During a busy Red Oaks weekend, 26 Red Oaks parents came together at Susanna Short's barn to savor fine wines expertly paired with artisan chocolates!
The Red Oaks School is a private, independent day school in Morristown featuring two internationally acclaimed academic programs: Montessori and International Baccalaureate.
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.
On Sunday, March 8, a short trip down I-80 brought 86 Red Oaks students, parents, and siblings, to a winter oasis in the Poconos at Camelback Mountain for our annual snow tubing event.
Red Oaks Students Put On Stellar Performance at Montessori Model United Nations!
Last Friday, our annual Family Bingo Night took place at Speedwell Campus!
Red Oaks Students Look to the Past and Future in Recognition of Black History Month
As our eighth grade students pursue acceptances to competitive and/or prestigious independent and public high schools, the thought of interviewing can be daunting. Remedy? Red Oaks dad Tom Trynin!
Last Friday, our Upper Elementary students performed a musical celebration of America's westward expansion, followed by a demonstration of learning in their classrooms showcasing students' research, collaboration, and discovery.
52 Red Oaks students and 38 families headed to New York City last Saturday for some fun and glamping at the American Museum of Natural History.