Oldham County High School
Oldham County High School is a comprehensive public high school located 25 miles northeast of Louisville, Kentucky in Oldham County. OCHS is designed around the Professional Learning Community (PLC) concept. It is accredited by the Southern Association for Colleges and Schools (SACS) and was a National Blue Ribbon School during 1996-1997 and 2001-2002. OCHS is currently ranked in the top 15 high schools in the state of Kentucky. During the freshmen and sophomore years, students focus on the completion of a majority of their graduation requirements. At the end of their sophomore year, students are asked to select a “Major” — A.P.; University; Career. During the junior and senior years, students work to meet the selected Major requirements for recognition at graduation. Located in Crestwood off West Highway 146.
Dr, Angela Newcomb, Principal
6403 West Highway 146, Crestwood, Kentucky 40014
Oldham County High School is committed to providing a safe and relevant learning environment that equips students with the problem-solving skills necessary to be successful for the challenges awaiting them in the 21st century.
All members of the Oldham County High School community – students, parents, and staff – will work together as a team to create an atmosphere in which creativity, pride, and individual accountability develop life-long learners equipped with the technological, critical thinking and other skills necessary to succeed in all post-high school endeavors.
Oldham County High School Library serves 1600 students and 185 staff members.
We open our doors to students at 7:45am in the morning and remain open until 4:45pm Mon-Thurs for student use after school. We close at 3:45 on Friday afternoons.
We have approximately 40 computers available for student use every day in the library. We also have three additional computer labs, two mobile laptop carts and approximately ten iPad carts in use in our building.