Virtually tour the Early Childhood Center, which serves Preschool, Pre-K, and Kindergarten students.
Welcome from our Director of Admissions
2020-2021 ADMISSION CALENDAR
September 10- Coffee Chat
October 15- Coffee Chat
October 23- New Student Application Available Online
November 11- Early Childhood and Lower School Admission Showcase
November 18- Middle School and Upper School Admissions Showcase
December 2- Arts and Athletics Admissions Showcase
Mid-January- Re-Enrollment for Current Students Opens
January 15- Application Deadline for Priority Enrollment
January 22- Admissions Testing- Deadline 1 (Scheduled by Parents with help from Admissions Office)
January 25-29- Interview Week 1 (Scheduled by Divisional Offices)
January 31- Re-Enrollment Contracts and Deposits Due (Current Students)
February 5- Admissions Decision Letters for Preschool Emailed
February 20- Admissions Testing- Deadline 2 (Scheduled by Parents with help from Admissions Office)
February 24-28- Interview Week 2 (Scheduled by Divisional Offices)
March 1- Tuition Assistance Application Due for New & Returning Families (Grades 1-12)
March 12- Admission Decision Letters for Grades PK-11 Emailed
March 15-19- Spring Break
March 26- Enrollment Contracts and Deposits Due (New Students)
May 7- New Family Reception and Information Night
Virtual Campus Tours
Please note that all of the footage in the tours below reflect our classrooms prior to the onset of COVID-19. To see our vibrant campus now, as well as our happy students and amazing teachers, please follow us on social media.
Our Middle School serves students in grades 5-8. This virtual tour gives a glimpse of the spaces that the students enjoy.
Take a virtual tour of the Lower School (LS) at The Oakridge School. The LS serves students in grades 1-4.
The Upper School at Oakridge serves students in grades 9-12. This virtual tour provides a look at the two-story building and other learning spaces utilized by US students.
The Oakridge School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, physical disabilities, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational and admissions policies, financial aid, and other school sponsored programs. The Oakridge School accepted Payroll Protection Program funds from the federal government. For the duration of the loan, in addition to the above protections, The Oakridge School does not discriminate on the basis of age under the Age Discrimination Act of 1975, sex under Title IX of the Education Amendments Act of 1972, or disability under Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. The Title IX Coordinator and the Section 504 Coordinator is Sarah Kramer, Assistant Head of School, who can be reached by phone at (817) 451-4994 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.