|Ottawa Hills High School|
2532 Evergreen Road
|Type||Public, Coeducational high school|
|School district||Ottawa Hills Local Schools|
|Principal||Ben McMurray (Jr./Sr. High School), Kori Zake (Elementary School)|
|Color(s)||Kelly Green and White |
|Fight song||Stand Up and Cheer|
|Athletics conference||Toledo Area Athletic Conference|
|Mascot||Green Bear (formerly the Green Arrows)|
|Team name||Green Bears|
|Accreditation||North Central Association of Colleges and Schools |
|Athletic Director||Tamara Talmadge|
Ottawa Hills High School is a public high school in the village of Ottawa Hills, Ohio, United States, just west of Toledo. It is the only high school in the Ottawa Hills Local Schools district. The school's mascot is the "Green Bears."
The High School is attached to Ottawa Hills Junior High, and as a whole the building is commonly referred to as Ottawa Hills Junior/Senior High School or OHJHS by the villagers. Just outside is a flagpole built by Alumni of OHHS. The Liberty Memorial was added to the area around the flagpole with generous donations from community members and alumni. The Liberty Memorial was designed by Ottawa Hills resident and architect Todd Kime.
The school frequently consists of between 300 and 400 high school students. Known for academics, students at Ottawa Hills excel with a college preparatory curriculum. In 2015, Newsweek ranked Ottawa Hills High School number #1 in Ohio and #45 in the nation.
The Green Bears have won multiple state titles. Most recently, the boys golf team won the 2013 Division III State Championship. Boys basketball made it to the state final four for the first time in school history in March 2010, losing to Newark Catholic 48-36 in the state semis.
- The football team is tied for the most consecutive victories by a Northwest Ohio team with a 23 games winning streak from 1972–1974 (two undefeated seasons). Coach Norm Niedermeier was the football head coach for 40 years from 1957–1996, with 4 undefeated teams.
- The boys tennis team qualified for states for the first time in school history in 2016. The Green Bears defeated Lexington High School 3-0 after having a 9-year losing streak to them in the Regional Finals.
- Women's Dance Team received second in state for POM division and fourth in state in Jazz division in 2017.
- In the year of 2018 the soccer and lacrosse team were state runner ups. Also the baseball team and tennis team went to the regional finals. Finally the football team won their conferecnce.
- The Tennis team advanced to the state finals in 2019.
- Pete Kadens - Founder and former CEO of Greenthumb Industries.
- Christine Brennan — American sports columnist, TV and radio commentator, best-selling author and nationally known speaker is especially known for her coverage of the Olympics.
- John Colenback – Actor best known for portraying Dan Stewart on As the World Turns.
- Evan G. Galbraith — United States Ambassador to France from 1981 to 1985 under Ronald Reagan and the Secretary of Defense Representative to Europe and NATO under Donald Rumsfeld from 2002 to 2007.
- Steve Gordon (OH '57) – The screenwriter and director of the 1981 Academy Award-winning film, Arthur.
- Constance Hauman (OH '79) is a singer-songwriter and actress. She is credited with having the only live recording of Alban Berg's Lulu in the title role; recorded in Copenhagen 1996 at the Queen of Denmark's Castle. Constance Hauman's first full-length release of original songs, Falling Into Now, was chosen by the Guardian UK Music Critic Caroline Sullivan as one of the top 10 best pop albums of 2015. 
- Carl Eugene Heiles (OH '57) is an American astrophysicist noted for his contribution to the understanding of diffuse interstellar matter through observational radio astronomy.
- Jamie O'Hara — country singer / songwriter who wrote the # 1 Grammy winning country song of the year "Grandpa (Tell Me 'Bout the Good Ol' Days)" in 1986, performed by the group The Judds.
- Tom Scholz is an American rock musician, songwriter, inventor, engineer, and philanthropist, best known as the founder of the band Boston. He is also the inventor of the Rockman portable guitar amplifier. He has been described by Allmusic as "a notoriously 'un-rock n' roll' figure who never enjoyed the limelight of being a performer," preferring to concentrate almost exclusively on his music, and in more recent years, spending much of his time working with charities. Lead guitarist of the band Boston.
- Mark D. Wagoner, Jr. (OH '90) is an American politician and former Republican member of the Ohio Senate and Ohio House of Representatives.
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