Although the Building is Closed... School is in Session!
Oakhill Day School is taking all precautions to prevent the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19). The safety and well-being of our community (and the greater local and regional community) is our top priority.
Starting Monday, March 23, Oakhill will conduct all classes virtually and all Admissions tours will also be held virtually, Monday-Friday, until we return to campus tentatively on Monday, April 27. Please contact Dorothy Beckham, Director of Admissions and Financial Assistance with questions about enrollment for the 2020-2021 school year.
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Updates are being provided to the Oakhill community via our Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates Webpage. We plan to add all updates to this page so that all information is in one centralized location.
In a Nutshell Blog
In Kindergarten we’ve been talking about all the different uses for corn...it’s not just for eating! Did you know there is corn in certain kinds of makeup and gasoline?
On Monday we enjoyed homemade cornbread with butter and …
Ms. Parker and Mrs. Forsen's second grade classes have been exploring bats and integrating their findings into their daily lessons and projects. Bat Day started with an investigation into nonfiction text. The students helped to create a class…
Exploring Matter/Mass with Mr. Fernandez
The 5th-grade science classes explored the Law of Conservation of Matter/Mass by popping popcorn. To start the experiment, each student measured a portion of the oil and added it to the popcorn kernels …
Oakhill is proud to support National Higher Education Day. National Higher Education Day is celebrated on June 6 and is meant to motivate and inspire students to pursue higher education to help increase the number of students who graduate with a …
It's Graduation Day!
Celebrate all you've achieved.
This year's accomplishments,
are more than believed.
Mrs. G gave Sam and I speeches from past graduations to inspire us. And I kept reading through them thinking, that was a ……
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