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November 08
OHS Clubs and Activities

​Parents and Guardians, please see attached a list of clubs and activities that are available at OHS.

OHS Clubs 2022-2023 (1).pdfOHS Clubs 2022-2023 (1).pdf

April 26
International Host Families Wanted

New Brunswick International Student Program (NBISP)Did you know this year OHS welcomed 30 visiting international students from 14 different countries?

OHS would like to thank the host families who make this possible!  AEI is currently seeking individuals/families to host incoming high school students for the 2023/2024 school year.


If you would like to become a host to international student, please click on the link to find out more about our application and compensation. Why Host a Student? – Atlantic Education International (aei-inc.ca) or contact Larry Wood at larry.wood@nbed.nb.ca

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March 10
2021-2022 Course Selection Handbook

​Parents, Guardians and Students please see the attachment for the Course Selection Handbook for the school year 2021-2022

Handbook of Course Outlines 2021-2022.pdfHandbook of Course Outlines 2021-2022.pdf

May 15
Request to Connect


For students and families to gain support for normal stress and anxiety, personal concerns, and school or career development questions including postsecondary requests. Click on the "connect" image to the left.

April 06
Reaching Your Guidance Counselor

​Guidance Counselors at OHS are arragned by student last name.

If you would like to reach them the contact information is below:

Last Name A-Go  (Kelly Pryor)

Last Name Gr-N  (Trina Kokoski)

Last Name O-Z  (Gary Nason)

Direct links to email are found in the About Us>Staff tab at the top of this website page.

May 16
OHS International Student Program

The New Brunswick International Student Program (NBISP), a program of Atlantic Education International, a government of New Brunswick agency, welcomes students in middle and high school from over 20 countries to attend a New Brunswick school for a few months, a semester or for the full school year.  The program provides an opportunity for visiting students to live with a host family, attend classes with New Brunswick students and participate in extra-curricular and community activities so they can develop their language skills and create lasting friendships. New Brunswick students and communities also benefit through enhanced cultural exposure and positive economic spin-offs.


The program is seeking homestay families for students arriving in September at OHS. The responsibilities of homestay families include providing a bedroom for the student (not shared), internet access, three nutritious meals/day, and most importantly is welcoming students as part of the family. All types of families including those with or without children are invited to apply. Homestay Coordinator, Larry Wood, will meet with applicants for an interview at your home in order to make the best match for both hosts and students. Hosts are required to submit a Criminal Record Check as part of the application  process. A stipend of $350 is paid two times per month to cover costs of hosting.  Larry  provides support to homestay families and students throughout the year and coordinates monthly activities for students. Interested hosts can fill out an expression of interest form at www.nbisp.ca or contact Larry directly at Larry.Wood@nbed.nb.ca

Please see the following links regarding the International Program:


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEHWzj0KKvs ​