Oak Glen High School
195 Golden Bear Drive
New Cumberland, WV 26047
Phone 304-387-2063 or 304-564-3500
Dave Smith, Principal
Kevin Logue, Assistant Principal
Carla Carinci-Bell, Assistant Principal
Oak Glen High School is the northern most high school in the State of West Virginia. Oak Glen has over 530 students in grades 9-12. Academically, the Oak Glen Administration and Faculty oversee a program of study that is focused on providing a comprehensive and rigorous education that is geared toward preparing students to compete on a global scale.
Oak Glen competes at the AA level in all sports in West Virginia and is also a member of the prestigious Ohio Valley Athletic Conference competing at the AAA level. The athletic facilities, including a new artificial turf football/soccer stadium, outdoor track and field, baseball and softball fields, a wrestling room, and two basketball courts, are some of the finest in the tri-state area.
In addition to rigorous academics and sports, Oak Glen High School offers students the opportunity to join many clubs that provide activities for students and benefits the community. RAZE, an anti-drug, alcohol and tobacco, program, has been recognized at both the State and National levels. The theatre program has also been recognized as one of the best in the State.
Weir High School houses 612 students in grades 9-12. Weir High School has recently added a new state of the art multi-sports complex on campus. The complex is called “Jimmy Carey Stadium” and is the home of the Red Rider Football, Soccer, Track, Band, and Cheerleading teams. Along with this major addition to the campus, Weir High School will also add a new science lab and upgrade the theatre. Weir High School has improved signage and the aesthetics around the entire campus.
Weir High School offers a comprehensive education guided by the principles of the West Virginia Department of Education. Weir High School is striving to improve and enhance student achievement and classroom instruction through its current adoption of the WV Standards to its curriculum.
Weir High School puts an emphasis on multicultural education and has been recognized by the All Black Schools Sports and Academics Hall of Fame (ABSSA) with the Carolyn Bennett Smoot contributor award for the school’s work with its recognition of Black History Month as well as the Carter G. Woodson History Bowl.
Weir High is business partners with First Choice America Credit Union, FACS Law, Greco-Hertnick Funeral Home, Hancock County Savings Bank, Lyle’s Auto, Mainstream Physical Therapy, Project BEST, Tri-State Medical, and Weirton Medical Center. These partnerships have forged a business-education alliance that has benefited the whole student body.
Weir High School has a staff of 46 WV State Highly Qualified teachers, 1 guidance counselor, 2 assistant principals, and one head principal.