The commitment of the Ottawa-Glandorf Schools, in partnership with our families and community, will provide superior educational opportunities for all children, to establish a foundation for a life of learning and personal success.

District Information

Ottawa-Glandorf Local Schools

Ottawa-Glandorf ACT Scores


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Approximate Enrollment

Grade 12


Grade 11


Grade 10


Grade 9





College Credit Plus Courses Offered

College Experience Introduction to Political Science

Computer Applications Digital Circuits

Digital Circuit Analysis Engineering Graphics with AutoCAD

Computer Aided Design Basic Robotics and Mechatronics

Digital Media Principles of Marketing

Medical Terminology I Medical Terminology II

Introduction to Biology Literature

Composition Computer Integrated Manufacturing

College Algebra I Trigonometry

Calculus I Introduction to Statistics


Advanced Placement Courses Offered

Physics I Computer Science

Music Theory Studio Art: 2-Dimensional Design


Project Lead the Way Courses Offered

Introduction to Engineering Design Principles of Engineering

Digital Electronics Principles of the Biomedical Sciences

Human Body Systems Medical Interventions

Biomedical Innovation


OGHS Graduates in the Class of 2017 received 99 scholarships equalling approximately $1,300,000

Eighty-four percent of the students in the Class of 2017 plan to attend college.

Average ACT Composite score 22.9 (2016) as compared to a state average of 22.0



2013 Division II Boys Basketball

2008 Division III Boys Basketball

2004 Division II Boys Basketball

2002 Division II Girls Track & Field



Glandorf Elementary is a kindergarten through eighth grade school located in rural Putnam County. Our current enrollment is 596 students with an 18:1 student to teacher ratio. Our Curriculum has recently been updated in order for us to be aligned with the Ohio Academic Standards. All of our students have access to chromebooks everyday along with three state of the art Computer labs with the latest technology and computerized Software.

Students are able to participate in a variety of activities including band, choir, quiz bowl, science fair, and student Council. Students can also participate in the following junior high Sports including: Volleyball, football, cross country, cheerleading, basketball, and track and field.

Students are encouraged to participate in a variety of service learning projects throughout the School year in order to give back to their community and school. Students are also able to go on a variety of different field trips each year. Our eighth grade students visit our Nation's Capitol in Washington DC every spring. 



The Titan Takeover is a school-wide positive behavioral intervention and support program embedded within all parts of the school day.

  • All staff and students are sorted into five houses and work together toward a common goal by demonstrating appropriate social and academic skills.


A district Begindergarten class is located at OE.

  • Begindergarten is the first year of a unique, two-year kindergarten program that focuses on student social development while introducing kindergarten academic standards at a pace appropriate to their needs and abilities.


The school’s student-teacher ratio is 15:1.

  • Six intervention specialists are available to provide instruction and accommodations to meet the needs of students who have individualized education plans in a variety of settings.


Extracurricular activities include: Student Council, Band, Quiz Bowl, Volleyball, Football, Cross Country, Cheerleading, Basketball, and Track and Field.