In a Nutshell Blog
The butterfly garden can be a place of extremes. One week the soil can be dry; the next week it can be under 5 cm of water.
As the rain falls, it can either seep into the soil or run off to a lower point. We often design human areas to …
The final week of May brought rain after weeks of fairly dry weather. Four species of plants are blooming in the butterfly garden. Let's take a look!
We have nine Copper Iris plants in the butterfly garden. Each one can produce multiple flowers. Only one of the Copper Iris plants produced a single flower in 2019; it was destroyed in a rainstorm within 24 hours.
Oakhill Summer Days are officially over! Were you part of the fun? Check out everything we did in this quick wrap-up!
Over the course of 9 weeks, we had 60 camps for grades 1-8 and 3 early childhood camps a week!
We averaged 86 campers per week this …
On June 23, 2017, three of Oakhill's incoming eighth graders spent the day shadowing Henderson Engineers in Lenexa, Kansas. Below is an article written by Henderson's Communications Manager, Tyler Koonce, on the event. We are proud of our students …
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