8 student photographers, artists, win Scholastic awards

Oak Knoll School photographers and artists have been recognized in the 2020 Regional Scholastic High School Art and Writing Competition, presented by the nonprofit Alliance for Young Artists [...]

Senior Basketball Player Paige Morton ’20 scores 1,000th point

Oak Knoll School senior and basketball standout Paige Morton ’20, from Summit, joined rare and historic company when she scored her 1,000th point Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at home versus the [...]

Oak Knoll Now Offers Second Grade Sacraments

For Catholics, the sacraments of First Reconciliation and First Holy Communion continues their faith journey and life-long relationship with Jesus, which originally begins with Baptism. New to [...]

Oak Knoll Juniors Earn First Place in Irish Dance Competition

Oak Knoll juniors Mary Kate Vowells ’21 and Madeline Morton ’21, both of Chatham, earned a first place award at the 50th anniversary of the Mid-Atlantic Oireachtas Irish Dance Competition held in [...]

Oak Knoll School Brings Service to Those in Need This Christmas Season

The popular image of bright-eyed children excitedly opening gifts under the tree on Christmas morning may not be the norm for those in need. That is why at Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child, [...]

Merge Cubes enhance augmented reality in the classroom

Oak Knoll’s coeducational elementary school is encouraging students to learn in a whole new dimension through augmented reality. Utilizing MERGE Cubes, students can learn and create using [...]

Hands On By Design: Julia Benton ’18

When deciding on her educational pursuits after Oak Knoll, Julia Benton ’18 knew she was looking for something different — a place that could feed the curiosity about the world first fostered in [...]

‘Hour of Code’ Highlights Technology Integration and Innovation

Students in the Lower School of Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child joined more than 100 million students spanning the globe this week who participated in “Hour of Code” — the largest learning [...]

Oak Knoll Senior Earns Highest Award a Girl Scout Can Earn

Oak Knoll School senior and Chatham resident Julianna Feit ’20 recently earned a Gold Award from the Girl Scouts, the highest award a Girl Scout can earn. The Gold Award is based around a [...]

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