The OASC Seal

The design of the official seal was adopted in May, 1955 as the official emblem of the OASC. The wording (Leadership, Citizenship, and Sportsmanship) was suggested by the student council members of Macomber High School in Toledo. Superimposed over a map of Ohio are burning logs which represent understanding and counseling. The olive leaf symbolizes peace and good will.

The OASC Flag

In 1959, Whitehall Yearling High School designed the OASC flag. The flag is green with a white middle stripe. In the middle of the flag is the OASC seal. This flag is displayed each year in the school which is hosting the annual conference.

The OASC Fight Song

Da da da da da da da da da da da da da da da, da, da, da
OASC is the best,
It stands out from all the rest.
'Cause we've got that spirit and drive
That's needed to keep our council alive.
We'll go onward, hand in hand.
At the top we'll always stand.
OASC is the best,
It stands out from all the rest.

Da da da
Hail! To the OASC. Hail! To the OASC.
Hail! Hail! The OASC, leader of the band.
Hail! To the OASC. Hail! To the OASC.
Hail! Hail! The OASC stands out from all the rest.

The OASC Alma Matter

OASC is spirit. OASC is friends.
OASC is growing in knowledge that never ends.
And OASC is unity, together we all stand.
And OASC is becoming a leader and a friend.
In these short days we've shared,
Our hopes, our dreams, our fears.
And memories of a spirit we'll carry for all our years.
A spirit that makes us feel like soaring,
To the skies above.
'Cause OASC is magic,
The wonder, and the love.