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  • Dear Friends,

     
     
    The oak tree has always been a symbol of strength, majesty and longevity. Its vast root system spreads throughout the soil ensuring the strongest foundation in the face of the mightiest winds and precarious storms. It climbs to the highest heights and soars above the ground for all to see its grace and beauty. And oak trees often live for centuries as a reminder to generations of both a storied past and hopeful future.
     
    As Oakcrest enters this exciting new phase in its history, it is fitting that we look to the mighty oak to inspire our community in the coming years.  A 40-year-old oak may seem to have reached its peak when in reality it has only begun its journey and will grow for decades if not centuries into the future. In the same way Oakcrest embarks on the next 40 years of its history with a desire to build resources and reach many more young women and families that will benefit from an Oakcrest education.
     
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It is Oakcrest’s vision to grow enrollment and resources for our students in order to increase our graduates’ impact on the culture and the world. In order to achieve that vision, Oakcrest continues its capital expansion. Phase II will increase and improve academic space and add an athletic center  where students will be inspired to become trustees of humanity.

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  • Athletic Center

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  • Growing New Scholarships

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  • Dorothy E. Duffy Endowment

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Current Available Funds

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  • Kate Walsh O'Beirne Scholarship Fund

    Kate Walsh O'Beirne (aunt of Laura O'Neill '96 and grandmother of Charlotte O'Beirne '24) was a highly influential voice in culture, politics and journalism. She was a champion of political and religious freedom and left a distinguished mark on society through her work as a writer, policy expert and media personality. As the beneficiary of and advocate for all-girls education, she had a special appreciation for Oakcrest School. This fund, established in her memory by her family, seeks to support young women who would otherwise be unable to attend Oakcrest and put them on a path to become women who bring good to all sectors of society. Learn more about the fund here.
  • McDonald Family Fund

    Established by Scott and Elizabeth McDonald (parents of Makenzie ‘17) the McDonald Family Fund supports faculty professional development in the areas of/but not excluded to addressing learning differences, providing differentiated instruction and helping students reach their full academic potential.
  • Pluta Family Fund

    John and Consuelo Pluta (parents of Grace ’15 and Jackie ’18) have generously supported Oakcrest with their time, talent and treasure for many years. The Pluta Family Fund was established to support tuition assistance, faculty benefits, and unexpected needs not fully covered by Oakcrest’s annual budget.
  • The Heights Faculty Fund

    This fund was established by an anonymous donor to support need based tuition assistance for students whose parents are members of the faculty at The Heights School in Potomac, MD.
     
    If you would like to learn more about how to support a current fund or establish a new fund at Oakcrest please email our Advancement Office.
  • To learn more about how you can make a gift through a fund, please contact our Advancement Office at advancement@oakcrest.org

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