Education

First of Oak Knoll's K-12 Open House Events Set for Sept. 30

SUMMIT, NJ - Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child will host two Open House events for prospective students and their parents of young women interested in learning more about the Upper School / grades 7-12. The Open Houses, which take place on Saturday, September 30, and Saturday, November 4, both at 9:30 a.m., will take place on the 11-acre Oak Knoll campus in Summit.

During the Open Houses, current students will lead campus tours, share their stories and give attendees a glimpse into daily school life. Faculty members and administrators will also be available to answer questions and offer advice. Students and their families interested in seeing the Oak Knoll difference in person can register by calling 908-522-8109 or contacting nora.burd@oakknoll.org.

Lower School

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The school will also host two Open House events for prospective students and their parents interested in the Lower School / kindergarten through grade 6, the first of which will highlight the I.D.E.A.S. Lab, Oak Knoll’s new makerspace. During the Open House, which takes place on Thursday, October 19 at 9:30 a.m., parents will be able to visit the makerspace, which through cutting-edge technology learning tools, allows coed elementary school students to focus on innovation, design, engineering, art and science. For more information or to register, visit info.oakknoll.org.

The second Lower School Open House will focus on kindergarten readiness and the Oak Knoll faculty’s efforts to ensure students have the ideal environment in order to adapt to the elementary school setting. The spotlight, scheduled for Saturday, November 4, at 12 p.m., will feature the many Ways to Prepare Your Child for Kindergarten. For more information or to register, visit info.oakknoll.org/oak-knoll-school-of-the-holy-child-lower-school-admissions-event-registration.

Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child is located at 44 Blackburn Road.

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