All students applying for the first time must:
Be deemed ready for the school grade they wish to enter. (Please note our enrollment age for students entering Pre-K, must be 4 years old by the June 30th before school begins)
Not have physical, behavioral, or learning disabilities that, in the judgment of the Oak Arbor Administration, are beyond the scope of our staff’s training or the school's resources.
Be able to communicate at chronological age level in the English language.
We consider applications on a first come– first served basis.
Our Admissions process is flexible, yet thorough, and may include:
Parents and/or guardians visit the school, meet with appropriate staff members and have a conference with the School Director.
Your child may be asked to make a 1/2 or 1 day visit to his or her classroom. During this time, the staff will observe your child to determine appropriate placement.
Records from previous school(s) and/or results of any testing may be requested.
Application Forms and Financial Commitment Forms, Financial Aid Applications must be completed.
The goal of the admissions process is to diligently work with the parents of the child to see if the Oak Arbor School can serve your family. With that goal, the Admissions Staff will move as quickly as possible to process your application in the best interests of your child.
The Oak Arbor School seeks to serve a broad base of students with its distinctive Christian education. Our tuition rate is competitive with other parochial schools in the area. If a family has a sincere desire to have their child attend Oak Arbor School, we will do all we can to make that happen!
Therefore we offer a need-based financial aid program in the form of tuition grants, loans and/or custom payment plans.
Oak Arbor School will be using Tuition Aid Data Services (TADS) as our financial aid assessment for the coming school year.
In determining tuition assistance, TADS will process each family’s application individually and confidentially. There are no income floors or ceilings to qualify for tuition assistance. Rather tuition assistance takes into account multiple actors including home equity, second home ownership, consumer debt, number of children attending tuition charging institutions and more. It is important that all families feel free to inquire about and request tuition assistance for any reason. Requests for tuition assistance are kept strictly confidential, as is any information provided.
The Oak Arbor School does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of race, color, gender or national or ethnic origin.