On April 17, Ozark High School and Ozark Chamber of Commerce collaborated on an event to explore future partnerships between Ozark Academy students and local businesses.
What do you get when you mix hungry high school students and homegrown lettuce? A Lettuce Party!
Earlier this month, Ozark High School Natural Resources & Agriculture Capstone student Senior Tristin Cathcart harvested several varieties of lettuce and herbs including basil, kale, cilantro, chives, arugula and spring mix salad. Naturally, there was only one logical way to celebrate: A Lettuce Party!
OHS students in the Health Sciences Academy got hands-on experience Sept. 30 as representatives from CoxHealth and the Christian County Ambulance District stopped by.
Did you ever want to be a forensic scientist? OHS students in Principals of Biomedical Science class spent Sept. 12 determining the cause of death for a mock crime scene using sketches, measurements and photography. Students had to follow specific protocols for collecting evidence and then had to record and analyze that evidence to evaluate the potential crime scene. Students then researched different professions that related to the assignment.
OHS ninth-grade students are learning so much in the Academy Explorations class.The purpose of the hands-on class is to introduce students to all six Academies so they are prepared to make their Academy selection during their spring Individual Career and Academic Plan (ICAP).
How do you make a big school feel small? Ozark High School is taking this challenge head on for the 2022-23 school year with a new Academy model of education. Ozark High School is set to open a second campus called the Ozark Innovation Center in August 2022. With grade levels over 400 students and a second campus, Academies will ensure students feel connected with other students and teachers within their academic program in addition to their activities.