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Phone: 248. 652. 3420 Email: [email protected]

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Messages from our Alumni Students

"Oak Arbor gave me a strong sense of self and taught me how to stay true to my morals. I loved my time at Oak Arbor School because it was the best foundation anyone could ask for."
Catherine

"I appreciated the small class size because it allowed all of the students to receive so much one-on-one attention from the teachers. I always felt that I was listened to. I felt that my progress was of interest to my teachers and that they were always working to challenge me at the appropriate level and according to what I was ready to learn."
Anjuli

 

What do Parents Think?

My kids love to go to school, and I see regular evidence of what they are learning. I appreciate the spiritual lessons about life that they are learning, too, as well as the daily skills. The parent-teacher communication is better than I have ever seen at another school. The teachers really care about what they are doing. Oak Arbor also uses its small class size to its advantage.
Kim

The Oak Arbor School has done a wonderful job of educating our three children. Our Freshman and Junior sons tested easily into the Honors English program at our local high school and they are currently both on the Honor Roll. I have no doubt that with the solid academic base and discipline our 7th grader is being taught, our daughter will be every bit as successful.

The goal of any education should ultimately be to prepare people for life beyond formal education. Oak Arbor gives our young people a solid academic and moral foundation, all taught in the light of the Lord and His Word. What better way to Prepare for life!

Feel free to contact me any time with questions about our experience with Oak Arbor School and the transition to high school.
Cara