School: Grades K-8

Enrollment in Grades K-8

Oak Meadow School combines strong academic standards with an understanding of the developmental needs of students. We not only focus on developing a strong intellect, but also on engaging students artistically and experientially. We do this by providing lessons that are developmentally appropriate and that immerse students in the creative arts, music, and movement as well as language arts, mathematics, social studies, and science.
Because our curriculum is designed to effectively address a variety of learning styles, children are able to learn successfully and enjoy the learning process. Our goal is not simply to provide factual information, but also to inspire your child to learn and thrive.

View curriculum overviews and sample lessons for all grades.

Click here to download the full Catalog for Kindergarten through Eighth Grade.

Click here to download the K-8 Parent Handbook.

View a listing of our K-8 Teaching Faculty

The Role of the Oak Meadow Teacher in Kindergarten Through Fourth Grade

In Grades K-4, the parent is the primary teacher for their child, and the Oak Meadow teacher serves to support the parent in the teaching process. Your teacher discusses your child's progress with you by phone or e-mail and serves as your guide and resource as you progress through the journey of discovery with your child. Teachers suggest additional activities and readings, and can help you adjust the curriculum to your child's needs and interests.

Using our curriculum, which is divided into 36 weekly lessons across all subject areas, your teacher reviews your child's work on a regular basis and completes written assessments. These periodic narrative evaluations become part of your child's official cumulative record maintained in the Oak Meadow offices. As we are an accredited school, these records are transferable to other schools, and may be useful, or required, documentation in some states.

Our elementary teachers are dedicated to supporting and empowering the homeschooling parent, and to working closely together to create a positive and successful learning experience for your children.

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The Role of the Oak Meadow Teacher in Fifth Through Eighth Grade

The Oak Meadow 5-8 teacher establishes a more direct relationship with the student, yet continues to work closely with parents. During the adolescent years, the parent's role shifts from being the primary teacher to being a support for the student in the learning process. Our curriculum features challenging, creative assignments in all subjects to actively engage middle school students in their learning.

In addition to helping students engage in the lessons, the Oak Meadow teacher is there to encourage solid study habits and strong academic skills. As in the early grades, teachers suggest additional activities and readings to accompany the lessons, and can help you adjust the curriculum to your child's needs and interests.

Using our curriculum, which is divided into 36 weekly lessons across all subject areas, your teacher reviews your child's work on a regular basis and completes written assessments. These periodic narrative evaluations become part of your child's official cumulative record maintained in the Oak Meadow offices. As we are an accredited school, these records are transferable to other schools, and may be useful, or required, documentation in some states. For grades five through eight, parents may choose to receive letter grades in addition to narrative evaluations.

Distance learning with Oak Meadow requires initiative, independence, and accountability, and our teachers are here to ensure that your student has a successful learning experience and makes a smooth transition into the exciting work of high school.

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