Oakwood Academy Schools
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Frequently Asked Questions

It’s our goal to make your life easier by keeping you as informed as possible. We’ve compiled a list of some of the most frequently asked questions so you can access important information quickly and efficiently. If you have additional questions, be sure to contact us with your concerns.

How many students attend Oakwood Academy Schools?

We are licensed to serve 475 students among our four locations.

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What is your class size?

Our class size is 12 or fewer for preschool and 24 or fewer for kindergarten through 5th grade.

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What are your teachers' qualifications?

Preschool teachers have early childhood education certificates. Elementary teachers have teaching credentials.

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Where do students go when they graduate from your school?

Our students transfer to public schools, Christian schools, or other private schools. Our students are regularly accepted into honors programs and have been well prepared for their classes.

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Do you require uniforms?

Oakwood Academy Elementary requires students to wear uniforms during the school year. Students attending for winter, spring, or summer break do not need to wear uniforms but are required to follow a dress code.

We do not require uniforms for Oakwood Academy Preschool, Oak Tree Academy, or Creative Day Academy. Students are still required to follow a dress code. 

All students at our four locations wear school vests on field trips.

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Do children attend your school with different religious beliefs?

We accept students from all faiths. Oakwood Academy Schools does not discriminate on the basis of race, religion, or creed.

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How do your test scores compare to the public schools' scores?

Because we do not give the same achievement test as the public schools, we cannot make a direct comparison. However, we do test our students (grades 1–5) every spring. 

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