Events & Announcements

Upcoming Events

Date/Time Event
Oct 25 (Wed)
All Day
Picture re-takes (HS)
Oct 26 (Thu)
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Volleyball Sectionals
Oct 27 (Fri)
All Day
No School - Teacher In-Service
Nov 4 (Sat)
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Veteran's Day Parade in Milwaukee
Nov 6 (Mon)
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Veteran's Day Program@OHS
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Nov 7 (Tue)
All Day
End of 1st Quarter
Nov 8 (Wed)
All Day
District Early Release
Nov 11 (Sat)
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
Girls Basketball Scrimmage@Home
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Nov 14 (Tue)
5:45 pm - 9:00 pm
Girls Basketball@St.Mary's Springs-JV 5:50/Varsity 7:15
St. Mary’s Springs Academy
Nov 16 (Thu)
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Fall Play
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  • Red / White Out T-Shirt Order

    Order your t-shirts (long or short sleeve) for the Red & White Out Dutchmen and Lady Dutch Basketball games this season. Please return to the office by October 26. Thanks for your support!

  • OHS Alumni Hoops Game

    Join us for the brand new OHS Alumni Hoops Game! Anyone who graduated from Oostburg High School and played basketball during their high school year(s) is eligible to play in this game on Saturday, December 30. A $25 donation gets you a spot on a team. We will have multiple events and contests, raffles, etc. throughout the day! Both Lady Dutch and Dutchmen will have two age divisions. See attached registration form for more details. Fans and alumni are invited to gather and watch this exciting inaugural event!

    Alumni Basketball Game Registration
  • Freshmen Orientation

    Wednesday, August 30 at 5-6:00 pm in the OHS Auditorium. Meet your teachers and learn about the programs and expectations at Oostburg High School. We look forward to seeing you!


Principal –  Scott Greupink  |  Phone: (920) 564-2346 x4001
More from the Principal


Choosing classes with a definite goal in mind will better prepare the student for the future.  A high school program will need to reflect one’s abilities, interests, and goals.  Course selection should fulfill graduation requirements as well as keep the student’s vocational focus and higher education entrance requirements in mind. Any program should be taken with value, meaning, and appeal to the student. All students are required to earn 27 credits and pass all required classes in order to graduate and receive a diploma from Oostburg High School. Note: Any course that has an * by its title is considered a college prep course and is weighted on a 5 point scale. For further information or assistance in selecting courses, please contact the OHS Counseling Department.

Course Options

    • English 9
    • English 10
    • American Literature
    • Novels
    • Strategic Reading
    • Creative Writing
    • English 12
    • Advanced Composition (TC) Lakeland*
    • Algebra I
    • Algebra II
    • Geometry
    • Statistics and Probability
    • Pre-Calculus*
    • AP Calculus AB/BC*
    • AP Statistics*
    • Computer Science
    • Biology
    • Chemistry
    • Advanced Biology*
    • Medical Teminology*
    • Physics (TC) Lakeland*
    • Genetics & Microbiology
    • Principles of Engineering (PLTW)*
    • Anatomy/Physiology (AS) LTC
    • Civics
    • World History
    • US History
    • AP US History*
    • Social Problems
    • Intro to Engineering Design (PLTW)*
    • Agriculture Survey
    • Robotics
    • Design & Engineering
    • Manufacturing Processes
    • Advanced Manufacturing and Metal Fabrication
    • Composites & Polymers
    • Dutchmen Enterprises
    • STEM
    • Flying Dutch Media
    • Business 101
    • Business Management
    • Accounting
    • Personal Finance
    • Economics
    • 2-Dimensional Design
    • 3-Dimensional Design
    • Art Culture
    • Art Studio
    • Theatre
    • Concert Choir
    • Pop and Vocal Jazz
    • Voice
    • Band
    • Jazz Band
    • Spanish 1
    • Spanish 2
    • Spanish 3
    • Spanish 4
    • Physical Education (9/10)
    • Dual/Individual Sports
    • Health
    • Strength & Fitness
    • Nutrition & Wellness
    • Team Sports Challenge

Project Lead the Way - Engineering

Whether a student is curious to understand more about engineering, has decided to pursue it as a career, or simply wants to learn to think critically, work collaboratively, and explore how math and science work in his or her everyday life, the PLTW Engineering program provides a track for success. Students engage in open-ended problem solving, learn and apply the engineering design process, and develop vital skills such as teamwork, communication, and critical thinking. While investigating topics such as aerodynamics and astronautics, biological engineering and sustainability, and digital electronics and circuit design, students use the same industry-leading technology and software as the world’s top companies.
Oostburg High School
Oostburg High School

Featured Program

Wisconsin Youth Apprenticeship

Wisconsin’s Youth Apprenticeship program is a part of a statewide School-to-Work initiative. It is designed for high school students who want hands on learning in an occupational area at a worksite along with classroom instruction.

Sports & Athletics

Oostburg High School prides itself on a strong tradition of athletic participation and success. More than half of our students take part in our Athletics opportunities. OHS is part of the newly established Big East Conference and offers sports opportunities year-round. Please visit The Big East website for schedules, scores, and standings. 


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Clubs & Activities

Students can get involved in a variety of enrichment experiences according to their interests. Many of our clubs are held after school, and some during the school day. Keep a lookout for activity announcements posted throughout the year. If you’re interested in starting up a new club, let us know!

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Oostburg High School
Oostburg High School
410 New York Ave.
Oostburg, WI 53070

Ph: (920) 564-2346
Fax: (920) 564-6138

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