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Academics & Honor Rolls

Academic Team Finishes 1st at Regionals

Congratulations to Oak Grove's Academic Competition Team made up of:

Gurty Johal, Amber Muir, Jonny Deitz, Gunnar Hitterdal, Erich Froiland and Logan Zeng.

They took 1st place in the Regional Competition and will move on to State held April 10, 2017

National Honor Society Recipients 

National Honor Society is a nationwide organization that selects members based on four criteria, scholarship, leadership, service, and character. The students were selected to apply based on their 3.75 (or higher) cumulative GPA. A faculty council of 5 teaches reviewed the applications and scored the students in each of the four categories. NHS will give these students the opportunity to mentor younger students, plan and implement service projects in the school and community. 

Top Row (Left to Right): Luke Bergstrom, Christian Larson, Taranvir Johal, Jace Pulst. Jonathan Deitz, Bryce Bakkegard, Emily Teigen, Davis Sunderland, Jacob Teigen, Justin Berg, Andrew Christianson

Middle Row: Allison Widmer, Aeyana Buchanan, Allie Stover, James Slagle, Christopher Parks, Lauren Cain, Amber Muir

Front Row: Carly Benusa, Rikka Bergstrom, Cassidy Peterson, Alexandra Crabill, Mari Aaker, Bailey Niemiller, Jessica McKay, Brittany Dixon, Tanisha Petherbridge, Abby Benusa, Gurtaran Johal, Daria Zhidkova, Niki Ghazi, Celia Bauer, Abbey Simonson, Emily Card and Ms. Abbi Wittner

Not pictured: Benjamin Hoggarth, Devon Foster, Ingri Mastel, Avery Zasada and Austin Burud


Oak Grove is widely recognized for the strength and quality of its academic program. Oak Grove is fully accredited by the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools and “Accredited with Commendation” by the State of North Dakota.

Students engage in classroom discussions and activities that encourage them to think critically. They benefit from small class sizes and a commitment to individual attention. Oak Grove students consistently test higher in achievement tests, and more than 96% of Oak Grove graduates pursue degrees in higher education.

The Guidance Office would be happy to help with any questions!