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Congrats to our graduates!

ODS Class of 2012

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Congratulations to Alex Diaz who graduated from Florida Gulf Coast University in May with his degree in professional golf management. He is already putting his degree to good use at The National Golf Club in Kansas City.


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Congratulations to Gabi Dorrell who graduated from the University of San Diego in May and is going to grad school at UCM for her high school counseling degree. She is currently working at Park Hill South.

 

ODS Class of 2016

Avery Giles - Graduated from The Pembroke Hill School and started at Villanova University

Jacob Mustard - Graduated from Oak Park High School and started at Northwest Missouri State University

Drake Potts - Graduated from The Pembroke Hill School and started at University of Texas at Arlington

Dasha McDonald - Graduated from The Pembroke Hill School and started at the University of St. Andrews (Scotland)

Nicole Kuehn - Graduated from St. Teresa's Academy and started at Virginia Tech

Ethan King - Graduated from Staley High School and started at Maplewoods

Tanner Hanke - Graduated from Staley High School and started at Mizzou

Delaney Clawson - Graduated from Liberty North and started at Vanderbilt

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Kasha Cloud - Graduated from Park Hill South High School and is taking a gap year

Jakob Kuehn - Graduated from Rockhurst High School and started at the University of Iowa

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Mary Gravis - ODS Alum - Recently graduation with her Masters in School Psychology from Emporia State University.

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Merit Scholarships Available for 2021-2022

Oakhill Day School is excited to offer current and prospective students an opportunity to achieve Merit Scholarships towards your yearly tuition. Merit Scholarships are submitted and reviewed on an individual basis. All families are encouraged to apply for a scholarship for one or multiple children.

Oakhill's Merit Scholarships are available to incoming students 3rd-8th and renewable each year through 8th grade. Financial need is not a consideration to receive a Merit Scholarship. Criteria for award distribution varies depending on grade level and enrollment status. Merit Scholarships vary in amount.

Families who would like to have a student(s) considered for a Merit Scholarship should complete the attached form. The Admissions Office will reach out at that time with more information. Merit Scholarships are available for both current and prospective families!

For families with multiple children, please complete the Merit Scholarship form for each student for consideration.

A total of FIVE scholarships will be awarded each school year.

For more information or with questions on the Merit Scholarship program, please contact the Admissions Office.

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Pandemic Life at Oakhill - What Now?

Education is the great equalizer; every student has a right to it! One thing is for sure, education has taken on a new look these days. There are many choices out there! You have chosen Oakhill - a private, independent education for your child; a mission-driven learning environment where your child is known and valued! We thank you!

You know how important the entire educational process is - not just the content, but all that traditional schooling means and brings - the relationships, the interaction, the problem-solving, the critical thinking, the inquiry, the socialization, the shared conversations, the collaboration, and the list goes on and on. All of us became teachers to "make all of this happen"...to make a difference in the lives of our students. 

I spent time in the classrooms last week watching this very "thing" take place! Students learn from their teacher, but they also learn from one another. I left those observations in a "great place"; I am grateful to be in school...grateful to employ these awesome educators...grateful to watch our "kids be kids" in the classroom...and, grateful for your trust in us! 

Oakhill has already experienced many figurative "wins" this 20/21 school year. 

  • The biggest win is to be on-campus and in-person while continuing to educate our students who have opted to learn virtually for now. I am proud of our classroom teachers AND our remote learning teachers; they have blazed a unique path for alternate learning. 

  • We have only had 5 confirmed cases of Covid-19 this school year. A huge thank you to all of the teachers and staff who have helped keep our community safe and healthy.

  • We have 248 students who came back to Oakhill this year, and we have 53 brand new students who chose to come, or make a change. We are fortunate to have loyal customers and we are grateful for these relationships. We have nothing but respect for each and every family at Oakhill.

  • We have several new faculty members who opted to begin a new journey at Oakhill in the middle of a pandemic! All of our newest staff members either had great jobs or had chosen another path for the year, but when the Oakhill doors opened, they recognized it was meant to be! 

  • We completed 4 hours of intense security training in mid-October. We learned, we listened, we asked relevant questions about our space and situations, and we practiced with our "go buckets". I am so proud of this team - we built confidence and became more empowered with the training. 

  • We have completed a successful sports season; both girls' volleyball and cross country competed well and thrived in an unprecedented sports environment within our leagues. 

Oakhill has also experienced some figurative "losses" this 20/21 school year, as well.

  • We had to say farewell to several faculty and staff members this school year due to COVID-related concerns. Although it was hard to say goodbye, I am grateful for the time we all spent together over the years. What is the saying, "Don't be sad because something came to an end...be happy that it happened at all".

  • We also lost 91 students from last year. Students are like family; therefore, the reality of having a child or family not return (regardless of reason) is heartbreaking. 

  • The loss of students directly impacted Oakhill's revenue creating a significant deficit in this year's operating budget. We trimmed expenses everywhere we could for the 20/21 school year without touching curriculum, student programming, and teachers.

Oakhill is now seizing every opportunity to increase our wins despite our losses. 

  • Because we have experienced growth each year for the past 14 years, we are currently built for 400+ students. With the reality of having approximately 300 current students in 21/22, we must have a plan to "right size" our personnel. This will be directly impacted by enrollment for 21/22; the sooner we know how many students are returning, the better we can plan. Historical trends will help us determine the approximate number of new students for the 21/22 school year.

  • We will be sharing a new re-enrollment timeline with the community in the next couple of weeks. This new timeline will hopefully accelerate commitments for the 21/22 school year giving us the opportunity to staff appropriately as we "right size".

  • We will now offer merit scholarships - an opportunity to attract more students in grades 4-8.

  • We are excited to implement new innovative programming in August including an innovative, personalized high school experience, a parents day out option for early childhood, and a flex experience focused on virtual education and flexible scheduling. 

  • We will offer an in-person high school experience this January to supplement their district's workload. This will allow for socialization, collaboration and augmented curriculum. 

Many businesses across the metro are asking the community to shop local... buy local... support small business. We, too, are asking this community to continue to support Oakhill. Share our excellence in education. Market our strong partnership. Tell the Oakhill story - 74 years of character education through our Lifeskills program. 74 years of teachers who know our students well. 74 years of finding the best in each student. 74 years of serving our mission - Oakhill Day School is a community where students are known, valued, and inspired to be their best selves. 

We have weathered the 2020 storm, and we are strong and resilient! We are strategic and innovative. We will continue to create "wins"! We will continue to look for opportunities! We will continue to provide a relevant and rigorous education to our students. We will continue to partner with our parents! 

There are some things you learn best in calm... and some in storms! I have learned how special we are - again and again! 

Always grateful and determined,

Suzanne

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Download the ODS App!

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new school app. It is FREE for you to download and is part of our commitment to communicate with parents, delivering the school’s latest news, events, push notifications and much, much more.

The app can be used on smartphones and tablet devices running iOS or Android, and can be downloaded from the Apple App Store and Google Play.

Download from the App Store

Download from Google Play

To download, click on one of the links above to go directly to your preferred App Store. Open the app, follow the prompts and you’re ready to go. We hope you find our new app useful. If you have any questions please call 816.436.6228 or email.

Thank you to Kansas City Credit Union for making the App possible for Oakhill! The support of you and our other Community Partners is huge, especially in this COVID year. Communication is important and you have afforded us the opportunity to improve how we connect with our Oakhill families.

Check out Kansas City Credit Union!

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New Financial Assistance Program

Your Oakhill Admissions Office is excited to launch a new program to help families with Financial Assistance.

Oakhill awards over $250,000 in financial assistance each school year. Any family may apply and unlike loans, the recipient is not required to pay back these funds. Financial awards are a reduction in tuition fees. Financial Assistance applications must be completed new each year.

For the upcoming school year, Oakhill is working with FACTS to process assistance applications. FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment will be conducting the financial need analysis for all applicants. Families applying for financial aid will need to complete an online application and submit the necessary supporting documentation to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment. The FACTS program is fully online and can be completed from a computer, phone, or even a tablet.

Our Financial Assistance program consists of three steps:

1. Submit a letter of intent. Letters for the 21-22 School Year are due to your Admissions Office by December 15, 2020, for priority award opportunities.

2. Complete the FACTS application online. Oakhill's FACTS Institution ID# is: 22196. Applications can be submitted after November 2nd for the 21-22 School Year

3. Completion of award paperwork once received from the Admissions Office once award amount is determined.

Oakhill utilizes FACTS for the entry, processing, and calculation of financial information used by The Financial Assistance Committee to determine the need and recommend award amounts. Awards amounts are subject to the availability of funds.

Once an online application has been completed, the following information will need to be sent to FACTS to complete the process. All supporting documentation can be uploaded in pdf or jpeg format online - you can upload a photo from your phone even!

  • Copies of your 2019 Federal tax forms including all supporting tax schedules. 2020 taxes will need to be submitted by 3/1/20.
  • Copies of any supporting documentation.

Are you a new family looking at Oakhill for the 21-22 School Year? Contact our Admissions Office for more information on Financial Assistance and Enrollment!

If you have questions or concerns about the application process, you may always contact the Admissions Office or you can even speak with a FACTS Customer Care Representative at 866-441-4637.

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News from the Development Office


It's a busy time in the Development Office!  We are on the road to raising over $400,000 to help Oakhill be strong financially. COVID19 has had a significant financial toll on the school.  This can not be stressed enough.  However, with aggressive strategies and multiple avenues of raising funds, with your help, our goals are achievable! 

There are several ways the Oakhill community can support the school. 

Which one fits you?

The Mighty Oak Fund (replaced the Annual Fund) covers all operating expenses not supported through tuition. (Approximately 20% of our budget). Our goal is to raise $150,000 by July 30, 2021.  So far, we have received $31,150!  Thank you!  Please watch your mail boxes for a special holiday appeal arriving in the next few weeks.  Please consider making Oakhill your charity of choice with a gift this upcoming holiday season.  

Make Your Gift!

Community Partnerships provide a way for organizations to support the school and participate in our events while being promoted through our Oakhill marketing channels.  Several levels of sponsorships are available to meet any budget. Our goal is to raise $30,000 through Community Partnerships by July 30, 3021.  So far, we have raised $13,000.

Become a Community Partner!

Event Sponsorships are a way for you to support the school's mission and the families we serve, and let's be honest.  Oakhill events are a blast!  We are already accepting silent and live auction items for the Black & Teal Ball.  We have special plans in the works.  Our goal this year is $160,000 and we already have some sponsorships sold!  

And for you golfers, our first annual Helen Wills Golf Tournament is scheduled for June 10, 2021.  We have several sponsorship levels sold, but many are still available.  Our goal is to raise $60,000.  We can do it!

Major Gifts are a way for you to have a meaningful and significant impact on the school and our students.  Suzanne and I welcome the opportunity to sit down with you and have a thoughtful conversation about what that would look like for you and your family. Our goal is to raise $300,000 through major gifts for Oakhill.  We just received our first major gift of $10,000 from the Roderick & Jo Ann Cyr Foundation because they are so impressed with the quality of our leadership, our programs, and our students!

As you can see, if everyone does their part, if 100% of our families participate, we CAN achieve our goals.  We will beat COVID19 and ensure the school is stronger than ever -- now and for future generations of Oakhill students.


Thank you!  Thank you!  Thank you!

Special gratitude to our Community Partners:

Kansas City Credit Union - Platinum Sponsor for the Black and Teal Ball and golf sponsor

CEK Insurance - Silver sponsor for the Black and Teal Ball, and a Diamond sponsor for the Helen Wills Golf Tournament 
Security Bank - Community Partnership
Hollis & Miller - Diamond sponsor for golf
Signature Mortgage - Community Partnership and a hole sponsor for golf
Central Bank - Community Partnership
Gregg Engineering - Community Partnership and Swag sponsor for Golf
Clayton Apartments - Community Partnership and Hole-in-One sponsor for Golf
Gladstone Dodge - Hole-in-One sponsor for Golf
Pour Boy Oil Co. - Community Partnership
Corner Cafe - Community Partnership and Silver Sponsor for the Black and Teal Ball

Warm welcome to William Jewell College, our newest Community Partner!

Thank you!

If you are interested in purchasing a customized Community Partnership, or a sponsorship for one of our fabulous events, please call Leslie Gasser in the Development Office (816) 436-6228.  


The 2019-2020 Annual Report is live and ready to view.  This year, the Annual Report is 100% digital to save printing and postage expenses. 

Please enjoy this look-back of the previous year.  


The Mighty Oak Fund campaign is well underway! Sincere gratitude and thanks to these special, generous donors who have already made gifts to the Mighty Oak Fund:

Kathryn & Richard Dodson

Leecil & Kendall Culbertson

Bob & Jan Peterson

James Bartholomew

Barry Yantis

Stephen & Angela Tatum-Smith

Dan & Mary Lee Sturdevant

Larry & Sharon Blount

Terri Ferris

The Gasser Family

Kristin & Dan Smith

Kathy Trager

Darlene O'Dell

Ben & Elinore Brown

Amy Ganaden

Don & Deana Mason

Jerry & Lynna McManus

Bob & Gola McDonald

Bren & Leslie Rose

Ron & Sandy Diven

Eddie & Ellen Upton

Daryl & Julie Hercules

Linda & Jeff Hurst

Carol & Ronald Giddens

Brad & Claudia Feaster

Ron Gregg & Michelle Dew

An Le & Tan Nguyen

Elizabeth & Paul Anderson

Sharyl Kennedy & Robert Fritsch

Ann & Forest Bertoldie

Scott Parker

Jeff & Courtney Johnson

Linda Kramer

Jian Liu & Lin Zhao

Ryan & Kay Gerstner

Ed & Judie Koza

Laraine Walters

Helen Saylor-Kimes & Gary Kimes

Dan & Barb Navarro

Tim & Leah Chapman

Jay & Marta Kimball

Josh & Shannon Smith

Mary Kay Duensing-Lofland

Sue Martin

Suzanne & Kevin McCanles

Thank you!


Black & Teal Ball

We are accepting auction items for the Black & Teal Ball. Please contact the Development Office at (816) 436-6228 for details and to join the auction committee.

Donate an Item


Thank you!

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Stretching Your Tuition Dollars

COVID-19 has presented hardships for families that maybe were not there just a year ago. We want to support our families to keep our amazing students here, even through hardships. There are so many opportunities available to help families pay their tuition at Oakhill. From referring Oakhill to friends and family to applying for a private loan, there are a variety of ways to make your tuition dollars go farther.

Here are some of those opportunities:

  • Early Pay Discount
  • Merit Scholarships
  • Referrals
  • MOST 529 Plan
  • FACTS Financial Assistance
  • Sallie Mae Family Education Loans

Early Pay Discount

Did you know that you can pay your Tuition for one or multiple children and receive an early pay discount? If it works for your family to pay one payment, you can receive a discount off your tuition. Families also have the opportunity to make two payments at a discounted rate. Both of these early pay discounts are available on your tuition after the deposit is paid. More information will be coming on the discounted amount in November for the 21-22 School Year!

Merit Scholarships

NEW FOR 21-22 SCHOOL YEAR! Oakhill Merit Scholarships are available to incoming students third-eighth grade students and renewable each year through 8th grade. Financial need is not a consideration to receive a Merit Scholarship. Criteria for award distribution varies depending on grade level and enrollment status. Merit Scholarships vary in amount.

Families who would like to have a student(s) considered for a Merit Scholarship should complete the attached form. The Admissions Office will reach out at that time with more information. Merit Scholarships are available for both current and prospective families!

Referrals

We know that great families know great families. Oakhill families are great families who value education. Our hope is that you share Oakhill with people in your lives who value education as much as you do, and we want to reward you for sharing your school!

How it works:
If we enroll a 5 full-day student that your family referred, you will receive a $500 credit on your account! In addition to the $500 credit for a 5 full-day signed contract ($50 per half-day enrolled), we will track all referrals this school year rewarding those families with the most contacts which come to fruition.

Click here for more information on Oakhill's referral program.

Making the MOST 529 Plan Work for You

Did you know that you can use the MOST 529 Savings Program towards tuition at Oakhill Day School for kindergarten through eighth-grade?

MOST, Missouri's 529 Savings Program, is a "backup plan" to grants and scholarships, derived from the 529 revenue code. There is no minimum to start a 529 account and families with a 529 plan have the ability to save on taxes.

The best part of the program... there are no age, length of time, or income limitations! You could even open an account for yourself if you have plans to go back to school! And this account is a pre-tax way to cover some of your tuition costs each year that your child is an Oakhill student in kindergarten through eighth-grade.

For more information on the MOST 529 program, download their updated brochure, or visit their website at most529.com.

FACTS Financial Assistance

Oakhill awards over $250,000 in financial assistance each school year. Any family may apply and unlike loans, the recipient is not required to pay back these funds. Financial awards are a reduction in tuition fees. Financial Assistance applications must be completed new each year.

For the upcoming school year, Oakhill is working with FACTS to process assistance applications. FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment will be conducting the financial need analysis for all applicants. Families applying for financial aid will need to complete an online application and submit the necessary supporting documentation to FACTS Grant & Aid Assessment. The FACTS program is fully online and can be completed from a computer, phone, or even a tablet.

Applications can be submitted November 2 through January 29 for the 21-22 School Year and initial awards will be determined by February 15, 2021.

*Oakhill utilizes FAST (Financial Assistance for School Tuition) for the entry, processing, and calculation of financial information used by The Financial Assistance Committee to determine the need and recommend award amounts. Awards amounts are subject to the availability of funds.

Sallie Mae

The K–12 Family Education Loan goes beyond financial aid, personal savings, or traditional payment plans. This program is available for student in private schools and kindergarten through 12th grade.

The K-12 Family Education Loan offers competitive interest rates. There is no application fee or repayment fees, including the ability to pay off your loan early without penalties. The easy online application only takes about 15 minutes to get a credit result. Sallie Mae offers 3-year repayment terms.

For more information on the Sallie Mae K-12 Family Education Loan, visit their website at SallieMae.com/K12.

 

If you have any questions about these opportunities or would like more information, please don't hesitate to reach out - contact the Admissions Office today!

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2020 - 2021 Intermediate/Middle School Basketball Information/Online Spirit Wear Shop (includes Cheer)

Welcome back for another year of Oakhill Panther 5th - 8th grade basketball! We are excited at the opportunity we have to offer basketball for our students this winter. With basketball season beginning soon, below are some details regarding the upcoming winter season as we get closer to the start of practices.

The intermediate and middle school basketball program (5th - 8th) participates in the Metropolitan Private School League (MPSL). The MPSL has about about 8 schools that participate in the basketball program each winter. At this time, the league will be without the following schools this season due to Covid-19; Seabury Academy, St. Paul's, Hyman Brand, and Brookside Charter. Currently, each of those schools has chosen not to participate. With that said, we may have a smaller group of schools to compete against within our league than in years past. Coach Smith, along with the other Athletic Directors in the league are currently working to get a schedule put together for the season. Once the schedule is finalized, it will be added to the athletic calendar and shared with the participants. We are looking forward to a great winter of Panther basketball!

If you have any questions regarding the upcoming season please don't hesitate to email Coach Smith @ Kellen.Smith@oakhilldayschool.org

 

Practice/Coach Information:

1st Practice: Monday, November 16th

Practice Days: Monday/Wednesday/Thursday (subject to change)

Practice Times: All practices are held in the Oakhill Gymnasium

  • 5th - 8th Girls (3:45pm - 5:15pm)

  • 5th - 8th Boys (6:00pm - 7:30pm)

  • Click Here to View Athletic Calendar - Practices have been added, games will be added when the schedule is complete

Coaching:

  • 5th - 8th Boys (Bill Stutz/Kevin Phillips)

  • 5th - 8th Girls (George Ferris/TBD)

 

Oakhill Athletic Department COVID-19 Guidelines/Plan 

  • Covid-19 policies/procedures for the winter season will be made available soon.

  • Participants will receive a copy of the Oakhill Athletics COVID-19 policies/procedures for the Winter 2020 - 2021 season.

  • Please Note: Due to Covid-19 policies, parents will not be able to come into the gym during practice. The gym will be limited to student-athletes, coaches, and admin. during this time.

 

Important Information:

  • Pick-up from Practice/Carline: With parents unable to come into the gym and pick up their child from practice this winter, a new pick-up procedure has been put in place. You may pick your child up from practice in what is referred to as the 3rd-grade car line on the north side of the main campus building. Please note, if your child is picked up late from the practice you will be subject to the athletic late fee pick-up policy covered in the school handbook. Further details regarding pick-up procedures will be sent out to the participants and their families.
  • Remote Learning Students: Students involved in remote learning who wish to participate in after school activities or athletics must get approval from the Head of School/Department Head.

  • Required Form - the form attached below must be completed and on file with SchoolDoc before your student will be allowed to participate in 4th - 8th-grade athletics. Click the link below to access. - Sports Physical Document - Click Here to Open

  • 5th-grade girls basketball players released from school @ 3:20 pm will be walked over to the Main Building at the conclusion of the school day. Prior to walking over for practice daily, each athlete will have their temperature taken.

  • 6th - 8th-grade girls basketball players will be walked over for practice @ 3:40 pm. Prior to walking over for practice daily, each athlete will have their temperature taken.

  • 5th - 8th Grade Boys Basketball Players: With practices beginning at 6:00 pm, we ask that athletes not be dropped off for practice prior to 5:55 pm. Players will not be allowed to enter the gym until a coach arrives and is able to check their temperatures as they enter the gym.
     
  • Oakhill Mask Policy: With the start of the season still a few weeks away, we are in the process of finalizing the policies/protocols for the upcoming winter season. At this time, Coach Smith is in communication with other Athletic Directors in the league working to put together standard protocol/procedures for games this winter. More information will be made available once final decisions have been made. 

 

Online Athletic Registration:

Basketball/Cheerleading - Online Spirit Wear Shop Now Available! - ORDER TODAY!

Winter Sports Spirit Wear Order Links: New this winter, online ordering for basketball and cheerleading spirit wear orders. Below you will find links to each of our online basketball and cheerleading spirit wear stores. Orders may be placed online via each link. Please email Amy Potts in the Mercantile Shop @ Amy.Potts@oakhilldayschool.org if you have any questions regarding your order.

Thanks for your support of Oakhill Athletics! We are excited and looking forward to a great season of Panther Basketball!
 

GO PANTHERS!
 

Kellen Smith (Athletic Coordinator)


 


 



 
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Winter Weather Reminders

With the looming possibility of winter weather in the coming days, we'd like to take a minute to remind you of Oakhill's procedures for inclement/winter weather.

Snow/Ice Days

It is Oakhill's intent to conduct school on campus each day of the current school calendar unless inclement weather prohibits safe travel to and from the school building. Once we are in school we will remain in school according to the full-day schedule. Kids' Club and after school classes and clubs will continue as planned unless notified otherwise. Evening events will not automatically be canceled. Please watch the website for information regarding evening program cancellations. Snow and ice days are not made up throughout the year, nor are credits given for lunches.

Parents ultimately make the final decision on your student's school attendance. If in your judgment you do not feel safe transporting your student(s) to school, you have the right not to. In that event, please contact the school to let us know your student(s) will not be attending. As a parent, you also have the right to sign your student(s) out early due to weather conditions.

When inclement weather is predicted, suspected or imminent, the following procedures will be implemented.

  • During inclement weather, it is best to check in this order: 1) check the website; 2) call the school at 816-436-6228; 3) Check Facebook /Twitter; and 4) watch the morning news stations, prior to leaving home if you have a long drive and doubt whether school will be open.
  • Every effort is made to call off school as early as possible. Snow days will be called by the Head of School with the safety of students, parents, and its employees as the number one priority. Although we will not follow North Kansas City, Liberty, and Park Hill closing, their decision to close will be a factor as the decision is being made.
  • There may be days we have a delayed start time to allow road conditions to improve. Always check the website or call the school to be aware of such a delay. In such an instance, car line will run during the following times:  
    • 9:40-10:00 for Lower School and Intermediate (grades K-5)
    • 10:00-10:20 - for Early Childhood and Middle School (grades Pretoddler to Prekindergarten and Grades 6-8).
    • AM Kids' Club will not be available before a late start  

Days when snow is on the ground and school is in session: Please send snow gear – boots, snow pants, coats, gloves etc. for the recess and gym time on a day in which the temperature and conditions allow for fun in the snow.

Other School Closures

There are times when it is not safe to have students at the physical building. Such events include, but are not limited to, epidemics, pandemics, state-mandated closures, loss of power, or other unforeseen incidents (Acts of God) that occur to prevent us from using the building. During these times, Oakhill Day School may need to close the facilities until it can be safely re-opened.

Oakhill Day School reserves the right to alter the school calendar or switch to our distance learning plan during prolonged school building closures with no remission of tuition fees.  

Stay warm... winter weather is here!

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Why choose an independent private education?

By choosing an independent private education, you have the opportunity to choose a school whose philosophy, values, and teaching style fit your child. Independent private schools can also offer your family small class sizes, excellent teachers, and high academic standards.

Oakhill Day School is a place where children discover themselves as learners in a community where they feel valued and known. We invite you to learn more about the active learning that happens here!

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