Early Childhood

We are dedicated to providing a child-centered environment where children learn with joy.
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Elementary School

Students develop higher level thinking skills, and become independent, self-directed, joyful learners.
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Middle School

We challenge students to become critical thinkers and problem-solvers, and to experience the joy of life-long learning.
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High School

Students advance within a rigorous academic core, while also developing intellectual maturity, self-confidence, and strong character.
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Oakwood High School Student Demonstrates Outstanding Academic Promise as Semifinalist in the National Merit Scholarship Program

Claire M. was featured in the Morgan Hill Times for qualifying as a semifinalist in the 2018 National Merit Scholarship Program. Out of approximately 1.6 million applicants, only the highest-achieving students on the qualifying test from each state move forward to this level of the competition. As a semifinalist, Claire is now a step closer to becoming a Merit Scholar. The winners will be announced in February 2018.

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Oakwood Student to Address Congress as a Member of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation

Nikhita G. was a guest columnist in the latest issue of Morgan Hill Life in which she shares her experience with type 1 diabetes and her efforts to increase funding for research. In just a few weeks she will be one of five Bay Area teens headed to Washington D.C. to meet with their two U.S. senators and at least one member of Congress to talk about renewing $150 million in federal funding to find a cure for the disease.

Nikhita is part of Oakwood's speech and debate team and has been a recipient of awards for her public speaking. It's wonderful to see her taking those skills to make a positive change in the world. We wish her and fellow members of the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation the best as they travel to D.C. to address congress.

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Oakwood High School Club Raises Funds for Local Cancer Patients

Oakwood High School's Healing Humanity Club wrapped up their year-long weekly fundraising efforts by traveling to Palo Alto to present Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford with the club's yearly donation.

The club raised $426 for the Children's Fund, which provides support to families who would otherwise be unable to pay for their child's medical care. To date, the club has donated over $4,500 to the Children's Fund. The club also raised $928 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society through the annual school-wide coin drive.

The Healing Humanity Club's mission is to raise monetary funds for local pediatric cancer patients and volunteer at local hospitals. The two club founders, Roxanne and Talia, also brought along next year's presidents for a meeting with the club's Lucile Packard representative to begin planning next year's events.

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Celebrating the Kindergarten Class of 2017

Oakwood families and friends gathered for a promotion celebration for our kindergartners. The kindergarten teachers said some touching and poignant words about their students and showed a tear-producing videos of all of the amazing things the Kindergarteners did this year. The students then performed two songs, one in Spanish about the sounds animals make, and one in English about how great their year was and how excited they are to be moving on to Elementary. We are so proud of these students who have grown leaps and bounds this year. First grade here they come!

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  • We learn with our heads and our hearts.
  • Our playfulness knows no bounds.
  • Math unleashes our love of numbers.
  • We're at home in the spotlight.
  • We learn with our heads and our hearts.
  • Our playfulness knows no bounds.
  • Math unleashes our love of numbers.
  • We're at home in the spotlight.
  • We learn with our heads and our hearts.