Christ-centered. College Preparatory School.
Oakbrook students have various opportunities to explore a wide range of artistic skills through visual arts, music, and theatre. The products of their talents are displayed in the hall and performed in various events throughout the year.
Our students are accelerated in math and reading to build a strong foundation of critical thinking and problem-solving, while building confidence and creativity through project-based learning. And within each disciple, the Bible is taught in tandem.
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Students in grades K3-4th
Yes, students in K3-9th
Lower School Students K-5th will have access to school iPads in the classrooms.
7th -8th are grandfathered into the iPad program and are strongly encouraged
Upper School Students 9th - 12th
Our families use RenWeb, a Learning Management System, enabling them to view weekly lesson plans, assignments, grades, and test dates. It also allows our parents to change their information, access school directories, calendars, volunteer opportunities and receive electronic news from school staff.
With an average SAT score of 1382 for the top 25% of the class and a top score of 1540 (1232 average for entire class) for the Class of 2020, Oakbrook Preparatory’s average scores are well above the local, state and national averages.
The Class of 2019 included
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