Sophomore's: Don't forget to order your Class Rings! A representative from Jostens will be at the high school during lunch on Friday, September 18th to take your order.
Strive Scan's Virtual College Exploration Program is available for all Illinois students from September 15 - October 22. The six-week program consists of hundreds of opportunities for students to...
We take student health and wellness seriously and want to do everything possible to help your child avoid food allergies that might disrupt their school day. Food allergen information for district...
Last year on November 3rd, when Charlie Kistner ran 15:16.55 to place 9th at the IHSA 1A state meet held at Detweiller Park, it was believed that he had set a new school record. Then on August 25th, at the first meet of this year, he lowered that time to 15:14.7. Soon after that race, it was discovered that the school record was actually still held by Les Myers, who ran a time of 15:06 in the 1972 state meet at Detweiller Park. Les still holds the school record in the 3200 meter run, with a time of 9:17. Yesterday at Detweiller Park, Charlie put the newfound 48 year old record to rest when he ran an astonishing time of 15:04.6! With six weeks left in the season, who knows what he might still be capable of running. So congrats to Charlie for officially setting a new cross country 3-mile Olympia High School record.......again! view image
The high school XC teams had a great day at the 7-team meet hosted by Peoria Notre Dame at Detweiller Park today. The girls varsity team took third place with 83 points. The top 5 girls were Abby Litwiller(9th place-19:39), Anna Bieber(20:32), Rachel Andris (20:41), Chrystal Cornwell(21:07), and Cam Lawson(21:09). The guys were team champs with 40 points, holding off the always-hard-to-beat Elmwood Trojans, who placed second with 58 points. Charlie Kistner was the top Spartan, taking 2nd place individually, and setting a new school record of 15:04.6! Rounding out the top five were Logan Wheeler (4th place in 15:55), Owen Dare (7th place in 16:13), Anthony Ragland (14th place at 16:29), and Alec Pfeffer (18th place at 16:34). Overall, the Olympia runners tallied up 17 season and/or all-time personal records today! Congrats runners; keep up the great work! view image
Thanks to modern technology, there is now a fun activity that combines satellite navigation, orienteering, computer skills, treasure hunting AND movement. OHS P.E. classes are working through this cross-curricular game called geocaching! #MovementAndLearning view image
Saturday September 19th Activities Girls Golf @ LeRoy @ 8:00 Cross County @ Peoria @ 9:00 Girls Swim home @ 10:00