Published in

January 14, 2019

Oak Hill Academy Repeats as the Top School at the St. Joseph’s High School Mathematics Contest!

This is the image for the news article titled Oak Hill Academy Repeats as the Top School at the St. Joseph’s High School Mathematics Contest!

Congratulations to the Oak Hill Academy Math team for winning the 13th annual St. Joseph (Metuchen, NJ) High School Mathematics Competition for the second straight year that was held on Saturday, January 12, 2019!

Monmouth County Private School

Mrs. Palamara took a group of eight 7th & 8th graders up to the High School in Metuchen for Oak Hill’s third annual trip to the Middlesex County High School’s competition.  The team consisted of eighth graders: Michael Gao (Holmdel), Robert Schweikert (Atlantic Highlands), Thibaut Fabricant (Red Bank), Aaron Lee (Morganville) and Saujun Christie (Toms River) and seventh grader, Daniel Fiskin (Morganville).

After all of the scores were tabulated, our Monmouth County private school, Oak Hill Academy, emerged victorious as the Champion amongst all competing schools!!  Congratulations were also in order on the individual side as Robert Schweikert finished 4th (missed 1st by 1 point!) and Michael Gao 5th to anchor the team win. This was our second consecutive team victory, and third in four years, at the Middlesex County High school.

Congratulations to Mrs. Palamara and the Oak Hill Academy students!

Share
Article By Oak Hill Academy
Oak Hill Academy is a Monmouth County NJ private school that is co-educational, independent, nonsectarian, and nonprofit for grades per-kindergarten through eight.

Our Latest News

Navigating Life: The Core of Personal Wisdom

Navigating Life: The Core of Personal Wisdom We at Oak Hill Academy believe that in the journey of life, personal wisdom serves as the compass, shaping one’s character and influencing one’s path.  It’s a practical trait – guiding decisions, defining purpose, and fostering positive connections, and it’s important that children are exposed to this concept […]

Read More
Oak Hill Faculty continue quest for growth

Oak Hill Faculty continue quest for growth Part of our school philosophy has always included the concept of constant improvement. We, as a world and in particular as a school, find ourselves in a new state of development and innovation.  To meet these demands and to prepare our students for the future, we must continually […]

Read More
Education on the Horizon

Education on the Horizon The education of our students is quickly evolving with the advent of the latest AI tools.  So, what may be the essence of education for our future?  Since the progress and well-being of our world depends so heavily on the education of our children, it is imperative that we take a […]

Read More
“Why?” Is the Question

“Why?” Is the Question Young children are consistently asking “why?”  They have an instinctive need to know about everything that enters their worlds.  Their senses are hard wired to be on the alert for stimuli which captures their interest.  As we grow older, we continue to be curious about our environment, however, we may not […]

Read More
Get The Latest News From Oak Hill! Join our newsletter now
News & Events

News & Events

Featured News

More News

Swim Team makes a Splash this Winter Read More
Oak Hill receives Four Awards from the American Scholastic Press Read More
Miss Murray awarded the Ellen Hardin Walworth Medal for Patriotism Read More
Best Large Delegation – Oak Hill Academy Model UN Team 2023 Read More
View More

Upcoming Events

Wednesday, February 28
Thursday, February 29
Friday, March 1
  • A

    Friday, March 1

    See more details

  • Dress Down Day

    Friday, March 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.

    See more details

  • Lip Sync (PreK-8)

    Friday, March 1  6:30 pm - 7:30 pm

    See more details

View All Events