The Oaks Academy
The Oaks Academy is a Christ-centered school that exists to provide a rich, classical education to children of diverse racial and socioeconomic backgrounds, preparing them to succeed in a rigorous secondary educational program and to demonstrate spiritual, social and emotional maturity.
Now serving 665 students on three campuses, The Oaks Academy is impacting Indianapolis and beyond.Learn More
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The latest blog posts and videos from The Oaks Academy
Camping Tips from Oaks Adventurers
Each summer The Oaks takes a group of students on Adventure Trips, week-long excursions in the great outdoors where they can experience whitewater rafting, hiking, rock climbing, and camping out in tents. The main goals for the trip are to strengthen students’ relationships with each other and with God's creation, as well as to challenge them physically, mentally and socially through unique experiencesRead More
Ramping Up Renewal
Being a Catalyst for Renewal is one of the four core values of The Oaks Academy. We believe it extends not only to our students in the classroom and their families at home, but also to the communities in which each school resides. Just as no two students are alike, the neighborhoods that host our schools each have unique histories.Read More
School 26 Alumni Reunion
The new Oaks Academy middle school hosted an Alumni Reunion for the former students of IPS 26Read More
The Oaks Goes to Washington, D.C.!
Each year, The Oaks Academy 8th graders travel to Washington, D.C. for a full week of experiential learning which builds upon The Oaks academic program. For many, it’s their first time away from home for so long and their first visit to Washington, DC. We thought you’d enjoy these updates sent by faculty member Paul Kortepeter, every evening to the students’ parents.Read More