Students are encouraged to get involved in many leadership opportunities during their time at OAA. Being a member of a club is just one way our students grow into young adults and leaders of tomorrow.
Information about forming clubs may be obtained from the Principal’s Office. The principal appoints advisors for all clubs.
? Any club wishing to have an activity must have an activity form filled out by the sponsor and the activity approved by the principal or designee.
? In order for a student to participate in interscholastic club activities, he or she must have a 2.0 cumulative grade point average.
? All students must have a signed parent permission form before joining or participating in any club or organization.
? All clubs and organizations must follow the guidelines set forth in the School Board policies.
? Complete all forms for the Drug and Alcohol testing program.
The following clubs are active this year:
Yearbook - Yearbook Club is a fun club for students who like photography, working on the computer, and layout design. Yearbook members have an important job for the school in publishing and selling a product that they are responsible for creating.
Student Council- A Student Council is a representative structure for students only, through which they can become involved in the affairs of the school, working in partnership with school management, staff and parents for the benefit of the school and its students
Please see Ms Harden and she can direct you to the appropriate staff sponsor.
Consent Form for Drug Testing
Form to withdraw from random drug testing