Learning is Engaging. It’s that simple.

A Montessori classroom fosters the natural curiosity in a child and becomes a lifelong learner. Which is why here at Red Oaks, our teachers make the extra effort to create and prepare lessons that are engaging and uniquely memorable. Your child will be encouraged to delve deeper into topics, pursue creative thinking and expression, and develop an enthusiasm for learning that can unlock countless opportunities.

Early childhood student smiling

Early Childhood
(Pre-K & Kindergarten – ages 3 to 6)

These are the few years that can impact a lifetime. 90% of a child’s brain develops in the first five years of life. Maximizing your child’s learning potential during this time period is critical. Preschoolers at Red Oaks acquire the skills necessary to enter Kindergarten confident, well-prepared and with a passion to learn. Once in Kindergarten, our students are encouraged to pursue their curiosities and tackle new challenges, while developing positive attitudes toward school which are necessary to becoming lifelong learners.
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Elementary students using microscopes

(Grades 1 to 4 – ages 6 to 11)

The academic world expands greatly for your child when beginning first grade here at Red Oaks. Traditional academic subjects are introduced utilizing Montessori teaching methods. Students discover cultures from across the world, learning a second language in the process. Creativity is stressed through engagement with our multi-faceted arts program. And your child will discover the importance of “community citizenship,” becoming actively involved in activities designed to benefit our neighbors and improve our community.
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Middle School students using Chromebooks

Middle School
(Grades 5 to 8 — ages 11 to 14)

Our Middle School curriculum distinguishes both us — and ultimately — our graduates. At Red Oaks, your middle-schooler will engage in an internationally acclaimed and challenging intellectual framework (The International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme (MYP) in which students are taught to make connections between classroom studies and the real world. The broad and balanced Red Oaks education offered during the middle-school years will prepare your child for success in high school, college and in life.
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70% of our teachers possess advanced degrees

Our focus on developing students academically, socially and emotionally attracts a committed and talented faculty, with backgrounds as diverse as they are impressive.


of our faculty possesses Montessori or International Baccalaureate training.


student-teacher ratio promotes individualized attention.


years is the average teacher tenure here at Red Oaks.

Students raising their hands during class

Schedule a tour today!

An open house will never give you a true picture of a school's learning environment. You need to feel the energy yourself. See how the students and teachers engage with others. Hear the ideas, opinions and laughs that are shared. Make plans today to visit us during school hours to experience Red Oaks first-hand. (Currently, during the COVID Pandemic, school tours will be scheduled on weekend off-hours to protect the integrity and safety of students and faculty.)


Student painting in art class

A focus on the arts

Education in the arts is an integral part of our development as human beings. Exposure to creativity in many forms certainly stimulates freethinking, expression and problem-solving. But studies have also associated exposure to the arts with gains in math, reading, cognitive ability, critical thinking and verbal skills. The arts play a significant role in our daily learning environment here at Red Oaks where we use these outlets for creativity to promote self-esteem and improved emotional expression, as well as social connection and appreciation of diversity.
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Deepening our students' understanding of personal responsibility and social change.

Intolerance, discrimination and inequity have no place within the walls of Red Oaks. We take exceptional pride in providing our students and faculty an equitable and inclusive learning environment. The Red Oaks family is comprised of unique individuals of different backgrounds, identities, and beliefs — where all voices are equally valued and respected. Our anti-racism curriculum addresses and embraces this wonderful diversity, deepening every Red Oaks student’s understanding of personal responsibility and social change.

Sara Harari, Red Oaks Alumna

Alumni Spotlight

Creative. Community-Minded. Intellectual. Red Oaks graduates continue to excel long after their days here. Learn more about our alumni >

Distance Learning During the Pandemic

As educators dedicated to our students’ learning, we are continuously seeking new and inventive teaching advancements. We’re proud to have invested in state-of-the-art remote learning technology that supports an ongoing dialogue between teacher and student when either or both cannot be at school. Our teachers are engaged with students whether in-person or remote. We know that maintaining a consistent and structured learning environment is essential to educational growth.

Visit us during school hours!

Schedule a personal tour of Red Oaks today with Fran Sonneborn our Director of Admissions.