and more leadership and manpower to the committees who make these things happen.
 
I look forward to the accomplishments of the new entity and support their fundraising and friendraising efforts.

Sincerely,

Todd Yohey
Superintendent, Oak Hills Local School District