Everything you need to know about Friday's Spring Arts+Auction.
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.
We are proud to announce that The Red Oaks Middle School has been authorized as an International Baccalaureate (IB) World School for the Middle Years Programme (MYP)! We are the first school in Morris County (and one of only five schools in NJ) to achieve this prestigious designation!
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A recent flurry of activity around the Arts + Auction event has meant a surge in auction donations, fabulous finished artwork for show and auction, updated plans for an expanded Music Performance schedule, and much more.
THESE ARE AMONG THE HOTTEST ITEMS AT THE EVENT! The focus was on FUN! Check out a list of their names -- but you won't believe the amazing array of items that are inside each one!
Thank you to ROS nurse Gayle Gerardo RN, Fran Farino (Carmey's Cakery), The Bouchacourt Family, and ROS teacher Cindy Boehm for donating so generously to Spring Arts + Auction.
PA Co-Chair Vida Fruebis is reaching out to Middle School families who would like to meet up at their next community service effort on May 21st at the Great Strides Walk of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Morristown.
At dusk, on Friday, April 28th, the front lawn of the Speedwell Campus was peppered with blankets and lawn chairs as Middle School students and their families gathered to watch the film Tomorrowland.