Maroon and Gold Ram Head with text that says "Thank You Ross Community! #BetterTogether"
Ross Legacy Show Choir performing.
Ross High School Marching Band performing.
Earth Club students carving pumpkins.
Ross High School Drama presents The Odd Couple
The Herd student body at the homecoming football game.
The Entrance to Ross High School.

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2019 Graduation Live Stream & Order Form

The 2019 Ross High School Graduation will be streamed LIVE, for those who cannot make the trip to Oxford.  Just go to  and click on “Watch Live” - the link will be active beginning 6:30 pm on May 22.  A DVD or Digital copy of the graduation can be purchased at  with a portion of the proceeds returned to Ross High School.

Or print out the order form below and send it with your credit card info to Waycross.

Order Form


Ross High School Once Again Named To US News & World Report’s “Best High Schools” List Ross High School Ranks High in US NEWS Report

This morning, April 30, 2019, US News released what they are calling the most holistic and comprehensive evaluation of America’s public high schools ever published.

Ross High School was one of only three Butler County high schools (along with Lakota East and Lakota West) to crack the top 80 schools in Ohio on US News & World Report’s 2019 Best High Schools List.  This report reviewed more than 23,200 high schools across the country and Ross ranked in the top 10% nationally.  

This continues a run of good news for Ross in terms of recognition at the state and national levels.  Earlier this school year, the Ohio Department of Education announced that Ross High School had earned the highest Performance Index of any high school in Butler County for the third time in the last 4 years.  Additionally, Ross High School has had the county’s highest graduation rate for 7 of the past 8 years.  

“There is no magic to our success.  We have two excellent elementary schools that feed into a great middle school, which in turn feeds into an outstanding high school.  We have a dedicated staff teaching great kids who are supported by parents and a community that value and recognize the importance of education.”  - RHS Principal Brian Martin

Ross High School Profile from US NEWS


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Important Information for Incoming Seniors

All 12th grade students are required to show proof of TWO meningitis vaccines, unless the first meningitis vaccine was given after the age of 16. If the first vaccine is given after the age of 16, only one vaccine is necessary. All seniors attending Ross High School or Butler Tech must provide a record from a physician or clinic with the date the shot was given. Records must be provided to Ross High School prior to the first day of the 2017-2018 school year. It is important that you obtain these vaccines and the record as quickly as possible. Students without proof of a meningitis vaccine will face exclusion from school as required by law in the state of Ohio. Records can be dropped off at Ross High School, faxed to 863-8340, or emailed to the school nurse:

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