Glen Oak High School

Glen Oak High School

GlenOak High School is located in Plain Township, Stark County, Ohio. The school derives its name from the combination of the former Glenwood and Oakwood high schools, which were merged in 1975. The school has an enrollment of approximately 2300 students from grades 9-12.

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