Spring Break is March 27 – March 31.
Oak Mountain High School Choral Department would like to invite you to come and spend an evening with us enjoying desserts from Edgar’s and other scrumptious bakeries. You will be waited on by students for your sweet tooth and beverage needs while listening to soothing sounds from talented students. Then move into our PAC to enjoy a show of fun and excitement that will have you dancing in your seats! Come join us either Friday, April 7 or Saturday, April 8. Tickets are $10.00 or purchase a table of 8 for $150 and have reserved seats up front.
Tickets go on sale today. You may purchase from a Choral department student or at the door. Please contact me if you are interested in a table of 8.
Box Office Opens @ 5:30
Dessert Served 6:30-7:30
PAC Doors Open @ 7:45
The OMHS Girls Golf Team has been challenged by Spain Park’s team to a spirit night this Wednesday at Uncle Maddio’s Pizza in Lee Branch. Come out and support Oak Mountain and their challenge to top Spain Park in school spirit! After dinner at Maddio’s, head two doors down to Sweet Frog’s where proceeds from that night also go to OMHS’s Girls Golf Team. It’s great to be an Eagle!
SOZO T-shirts are in. Please come by room 111 between classes or during SOAR 60 this week to pick up your shirt. See Mrs. Miller with questions. The OMHS SOZO Club appreciates your support.
Who’s ready for some golf??? The Oak Mountain High School Athletic Boosters is participating in the Regions Tradition Birdies for Charity fundraiser. Our goal is $40,000, and we’re going to do a grade vs. grade contest (6th – 12th). McDonald’s on Valleydale has offered to give everyone in the winning grade a Free Dessert card (good for 3 cookies, 1 pie, or 1 ice cream cone). There are also prizes for guessing the number of birdies as well as random winners for tickets to the Regions Tradition. Donors will need to indicate which school and grade their pledge/donation is supporting in the “Referred by” section (Ex: OMMS 7th grade; OMHS 11th grade). The email address to donate online is
If you have any questions or need help, please contact Kaye Smith at email@example.com.
Senior banquet will be Monday, May 15, 6:30-8:30 pm at Gabrella Manor. Cost is $40, and tickets go on sale after spring break.
Yearbook is accepting applications for the 2017-2018 school year. Applicants must have two teacher recommendations, a short statement of intent, and fill out the application. Applications can be picked up in room 226.
Prom will be held at The Carriage House at Park Crest on Saturday, April 22, 2017, from 8:00 pm – 12:00 pm. The theme this year is “An evening at Gatsby’s”. Tickets can be purchased at http://www.gofan.co/app/school/AL1761
Please remember we will enforce the dress code policy established by Shelby County Code of Conduct. The dress code and consequences for dress code violations can be found in the Code of Conduct.
Fast food is not allowed to be distributed during our lunch time. The front office will not be allowed to accept or deliver this.
The North Shelby/Inverness Rotary Club sponsors two $1000 “Service Above Self” college scholarships to graduating seniors at Oak Mountain High School. All senior students are candidates for the scholarships. All applications should be completed and mailed by March 31, 2017. Call Mrs. Huff for application at 682-5201.Don’t forget that the deadline is during Spring Break and counselors will not be available to assist after we leave for break.
Attention Rising 10th – 12th graders: Anyone interested in applying to serve on The Bell Center Youth Alliance Board needs to see Mrs. Wade in the Counseling Center for an application by Monday, April 10th.
The Bell Center provides Early Intervention Programs to children from birth to three years of age who are at risk for developmental delay. Established in 1984, The Bell Center has provided early intervention services in a center-based program in Birmingham, AL. The Bell Center is a completely privately funded 501(c)3 non-profit organization. While families pay modest tuition each year for their child’s attendance, the bulk of The Bell Center’s budget is accounted for by fundraising events, grants, and corporate or individual contributions. To assist in the efforts The Bell Center elects a Youth Alliance Board of local teenagers who are passionate about their mission and enjoy giving back to their community. A few of The Bell Center’s signature events include the Bell Runners program in conjunction with the Mercedes-Benz Marathon Weekend, Tailgate Challenge, and the Annual Poinsettia Sale.
The North Shelby/Inverness Rotary Club sponsors two $1000 “Service Above Self” college scholarships to graduating seniors at Oak Mountain High School. All senior students are candidates for the scholarships. All applications should be completed and mailed by March 31, 2017, and are located in the Guidance Center. The scholarship presentations will be made at the Oak Mountain Award Day.
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The Ronald McDonald Leadership Council is a group of young men and women committed to serving the families residing in RMHCA though advocacy, volunteerism and fundraising. Membership is open to high school rising juniors and seniors who demonstrate an interest in the mission. Applications and materials must be received by April 28th to be considered for the 2017-18 SLC. To apply go to www.RMHCA.org and select “Student Leadership Council” under the “Volunteer” tab. You will also need 2 letters of recommendation sent by teachers, employers, pastors, or other volunteer supervisors to Emily.Wright@RMHCA.org
The National Senior Games Association is a non-profit Multi-Sports Council member of the United States Olympic Committee that promotes health and wellness for adults 50 and over through education, fitness, and sport. Birmingham, Al will be hosting the 2017 National Senior Games from June 2nd -15th at multiple sites across the city and will need approximately 3,000 volunteers. Types of volunteers needed are hospitality, score-keeping, venue coordinator, athletic registration, and awards, etc… If you are interested go to www.nsga.com/volunteer.