Project-based collaborative learning with engaging hands-on experiences
Low student-to-teacher ratios (an average of 6 to 1)
Empirically-based direct instruction methods (Click here to learn more about our founder’s research and experience)
Differentiated teaching methods to meet individual needs and achieve behavioral and academic goals
Interdisciplinary small group instruction to help students advance at a pace best suited to their needs and continued academic growth
The high school program provides engaging and interactive instruction to students in 9th through 12th grades. Core curriculum in reading/language arts, math, science, social studies and Spanish is taught by engaging and experienced teachers. We strive to integrate project-based learning and cross-curricular studies throughout multiple experiences and courses during the day. Students benefit from small class sizes where they receive personalized attention and guidance when needed. They also enjoy classes in art, music, and physical education. This holistic approach to presenting material allows students to grasp the concept being learned in meaningful and effective ways, leading to higher levels of critical thinking and application.
High school and middle school students participate in elections for student leadership. Students practice writing speeches, supporting the campaign efforts of others, and public speaking skills while presenting in front of their peers. Our Student Leadership Team is an afterschool club comprised of those students who wish to make their voices heard and have an impact on our school community.
Throughout the year, Oakstone students learn about exciting careers through enrichment opportunities and school field trips. Click here to for a list of eye-opening experiences our students have enjoyed on our field trip page.