Q&A: Dr. Melissa Maskery, Assistant Athletic Director/Athletic Trainer

Actions is a new editorial feature from Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child. Each week we will spotlight the dedicated faculty and staff across the PK-12 campus who make a difference in the lives [...]

Pilot Program Encourages Students to Become Leaders for Change

Ten OKS seniors and seven members of the junior class are fostering skills and gaining confidence to become effective leaders of today in a globalized world.

Field Hockey Team Clinches NJSIAA Central East E Championship

Oak Knoll’s Field Hockey team (NJ.com’s No. 1 seed) dominated the NJSIAA Central East E Championship last weekend, winning over long-time, local rival Kent Place (NJ.com’s no. 2 seed) in a 3-0 [...]

Oak Knoll junior earns first place in all-day Hackathon

Oak Knoll School junior Paula Sefia ’22 channeled her coding skills earlier this month and seized first place in Kent Place’s first-ever Hackathon, designed to inspire students, especially girls, [...]

Q&A: Rose Puleo R.N. & Danielle Peckham R.N.

Actions is a new editorial feature from Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child. Each week we will spotlight the dedicated faculty and staff across the PK-12 campus who make a difference in the lives [...]

Oak Knoll School Community Gives Back During Thanksgiving Season

Giving back to those most in need occurs year round within the Oak Knoll School community and Thanksgiving is no exception. This Thanksgiving the Upper School collected donations and raised $500 [...]

Advantage Oak Knoll: Tennis Team Scoops NJSIAA Regional Championship

Oak Knoll’s tennis team recently defeated longstanding rival Kent Place in the girls' NJSIAA Regional Tennis Championships (Central East Region Group E) seizing the title for the first time since [...]

New Social – Emotional Curriculum Focuses on Building Strong Character, One Step at a Time

A brand new social and emotional character building curriculum is buzzing throughout Oak Knoll’s Lower School PK-6 classrooms this year, in efforts to teach students how to build important [...]

11 Oak Knoll seniors sign letters of intent to continue athletics in college

Eleven members of the Class of 2021 from Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child continued their commitment to athletic competition at the collegiate level by signing National Letters of Intent, or in [...]