Oakridge is more than a school. It is a community of people who share common goals.
As an alumna of The Oakridge School and a current parent of two Owls, I can tell you that this is not simply a place where you come to classes. This is where you learn to think, where you feel safe to explore new opportunities and challenge yourself, where it is “cool” to work hard and achieve great things, and where the diversity of our population allows our students to experience a microcosm of the world in their small classes. It is truly your home away from home, and the relationships that you build here last a lifetime.
The people of Oakridge have invested deeply in me and my family, and we are stronger and better for it. You would experience the same thing. Oakridge is a community of collaborative learners, globally-minded thinkers, respectful and empathetic people, socially-responsible servants, and individuals who care about personal integrity. We are a safe environment to learn, discover, and grow. We provide innovative instructional methods and help our students develop life skills and technological skills. Confidence is built here. This is where your family truly belongs.
At Oakridge, your children will find peers and mentors who will inspire them, challenge them, and support them. They will discover things about themselves that they never knew. They will have unlimited opportunities to participate in athletics and arts, and they will learn to love learning for the sake of learning. Through all of these opportunities and with all of that support, they will find their authentic selves. We don’t just prepare students for college; we prepare them for life.
We are ready to partner with you. Come see why our community and our campus are full of energetic, happy students and families. Come learn why we have alumni from Stanford to MIT and hundreds of colleges in between; why we have 1,600 alumni in a variety of fields living accomplished and productive lives. And come see how we will invest in your children and help them be the best versions of themselves.
Please call me to set up a time to visit. I would love the opportunity to learn more about your family, show you around our campus, meet the people of Oakridge, and help you learn about the impact your family can make here, too.
Amy Wilson ‘92
Director of Admissions
The Oakridge School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, physical disabilities, or national and ethnic origin in the administration of its educational and admissions policies, financial aid, and other school sponsored programs.