The Oakridge Library is the perfect place to read, study or collaborate. The Library hosts a collection of 20,000 print and digital materials including books and databases selected to promote research skills and a love of reading. Log in to the My Oakridge portal to access ebooks and databases.

When school is in session, the Oakridge staff is  available to help with research assignments, to find a great read, or for assistance with the Accelerated Reader Program.TEMPORARY HOURS
Monday - Thursday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Last Friday/Early Dismissal, 7:00 a.m. - 12 p.m.
We miss our library patrons! Please email Mrs. deWinter any time with ebook requests or book recommendations.  Visit here to learn about Distance Learning Resources available through the library.

Library News & Announcements

We have new print and ebooks for the 2020 school year and lots of plans for a fun year in the library!


The University of Texas at Arlington Libraries has administered a call for materials related to the coronavirus crisis for its COVID-19 pandemic archive project.  The Libraries is collecting both digital and physical materials with the intention of adding them to permanent archival collections to document this historical time for the benefit of future generations.

Visiting Authors

Each year, Oakridge welcomes a visiting author, alternating between Lower School and Middle School student interests.

They engage the children in activities, role-playing, and workshops.

Previous visitors have included: Jason Chin, Chris Grabenstein, Nathan Hale, Gordon Korman, James Ponti, Aaron Reynolds, and Sarah Weeks.    

Aaron Reynolds Visits Oakridge