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Children must be four years of age by August 1st of the year he or she would begin Pre-Kindergarten and five years of age by August 1st for Kindergarten.
The Oaks offers a full day and half day school option for both Pre-Kindergarten and Kindergarten students.
The easiest way to visit The Oaks is by attending a Parent Preview or Open House. These events take place in the Fall and Winter every year. Visit our Upcoming Events page to register and find out more.
Tours are offered at 9:30 am on Wednesdays at Brookside and at 9:30 am on Fridays at Fall Creek. Register here for a tour. Middle school tours are available upon request. Please email or call Robin Shaw at (317) 426-7990.
You can apply to The Oaks Academy online. We require a $50, non-refundable application fee. Please find our online application here.
Please make an account to submit your application. Early Decision Deadline is December 1 and the Regular Decision Deadline is February 1.
Pre-K and Kindergarten students applying to The Oaks are required to submit a birth certificate and immunization record. If your student will be in 1st – 8th grade we require school records and recommendations.
After your application has been submitted and approved, you will receive an email invitation to upload your documents.
Gather your W-2 and 1090 tax forms from last year and submit a financial aid application through FACTS Tuition Aid application process. More information on the financial aid process will be provided after submitting your application.
Please visit our Tuition and Financial Aid page for more information, including our tuition and financial aid calculator.
You will be contacted by our Admissions Office, and we’ll work with you to schedule a placement exam for Kindergarten – 7th grade students, a group observation for Pre-K and Kindergarten students, and/or a shadow visit for 4th – 7th grade students.
The Oaks Academy Admissions Office will send official admissions decisions via mail.
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