What Makes Oak Hill an Excellent Choice?

NJ Private School What Makes Oak Hill an Excellent Choice
  1. A dedicated faculty of professional educators.
  2. A safe physical and psychological environment.
  3. A comprehensive, engaging curriculum.
  4. A family supportive atmosphere where diversity is celebrated.
  5. Individualized attention and small class size (8 to 1 student/faculty ratio).
  6. Outstanding facilities including indoor pool, science center, innovation labs, greenhouse, and auditorium.
  7. A world class global studies program, which includes cultural diversity, nation identity, and current events.
  8. Unparalleled high school preparation emphasizing reading, writing, vocabulary, grammar and mathematics fluency.
  9. The highly regarded Singapore Math program.
  10. An advanced, award-winning foreign language curriculum including Latin, French, Spanish, and Chinese.
  11. The Harkness method of teaching which uses a large oblong table allowing students to share ideas and collaborate.
  12. Technology that supports the entire scope of learning from PreK to 8th grades. Teachers utilize Smart Boards, iPads, computers and laptops.  They emphasize student curiosity, information literacy, problem solving, and communication skills.
  13. A hidden curriculum that helps develops a child’s self-confidence, perseverance, and independence.
  14. A generous tuition assistance program, as well as Merit Scholarships for grades 5-8, supports the school’s belief in having a socio-economic diverse community.
  15. A program of physical activity allowing for the development of a sound mind and body including championship athletic teams.
  16. A performing arts program in music and drama stimulating creativity and thinking skills for all students. Performances at a state-of-the-art Student Activities Center.
  17. A wide range of enrichment programs, homework help, after school activities, and clubs as part of tuition.
  18. Academic teams that are extremely successful competing on an interscholastic level.
  19. A Code of Respect that the entire community honors.
  20. An opportunity to “Join the Oak Hill experience!”
  21. As a community of learners, Oak Hill Academy believes that schools need to acknowledge their important role in students’ lives.To this end, we must strive to teach the whole person as framed in our contemporary society – a society that balances the issues of how the absorption of intellectual pursuits supports the wellness, stimulation, and growth of all persons in a democracy. We strive to foster in each student a passion for life-long learning. We seek excellence, respect for the individual, responsibility, and integrity. We are dedicated to creating an academically rigorous curriculum which is supported by a diverse and nurturing environment where children can flourish.We believe that for a child to be a happy and productive person in his/her community, he/she must develop a positive attitude toward himself/herself, and consideration for others.
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  • Dress Down Day

    Thursday, June 1  7:55 am - 2:30 pm

    All Students must still be prepared with sneakers for Physical Education class or they will be unprepared.as per the handbook: ;Hats, shorts, clothing with inappropriate sayings, clothing that is ripped, sandals, pajamas, slippers, flip flops, and tank tops are not permitted during the school day or during "dress down days." Professional “team jerseys” are permitted during “dress down days” as long as a t-shirt is worn underneath the sleeveless jersey. On a “dress down day,” slacks must be no higher than 5” above the ankle bone. On Dress Down days, skirts still should be of regulation length and blouses/shirts should be able to be tucked in at the waist. Short midriff and low cut blouses/shirts are not appropriate for school.

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