Oak Hill School

Oak Hill School is an outreach of First Presbyterian Church.

Oak Hill School was founded in 1961 as an outreach of First Presbyterian Church. The school offers quality Christian education for students in pre-kindergarten through sixth grade. Dr. Walter Courtenay, visionary pastor of First Presbyterian Church and founder of Oak Hill School said, “A Christian education imparts knowledge and builds character.” With this two-fold philosophy in place, Oak Hill has a heritage of students who have excelled academically as well as being grounded in a strong faith that is part of their everyday experience.

Oak Hill School is a coeducational, nondenominational, independent school serving approximately 530 students in PreK through sixth grade. Since it's founding, the Oak Hill School has educated children based on timeless values of personal integrity, academic accomplishment, and a strong spiritual foundation.

Oak Hill School’s Board Chair is Marie Maxwell, a First Presbyterian Church member and reserve church officer.

For more information about Oak Hill School, visit their website.

Head of School, Hart Roper, and Board of Trustees Chair, Marie Maxwell, at the 2024 State of the School presentation for OHS families.

Oak Hill School was founded in 1961 as an outreach of First Presbyterian Church. 

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