9:00 AM - 11:00 AM OMS Graduation
8:00 AM - 1:00 PM Teen Driving Diversion Program -Street Safe
Final Exam Schedule
As we approach the end of the 2022-2023 school year, we would like to share information on the state testing requirements for all students. Students will be participating in exams the week of June 5th to June 9th. You may find the exam schedule below.
All students are expected to participate in end-of-year testing by taking the assigned assessments as required by and according to local, state, and federal laws:
- CTE Exams
- End-of-Course Biology, English II, NC Math 1 & NC Math 3
If you have questions or need additional information about exams, please contact your student’s teacher or Assistant Principal, Chris Campbell (firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, one of the questions we get around exam time is, “Can students leave early?”
If students have a signed note from a guardian to leave after lunch, they may be dismissed when the school testing session has ended. Teachers will be given early release passes on the morning of testing. Teachers will collect notes from students and attach them to the early release pass they will use to exit the building.
OHS 2023 Graduation Ceremony Date Announced
Tour Orange High School
Did you know that Orange High School offers tours and informational sessions for prospective future panter families? Yes, that is right, on the first Friday of every month from 9:00 - 10:00 am, we have a parent/guardian meeting for prospective families in our Media Center. During this time we share information about our school and answer any questions you might have about Orange High School. Click the link below to schedule your tour today.
Keeping Orange High School Safe - Say Something
Click Here to submit secure & anonymous safety concerns.Here at Orange County Schools (OCS), our priority has always been the safety and well-being of our students and staff. We believe that being proactive—especially when it comes to safety and well-being—is one of the most important things we can do.
Say Something is a youth violence prevention program run by Sandy Hook Promise, a national nonprofit. It empowers students and staff to submit anonymous safety concern tips through an app, website or phone call. To put it simply, this program is meant to enhance the student protections already in place.
We’ve included information about what the app is, how students can use it and why we’re adopting it in our schools below. Sherita Cobb, our director of student support services, is happy to answer additional questions. You can reach her at 919-245-4109 or at email@example.com.
Click Here for more information about this program.