Nurse Practitioner Does Her Part to Keep Public Healthy

The spark that led Jeanne Horsey ’90 – mother to McCormick Horsey ’20 and Sadie Horsey ’21 – into the health profession, first flickered while working as a volunteer EMT during high school. Even [...]

Seniors Named to Under Armour All-American Lacrosse Team

Two members of Oak Knoll’s Class of 2020 – Keelin Schlageter ’20 and Aine Maseker ’20 – were named to the 2020 Under Armour Senior All-American Lacrosse Team.

Oak Knoll Junior Raises $350K for Leukemia Society

Oak Knoll School junior Haley Meehan ’22, of Morristown, was part of a three-person team named NJ Students of the Year by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.

Ready for Anything: Oak Knoll Unveils Full Day On-Campus, Remote Options for Fall

With so much uncertainty surrounding reopening schools in the fall, one thing is clear: Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child in Summit is ready for anything. After investing more than $600,000 in [...]

Junior Earns Hugh O’Brian Leadership Award

Aria Alva ’22 a rising Oak Knoll Junior from Summit, recently earned The Hugh O’Brian nationwide leadership award from the Hugh O’Brian Youth mission (HOBY) – a national organization that [...]

Born to Run: Junior’s Half Marathon Raises $9K for Children in Guatemala

Olivia O’Malley ’22 turned 16 this month, but instead of collecting the usual presents from family and friends, she asked them to help her raise money for those in need. O’Malley raised nearly [...]

NYC Epidemiologist Battles COVID-19

Dr. Krystina Padkowsky Woods ’98 — an infectious disease physician, hospital epidemiologist, and medical director for Infection Prevention at Mount Sinai West — spent years learning how to treat [...]

Crafting A Better Future, One Bracelet at a Time

As the world watched the Black Lives Matter movement assemble in recent weeks in the fight against racial inequality, two Oak Knoll sisters – Abigail Adragna ’27 and Celia Adragna ’29 of Summit – [...]

Oak Knoll Announces Virtual, Outdoor Day Camps for Summer 2020

Those lazy, hazy days of summer are looking a bit different this time of year for many New Jersey area children. School is almost out for the summer, but due to COVID-19, many area day camps have [...]

Oak Knoll Upper School Dean to Retire After 30 Years

Growing up, Joan Paster remembers playing school with her two younger sisters where she naturally gravitated toward playing the role of teacher. It was during those carefree days of make-believe [...]