Cultivating wisdom, joy and love for God and others

cul·ti·vate /ˈkəltəˌvāt/ verb 1. prepare and use (land) for crops or gardening. 2. try to acquire or develop (a quality, sentiment, or skill). The word "cultivate" is included in our Mission Statement because that is how we view education- preparing students for life outside our walls, utilizing the knowledge and skills they acquire, in every facet of their lives; developing their hearts and minds with a Biblical worldview. We desire for our students to be life-long learners, and that begins with pursuing and cultivating zeal for understanding the world God created and their place in it.

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We seek to cultivate graduates who are gospel-oriented scholars: reading, thinking, acting, communicating as they grow in wisdom, joy, and love for God and others.

Why we love Oak Hill

So grateful for the blessing of a covenant school. The teachers truly love what they do and are coming along beside us to train our children in a Christian environment that seeks God in every aspect of their education. My children have made life long friends and we are blessed to be a part of this community.

Jill Beadles, Oak Hill parent

Why we love Oak Hill

We feel that God in His Sovereignty brought us to Oak Hill for our children to receive an education that encompasses a biblical worldview. The teachers and staff of Oak Hill are excellent and they are intent on instilling in the students a thirst for learning and a desire to glorify God in all aspects of life.

Scott and Ruth Knuteson, Oak Hill parents

Why we love Oak Hill

Oak Hill has helped my family truly consider the question, "What is the purpose of an education?" As we work together to faithfully answer this question, we have the generational, long-term view in mind. The answer has its foundation in the nurture and admonition of the Lord....The results are astounding. The goal is not mere knowledge. It is wisdom, joy, and love.

Derek and Christy Monjure, Oak Hill parents