Magnet Physical Geology students explore from the coast to the mountains.
OLHS Soccer Player earns Athlete of the Month recognition from Checkered Flag and the Virginia Pilot.
Magnet Physical Geology students explore from the coast to the mountains.
Magnet Physical Geology students explore from the coast to the mountains.
Purple up for military kids.  April is the month of the military child.

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Spring Music Program

Wed Apr 9 (6 pm)

The fifth grade strings will perform at 6 p.m. followed by the fourth grade’s presentation of Music Matters by Teresa Jennings. It will be a wonderful night of celebrating music!

Spring Break

Mon-Fri Apr 14 - 18

School will be closed

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Daily Announcements

OLHS Daily Announcements are available in PowerPoint Online by clicking HERE. Feel free to open the presentation in either the online or full version of PowerPoint to navigate through it more quickly. You can also view the announcement slideshow on Channel 20 while at school.

SOL Schedule

Spring SOL testing begins May 22, 2017 and will result in an adjusted schedule. The Spring SOL Testing Calendar and information about the adjusted schedule is available by clicking HERE. Students who have SOL tests must arrive to school on time. Students who do NOT have SOL tests and live within the OLHS zone will have the option of using the second bus run.

Click HERE for more information about the second bus run. Click on the "For More News" button to view bus numbers and times.

SOL second bus run

Activity Bus

Beginning Friday, May 26 – the FRIDAY afternoon Activity Bus will depart at 4:45 p.m.
There will be NO ACTIVITY Bus after Monday, June 12.

Senior Exam Schedule

Unless exempted, seniors will be taking their final exams according to this schedule.  Seniors in pure senior classes are to report to their regular classrooms for the exam.  Seniors that are in a mixed class with underclassmen are to report to the schola for the exam. Students with an exemption from an exam in a mixed class should report to class as normal during the exam date.  Students with an exemption from a pure senior class are exempt from attending during that exam date and block only. Attendance will continue to be taken through June 9th.  Seniors should contact their classroom  teachers with any questions regarding exemption eligibility, attendance questions,  and necessary forms.


6/5

1B and 2B exams

3B and 4B regular class

6/6

1A and 2A exams

3A and 4A regular class

6/7

1B and 2B regular class

3B and 4B exams

6/8

1A and 2A regular class

3A and 4A exams

Summer Athletics Information

Summer Athletics Info 2017

Summer School Information

Visit the VBCPS Summer School Site for more information. Registration begins May 22nd.

Student Schedule
Session 1: June 27 – July 19
Monday - Thursday 7:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Exams/Adjusted Dismissal July 20 7:15 a.m. - 10:15 a.m.
Session 2: July 24 - August 14
Monday - Thursday 7:15 a.m. - 12:45 p.m.
Exams/Adjusted Dismissal Afternoon Classes at Both Sites August 15 7:15 a.m. - 10:15 a.m. 12:45 p.m. - 6:45 p.m.

High School Sites
Bayside High School (AM and PM Sessions) Cox HS / First Colonial HS / Kempsville HS / Princess Anne HS / Tallwood HS
Green Run High School (AM/PM Sessions) Kellam HS / Landstown HS / Ocean Lakes HS / Salem HS
Princess Anne High School Secondary ESY (West Wing)
Renaissance Academy Division SECEP ReEd (K-12) & Secondary ASP / EBICS K-12 / Supportive Therapeutic Education Program (STEP) / Online Courses

Yard Signs

Click HERE for the Senior Yard Sign order form.

Gradfest Tickets! Early Bird Gets the Best Price!

Gradfest tickets are on sale and at the low price of $50. Order Forms available HERE.

Attendance Reminders

All Day Excuse Notes:
If a student is ever absent, notes (e-mail or written) should be provided to the attendance office within three days of returning from the absence, as we do not accept absence reports over the phone. For planned multi-day absences (i.e. vacation), at least a week prior, students need to submit a form requesting approval from the principal.

Reminders:
If students arrive late to school, they must report to the attendance office to properly check in (as opposed to going directly to class).

Early Release:
For 11th and 12th-grade student early dismissals, students bring a note from their parent/guardian (e-mail or written) to the security desk BEFORE 7:20 a.m. The note must have a telephone number where a parent/guardian can be reached to verify the early release. If we cannot confirm with a parent/guardian, the student will not be released. Requests provided after 7:20 a.m. are allowed only with extenuating circumstances. No early release requests will be taken over the phone unless there are extenuating circumstances. 9th and 10th-grade students are only approved for dismissal if a parent/guardian comes into the building to sign them out. Parents may send a note (e-mail or written) to the security desk BEFORE 7:20 a.m. to have their students waiting at the Attendance Office at the approved dismissal time (as opposed to having to call into the student's classroom for release to the Attendance Office).

Attendance Waivers

Applications for a waiver of the attendance policy for the second semester will be made available on Thursday, May 11th in the attendance office or the OLHS’ website and should be submitted no later than 2:30 p.m. Friday, June 2, 2017.

  1. To be eligible for a waiver, students must have a passing grade for any subject for which they are requesting a waiver.
  2. Students fill out the form completely and have parents sign. Teachers verify and initial the form if passing. The Attendance Office will check for completion of the Waiver Packet and will either keep or return if missing information needs to be completed.
  3. Completed waivers must be turned into the Attendance Office by the end of the day on Friday, June 2, 2017.
  4. A copy of the waiver decision will be mailed to the student’s parent(s).
  5. Teachers will be notified by an updated e-mail list so appropriate grades may be reflected before the final submission of grades.

All students should plan to take their final assessment until they are notified in writing of the waiver decision.

Please click HERE to access the Attendance Waiver.

Drivers' Education

ATTENTION all 10th, 11th, and 12th graders who have Virginia permits and have passed classroom Drivers Ed. and /or are enrolled in Classroom Drivers Ed., and are interested in taking the Behind the Wheel at OLHS this year, you can get your application in guidance or from Ms. Carey, take it home, fill it out and make sure a parent is aware that you are interested in taking BTW. You may return the forms to Ms. Carey or the guidance office. For more information about Behind the Wheel visit the BTW site at www.oceanlakeshs.vbschools.com/pages/btw/

Attention student drivers and passengers

Driving to school is one of the privileges of a high school student, and as a privilege it can be removed. Please be advised safety is the schools number one priority for you. As drivers you are responsible for the safe operation of your vehicle as well as the safety of your passengers. Any unsafe activity may result in loss of your parking privileges and additional discipline consequences may apply.

OLHS Student Parking

Any junior or senior at Ocean Lakes High School who wishes to park a vehicle on school grounds during school hours must complete this application, have it approved by school administration, and purchase a decal for $45. The student must present a valid driver's license and vehicle registration when purchasing a decal. At the time of purchase, a numbered parking space will be assigned to the student. Spaces are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis and only the assigned student/vehicle may occupy the space. Click HERE for the application and more information.

Yearbook Information

Don't miss out on your memories! Visit the Jostens website for more information: http://www.jostensyearbooks.com

Personal Deliveries to School

Ocean Lakes High School strives to maintain the integrity of instructional time; therefore, personal deliveries (e.g., balloons, flowers, "fast food," non-emergency messages, etc.) cannot be permitted. Deliveries made during school hours will not be accepted.

Attention Parents/Students: FREE MICROSOFT OFFICE 2013

All information concerning the free Microsoft Office 2013 software is located at www.vbschools.com/students/advantage/index.asp. Your student will need to know his or her email address and password. Their email address is their (student ID number) @vbstudents.com. If your student has any technical issues, please have them call the Help Desk at (757) 263-1111.

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