Academic Planning

The journey to become career, college, and life ready starts at Freshman Information Night, held in January every year. OHS Counselors and Teachers follow an individualized plan to help students explore and develop their pathway. There are a series of meetings each school year, to help students advance along that path.

Academic Support

Academic Support

Math Support

Oconomowoc High School's math curriculum follows the College Prepatory Mathematics (CPM) program. CPM's mission is to empower mathematics students and teachers through exemplary curriculum, professional development, and leadership. CPM recognizes and fosters teacher expertise and leadership in mathematics education. CPM engages all students in learning mathematics through problem-solving, reasoning, and communication.    

Visit www.CPM.org for online resources for:

Students in Geometry/Building Trades I also included in this resource.

Math Lab is available every day in room 301/303.


Peer Tutoring

  • Peer tutors are available for specific academic areas.
  • Students are identified and available for tutoring through the school counselors.

Pride Period

Students can utilize this time of academic support and enrichment by signing up in FlexiSched under their teacher's offerings. One-on-one tutors can also be set up to meet during this time. 


Online Resources

MATH

Algebra, Geometry, Trig, Precalc, & Calc

www.wolframalpha.com

www.brightstorm.com

www.khanacademy.com

www.mathwarehouse.com

www.regentsprep.org

www.tenmarks.com

www.mathplanet.com

SCIENCE

Biology, Chemistry, Physics


Professional Local Tutoring Resources:

Learning Centers are professional tutoring centers that can provide assistance in basic reading and math skills, study skills, tutoring, and ACT preparation. Many will also complete an evaluation on learning styles and difficulties to individualize the support provided. Please contact for availability and fees.

 

262-326-5014, Lake Country

Huntington Learning Center - Oconomowoc - 262-200-2122

Brookfield Learning Center - Brookfield - 262-781-3634

Sylvan Learning Center - Wales - 262-968-1800

Grade Level Meetings

Grade Level Meetings

FRESHMAN: OHS Pathway Exploration

  • Students meet in small groups with OHS Counselors to explore academic and career goals. Students explore careers or “career clusters” which are broad professional categories, through the online career planning tool.
  • Within this tool, students begin to develop a career portfolio, log their volunteer and extracurricular activities into a resume, and start considering what classes, clubs, or activities to explore.
  • Students will take the ACT Aspire and MAP assessments to measure academic growth.

SOPHOMORE: Defining Your Journey

  • Students and parents meet individually with OHS Counselors to update each student’s ACP.
  • Students start to identify potential career clusters and work with Counselors and Teachers to explore hands-on learning opportunities.
  • Students will take the ACT Aspire and MAP assessments, along with the Forward Exam, to measure academic growth.


JUNIOR: Workshops, Parent Night & Researching

  • Students attend Junior Workshops to build their resume, evaluate their current pathway, plan for senior year, and set their goals for post-high school success.
  • Juniors will take the ACT Plus Writing and ACT WorkKeys assessments.
  • Students and parents attend a college and career workshop to learn more about:
    • The 2-year and 4-year college application process, admissions requirements, and financial aid.
    • The process of joining a branch of the military and how to plan for a specialized field within the military.
    • Apprenticeship program admissions.

SENIOR: Workshops, Applications & Conclusion

  • Students evaluate their post-high school path.
  • Students submit college applications, explore scholarships, continue dual enrollment opportunities, and look for additional internships, clubs, or activities related to their pathway.
  • Students and parents attend a final workshop to confirm successful post-high school goals.
  • Students participate in our one-day “Reality Store” event, where they receive a monthly salary then simulate budgeting and financial decision making.
Oconomowoc High School
641 East Forest
Oconomowoc, WI 53066
262-560-3100
Nondiscrimination: The Oconomowoc Area School District provides assurance that no student is discriminated against because of the student's sex, race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, creed, pregnancy, marital or parental status, sexual orientation, or physical, mental, emotional, or learning disability.
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