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Welcome to OAK HILL MIDDLE SCHOOL - A GEORGIA SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION
....We are proud to be a SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION...Educate to Graduate~STAY in SCHOOL...
....We are proud to be a SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION...Educate to Graduate~STAY in SCHOOL...

Oak Hill Middle School
"All of us all the time"

Letter from Dr. Noris Price, Superintendent of Baldwin County Schools


Click Here for Details About the Vision for Public Education in Georgia Program





Picture day is Monday, September 8, 2014.








Oak Hill Middle School would like to thank Northridge Christian Church for their continued support. Teachers and staff were treated to breakfast and received an inspirational message from Pastor Portwood during preplanning.






2013-2014 OHMS TEACHER OF THE YEAR
 Mr. Adam Argoe




Mr. Argoe teaches 7th grade Life Science.


Oak Hill students are getting ready for the CRCT.

                                                                            




                                     










Dr. Linda Ramsey is shown receiving a certificate of participation from Stanley Secure representatives for taking part in the Together for Safer Schools grant program.












Congratulations to OHMS 8th grade student Daloria Boone!!
She recently competed in the USATF National Indoor Track and Field Championship in Landover, Maryland.
Daloria placed 1st in the Long Jump and broke the U.S. National Record
1st place in the 55 meter dash and broke the U.S. National Record
2nd in the 400 meter dash
1st in the 200 meter dash
We are proud of you Daloria.



CONGRATULATIONS TO ALL OUR REGIONAL TECHNOLOGY COMPETITION WINNERS! 
All First Place Winners will move on to State Competition on March 8th




Oak Hill Middle: Teacher, Markeeta Clayton
First Place
5-6th grade 3D Modeling David Grimes
First Place 7-8th grade 3D Modeling Andre Warren
First Place 5-6th grade Digital Video Emma Holder and Katie Blount

 

Congratulations to our 37th Annual Regional Science and Engineering Fair

Winners!!

  6th grade :

 Mollie Speights and Marvicia Smith – 3rd place for quickest way to cool a soda and GCSU STEM award

 Kya Larkin and Emprise Armstrong – 3rd place for how to store cheese

 Amiya Northern and Emma Holder– 3rd place for does name brand affect taste?

 Antavius Brookins and Michael Harden – 2nd place for paper air plane design

David Grimes – 2nd place for Scott vs. General Dollar paper towels

 Nathan Michell and Charles Lam – 1st place for using natural liquids to preserve apples and going to the State Competition  at the end of March, 2nd place in parachute drop


8th grade:

First Place: Callie Buchanan, Kaylee Brooks, Taylor Hudson “Boldest Brightest Tie Dye”

Second Place

Aleah Jones, Samantha Tuttle, Victoria Young “Luscious Lips”

Gracie Lingold, Amber Allen “Fish “n” Bait”

Payton Waddell, Britney Brown “The Power Of Suggestion”

Arthur Raber “Rainbow Fire”

Third Place:

Tristan Fietkau, Joshua James, Andreas Smith “Which Liquid Will Grow Plants Fastest”

Daloria Boone “The Great Melt Down”

Amya Beckom, Shamya Shinholster “Column Chromatography”

 Parachute Drop

Third Place: Payton Waddell, Alexis Roberson, Akeria Hill




The Literacy Fair was a huge success!!


 

                              

                                                               




Red Ribbon Week was October 28-November 1, 2013.  Shown are students and Dr. Ramsey wearing crazy socks in support of Red Ribbon Week.










First United Methodist Church in Milledgeville held a fundraiser as part of Vacation Bible School to buy school supplies for children in need.  As a part of "Love Thy Neighbor" day, the youth at FUMC purchased school supplies and packed the book bags for local schools. Oak Hill Middle School would like to thank FUMC for their support. Shown are Mrs. Ingram, Mrs. Hill, Dr. Ramsey, Mrs. Joiner and Mrs. Dibble with the much needed school supplies. Thank you very much to Sean McConnel, Allison Griner, Ms. Joiner, and the children and youth at First United Methodist church!



2010 GEORGIA SCHOOL OF DISTINCTION




 

 





Dr. Linda Ramsey, Principal
356 Blandy Road, NW
(478) 457-3370
Fax (478) 457-2422






Oak Hill Middle School is proud to be a part of the Youth Enrichment Services (YES) program in Baldwin County.   There are currently five schools in our system that are served by YES: Blandy Hills Elementary, Eagle Ridge Elementary School, Midway Elementary School, Oak Hill Middle School , and Baldwin High School. Click on link above to go to the YES pages.
Oak Hill Recycles!

Oak Hill's EcoClub recently created a "masterpiece" using bottle caps removed from some of the many plastic bottles the school recycles daily. This image represented a giant commitment card, complete with hundreds of signatures, displaying the students' and faculty members' dedication to a successful recycling program in our county schools.

Mission Statement:

The mission of Oak Hill Middle School is to "EDUCATE TO GRADUATE" in a positive learning environment where each student is empowered to achieve his/her highest potential.

Beliefs:

UNIQUE:  Every student can learn when valued as an individual with unique and diverse physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs.
RESPONSIBILITY:
  Students, parents, teachers, administrators, and the community share the responsibility for advancing the school's mission.
ACHIEVEMENT:
  Maximum achievement occurs through a commitment to continuous improvement.
PRODUCTIVE CITIZEN:  The attributes of respect (towards self and others), responsibility and self-discipline are crucial to the development of self-directed, life-long learners, as they become productive citizens of the community.

U  (You)
R  (are becoming)
A (a)
Productive Citizen

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