Oneida City School District Athletics
 Middle and high school student-athletes can participate in a variety of sports.

Modified sports programs start in 7th grade and opportunities continue through  junior varsity and varsity programsOfferings include (M=ModifiedJV=Junior Varsity & V=Varsity):


Girls Field Hockey (M/JV/V) Football (M/JV/V)

Girls Soccer (M/JV/V) Boys Soccer (M/JV/V)

Girls Cross Country (M/V) Boys Cross Country (M/V)

Girls Tennis (M/V)   

Girls Cheerleading (V)



Girls basketball (M/JV/V)                Boys basketball (M/JV/V)  

Girls volleyball (M/JV/V)                 Boys volleyball (M/JV/V)   

Girls dance team                             Boys Wrestling (M/JV/V)  

Girls bowling           Boys bowling

Girls ice hockey        Boys ice hockey

Indoor Track (Boys & Girls) 


Girls track (M/V) Boys track (M/V)

Girls softball (M/JV/V)                     Boys  baseball (M/JV/V)

Girls golf (M/JV/V)                          Boys golf (M/JV/V)

                                                        Boys tennis (M/JV/V)

Athletes moving into the district must be  in compliance with the Section III Transfer Rulewhile foreign exchange students  need a special approvalFor informationcontact  the Athletic Department at 315-363-6901.

City School District Extra-Curricular Activities

Involvement in extra-curricular activities fosters connections and helps students develop positive relationships while offering an opportunity to use communication and collaboration skills. We offer a variety of age-appropriate opportunities based on current student interests to encourage involvement. This list is for general purposes and is subject to change.

Elementary: Each elementary school offers a few extra-curricular activities.  Check with your childs school to see what is offered. There are also programs offered outside the district through separate organizations such as Little League, AYSO, Oneida City Recreation, Oneida Public Library, Pop Warner, YMCA, and Boy and Girl Scouts.

Otto Shortell Middle School: OSMS offers a changing variety of activities for students that can include Jazz Choir, Marching Band, Foreign Language Club, Stage Band/Jazz, National Junior Honor Society, School Newspaper, Student Council, School Yearbook, & Drama Club.

Oneida High School: Students can select from a large range of co-curricular and extracurricular activities. Opportunities include Anime, Art Club, Chamber Choir, Chess Club, Colgate Seminar, Debate Club, Drama Club, Environmental Club, FBLA, International Relations Club, Jam Club, Jazz Band, Foreign Language Club, Gamers Club, Leos Club, Marching Band, Mathletics, Mock Trial, National Honor Society, Principal's Advisory Council, Science Olympiad, Ski Club, Student Athletic Council, Student Council, Student Guests of Rotary, Teens for a Better World, TSA, Vocal Jazz, Writers Club, Yearbook, Youth Court, & Z Club.