• Summer School

    Registration is now open for Summer School! Take a Summer School EDventure with us June 3-28!

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  • Summer Athletic Camps

    Spring and summer sports and activity camp information and registration is now available.

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  • Tiger Drill Team Brings Home National Trophies

    It wasn’t easy, but the 40 members of the Ozark JROTC Battalion Drill Team agree it was worth it. The team placed in the top 10 in all of their events at the U.S. Army Drill National Competition March 30 in Richmond, Virginia, bringing home a second-place overall finish for Armed and a ninth-place overall finish for Unarmed.

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  • Made With Love

    Did you know that in Haiti, many mothers don’t have diapers for their babies? Ozark High School FCCLA students were heartbroken when they learned that fact, so they decided to take action, staying after school to sew cloth diapers.

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  • Ozark DECA Students Qualify for International Conference

    On March 24-26, 27 Ozark High School students competed at the DECA State Career Development Conference in Kansas City and 14 students placed in their events to qualify for the International Career Development Conference in Orlando, Florida, in April.

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  • Two OHS Seniors Receive Honorable Mention for Missouri Scholars 100

    The Missouri Association of Secondary School Principals awarded Ozark High School seniors Caroline Taylor and Kaitlyn Short honorable mention for the 2019 Missouri Scholars 100, a statewide program that honors 100 of Missouri’s top academic students in the graduating class.

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  • Stacie Wood Named Ozark High School Assistant Principal

    Stacie Wood has been teaching sixth grade English Language Arts with Ozark School District since 2004. Wood began her career in education in 1998 as a paraprofessional with Springfield Public Schools.

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  • FCCLA Students Headed to Nationals

    Ozark High School juniors Meagan Smith and Eliza McComas earned a gold rating at the Missouri FCCLA State Leadership Conference March 17-19 and will now represent the state in California this summer at the National FCCLA Conference.

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  • OHS Choir, Band Students State Bound

    Nearly 50 Ozark High School choir and band students will perform at state competition in April, after receiving “exemplary” ratings at the MSHSAA Music Festival March 9 at Clever High School.

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  • OHS Horse Judging Team to Compete in World Show

    Four Ozark High School FFA members will represent the Missouri Quarter Horse Association at the world show this summer after taking first place in horse judging at the MQHA Winter Blast Contest in St. Louis Feb. 23.

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  • Ozark Dance Team Named Academic All-State

    The Ozark Dance Team was named Academic All-State at the Missouri State Dance Team Championships Feb. 23 in St. Charles.

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  • Support Staff of the Year

    The Finley River Community Foundation honored Ozark High School Custodian Becky Barrett as Ozark Schools Support Staff of the Year.

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  • Karen & Dennis Miller Award for Secondary Teacher of the Year

    The Finley River Community Foundation honored Ozark High School Teacher Dean Ulrich with the Karen & Dennis Miller Award for Secondary Teacher of the Year.

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  • FBLA Students Heading to State

    Ozark Junior High and High School students competed in a variety of events — ranging from objective tests, skills tests, and performance events — at the FBLA District Leadership Conference Feb. 5 at the Plaster Student Union on the Missouri State University campus.

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  • Ozark JROTC Rifle, Drill Teams Place First in Competitions

    Jan. 26 was a busy and exciting day for Ozark High School Army JROTC cadets, as they attended two different competitions and brought home many first-place trophies.

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  • Travel Training Teaches Valuable Life Skills

    Ozark High School sophomore Noah Estes said he always looks forward to the travel training trips — partly because he gets to leave school for a field trip, but also because he knows he is learning valuable life skills.

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  • OHS Musicians Named to All-State Band

    The Ozark High School Tiger Pride Band had six students selected for the Missouri All-State Band.

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  • Pride of Ozark Marching Band has Successful Season

    Ozark High School Pride of Ozark Marching Band had a successful fall season, placing in various competitions, hosting a competition and, of course, performing at the home football games.

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  • OHS Raider Team Places 13th at National Competition

    On Nov. 3, the Ozark High School Army JROTC Raider Team attended the national Raider competition at Lawhorn Scouting Base in Molena, Georgia. Raider competitions are a team-based, military-themed, multi-event fitness competition.

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  • OHS Computer Science Students Nab 1st in Hack 4 Good Competition

    Seven Ozark High School students participated in the annual Hack 4 Good competition Nov. 2, and all came home with a medal.

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  • COC Girls All Sports Champion Award

    Congratulations to the Ozark Lady Tiger teams for winning the COC Girls All Sports Champion award for the 2017-18 school year. Pictured are coaches Adeana Brewer, Chris Shull, Greg Hannah, Jared Cristy, David Brewer, Daniel Mullis, and Jimmy Nimmo.

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  • A Historic Economics Lesson

    What do the following businesses have in common: Strawberry farming and shipping, cheese factory, garment manufacturing factory, lead and zinc mines, tobacco factory, and coinage of silver dollars? They are all past businesses of the Ozark area. Ozark Junior High and High School students in Michelle Lindsey’s Introduction to Business class recently learned about this and so much more, thanks to OHS graduate and local historian Dr. Elise Crain. Over the course of two days, Crain talked to four different business classes about the history of Ozark and how it impacts economic development.

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  • Ozark School Staff Participates in Behavioral Risk Assessment Training

    Ozark School District is continuing its focus on mental health awareness as eight District employees participated in a Behavioral Risk Assessment training Aug. 24.

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  • FBLA Students Place at Nationals

    Ozark High School FBLA students Seven Thomsen, Christian Armstrong and Nathaniel Kean, recently traveled to Baltimore, Maryland, for the FBLA-PBL National Leadership Conference.

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  • Ozark Career Center wins Pacesetter Award

    Center honored for offering career pathways that put students on the fast track to industry credentials, college credits, careers.

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  • Ozark Baseball, Essick Inducted into Missouri Sports Hall of Fame

    The Ozark School District hit two homeruns at the Missouri Sports Hall of Fame Baseball Luncheon May 24 as both the Ozark High School baseball program and Head Coach Mike Essick were honored.

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  • Seal of Biliteracy Opens Up Opportunities

    Ozark is one of 35 school districts in the state to offer the Seal of Biliteracy to this year’s graduating seniors.

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  • 'You Don't Have to be a Pro to be in ProStart'

    Ozark High School students learning life skills through cooking.

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  • On Your Mark: Ozark Special Olympics Opens up Opportunities

    Special education teachers at Ozark Junior High, Ozark Middle School and Ozark High School started Ozark Special Olympics in the 2016-17 school year to expose students to organized sports.

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  • OHS Students Host Voter Registration Drive

    During lunch on April 20, seniors Jack Corp, Brett Jennings and David Grumbine were sitting off to the side of the cafeteria. And instead of trays of food in front of them, there were stacks of voter registration papers.

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  • Christian County Course Exchange

    The Christian County Course Exchange allows students throughout Christian County to take classes at neighboring schools provided the class is not offered at their school. This one-of-a-kind partnership between Christian County school districts ensures students have access to the resources they need.

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  • Ozark Students Don’t Walkout, but Work Together

    April 20 marked the 19th anniversary of the tragic school shooting at Columbine High School. With recent school shootings, students across the nation began organizing the National School Walkout. Slated April 20, it was a way to mark the 1999 Columbine shooting while raising awareness on school violence.

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  • Ozark High School Students Compete in Poetry Out Loud Competition

    Ozark High School students competed in a school-wide Poetry Out Loud competition on Thursday, January 18, 2018. 14 students advanced to the school-wide competition out of an original 411 classroom participants. OHS junior Courtney Middleton won the school-wide competition and junior Gabi Baltzell was the runner-up.

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