A Bi-Weekly Newsletter

Oak Ridge has a New Look

Oak Ridge Community,

Over the past few months I have worked with students, teachers, sponsors, coaches, and directors to update and modernize the Oak Ridge High School Logo and Brands. We are still the War Eagles, but we do have a slightly new look.

One of the new logos I am most proud of is the interlocking OR. This symbol is close to the original OR that represented our school and community. As I look forward to all the positive things Oak Ridge High School has - I wanted to make sure that our brand included the community our school represents.

I am proud to be the principal of Oak Ridge High School and to live in the Oak Ridge Feeder Zone. Over the next few months you will see branding change throughout the school and throughout uniforms and programs. While change always takes some time to adjust to I am confident over time that our new logo and brand will be a symbol of success and high character and will represent you and the rest of our community well.

My best,

AJ LiVecchi

Principal, Oak Ridge High School

Congratulations to The Ridge Swim & Dive Team

This weekend at the district meet, 24 athletes advanced to the next round

of competition—The Regional Meet on January 31 and February 1, 2020.

On top of the largest group to move forward in the last 10 years, Senior diver

Samantha Vear broke her school record from two years ago with a score of 515.40.

The Boys 200 medley relay broke a two year old school record with a new time of 1:36.98.

The team consisted of Owen Ward, Tanner Isaacs, R.J. Taylor, and Samuel Granack.

Others moving forward are:

  • Caroline Alonzo
  • Audrey Byrd
  • Camille Claudel
  • Cameron Crawford
  • Ricky Do
  • Caitlin Dulay
  • Ethan Edwards
  • Heather Engel
  • Samuel Granack
  • Tanner Isaacs
  • Rebecca Jackson
  • Dieter Kingswergs
  • Faith Marshall
  • Emma O’Sullivan
  • Lane Otwell
  • Zachary Quinet
  • Adam Samman
  • Ayden Scheck
  • R. J. Taylor
  • Laura Thibault
  • Samantha Vear
  • Eli Ward
  • Iyleigh Ward
  • Owen Ward
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Transfers Open for Next School Year

If your son or daughter is attending Oak Ridge as a transfer student the transfer application for next school year is open. Please visit the following page to complete a transfer for the 2020-2021 School Year.

The deadline to register to vote in the March 3, 2020 Primary Election is February, 3, 2020. Visit for more information.

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School Day SAT

Oak Ridge High School is offering the School Day SAT to all students in the 11th grade on April 14, 2020. This SAT test will be free of charge. Please have your student register at the link below:

Ambassador Award Winners

The Conroe Independent School District Board of Trustees honored several individuals with an Ambassador Award when Board Members Mr. Skeeter Huber and Mr. Scott Kidd, along with Superintendent Dr. Curtis Null, visited Oak Ridge High School this month.

The Board of Trustees began the Ambassador Awards to recognize individuals for their positive contributions to campus life and campus climate. Throughout the year, each campus is visited by one or more members of the Board who surprise the award recipients while they are performing their duties as either student or an employee.

Congratulations to our Ambassador Award winners - Student-Rafael Rubin de Celis Urias,

Educator-Jeannette McKinney and Paraprofessional-Nicole Bayne.

Shattered Lives Meeting Scheduled

The first of two mandatory meetings to be eligible to participate in Shattered Lives is on Thursday, March 19, 2020 @ 6:30 pm in the ORHS Cafeteria on the Senior Campus.

Both parents and students must attend if they would like to be eligible for Shattered Lives. Currently this program is reserved for the class of 2020 and the class of 2021.

Senior Prom Package – 2019/2020

The Senior Prom Package has been extended until March 15, 2020.

The Senior Prom Package includes one prom ticket, one senior panoramic photo, and one picnic ticket. With your paid prom package, you will receive 2 free senior t-shirts (one in the fall and one in the spring). Prom tickets cannot be re-sold, traded, or transferred to another student for any reason. This package is non-refundable, so keep in mind if your child does not attend prom there will be no refunds issued – NO EXCEPTIONS.

Sign up for Senior Twitter to stay updated on all senior events throughout the year. Also, watch for an updated Senior Corner located on the Oak Ridge website.