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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.

Life-Changing Experiences

We support students in reaching their fullest potential.

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Personal & Intellectual Growth

Our learning environment fosters fearless learners.

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Deep Engagement

Students learn best when they are deeply engaged.

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Global Citizenship

Our students are diverse, compassionate, and globally aware.

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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.

In the News

MMUN Blog Says It All

Thank you to all of the Middle School parents, teachers, and staff who chaperoned, prepped, and supported our 7th and 8th grade delegates during this unparalleled learning experience.

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BJ Ward at Speedwell

By way of counsel and encouragement BJ says, "Don't know where you're going? That's OK. The plot is secondary. Poetry's all about the relationship of words to words. TS Eliot said 'The plot is the bit of bacon thieves throw to the dog as they leave.'"

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Wagons and Water Bottles

Please review the plant packets that were sent home a couple of weeks ago and place your orders ASAP so Master Gardener Laura Rehm can hand pick your plants soon.

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Happy Spring Break

Spring is coming, even if it is taking it's time. The official first full day of spring is next Monday, March 20th.

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