News & Announcements

HS Girls Volleyball Returns

The Ouray High School girls volleyball season came to an end on Tuesday, October 25 after what many of the girls felt was a successful season.

Halloween in the Hallways

High school students crowded the hallway as the elementary students paraded through with their costumes. The little ones rushed through, a little embarrassed to be showing off, perhaps, but mostly they were brimming with excitement to go out on the town trick-or-treating.

Schools and Communities

Schools and communities! Those are the buzz words in second grade this quarter. Ms Cervone and her students have been comparing and contrasting different schools and communities.

Otter Pops are Less Fun Than You Think

I’m gonna say it - please don’t hate me: Otter Pops don’t taste like much. Okay, okay, okay. Before you get all up in my face like that, I love Otter Pops more than anything in the whole entire world. Okay? Can you let me talk now? Thank you.

Climbing the Peak

Community building activities in schools are usually the cause of much groaning from students, but at Ouray School they are tolerated - and, dare I say it? even enjoyed. Climb the Peak day is an (at minimum) annual event where the entire high school and its staff go on a hike together.

Got Therapy?

One lasting effect of pandemic is the increased need, use, availability, and acceptance of therapy, especially as it pertains to the Ouray School student body.

Free Application Day for Colorado HS seniors

Every year the senior class of Ouray High School comes together to take advantage of Free Application Week to apply to Colorado colleges and universities for no cost. This year, it occurred on October 18-20.

A Champion Among Us

Ella Skoloda, the first Ouray School student to compete with the Montrose High School mountain bike team, has been named Regional Champion in the category of sophomore girls. This is her second year of competition, and she is the first on her team to achieve this honor. She said it came as a “complete shock.”

Lunchtime in Ouray

Every day at 12:35 pm hungry Ouray high school students quickly collect their items and make their way off campus. Students have until 1:20 to return for fourth period. A lot of recent changes within the school have caused students to stop eating lunch in the cafeteria.
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