We are honored to lead a team of dedicated educators committed to providing a quality education that values truth, excellence, and diversity.
All students have the potential to achieve, and our mission is to help them realize their full potential. We are committed to providing a well-rounded education that builds outstanding character, academic excellence, servant leadership, intellectual curiosity, and sportsmanship.
The elementary academic program works to develop strong foundational literacy and mathematical skills while providing focused instruction in science and social studies. Students also have regular learning opportunities through physical education, technology, world languages (grade 3 and above), art, and music.
Education is a partnership between teachers, students, and parents. We encourage parents to be involved in their child's education and to communicate with teachers regularly. We can create a learning environment that fosters academic success and personal growth when we all work together.
In addition to a quality academic program, Oasis offers a variety of after-school, extracurricular activities (ECAs). Each year these ECAs vary, but possible opportunities include drama groups, athletic teams, music groups, and a myriad of clubs.
The exact nature and number of any such ECAs will be determined shortly after school starts each year, according to the interest of students and the availability of sponsors.
The OASIS counseling program focuses on social/emotional counseling and preventative education for Pre-K through 6th grade. OASIS has qualified counselors for social/emotional individual counseling and support. The counselors facilitate preventative classroom lessons on counseling issues such as student safety. For more information, please click on this link.
Visual Arts classes at our school are designed to help students explore their creativity and develop a better understanding of the arts. Our courses range from painting and drawing to ceramics and sculpture. We also offer classes focused on art history and the fundamentals of visual expression. Our teachers are passionate about helping students develop their own unique styles and techniques. Each class is structured to provide students with the opportunity to experiment and discover their own creative voice.
Elementary students attend art one time per week and use a variety of materials and techniques to produce artwork during the school year. They learn about significant artists, art forms, and art history. Seventh and eighth-grade students attend art class one semester per year. Students study art history from Greek to modern times and participate in studio activities related to the art period being studied. Students also study the elements and principles of design in depth.