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Oskaloosa High School
1816 North Third
Oskaloosa, Iowa

Principal: Stacy Bandy
Assistant Principal: Andy Fuhs

1 Dean of Students
1 Guidance Counselors
1 At-Risk Coordinator
1 Activity Director
57 Teachers
16 Associates
5 Secretaries

Approximately 775 students in grades 9 through 12

Oskaloosa High School is organized on a trimester schedule.

Graduation requirements include:
English 12 Trimesters (4 years)
Social Studies 9 Trimesters (3 years)
Science 6 Trimesters (2 years minimum)
Math 6 Trimesters (2 years minimum)
Physical Education/ Health 12 Trimesters
Fine Arts 1 Trimester
Vocational 1 Trimester

Daily Schedule:
School begins at 8:30 a.m. and dismisses at 3:30 p.m.

2 hour early dismissal: 1:30 p.m.
3 hour early dismissal: 12:30 p.m.

High School Highlights Include:
• Advanced Placement courses in English, Biology, Government
• Dual Credit available for: Advanced Chemistry, Calculus, Accounting, Music Theory, and numerous Vocational Courses
• “Iowa TOP 50 School” as recognized by the Belin Blank International Center for Gifted Education and Talent Development for 2004-05 school year, based on the number of students taking Advanced Placement Exams.
• National Merit Finalists
• Vocational Opportunities in the areas of: Agriculture, Family and Consumer Science, Health Care, Business, Drafting, and Construction Trades
• Home Building in the Construction Trades Program
• Planting and Harvesting Crops in the Agricultural Program
• Cooperatively Taught Core Content Courses
• Four year Spanish and French Language Programs
• Fine Arts Programs: Drama, Orchestra, Band, Chorus and a variety of Art and Graphic Design Courses
• A School-Within-A-School Program providing students with additional academic and social support
• An Alternative Program for students who need an alternative from the traditional high school setting in order to be successful
• Co-Curricular Programs include: Orchestra, Marching Band, Concert Band, Choir
• Extra-Curricular Programs: Cross Country, Volleyball, Football, Basketball, Wrestling, Track, Swimming, Soccer, Tennis, Golf, Softball, Baseball, Cheerleading, and Drill Team