OAK HILL SCHOOL!
Located on a beautiful 72 acre campus in the southern reaches of the Willamette Valley, Oak Hill School is an independent, non-profit, non-religious day school serving students PK through grade 12.
Founded in 1994 as a college preparatory institution, the school currently has an enrollment of 200 students.
Through more than twenty-five years of growth and change, OHS has maintained the highest of academic standards, its commitment to excellence, and kept true to its mission of creating curious, caring, and responsible critical thinkers.
A First Class Education, Beneath the Tall Trees
What Makes Oak Hill Special?
Oak Hill School prides itself on high academic ideals, standards, and expectations.
We nurture bright, caring, curious and critical thinkers.
Our students are ready to go out an explore the world.
Atop these scholastic foundations, we build an appreciation of arts, humanities, and creativity. Three foreign languages are taught: K -12 (Mandarin, French, and Spanish).
Every student has P.E. every day.
There are intensive art electives, jazz and rock bands, theatre and public speaking classes for our Lower School students, tech classes and an Outdoor Pursuits Program that challenges students in ways they did not believe possible.
Oak Hill School strives to paint students in 3 dimensions.
Our goal at Oak Hill School is to create a vibrant and dynamic educational community, united by the values of respect, compassion, communication, empathy, and tolerance. Students, faculty and families realize the importance of a culturally diverse population and we seek to embrace everyone.
Each year, OHS welcomes international exchange students, guest teachers, and artists-in-residence from such varied countries as Thailand, China, South Korea, Vietnam, Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Malaysia, and Russia. For the most part, these international guests live with host Oak Hill families where they are helped to learn conversational English and American customs. In class, the international students are integrated members of the student body.
This social and educational exchange is a richly rewarding experience for all. OHS students gain an understanding, respect and appreciation for the many different neighborhoods of the global community. They learn to recognize the differences, but more importantly, they gain the opportunity to see with their own eyes how very alike students are the world over. We want all our students to graduate from Oak Hill poised and prepared to become global citizens.
"This is my school. I love it here. The teachers are nice and smart and they teach me neat things. They make us work hard but it's fun to learn. Learning is my favorite thing. I get to learn new things every day..."
-Ruby P., class of 2031