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Oak Hill Middle School-State of the School

Baldwin County School officials and community leaders spent Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day visiting area students who have dropped out of school. Members encouraged students to work on earning their diplomas.  The service project was called "Educate to Graduate".

6th grade students recently enjoyed a field trip to the Georgia Aquarium.



....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

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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.

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.  
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.


UNIQUE:  Every student can learn when valued as an individual with unique and diverse physical, social, emotional, and intellectual needs.
  Students, parents, teachers, administrators, and the community share the responsibility for advancing the school's mission.
  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.


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