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Principal's Corner


 Owosso High School is ranked 75th in the state out of 1,575 high schools according to the U.S. News & World Report.  Owosso High School is in the prestigious top 5% of high schools in the state and in the top 10% of high schools in the nation.  Owosso High School was the only high school in Shiawassee County to earn a place in the 2017 top 100 high school list.


 In addition, Owosso High School was recently recognized as Academic State Champion for Academic Excellence by Bridge Magazine.  Owosso High School was one of only 54 across the state to be honored.  Owosso High School was honored for best preparing students for the rigors of a college education or career training after high school.  Go Trojans!




 2017 - 2018 Upcoming Dates


Professional Development - Classes dismissed at 11:15 am  Wednesday, October 11th



End of First Marking Period - Friday, October 27th



Teacher Workday - Classes dismissed at 11:15 am

Tuesday, October 31st



OHS Parent/Teacher Conferences - 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Thursday, November 2nd



Election Day - No School

Tuesday, November 7th



Professional Development - Classes dismissed at 11:15 am

Tuesday, November 21st



Thanksgiving Recess - No School

November 22nd - 24th








  Individuals with Disabilities

 The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act provide that no individual will be discriminated against on the basis of a disability. This protection applies not just to the student, but to all individuals who have access to the Districts programs and facilities.  To obtain a copy of the districts Section 504 policies and procedures, please contact the building Principal or the districts Section 504 Coordinator, Bridget Spielman, at 989-729-5786.

 A student can access special education services through the proper evaluation procedures. Parent involvement in this procedure is important and required by Federal (IDEA) and State law. Contact the building Principal through the schools main office to inquire about evaluation procedures and programs.

 If you suspect that your child may be a student with a disability who needs either special education or general education with related aids and services, please contact either your building Principal or the district's Section 504 Coordinator, Bridget Spielman, at 989-729-5786.