Why Your Support Matters. The Annual Fund provides the necessary resources that build and reinforce our unique mission.  In order to attract, retain, and support the best team available to inspire our students, teachers and staff receive ongoing professional development that enhances skills and curricula. 
Thanks to the success of the 2022-2023 Annual Fund, we were able to provide free textbooks for our entire student body, added an auxiliary practice field for soccer and lacrosse, and provided transportation for student experiences like the 8th grade Old Rag Hike, tours of the Museum of the Bible, and experiential field trips to Udvar-Hazy Air and Space Museum. 
The Annual Fund is also a critical source in support of Tuition Assistance and, thanks to your generosity Oakcrest can meet the needs of families with unforeseen financial difficulties. Tuition only covers about 85% of costs for all students, and unlike public or parochial schools, Oakcrest does not receive supplemental finances from the government or any diocese. Because of this, Oakcrest counts on the success of the Annual Fund to ensure all students thrive.
Annual Fund Committee
Celeste and William Pozo 
(Parents of Carolina ’25 and Camila ’27)
Alumna Co-Captains
Tara (Hill  ‘11) Van Zoeren and Catherine (McNeish ’16) Hill
Class Captains
(Class of 2030) Laura and Greg Hanssen
(Class of 2029) Shushan and Michael Morrison
(Class of 2028) Renea and Trey Rowan
(Class of 2027) Michelle and Jay Gress
(Class of 2026) Anne Marie (Fagan ’99) and Vytas Maginnis
(Class of 2025) Nora and Rory Nugent
(Class of 2024) Cathy and Austin Ruse

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Together, We Can! In 2023-2024 we hope to provide our students the best in resources in support of their intellectual, athletic, social, and spiritual growth.  In order to achieve this, we’ve set a goal to raise $450,000 in this year’s Annual Fund.  Your support will make it possible and with your help we will provide students the strong foundation they need today so that Oakcrest and our graduates will thrive in the future.  
Give the Gift of Oakcrest.  Grounded in the classical Christian tradition and guided by the spirit of Opus Dei, Oakcrest students are challenged to value the dignity of work, comfortably take risks, and develop self-knowledge and confidence that will prepare them to mature with a spirit of determination and optimism.  Our graduates become the leaders that will build a culture of freedom and responsibility that our world desperately needs. Our top-notch faculty and staff support the intellectual, physical, social, and spiritual development of our students.  Our curriculum is integrated and offers students and families a comprehensive experience to achieve this vision.  Oakcrest School collaborates with parents as primary educators in educating young women.  When you support the Annual Fund, you ensure that our faculty and students have the best resources available as they pursue this noble mission.
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