If at any time a student or parent wishes to talk about their academics or other school-related issues, they have several faculty and staff members available. Lower School families can contact the Lower School Director, Mary Ellen Arbuckle (firstname.lastname@example.org), and Upper School families can contact the Dean of Students, Joshua Melton (email@example.com). Additionally, students can talk to their advisors about classes, teachers, or any other concerns. Families can also contact the Registrar, Laura Ellis (firstname.lastname@example.org) for any questions related to grades, transcripts, or other official business.
Oak Hill School provides healthy hot lunches daily.
Lane Community College’s culinary program cooks, delivers, and serves the food. Each lunch includes a vegetarian option, a salad, and a choice of juice, water, or milk. Fridays, the Community Support Association (CSA) provides pizza at lunch time. Students are always welcome to bring lunch from home, but may choose to participate in Oak Hill’s hot lunch program any day. Families are billed per lunch at the end of every month, prices are set by the LCC lunch program.
11:15 — Grades 6-12
11:40 — Grades K-5
Oak Hill’s cafeteria has a peanut-free table for students with allergies or sensitivities. In addition, when a student enters Oak Hill with a peanut or other severe allergy, teachers and students work together to educate the student population and keep the allergen out of the classroom. Currently, the entire Upper School is a peanut-free zone.
Oak Hill supports students and families who wish to seek additional support outside of school in the form of tutoring or other services. Many faculty members tutor after school and during the summer, and can work with students to pinpoint areas for improvement and work to strengthen that area. Tutoring fees vary depending on the subject and tutor, and the process goes through the business department. For more information, please contact Beth Sprague at: email@example.com.