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Student Involvement

Student Council

Middle School

All Oakwood middle school students are invited to participate in our Middle School Council (MSC), a leadership opportunity dedicated to building positive campus culture and cultivating school spirit. Throughout the year, elected MSC members plan socials, dances, and activities for all 6th-8th grade students to enjoy.

High School

Oakwood High School’s student government organization goes beyond the scope of most high schools’ student councils. Student government officers take leadership positions in many of Oakwood’s affairs, including advising the administration, planning the high school’s event calendar and social activities, working with Oakwood’s Parent Service Auxiliary, and managing a substantial budget. Student participants gain significant leadership experience, providing them with real-world skills and powerful evidence of their abilities for use on college applications.

High School Service Learning Program

Oakwood High School’s Service Learning Program includes service to both community and school. While service learning is similar to the concept of community service in that both models involve unpaid work benefiting the community, there are distinct differences. Primary among these is service learning’s integration of the service to the curricular goals of the school and significant reflection upon the impact of service on both student and community. Service learning provides academic, social, and emotional benefits to students, emphasizing civic responsibility, leadership, problem solving, hands-on application of academic ideas, and commitment to the community. 

High School Clubs

Oakwood High School enthusiastically gives students support to form their own student clubs based on their interests and passions. Chartered through the student government, student clubs can range from a few students who share a common enthusiasm to the student activities committee that plans many of the high school’s social events. Oakwood’s student clubs offer students a way to share their individualism with the high school community and receive funding from the student government to plan activities for their classmates. Oakwood High School encourages every student to be involved with at least one student club, as working collaboratively with classmates toward a common goal can be one of the most fulfilling and rewarding of high school experiences.

  • Alphabet Soup
  • Baking Club
  • Creative Writing and Art Club
  • Dance Club
  • Developments in Literacy
  • Dungeons & Dragons Club
  • Future Business Leaders of America
  • Girl Up
  • Girls Who Code
  • Heartbeat Club
  • Interact
  • Investment Club
  • Lebanese Red Cross
  • Medical Club
  • Model UN
  • National Honor Society
  • Neuroscience Club
  • Our Culture Club
  • Song Writing
  • Space Engineering Club
  • Speech and Debate
  • Student Council
  • Wellness Club

French Students Collaboration with La Fondation Frederic Gaillane