December 13th, 2016: Due to the snow, the boys basketball games and girls basketball practice have been cancelled. After Care is available at all locations.

Posts in Curriculum

Benefits of Sharing Artwork Early

Benefits of Sharing Artwork Early

The hallways of The Oaks are always lined with student art, but in the spring, middle school students have a special showing. Each student chooses their “portfolio best” to be displayed in the Middle School Art Show. Art enthusiasts from the local community are invited to view and judge student art in the show, bestowing awards on the best pieces based on criteria, such as the work’s craftsmanship.

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What Is Your 4th of July To Me

What Is Your 4th of July To Me

​In 5th grade at The Oaks, students participate in a Patriotic Speech Festival. They each memorize a speech of their choice spoken by famous icons of America's past, such as Sojourner Truth or Patrick Henry.

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6 Latin Words You Didn’t Know Were Latin

6 Latin Words You Didn’t Know Were Latin

Common words and phrases we use everyday are actually Latin. Read more here!

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4 Field Trips the Lower School Can’t Wait to Take

4 Field Trips the Lower School Can’t Wait to Take

Some of the best learning happens outside the classroom. At The Oaks, students take an average of one field trip per month.

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Some Things Never Get Old

Some Things Never Get Old

Over the course of their three years in middle school, students are taught many different dances (Waltz, Swing, Charleston, etc) that encourage them to respect each other, while connecting with historical customs.

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