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A School 26 alum stands in front of the newly unveiled historical marker honoring John Hope School 26 and the Paul Laurence Dunbar Library

Honoring the History of School 26

We are grateful and proud to call this beautiful historic building home, and to pay tribute to the legacy of the school and library that came before us. We honor the history of School 26, its alum, and the Paul Laurence Dunbar Library.

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Teachers circle up to discuss during a professional development session

Building a Strong Teacher Community

We build a strong teacher community by ensuring that our faculty are known and loved, which happens when we put relationships first. This is especially important in professional development sessions.

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Outdoor Education Clubs Turn Trash into Treasure

A new Oaks After 3 Club offering is helping students learn about the environment and the world around them. The winter session of Outdoor Education Club focused on conservation efforts like recycling and rescuing food that might otherwise be wasted!

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Lessons Found in Bouldering

It’s a common occurrence to see Oaks Students out and about in the city of Indianapolis for hands-on learning. Learn about one of our newest learning opportunities at North Mass Boulder.

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Bringing The Past to The Present

Bringing the past alive, the reenactment of the Trial of Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette is just one of the many traditions that Oaks students remember for years to come and a fun-filled example of how we develop a love of learning.

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