Join the Huskie Booster Club for its annual golf outing fundraiser! Friday, June 9, at Indian Boundary Golf Course. All proceeds go to the 4 A's at OPRFHS: Academics, Arts, Athletics, and Activities.
The District 200 Board of Education is seeking to appoint a new member to fill the vacancy created by the departure of Kebreab Henry. The appointed member will complete the remainder of Mr. Henry’s term, which ends in April 2025. Applicants must reside in Oak Park or River Forest, be at least 18 years of age, and be registered to vote.
This letter is to update you about asbestos abatement that will occur at Oak Park and River Forest High School. Asbestos abatement of floor tile and mastic in the school will begin on June 5, 2023.
On April 12, 2023, OPRF High School held a presentation about school safety, followed by small group discussions where roughly 100 participants were asked to provide their questions and suggestions. The follow-up report is now available, with answers to the roughly 50 questions that were submitted.
Two Huskies are set to make school history by becoming the first OPRFHS graduates to earn the state’s new College and Career Pathways endorsement (CCPE) on their transcripts.
Senior Ava Ashton and junior Rosalie Lagattolla, who is graduating early, both are completing the Certified Nursing Assistant program and will receive their CCPE in Health Sciences and Technology.
Attention Class of 2023 Seniors: You must complete the senior survey in Naviance. Click here for survey instructions. Questions? Contact your counselor or PSS office assistant.