Oak Knoll School of The Holy Child
Oak Knoll is a Catholic independent school. Kindergarten through sixth grade is a co-educational program, while seventh through twelfth grades are only for young women. Oak Knoll is committed to the educational mission of Cornelia Connelly, and dedicated to the growth of the whole child. Oak Knoll is one of 10 Holy Child schools in the United States. The Sisters of the Holy Child Jesus have also founded schools in England, Ireland, France and Africa.
- Fax: 908-277-1838
- Founding Date: Sep 01 1924
- Number of students: 550
- Public/Private: Private
- Financial aid: Yes
- Religious affiliation: Roman Catholic
- Student-to-teacher ratio: 1:8
- Number of faculty: 82
- What makes this community special?: The Holy Child and Oak Knoll mission statement is clear and direct about our purpose: “… to develop mature persons capable of making choices that enrich their own lives and contribute to the lives of others.”
- Grade levels: Kindergarten to 12
- Features: Auditorium/stage, Cafeteria, Computer lab, Language lab, Library, Science lab, Sports facilities
- Extracurricular activities available: Community service opportunities; interscholastic sports; After-School Adventures program; leadership program; various clubs and organizations
- Sports teams: Sports offered at Oak Knoll include basketball, cross-country, fencing, field hockey, golf, lacrosse, soccer, softball, swimming, tennis, volleyball, and track and field. For more information visit: http://www.oakknoll.org/our_campus/athletics
- Uniforms: Yes
- Student clubs: Mock Trial, Math League, Green Team, Operation Smile, Lighting Tech Crew, Ensemble, Dancers, Science Club, Photo Club, Stage Crew, Writers Roundtable, Knit for the Needy, Dancers
- Boarding: No
- Advanced placement courses: Oak Knoll offers AP work in Biology, Calculus AB, Calculus BC, English Language, English Literature, United States, World, and European History, French and Spanish, Computer Science A, Chemistry, Physics, and Studio Art.
- Extracurricular activities: Lower School students can take part in Afterschool Adventures clubs and Scouts. Upper School students may participate in several clubs from Student Council to Knit for the Needy.