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Wrestlers Bring Home the Hardware

The Warrior Wrestlers captured the 3rd place trophy at the North Union Invite on Saturday. Leading the way for the Warriors:
Champions: Colton Turnbaugh @145, Cody Mies @160, Collin Kroll @170, Runner-up: Ty Spencer @113, Fourth Place:
Nate Hayes-Poole @220, Fifth Place: Jaziah Stover @106, Carter Kroll @120.
The Warriors host 8 teams this Wednesday in the OHSAA sub region duals. Ontario vs Lexington in the first round. Come out & support your Warrior wrestlers beginning at 5pm.

Brain Bee Competition

The Ontario High School Science Club traveled to NEOMED University in Rootstown, Ohio on Saturday to compete in the National Brain Bee Competition.  Students participated in a brain practical, written and oral exam.  The day included a speaker on neurobiology and lunch.  The students had prepared all school year for this event, practicing every Tuesday evening after school.  Great job Warriors!


Saturday, January 21st the Warriors won the 2017-2018 league championship by 41 points to Galion’s second place. The girls team won by 103 points and the boys were 2nd to Galion by 62 points. Swimmers broke 6 meet records. Individual meet record setters were Becca Gregg (4 time winner) in the 200 and 500 Free races, Kenton Cordrey in the 200 Free and 100 Back, and Nya Metz in the 100 Back. Relays breaking meet records were Girls 200 Medley Relay of Natalie Link, Myla Creed, Amy Evans and Becca Gregg and the Girls 400 Free Relay of Jenny Crum, Natalie Link, Becca Gregg and Amy Evans.

Relay first place winners were the Girls 200 Free Relay of Jenny Crum, Brianna Carmack, Nya Metz and Myla Creed. Other individual event winners were Amy Evans (4 time winner) in 200 IM and 100 Fly, Jenny Crum (3 time winner) in 50 Free, and David Whittaker in 50 Free and 100 Free. Many other swimmers contributed to the team effort to earn points to win the MOAC championship, congratulations to all swimmers!

Testing Nerves

Students in the anatomy and physiology lab test their nerve reflex speed.  Using Vernier computer probes, students can correlate the speed of their nerves by finding the distance and time of the nerve impulse.

Measuring Electricity

Students in anatomy and physiology measure the function of their muscles my measuring the electricity produced in them.  Using Vernier Technology, an electromyogram, or EMG, is attached to the computer and three probes are attached to their muscles.  A graph is produced of the electricity generated.

Yearbook News

Seniors photos are now due. Please turn them into the high school office or email them to Mr. Buker.
Order your yearbook now and save! Prices increase in January.  Click on the green Herff Jones logo (see right column) to order your book.

eSchoolView Offers Scholarships

eSchoolView is proud to announce their scholarship program, which is open to any senior. If you are interested, check their website for more information.

OHS Administrative Staff

Principal - Chris Smith Assistant Principal/Athletic Director - Chris Miller
Secretary - Jill Kaber

Athletic/Attendance Secretary - Deb Eddleblute
Guidance Counselors - Veronica Cain and Donnie Strine
Secretary - Judy Schnug
FAX - 419-747-6859
Attendance Line - 419-755-2000
School Resource Officer - Adam Gongwer
Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator - Amy Nagel

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Warrior Walk Fundraiser

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The 2017-2018 OHS Yearbooks are now on sale.
The Ontario High School order number is 12627. 


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