oak arbor school

Quick Facts about Oak Arbor School

Purpose

Oak Arbor School is a private Christian elementary school dedicated to providing a distinctive academic, moral and spiritual environment in which students learn to lead a principled and useful life. Established in 1978.

Status with Michigan Department of Education

Oak Arbor School is registered with the Michigan Department of Education as an authorized non-public school and receives various services from the Oakland County Intermediate School District as well as from the Rochester Community School District Special Education Division.

Location

Oak Arbor School is located in Oakland Township, Michigan, just 3 miles north of the city of Rochester, MI in a beautiful neighborhood subdivision also called Oak Arbor. See Contact Us - Maps and Directions

Current Enrollment

40 students in 5 multi-grade classrooms from Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade.

Student-Teacher Ratio

Our maximum is 15 students per classroom teacher.

Religious Affiliation

Oak Arbor School is sponsored by the Oak Arbor Church, a family-oriented congregation which has been in Oakland County since 1940. The local church is a member of the New Church, a world-wide Christian organization established in 1770. Central offices are in Bryn Athyn, Pennsylvania, a suburb of Philadelphia. Oak Arbor School is also a member of the General Church Schools Consortium, also headquartered in Bryn Athyn, PA.

Enrollment Policy

Parents of enrolled students do not need to be members of the sponsoring church. Parents must be knowledgeable of the theological perspective and educational philosophy and must be affirmative to their child(ren) being taught from these points of views. See Admissions Process

Facilities

Our current building was completed and occupied in September 2000 with 5 multi-grade classrooms for Pre-Kindergarten through 8th grade. It shares space with the Oak Arbor Church, its sponsoring organization.