“For students needing to redefine themselves in a place where positive relationships lead to self confidence and motivation, Oak Hill Academy has proven to be the turning point.”
– M. Rodgers, Director of Admission
"Oak Hill Academy was the place I was able to find myself, and that's what high school should be." – Chris ‘15
"Oak Hill was a good place for me to work on weaknesses and turn them into strengths." – Josh ‘17
"Here, we are all on the same team." – Sam ‘17
"At my old school, I had to be different people at different times; at Oak Hill, I can be myself all the time." – Tsehaye ‘17
"At Oak Hill Academy,nothing, and nobody, is invisible." - Bello ‘15
- With a structured, personal environment where academic AND character growth occurs within a supportive, not punitive approach.
- In small, college-prep classes that address learning styles and engage students at a level they may be missing in their current school.
- By giving students enough responsibility to feel a sense of independence and maturity in a safe, supervised, and motivating setting.
Step 1: To begin, complete the inquiry form below. Our Admission Department will contact you to discuss your goals and your student’s needs to help determine if Oak Hill Academy can be a great fit.
Step 2: If we are encouraged by our initial conversation, move on to complete our streamlined online application found here OR, for a downloadable, printable version, visit here. Please note there are no entrance exam requirements.
Step 3: The most important step is getting to know your student through an interview. Please discuss with our Admission Director to schedule a campus visit at this point ideally, but interviews can also be conducted via Skype or FaceTime by appointment. Campus visits are scheduled individually, as conveniently as possible for the applicant.
Once these steps are completed, the Admission Committee reviews paperwork and interview notes to make an acceptance determination, usually within 24 hours of an interview/visit.
Oak Hill Academy does not discriminate on the basis of religion, race, sex, or geographic origin.
Mike Rodgers ’87
Director of Admissions