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End of School Year 22-23
Suzanne McCanles

As I write, it is Wednesday night, and I am exhausted, but in a good way! The last two weeks of school are challenging - so many events both big and small AND so many big emotions! Everything we worked so hard to build ALL year long now comes to a close - to an end!

Upper School Graduate
Michelle McDaniel

With unwavering determination and a thirst for knowledge, Reece has surpassed expectations and left an indelible mark on our community as she becomes Oakhill's second Upper School graduate!

Students at the end of the school year
Michelle McDaniel

Oakhill Day School celebrates the remarkable journeys its graduating Kindergarten and 8th-grade students have embarked upon. These young graduates have grown not only in stature but also in character, knowledge, and resilience during these pivotal years at Oakhill.

Golf Tournament Info 2023
Sharon Brown

Something new and exciting has been added to this year's Helen Wills Golf Tournament benefitting Oakhill Day School...a Golf Ball Drop! Anyone can participate - you don't have to be registered to play in the tournament or even be a golfer. Simply purchase  a ball...1 - $10, 3 - $25, 5 - $40 online. Only 600 balls are available for purchase. 

Annual Report 2021-2022 Cover
Suzanne McCanles

Today, we are thrilled to introduce you to the 2021-2022 Oakhill Day School Annual Report. This report reflects upon the remarkable accomplishments in fundraising that we achieved together during the previous year. With your unwavering support, we reached or surpassed our fundraising targets, enabling us to enhance the educational experiences of our students and strengthen our school community.

Best of Kansas City 2023
Michelle McDaniel

Don't forget that you have until the 10th of June to vote Oakhill as KC's best Private School and Summer Camp!

Ms. G's End of Year Message
Amy Ganaden

As we come to the end of the school year, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on the progress and growth that your children have made throughout the year. I also have some tips for avoiding the "summer slide."

Host Family Advertisement Thumb
Dorothy Beckham

Faces and Our Cultures is an 8-week cultural exchange program from Guatemala. Each year, Faces sends approximately 175 Guatemalan students ages 10-18 to the United States, into 13 states and 100 schools.

Stitching Change Visits Oakhill
Michelle McDaniel

Ms. Rakmila Shaiza from the Stitching Change visited the Middle School Global Thread Class and was phenomenal! The students asked great questions and could answer many of her questions! She repeatedly mentioned how pleased she was with the student's environmental knowledge. 

Chef teaches students about honey bees
Michelle McDaniel

Chef Justin strikes again, bringing the magic of honey bees to our first-grade class! It has become an incredible tradition at Oakhill Day School, thanks to the incredible support of ODS Food and Beverage staff.

Bottled Worries
Abigail Pavlisin

This quarter I am facilitating several Worry/Anxiety Small Groups with Kindergarten through 4th grade, and it has been such a fun experience. Small groups have so many benefits especially when talking about topics that our kids struggle with. Not only do they learn new strategies to help themselves, but they learn from one another and find comfort in the fact that they are not alone in their worry.


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