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.
OLCHS is preparing for its much-anticipated ribbon cutting ceremony for the Performing Arts Center. The ceremony is scheduled for Sunday, October 28, 2018 at 2:00 p.m. Weather permitting, attendees will gather on the sidewalk area outside the main entrance for the ceremony followed by comments from the Board of Education President Robert Loehr. Guests will then enter the theater for a series of student performances.
OLCHS welcomes a new art teacher this year: Ailysh Cooper. Ailysh teaches Clay, Extreme Art, and Photography. Ailysh attended Northern Illinois University where she earned her BS Ed. in Art and Design Education. She is a pre-service student advisor for the Illinois Art Education Association and was camp counselor for Northern Illinois University Summer in the Arts Camp.
OLCHS is bursting to announce the first fall musical in the brand-new Performing Arts Center will be the Broadway hit Chicago!
There is no better way to break in a new theater than with Broadway's longest running musical. Chicago originally opened in June of 1975 and was directed and choreographed by the famous Bob Fosse. It was re-introduced in 1996 and went on to win 6 Tonys!
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