OHS Aquarium Field Trip
Flowers by Kallie Stoppleworth
Big Ben by Annalise Wirtz
The Forgotten Tree by Sierra Conger
All or Nothing by Peter Klaske
Flowers by Ally Kosterman
Tardis by Ben Schneider
Computer by Kayden Vossekuil
The Great Gatsby by Josh McCleave
The Horatio Alger Bottle by Ben Aschaker
Spartan by Jonathan Schmitz
Cancer by Kayla Jones
Always by Bree Babler
Yin-You by Aryauna Busch
The Couple by Laura Wusterbarth
Video Game Mashup by Jade Vanness
Untitled Drawing by McKayla Reinke
Family Night
Family Night OHS Display
Family Night OHS Display
Family Night OHS Display
Family Night OHS Display
Family Night OHS Display
Family Night OHS Display
Family Night OHS Display
Family Night OHS Display
Family Night OHS Display
Family Night OHS Display
Family Night OHS Display
Family Night OHS Display

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

Trailways All Conference Art Show at CWC

A MESSAGE FROM THE PRINCIPAL

 

What does Oakfield High School offer its students?

Since the month of April marks the beginning of the Open Enrollment period, I thought I would take some time to highlight the great academic opportunities that we offer our students at Oakfield High School. Even though we are small, we definitely have a lot to be proud of.

We hold our students to high academic standards by requiring 26.5 credits for graduation. This also allows students to take courses in a variety of subjects in order to develop a wide array of interests and to open their eyes to the unknown.

Graduation Requirements:

English 4 credits   Computer Literacy .5 credit
Math 3 credits Financial Literacy .5 credit
Science 3 credits Health .5 credit
Social Studies 3 credits Electives 10.5 credits
Physical Education 1.5 credits  

 

 

 

 

We provide rigorous opportunities for our students by offering a variety of AP courses. In total, there are seven AP courses offered.

AP Biology AP Calculus AP Chemistry AP English
AP History AP Psychology AP Statistics  

 

 

Students can also develop their skills in hands-on classes. Some of the highlights in this area are:

  • Project Grill - Students work with area business to design and build their own grill.

  • High Mileage Vehicle - Students design and engineer a single passenger vehicle.

  • Veterinary Science - Students learn proper care of domesticated animals and perform basic technician practices.

  • Outdoor Recreation - Students are able to receive certification in boat, snowmobile, ATV, hunter and trapper safety.

 

Those interested in the arts also have opportunities to shine as well. Some we are proud to offer are:

Band Choir
Solo/Ensemble Participation Digital Art
2D and 3D Art Independent studies in music/art

 

 


Even though this list is not all encompassing of everything that we offer, it provides a glimpse into what makes our school great. Oakfield truly has the best staff and students around.

 

Carmen Klassy

Principal

Oakfield High School

cklassy@oakfield.k12.wi.us

920-583-3141

 
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