Welcome to Oakhill, Camille. Camille is a new student in Mrs. Compton's class.
News and Events
Oakhill's own Mr. Cole presented at the Annual ISACS conference in Columbus, Ohio, last month. He represented Oakhill so well as he passionately spoke to other educators from around the United States about his classroom and living lab here at Oakhill Day School.
Oakhill students prepare for the Winter Program, showing off more than just their voices.
The holidays are in full swing in Mrs. Clark's classroom! She is keeping our littlest learners busy with so many fun and engaging activities.
As part of Oakhill’s commitment to service learning, the National Junior Honor Society chooses three organizations each year to focus their efforts. This year, they have chosen to work with The Don Bosco Center, happybottoms, and A Turning Point because they meet different needs for people all over the Kansas City area, including children, refugees, senior citizens, and the homeless.
While the holidays bring lots of happiness, I also like to acknowledge that the start of this season can be a difficult time for many. While it can be easier said than done, reach out for the support when you need it.
I am thankful I get to come to work each day...to be a part of something so extraordinary...it is truly my second home!
With all of the holiday commitments in December, take a day off to bond with family.
Kids' Club will be offered over Winter Break!
By leveraging the resources, networks, and goodwill of local businesses, Oakhill can create a win-win situation that strengthens community ties, increases visibility, and generates vital financial support.
Oakhill's own Mrs. Verwers presented at the Annual ISACS conference in Colombus, Ohio, last week. She represented Oakhill so well as she passionately spoke to other educators from around the United States about her classroom here at Oakhill Day School.
Huntley Harken was declared the Oakhill Day School Spelling Bee champion on November 14. Fourteen students participated in the school-wide bee and gained important spelling skills as a result.
Learn more about the philosophy behind our lower school athletics program and how we are looking to grow!
In this post, we will explore the meaning of capital giving at independent schools and discuss why it remains crucial for donors to continue making annual gift donations during times of capital campaigns.
Why do Oakhill Athletic Directors do what they do? A glimpse into what makes Oakhill Athletics so special!