Our Class Our Future

Tuesday, May 24th

10AM - 12:30PM

The Dell Music Center | 2400 Strawberry Mansion Dr.

The “Our Class, Our Future” Celebration is a chance for us to rally around our graduating seniors who have committed to a postsecondary pathway, whether that be attending a 2-4 year college, joining the military, a trade, or the workforce.

Virtual Scavenger Hunt

Directions
Submit your entries by May 5th to be entered into a raffle to win one of the OCOF prizes. Every task is an entry. For example, if you submit all 5 tasks below you get 5 entries!

Prizes: Apple iPad, Wireless Headphones, and gift cards.

Winners: Announced on May 24th during the live in person event.

Virtual Scavenger Hunt Tasks

  1. Guiding Light: Seniors take a picture with your favorite Guidance Counselor, College and Career Coordinator or Gear UP Manager; that has been instrumental in helping you Find Your Fit!
  2. Then and Now: Show us your GLOW UP! Submit a current photo reenacting a childhood photo of you! Don’t forget to submit the childhood photo too!
  3. Words of Advice: Write a short message of encouragement to the class of 2023 in 50 words or less!
  4. Chapter 13: Becoming: As you close this chapter and embark on the next, take a moment to think about your journey! Submit a selfie photo with your school Name or Mascot.This can be the name sign on the building; a spot in the school. Be Creative!
  5. It’s all L.O.V.E: Show our city some love! Submit a photo next to the giant L.O.V. E sign, in Love park! OR repping the City of Brotherly Love. This could be you at a philly sports game, you in your favorite philly gear etc.
  6. Bonus: Submit a photo of you and your current Principal or Assistant Principal.

Scholarships

Apply for an OCOF Scholarship!

  • Workforce Training Scholarships: Awarded to students who are accepted into training programs. The funds would be used to help pay for training.
  • Resilience Scholarships: Awarded to students who have overcome extreme challenges and scholastic achievement and will be attending a college or university
  • Oratorical Contest Scholarship: Awarded to a senior students who participated in the 1st Annual Oratorical Contest
  • Public League Scholarships: Awarded to graduating scholar-athletes who have achieved success on the field, in the classroom (2.8 or higher G.P.A.), and will be attending a 2 or 4 year college or university
  • Arts Scholarships: Awarded to students who are pursuing college or training in the arts
  • Music Scholarship: Awarded to ONE student who will continue to study music and plays the guitar
  • Multicultural Scholarships: Awarded to ESL students who are attending college or a trade school
  • HBCU Scholarships: Awarded to students who are attending an Historically Black College or University
  • Postsecondary Readiness Scholarships: Awarded to students who are pursuing any postsecondary education pathway including: the Military, College, Trade School, or Workforce Training Program

Academic Supports Scholarships:

  • Awarded to students who have achieved high scholastic achievement (2.8 or higher GPA) and will be attending a 4 year college or university
  • Awarded to students who have achieved high scholastic achievement (2.8 or higher GPA) and will be attending a 2 year college or community college
  • Reclaiming Our Girls Project – Resilient Girl Scholarship Awarded to African American female students who have achieved high scholastic achievement (2.8 or higher GPA) and will be attending a 4 year college or university.

Book Scholarships:

Awarded to students who have been accepted into any college or university to assist with purchasing books.