Oroville High School Announcements, Mission, and ESLRs
Dress Code for OHS Students
Clothing for male and female students may be casual, but also must be appropriate for a learning environment.
Dresses, skirts, and shorts must reach the end of the student’s pointing finger. Halter tops or other backless clothing, strapless garments, and see-through attire including mesh or sleeveless shirts with low armholes are prohibited. Cleavage and midriffs must be adequately covered. Sagging or low-rise pants that show boxers, briefs, or thong underwear are not permitted.
Obscene or offensive clothing that portrays racist or sexist motifs, displays sexually suggestive pictures and messages, or promotes the use of alcohol, tobacco, drugs or violence are not allowed. Clothing or accessories that promote gang affiliation are prohibited. Gang-related tattoos must remain covered.
Hats that are objectionable, disrespectful, and alcohol, drug, or gang-related may not be worn on campus. Whether students must remove their hats in the classroom is the call of the individual teacher. Shoes or sandals are required.
To clear an absence, call the school office at (530) 538-2320, ext. 3311.
Check out the Daily Bulletin that gets posted every day. It will keep you up to speed on what is happening at Oroville High School!
OHS Tardy Policy
When the bell has finished ringing,
All students must have entered their respective classroom.
If you are tardy,
You must go to a Campus Supervisor to get a pass, signed with date and time, BEFORE YOU WILL BE ADMITTED TO CLASS.
If you have an authorized tardy,
You must have a pass, signed with date and time.
Consequence for being tardy:
● Thirty (30) minutes detention will be assigned for each tardy.
● Each detention must be completed within 5 school days.
● Tardy detentions not completed within 5 school days will result in Saturday School.
● All students permitted to be out of class must have a pass. Students out of class without a pass will be assigned detention.
Student Voter Registration
Vote! Oroville High School would like to create opportunities for students to be civically engaged. Students and staff may conveniently access an online voter registration application 24 hours a day. Simply link to RegisterToVote@ca.gov to access the online voter registration application. For more information, you can contact the Secretary of State's Voter Education and Outreach Services Team at (916) 651-3070 or MyVote@sos.ca.gov.