Origins High School is a district public school that prepares students for success in college by building on strengths and being attentive to individual needs. We make it a priority to know students and families well through our advisory program. Our inquiry-based curriculum asks students to develop questions, conduct research, and prepare in-depth projects that exhibit their learning. Origins’ challenging liberal arts education is grounded in small group work, reading analysis, and an emphasis on writing. Students present portfolios of work to panels of teachers and community members twice a year and as a graduation requirement. At Origins, we graduate students that are active, confident learners and problem-solvers. Follow on TwitterInstagram, and/or Facebook for further updates.

The NEW, 5-DAY Rotation for Synchronous (live) Classes:

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In-Person Learning Is Closed 

 Beginning Thursday, November 19, all school buildings including Origins High School will be closed, and all learning will proceed remotely for all students, until further notice. Please have your child continue to follow the synchronous learning schedule remotely for this week.  If you have any additional questions or concerns regarding all remote learning, please reach out to your advisor.

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The FJM Campus experienced two unrelated Covid cases within the last week.  Test and trace is currently investigating the cases and will follow up with any needed steps.  Due to the Chancellor’s system-wide closure, we are closed until further notice.

Origins High School & District 22 Updates:

1. 2020-2021 School Year Calendar HERE

2. Free Flu Immunization Available at OHS by Appointment, more info HERE

3. College Now: Click Here

4. Please complete your Emergency Contact Form (Blue Card) Here.

Class of 2020 Graduation Website CLICK HERE

Gym Clothes Ordering:
For more Information, please contact us at:  origins@originshighschool.org or (718) 891 0037


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