Oak Knoll Voices

Eve ’24: What sparks your curiosity? Oak Knoll wants to hear about it.

I joined the Oak Knoll community in my first year of high school, and since, I have found myself as the Academic Council president, co-president of our Green team, co-founder of the Paddle Tennis club, co-editor of the French newsletter, and Varsity Volleyball captain. However, it is not these titles that I personally thank Oak Knoll for – it is what has been fostered in between — the intellectually curious, positive, enthusiastic, reflective, funny individual I and others have come to understand myself as.

Nesa ’24: The supportive and academically challenging community is what truly drew me to Oak Knoll.

Oak Knoll senior Nesa Shamdasani ’24 joined the school as a freshman after attending public school in Little Falls, NJ. Though her commute by train can take well over an hour one way, she said, “It is a decision I will never regret. My family and I strongly believe in getting a good education in a community of like-minded people in order to succeed. The supportive and academically challenging community is what truly drew me to Oak Knoll. Once I set foot on the campus, I knew Oak Knoll was my first choice.”

Aureliana Basso-Wiideman ’26: There’s a place for you everywhere at Oak Knoll

Aureliana Basso-Wiideman ’26 is so passionate about Oak Knoll she’s willing to cross the Hudson River to get here. Originally a New Yorker, her family moved to New Jersey when she was in grade 2, and she enrolled in the Oak Knoll Lower School. After 8 years, she learned they would return to the city. […]

Amelia Pace ’25: I’ve found this amazing community.

Amelia Pace ’25 joined Oak Knoll in grade 7 after attending a Catholic Lower School in Morristown. Her parents were eager to enroll her in an all-girls Catholic high school, and she says, “After touring Oak Knoll, I knew it was the place for me.” Pace officially joined the student ambassador team in grade 9 […]

Remote Learning Day
Tuesday, February 13, 2024

Due to the weather forecast and winter storm warning, Oak Knoll School’s campus will be closed on Tuesday, February 13, 2024, and will operate on a virtual learning schedule.

Upper School runs from 8:10 to 12:30. Students should check their email from Mrs. McGroarty for more information.

Lower School students in PreK to grade 2 brought home materials from teachers for optional review and enrichment and may also log in to Clever to access all learning apps. Teachers of students in grades 3-6 will post snow day assignments on the Homework grid on Clever by noon.

All after-school activities have been canceled.