As a diverse and inclusive 21st-Century school, our mission is to graduate students prepared for future success through a safe, supportive, and intellectually challenging environment committed to the values of Spartan PRIDE.
Over forty members of Student Council and National Honor Society helped host a special holiday party for Keyser Family Pediatric Cancer Center patients and their families on December 1, 2017.
Student volunteers, all dressed as Spartan Elves in red and green, assisted with food service, craft tables, and dancing.
OLCHS is pleased to announce that it has been recognized as an Apple Distinguished School for 2017–2019. During the spring of 2014, Oak Lawn Community High School launched an iPad pilot program that consisted of three carts of 30 iPads shared between 18 teachers. During the 2014-15 school year, 25 teachers chose to use the iPad in one or more of their classes, which resulted in 600 student-issued iPads used throughout the day. During the 2015-16 school year, all students were issued an iPad.
Senior, DaVionta Morgan, along with Art Teacher, Jennifer Wargin and Technology Instruction Coach, Janet Meyers presented on “Spheros in the Arts” at the 2017 Illinois Art Education Association State Conference in St. Charles on December 1. The presentation focused on applying basic coding techniques in the art classroom. The big idea, however, focused on teachers getting comfortable taking risks with technologies that they may not understand, yet students are willing to try.
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