During this unprecedented time, The Oakridge School campus is temporarily closed, but our community is alive and well. Our students continue to learn through a dynamic, outstanding faculty who is providing world-class distance learning. The work of the Admissions Office continues, too, as we are still accepting applications for the 2020-2021 school year. 

The Admissions team is ready to connect with your family and help you learn about Oakridge’s challenging educational program that emphasizes the total development of each child, encompassing intellectual and social skills as well as cultural, emotional, and physical development, thus preparing 100-percent of our students for higher education and life. 

To learn more about our school, please explore the following options that are listed below and click the link below to have an admissions staff member contact you to schedule. 

 

We are eager to help! The Oakridge School’s desire is to get to know each family, their story, any specific circumstances, and work with them to help determine fit for their family. Prospective families who would like to ask questions about the school should email Daphne McCleery or click here to schedule your call with Amy Wilson, Director of Admissions. For a general overview, please take a quick look at our view book below. 


 
If you and your family would like to connect face-to-face, let’s schedule a Zoom! Please email Daphne McCleery or click here to schedule your meeting. We can even schedule Zoom Shadow Visits for prospective students in some grade levels
 
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If your family would like to visit our campus, without having to leave the comfort and safety of your home, we can arrange that! Director of Admissions, Amy Wilson, will narrate a campus tour via Zoom, allow you to ask questions, and share stories about our academic, fine arts, and athletic programs, and our community. Below is a campus overview and virtual tours of our division-specific schools. Our Lower School tour is COMING SOON!! 
 
Campus Overview
 
Early Childhood Center 
 
Middle School
 
Upper School

 


 

Grab some popcorn, sit back, and let the people of Oakridge tell you about our school and community. If a picture is worth a thousand words, then these videos will really speak to you. MORE TO COME SOON!

 

 


Is there someone in our community that you would benefit from talking to? Maybe it is a current parent who lives in your part of town or one with children of similar ages? Maybe it is a specific coach or teacher? Maybe it’s even a current student or alumnus? If  you would like to be contacted by someone in the Oakridge community, please click here. We will be happy to help pair you with the right person.


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, ext. 2711, or by email.

 

Admissions Team

Director of Admissions
Amy Wilson '92

Admissions Assistant
Daphne McCleery

Community Engagement Coordinator
Nadia DiStefano

Database Specialist/ International Student Liaison
Karen Messer

 

 

 
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