List of 20 news stories.



Portraits & Conversations

  • Lia Ridout ('85)

    Each year, hundreds of thousands of pilgrims seek physical and spiritual healing at Lourdes, France, the site of the Blessed Virgin Mary’s apparitions to Bernadette Soubirous in 1858. This spring, Oakcrest alumna Lia Ridout (‘85) joined that number as she went on the Order of Malta’s annual Lourdes pilgrimage. 
  • Cora Haefner (’19)

    Although Cora Haefner graduates on June 8, she’ll never forget the many lessons she’s learned at Oakcrest. As she heads off to West Point for college, she is confident that her Oakcrest education has prepared her for the challenges and adventures ahead.
  • Laura Cermak (’15)

    Since bidding farewell to Oakcrest, Laura Cermak ('15) has accomplished a lot and she's just getting started.
  • Elizabeth Crishock (’20)

    From her passion for helping girls love STEM to her dedication to all things theatrical, Elizabeth shares her gifts both at Oakcrest and in the broader community. 
  • Dr. Edwina Maksym

    Dean of Studies
    If there’s anyone who knows Oakcrest well, it’s Dean of Studies Dr. Edwina Maksym.
  • Annie Howard (’25)

    Annie Howard (’25) started her journey as an Oakie this year in sixth grade. Over her first two semesters here, she’s learned a lot, tried different extracurricular activities, and enjoyed making Oakcrest her home.
  • Alexandra Gadiano Haraczy (’12)

    University of Michigan Medical Student
    Alexandra (Gadiano) Haraczy (’12) keeps the lessons she learned at Oakcrest close by every day.
  • Anne Miller

    Music Master Teacher
     "Music can add beauty to students' lives," says Oakcrest Music Master Teacher Anne Miller.
  • Inspiring Faculty

    Podcast by Oakcrest Faculty
    Science teacher Angela Fortunato, English and classical languages teacher Elizabeth Black, history teacher Ginny Boles and Theology teacher Holly Salls share how they tell the human story in each of their subject areas. 
  • Lost and Found

    Podcast by Amy Miller, Oakcrest Parent
    Oakcrest parent Amy Miller—mom to two current Oakies, one alumna and one future Oakie—talks about how she made the decision to send her daughters to Oakcrest and why she's so happy that she did. 
  • The Second Greatest Story Ever Told

    Podcast by Latin Teacher Paula Rondon-Burgos
    In an address given for Oakcrest's Fifth Annual O'Donovan Humanities Lecture, Oakcrest Classical languages teacher Paula Rondon-Burgos discusses the life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, a first-century B.C. Roman statesman.

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