Oak Hill Schools offers an Inclusive Learning Environment focused on Differentiated Instruction, Trauma Informed Practice, and a Collaborative Response Model and Team Planning.
Oak Hill School offers the four Core Subjects: Math, Science, Language Arts, and Social Studies, in addition to Physical Education and Life Skills.
Oak Hill offers a variety of Option Classes, including Food Studies, Outdoor Education, Maker Space, and Fit For Life.
Students partake in the core subjects daily.
They learn valuable Math, Science, Language Arts and Social Studies concepts, in addition to participating in daily Physical Education and Health and Life Skills.
Knowledge and Employability
Knowledge and Employability (K&E) is a program available for Oak Hill School students in Grades 8 and 9 who are experiencing difficulty in the regular academic program and who learn best through hands-on activities.
K&E courses support students in reading comprehension, writing and mathematics. The focus is on basic skills essential for the workplace, community and home. Students obtain a sense of success and achievement in their learning experiences and develop entry-level job skills.
Students can go on to register in the K&E program at the high school level. When a student successfully completes senior high K&E courses, they earn a provincial certificate of achievement and may enter into employment. They may also continue their education to gain a general high school diploma.
Students participate in Physical Education daily. They get to experience a wide variety of sports and activities including basketball, volleyball, badminton, soccer, pickleball, and cooperative games. This provides a valuable opportunity for team bonding and skill building.