About Sibley-Ocheyedan High School

Sibley-Ocheyedan High School is a 7-12 building with approximately 350 students and 40 staff members. Sibley-Ocheyedan is a progressive rural school district that strives to draw the best from each and every student. We are a 1:1 initiative school, where students are loaned a chrome-book for the academic year. In addition to their core classes, we want to enhance learning with 21st century learning skills (financial literacy, investing, college and job applications, as well as options to secure financial security entering adulthood.) We believe that every student is capable of learning at a high level, however, we are responsible for challenging them to go beyond their comfort zone.

At Sibley-Ocheyedan High School we are committed to academic excellence provided in a safe and secure environment. We strongly believe school should be a safe place where students can grow academically, socially and emotionally within our walls. Our district is blessed to have an outstanding staff dedicated to helping young men and women excel to their highest level of achievement.

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Sibley-Ocheyedan qualifies 25 for state finals

The Sibley-Ocheyedan large group speech team qualified seven of their eleven entries from the Spencer High School district large group competition on Saturday, January 20, 2018 for state finals. Those seven entries received a “1” rating (the highest possible) and will now compete in the state competition to be held at Le Mars High School on February 3, 2018.
Groups qualifying included: Reader’s Theatre – “The Black Cat” with Mariah Elser, Megan Grimes, Paige Hurlburt, Toni Lonneman, Colin Nasers, Ryan Nasers, Cole Newman, Rachel Poppen, and Carley Seivert; Group Mime – “Dinner for two…or Three…or Four” with Jacob Habben, Andrea Leusink, Stephanie Vipond and Maysun White; Group Improvisation –Megan Grimes, Toni Lonneman and Nichole Lowe; Ensemble Acting – “Demon Child” with Eric Jungers and Emily Jungers; Musical Theatre – “Little Shop of Horrors” with Tanner Dykstra, Mariah Elser, Alex McDougall, Joshua Nobles, Jacob Woelber, Benjamin Wollmuth; Choral Reading – Kaitlyn Bechler, Andrea Leusink, Alex McDougall, Ryan Nasers, Rachel Poppen, Skylar Reuter, Lauren Van Diepen and Maysun White; and Short Film – “Kidnapped” with Afton Grady, Cole Newman and Colin Nasers.
Other groups participating but not qualifying for state contest included: Group Mime – Paige Hurlburt, Emily Jungers and Skylar Reuter; Group Improvisation – Kaitlyn Bechler, Afton Grady and Jacob Woelber; Group Improvisation – Tanner Dykstra, Joshua Nobles and Benjamin Wollmuth; and Short Film – Matthew Cates, Jacob Habben, Trevor Kruger, Nichole Lowe and Stephanie Vipond.
The Sibley-Ocheyedan speech squads are coached by head coach Mr. B.J. Schuller, and assistant coach Ms. Rachel Keber.
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Monday, Jan. 22

JH girls basketball vs West Lyon has been canceled.

JH wrestling at Rock Valley has been canceled.
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Sibley-Ocheyedan will be closed on Monday, January 22 due to weather. ... See MoreSee Less

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"Your big opportunity may be right where you are now."

-Napoleon Hill
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