At Red Oaks, the end of the year is cause for celebration!
The Red Oaks School provides life-changing educational experiences for young people, inspiring personal and intellectual growth, encouraging deep engagement with learning, and promoting global citizenship.
We support students in reaching their fullest potential.
Personal & Intellectual Growth
Our learning environment fosters fearless learners.
Students learn best when they are deeply engaged.
Our students are diverse, compassionate, and globally aware.
of students have access to innovative STEAM programs in our classroom and Makerspace.
internationally acclaimed academic programs: Montessori for primary & elementary, International Baccalaureate for middle school.
100% of middle school students receive secondary school entrance counseling.
of Red Oaks families originate from 6 continents and 26 countries and are bilingual.
100% of 7th and 8th grade students participate in Model U.N. in New York City.
of our exceptional teachers have advanced degrees, Montessori credentials, and/or IB training.
student-teacher ratio promotes individualized attention
years and counting since Red Oaks was founded.
After months of learning their parts of the music and two hours practicing as a chorus, 8.5K students from NY/NJ area schools, filling half the Prudential Center arena, performed with classically trained and popular musicians and vocalists to the delight of the other half of the arena – their families and fans.
Photos really do speak louder (and more adorably) than words, when it comes to Primary Field Day.
Lower El teacher Eva Vaidya believes that it's the creativity of the Native American people that so intrigued her students during their early American studies this year.
In the final weeks of school, Middle School students took their learning outside of the classroom to enjoy the spontaneous and inspired learning that takes place in the world at-large!
We love to celebrate the accomplishments of our community. Check out stories on Antonia Galdi, Adi Mahadev, and Ira L. Black.
Please join us at 6:00 PM TODAY, at Drew University's Dorothy Young Center for the Arts, as we celebrate our students who are completing the Primary and Elementary programs and our third 8th grade graduating class – The Class of 2017!
These past few weeks have been chock-full of activities, accomplishments, celebrations, and community. Please check your email next Thursday for our last official issue of this school year's Red Oaks News!