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Oakmont Mission Statement
Oakmont Regional High School provides an inclusive, nurturing environment where students pursue academic excellence, practice respect, think innovatively, and prepare for life-long participation in an ever-changing global society.
In our pursuit of academic, technological, and personal excellence, the Oakmont learning community will act responsibly, be self-directed, communicate clearly and appropriately, address and solve problems, and practice respect.
We are responsible when we
  • account for our actions, attitudes words and their consequences;
  • consider others’ needs;
  • reflect on our actions and respond accordingly;
  • accept constructive criticism;
  • use technology ethically;
  • contribute fully while collaborating with peers.
We are self-directed when we
  • prioritize academic tasks and manage time effectively;
  • make decisions in pursuit of a healthy lifestyle including nutrition, physical fitness, and preventative care;
  • make informed, thoughtful decisions regarding our emotional, physical and mental health;
  • conduct ourselves appropriately in a variety of social situations;
  • work diligently, independently or within collaborative groups.
We communicate clearly and appropriately independently or collaboratively when we
  • read actively and critically for information and understanding;
  • write clearly and accurately for a variety of purposes;
  • speak clearly and appropriately for the audience;
  • listen attentively and openly to others;
  • use multiple modes of creative expression;
  • demonstrate cultural and digital age literacy.
We address and solve problems independently or collaboratively when we
  • adapt to ever-changing learning environments;
  • look for analytic and/or creative ways to identify, describe, and solve real-world problems;
  • research, interpret, evaluate, analyze, and synthesize information from verbal, printed, and digital sources;
  • demonstrate curiosity and intellectual risk-taking
We practice respect when we
  • accept others with kindness and openness;
  • expand our awareness of and appreciation for the global community;
  • treat others ethically with honesty and integrity;
  • accept diversity and recognize the different ways we learn, think, look, and live.
  • Critical Thinking: Reading, listening, and research skills to gather, interpret, synthesize and evaluate information while using a variety of methods and technologies.
  • Communication: Demonstrate learning through creative, multiple modes of expression which include but are not limited to various technologies.
  • Responsibility: Demonstrate responsibility by being flexible and adaptable while working independently and collaboratively to accomplish tasks.
  • Decision-Making: Plan for and make healthy lifestyle decisions.
  • Citizenship: Understand the rights and responsibilities of a citizen in a diverse democratic society and be thoughtful, accepting, reflective, and active citizens in the school and larger community.
  • A sling bag or other small bag (We discourage students from carrying large backpacks during the school day)
  • USB headset

  • A calculator (some Math or Science teachers require a specific type of calculator, so it might be best to wait until school begins)

  • No. 2 pencils or mechanical pencils

  • Ballpoint pens (blue or black are best)

  • Highlighters

  • Four spiral-bound or composition notebooks (one for each course)

  • A three-ring binder with at least four dividers (one for each course)

  • Four pocket folders (one for each course)

  • Loose-leaf notebook paper

  • A ruler

  • A three-hole punch

  • A small notebook to record assignments

  • A calendar for scheduling events and due dates

  • Index cards

  • Tissues

  • Hand sanitizer

  • Teachers may recommend other supplies based on specific course requirements


    **Students are discouraged from bringing personal electronic devices**


    The school will provide a ChromeBook to ALL students, students may have cellphones but should not use them during class time. Additional devices will put a strain on our network

All college and career related information can be found here on the School Counseling section of our website
Students received an email at the beginning of the school year with a link that takes them through the setup process to activate their account. Before students can access the Student Gradebook Portal, students need to activate their account. Once the account is active students should be able to access their grades online. If you are still having trouble accessing your account after you followed the activation process in the email please let your teacher know so they can contact the technology staff for help.