Graduation Info

Senior Events

  • Senior Spirit Week:

    Week of May 17 - May 21

    Senior Breakfast – May 20th

    Senior Walk – May 20th

    Senior Class Photo – May 20th

    Senior Movie Night (includes Senior Court) – May 21st (evening)

    Senior Festival – May 26th (afternoon/evening)

    Click here to register for the senior festival


    Senior Court:

    As part of the Senior Events, we will have a Senior Court on Friday, May 21st during our Senior Movie Night. Seniors who are interested in running for Senior Court should either pick up a copy  in room 220 or print the application from HERE. Applications will be available from Monday, 5/3 – Friday 5/7 and are due by Monday, May 10th at 1:45 PM. MyPCS students may turn them into the front desk, all other applications must be turned into room 220. Voting will take place on Thursday, May 13th between 7am and 5pm via a locked Microsoft Form posted on the OFHS Website and Senior Page. In order to vote, students must login to the form with their R2.D2 login. Students will only be able to fill out and submit the form one time. Please see Mrs. Campbell in room 220 if you have any questions.   

    Senior Court – Please congratulate the following students who will represent the Senior Class on Senior Court:

    Senior Court Boys:

    • Cory Garner
    • Ethan Tuttle

    Senior Court Girls:

    • Abigail Martin
    • Alexia Pecchio
    • Lauryn Winger
    • Maddie Gomes

    All events on May 20th are during the school day and are outside on campus.

    Events on May 21st and 26th are in the afternoon/evening as indicated above and will be held outside on campus.


Senior Class Information

  •  Hello Class of 2021!


    Parents – we are accepting donations to help offset the cost of senior events this Spring. While our bigger events are still on hold and must receive district approval, we are moving forward with our socially distanced online events. If you would like to contribute towards offsetting the cost of any of these events or even our larger potential events, please follow the procedure below:


    1. Send cash or check in an envelope to the school
    2. Put Attn: Mrs. Campbell, Room 220 on the envelope
    3. Put your name and your student’s name on the envelope
    4. Include if you would like a receipt on the envelope
    5. Drop it off at the front office or have your student bring it by room 220.

    ** NEW** If you would prefer to donate online, this link will allow online donations (closes 4/22/2021):

    This is only for donations. Senior Dues will be collected separately.



    Seniors who plan to attend college or technical school should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Completing the FAFSA is the key to accessing federal student aid, such as grants, Federal Work-Study opportunities, loans and even some scholarships. Students should submit their FAFSA as soon as possible. Federal financial aid is awarded on a first-come, first-served basis. For more information on how to apply and where to get help, students can contact our eCounselor service at visit