At a Glance

 

School Type

 

Independent, college preparatory, non-sectarian, non-profit, co-educational day school for age 3 through grade 12 

Accreditation

Accredited by the Independent Schools Association of the Southwest (ISAS); member of the National Association of Independent Schools (NAIS); Texas Prvate Schools Association; The College Board; and recognized by the Texas Education Agency (TEA).

  

   

Founded

1979

First graduating class – 1985

Alumni - 1,370

Faculty

72 full-time; 16 part-time; 

The majority hold advanced degrees, including 5 with doctorates.

Student : teacher ratio = 10:1

 

 

The 80 seniors in the Class of 2014 earned over $8.9 million in merit based college scholarships. Seven students from the class are competing in college athletics.

 

 

 

The Oakridge School Profile is updated on an annual basis and includes data about the graduating class and a five-year list of college acceptances. 

Tuition 2015-2016

       Grade Levels

       Tuition

Preschool (3 day, MWF)

$7,360

Preschool (5 day)

$11,940

Pre-kindergarten

$11,940

Kindergarten

$13,650

Elementary Grades 1-4

$18,050

Grades 5-8

$19,980

Grades 9-12

$20,690

 

Numbers by Division:
Enrollment
Avg. Class Size
Early Childhood Center (PS, PK and Kindergarten)
    100
       12
Lower School
(Grades 1 - 4)
    190
        16
Middle School
(Grades 5 - 8)
    258
        16
Upper School
(Grades 9-12)
    322
         16

 

Additional Costs

Application/Enrollment Fees (nonrefundable):
Admissions application fee    $75
Admissions testing fee$100

Enrollment deposit

(amount if applying for financial aid)

$750

($100)

Annual financial aid processing fee (only for those families applying for financial aid)$41
Annual international student fee (for students whose enrollment is made possible by the school-issued i-20)$1,000

 

 

 

Grades

Estimated Amount

UniformsPK-12  $200/year
Books   5-12  $400/year avg
Class trips   5-9  $400/year avg
Varsity team trips    9-12  $100/season

 

Financial Aid

Families interested in applying for financial aid should indicate their interest on the Application Form. Oakridge uses the calculations provided by SSS, a third-party, as a starting point in determining the demonstrated need of a family.
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