Can you picture your child at Oakwood?
The Admissions Office is here to help you answer that very important question. Whether your student is starting school for the very first time, or looking for a college-prep high school, you want the fit to be just right. We applaud you as parents for taking the time to explore your school options and we will partner with you to help you understand the value of an Oakwood education. Your child is your biggest and most important investment. We think you’ll be thrilled to see how life-changing this environment will be for your child.
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Congratulations to our 2018 8th grade class, which was honored at their promotion ceremony in front of friends, family, and the whole Oakwood community. We wish you the best of everything in your future as high school students! Special thank you to the Promotion Committee volunteers!
The Oakwood High School class of 2018 wore their caps and gowns for the first time as part of the First Annual Oakwood Senior Walk! Seniors proudly walked through campus while students, faculty, and staff enthusiastically cheered them on and celebrated their achievements. This was a special moment for graduating seniors and the younger students who look up to them.
Oakwood seventh grade student Ayana W. recently wrote a guest column that was published in the Morgan Hill Life. She writes about the journey to the California Science & Engineering Fair which began at Oakwood back in January. We are so proud of Ayana, who received first place in the biology category at the South Valley Science fair and moved up to the Synopsys Championship where she was awarded first place in the Biological Sciences & Engineering Category. She also won the Isabelle Stone Award for Best Seventh Grade Biological Science Project and was sponsored by the California Botanical Society. Click here to read all about it in the Morgan Hill Life.
Last Saturday, at the CCS Track and Field Semi-Finals Meet, Maryam Moghaddami was presented with the Elgie Bellagio Sportsmanship Award. The award is given to an MTAL athlete displaying exemplary sportsmanship. Elgie was a long time MTAL commissioner and the award is named in his honor.
This year, representatives from the Stevenson School Track & Field had the honor of awarding the Elgie Bellagio Sportsmanship Award. The team noted Maryam's constant positive support of her competitors, her appreciation of the fact that their efforts make her better, and her encouragement for them to improve. All of the athletes were happy and their pleasure is evident in their smiles. This was a successful end to the Track and Field season, indeed.
There is no better investment than surrounding my children with great people who truly want them to succeed in all areas of their life. The best part is watching them achieve that success. Thank you Oakwood!Oakwood Parent
At Oakwood I feel my children are safe and part of community that cares for one another.Oakwood Parent
I appreciate that one of the benefits of Oakwood is the overall lack of distraction to learning. That is a real benefit and allows the students to achieve their best.