• We Have Osborn PRIDE...

    Patience
     - Wait, even though it may be difficult
     - Show self-control

    Respect
     - Treat others with care.
     - Consider the learning of others.
     - Respond appropriately to adults.

    Integrity
     - Be honest.
     - Take responsibility for your own actions.
     - Apologize when necessary.

    Determination
     - Do the right thing, even if it is hard.
     - Make good choices.

    Excellence
     - Be ready to learn every day.
     - Achieve your highest academic potential by striving for and attaining Osborns standards.

About Us

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    Osborn High School  
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    We Have Osborn PRIDE...

    Named after Laura F. Osborn, the first female president of the Detroit Board of Education, Osborn High School initially opened in 1957.

    The school’s namesake, Laura A. Freele Osborn was a suffragist, campaigner for school reform, and long-serving school board member and former school teacher. She was the first woman elected to citywide office in Detroit. Laura was first elected to the Detroit School Board in 1917, campaigning on a platform of reform. She served on the school board for 38 years, until her death in 1955. During that time, she was selected as board president seven times. Osborn also played a role in developing Wayne State University in the mid-1930s. Laura is also credited with having mobilized women into the cause of school reform and temperance, also to have "broken the prejudice against women officeholders in Detroit". Her remarkable experiences illustrate the capacity to overcome tremendous barriers to excel and influence others to become leaders are embraced by the school community and embedded in the school’s core beliefs and values.

     

    Osborn Class Offering:

    • Engineering
    • Finance
    • Spanish
    • Dual Enrollment through
    • WCCCD
    • Honors and AP Classes
    • Reading
    • Web-Based Academic Tutoring
    • Internship Programs
    • Community Service Opportunities
    • ROTC
    • Robotics Team
    • Literacy Circles
    • Chess
    • DAPCEP
    • Media Club
    • Book Club
    • Recycling Program
    • Finance, Technology & Engineering Club
    • Alternative Energy Greenhouse
    • Drama
    • Student Government
    • Basketball
    • Football
    • Softball
    • Baseball
    • Volleyball
    • Track and Field
    • Cross Country

    School Identity

    • School Colors -- Red, White, Kansas Blue.
    • School Mascot – The Knights
    • School Motto – Skilled and Future Ready