Welcome to Otsego High School!


Otsego High School's mission is to prepare all students to become productive citizens. All students will meet minimum standards on their way toward maximum achievement.

550 Washington Street
Otsego, MI 49078
Office: 269-692-6166  
FAX: 269-692-6188
Attendance: 269-692-6170
Grades Served: 9 - 12
School Hours: 7:50 a.m. - 2:45 p.m
Principal: Hervé Dardis, hdardis@otsegops.org

Assistant Principal: Mary Grile mgrile@otsegops.org

The cooperation and concern of the student, family, community members and staff will foster a safe, positive and respectful learning environment.

 

Hervé Dardis, Principal
 

 

 

National Honor Society Application

Yearbook & Senior Picture News

OHS Paw Prints Weekly Newsletter

Upcoming College Visits: (Juniors and Seniors may sign up for the visits in the Guidance Office)
  • Kettering University- Wed. Oct. 22nd 2:00
  • Michigan State- Wed. Oct 22 8am
  • Hope College- Thurs. Oct. 23rd 2:00
  • University of Michigan- Mon. Oct 27th 8am
  • Ferris- Mon. Oct 27th 9am
  • Eastern Michigan University- Thurs. Oct. 30 10:00am
  • Northern Michigan University- thurs. Oct. 30 2:00pm
  • The University of Alabama- Mon. Nov. 3rd  10:00am
  • Lake Superior State- tues. Nov. 11  10:00am  

 

  • Timber Ridge Ski Club Passes! Pretty soon, the snow will be flying and you'll want to hit the slopes. Check out the passes available to everyone age 8 and over (includes parents!) 
    TIMBER RIDGE SKI CLUB PASSES Sign up by November 18th to get the club rate!
  • Bittersweet Ski Club: Bittersweet Ski Resort full-year membership card is $15.00. They are available in the high school athletic office to all students and adults. Show your pass to qualify for reduced rates of: $15.00 lift/ $15.00 rentals throughout the season. The membership club card may be used 10am – 10pm on weekdays, and after 3:00pm on weekends and holidays.  


Job Opportunities for students:

  • Retired teacher with a large yard  is looking for a student to do yard work, mostly raking and picking up sticks, possibly some mowing but that’s not necessary.  Hours are flexible, she will pay minimum wage.
     
  • Working man, who lives in town is looking for a student to walk his dog while he is at work, he will pay $5 each time the dog is walked. Looking for someone once a day, 4 days a week. 
     
  • See Deb in the guidance office to apply or for more information.