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First day of school is Tuesday, September 5.   Students need to bring a copy of their class schedule with them to school on the first day.  High School students are encouraged to bring their favorite school supplies that they know they will need to be organized and successful with them on the first day….

OHS senior Maria Keller, founder of Read Indeed, has been awarded the Diana Award for 2017 for her work in literacy and providing more than 2 million books to children in need. Keller is one of six young people from the United States to be recognized this year. The Diana Award is given in the…

Six students serving on the Orono High School Student Senate attended the national convention of the National Association of Student Councils June 23-28 at Pinkerton Academy in Derry, New Hampshire. The delegation was led by Andy Baran, who will be a senior this year and is a member of the executive committee of the Minnesota Association…

Registration for 2017-18 student parking permits begins Monday, August 7. Begin the process by logging into your ParentVue account, then select FeePay Activities. Next, read and complete the Permit Application and make payment. Please keep in mind: Applicant must have a valid Minnesota driver’s license at the time of application. Applicant must have satisfied all obligations (fines/fees, parking tickets,…

Orono High School senior Elise Anhorn and junior Serena Laing received an honorable mention in the 2017 Minnesota Academy of Science STEM Communicator Awards. Their research paper was entitled “Investigation of Porphyromonas Gingivalis Isotypes in Relation to Various Clinical Factors.” The competition honors authors of the top 10 papers with cash awards and medallions, and also…

The Orono High School Student Senate was honored as a Minnesota Association of Student Councils (MASC) Student Council of the Year. OHS was one of five schools statewide to receive the honor. Honorees were announced during the final general session of the state leadership convention of MASC and the Minnesota Association of Honor Societies (MAHS)….

Orono High School has been named one of America’s Best High Schools by U.S. News & World Report. Orono placed second of the 769 public high schools in Minnesota.  Nationally, Orono was 249th of more than 22,000 high schools nationwide or in the top 1.15 percent of America’s high schools. OHS placed 97th of the top 500…

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