Attention OHS Football Families & Fans: Tickets for tonight's game at Millburn are available online, as well as being sold at the gate. Please use the link below to purchase tickets ahead of time.
Attention OHS Athletics Families, Fans, Student-Athletes, and Community: Please join us for our Homecoming Event on Friday October 8th, 7pm at Bell Stadium. See the NJ Dept. of Health & NJSIAA Guidelines regarding masks for Outdoor Events:
- For Unvaccinated Individuals - Outdoors: Masks are generally not necessary but are encouraged when there is high level of COVID-19 transmission and when close contact with other unvaccinated individuals cannot be avoided.
- Fully Vaccinated Individuals - Outdoors: Masking is not generally recommended for fully vaccinated individuals. Fully vaccinated people might choose to wear a mask in crowded outdoor settings if they or someone in their household is immunocompromised, at increased risk of severe disease, or not fully vaccinated
For the safety of our students, staff, and community, the OHS Athletic Department highly recommends that all spectators wear masks and social distance while at Bell Stadium.
Attention OHS Family & Community:
On Tuesday October 5th, our OHS Cheer Squad will be competing in one of the premier Cheer events of the year. Cheer for the Cure will be held at Bloomfield's Foley Field and will raise funds and awareness for Cancer research. Come out to support our team, as well as a great cause. Go Tornadoes!!
OHS Athletics Google Classroom
Every athletic team will have their own Google Classroom page. Please join as soon as possible to receive information and updates from the Athletic Department, your coaches, and OHS. Use the links below to join for the 2021-22 seasons.
Athletes, please click the link above to join the OHS Athletes Remind group for information and updates on athletics and other issues at OHS.
Please use the link above to review the PPT presentation from the Orange High School & Orange Prep Orientations.
Visit the OHS Sideline Store to get all your OHS Athletics gear!!!.
Anthony FrantantoniAssistant Principal of Academic & Athletics973-677-4050 ext:5003 Fax: 973-677-4069FrantoAn@orange.k12.nj.usPia FrazierAthletic Assistant973-677-4050 ext. firstname.lastname@example.orgMaribel MontalvoAdministrative Secretary - Athletics973-677-4050 ext. email@example.comMaggie MorfinAthletic Trainermorfinma@orange.k12.nj.usThe Orange Athletic Department's expectation is to reach the highest level of success within the classroom and all of its sports programs. This will provide student-athletes with the opportunity to enhance their athletic abilities, as well as their academic success. Our vision is that our sports programs will be considered an asset to the academic mission of the school and will enhance all aspects of our school culture. Ultimately, we envision an athletic department where all of its participants, including students, parents, coaches, teachers, administrators, and community, can be proud of its ability to promote lifelong personal and community wellness.
The mission of the Orange High School Athletic Department is to foster academic and athletic achievement in our student activities, by emphasizing the importance of sacrifice, self-discipline, and dedication to achieving goals. Our purpose is to provide competitive athletic programs that represent Orange High School in an impeccable manner and provide student-athletes the opportunity to develop physically, mentally, ethically and socially. In doing so, the Athletic Department will provide coaching of the finest quality, facilities that provide excellent venues for safe and high caliber competition, as well as academic assistance to enhance academic success. Our main objective is to assist young men and women in their educational pursuits to the fullest through support, guidance and motivational programs. This assistance is intended to provide maximum opportunity for our student-athletes to reach their fullest potential.
ConductStudent-athlete participation in the Orange Athletic Department is a privilege, not a right. The Orange Board of Education expects all of its students to lead by example when representing their school community. Student-athletes should dress, act and conduct themselves in a way that reflects a positive image for their school community. All student-athletes are expected to display positive and appropriate behavior towards administrators, teachers, coaches, peers, opponents, and teammates.
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