This program fosters an environment conducive to facilitating the pursuit of excellence for the black male students achieving a 3.0 GPA or higher.
Meets in Room 807 on Fridays from 2:10-3:45pm. Students meet, discuss and watch their favorite anime programs.
Meets in Room 403 on Wednesdays after school. DECA prepares emerging leaders and entrepreneurs in marketing, finance, hospitality and management in high school and colleges around the globe.
The Delta Scholars program provides high school minority girls with a 3.0 or higher GPA with encouragement to excel academically, assistance in setting goals and planning for their future, and opportunities for leadership though community service.
This club is for Hispanic and Latinos students at OMHS. They meet for academic and social activities as well as community involvement and improvement. This club strives to promote pride and conservation of the culture.
Meets in Room 807 on Fridays from 2:10-3:45pm. Video/board/card gamers meet to play their favorites.
Are you a member or ally of the LGBT+ community? Come join Gender Sexuality Alliance (GSA for short)! We meet every Friday from 2:15-3:00pm in Ms. Moore’s room, room 211. The club is dedicated to creating a safe space for anyone of the LGBTQ+ community, as well as their allies. The club discusses weekly topics related to the LGBTQ+ community.
Meets in Room 807 on Mondays from 2:10-3:00pm. Students answer trivia questions about a variety of topics. Besides the TV show, the team also competes in local academic tournaments (commonly referred to as quizbowls).
NHS membership is based on Scholarship, Service, Leadership, and Character.
All Juniors and Seniors with a cumulative 3.40 (weighted) GPA are considered for NHS. The students fill out a Student Activity Information Form and are evaluated on the basis of Service, Leadership, and Character. Inductions of those students selected are held in the fall of the Junior and Senior year.
Julia Bakhru, GT Resource Teacher (Julia_Bakhru@hcpss.org)
Students who have a 2.0 GPA as well as a signed petition by thirty (30) peers and teachers can run for an office by giving a speech in front of the entire grade level class.
Want to join a club that improves OM’s overall school environment? Want to make a difference in the lives of those around you? Learn more about how you can spread kindness in school and in the community. TBK – To Be Kind OM will be held in room 206 after school every other Wednesday starting September 27 with Ms. Williams. TBK is an initiative to spread kindness and positivity to the world around you. Kindness challenges and discussions will be held during meetings and ideas exchanged for school wide initiatives to eliminate bullying and replace it with KINDNESS.