Registration is now open for Oakcrest's in-person Summer Programs for girls in rising third through twelfth grade. Available between June 14 and July 26, 2021, the programs will be run by Oakcrest faculty members on its 23-acre campus.
In spite of the many ways that COVID has made life unpredictable, Oakcrest students have continued in their dedication to service. This year students have found many creative ways to serve those both in their immediate community and beyond.
On Saturday, December 5, Oakcrest student and Debate Team member Lucy Spence ('23) competed in the third annual Lincoln-Douglas Debate Tournament hosted by the Washington-Arlington Catholic Forensic League (WACFL).
Oakcrest is mourning the loss of Oakcrest parent Alice Zischkau, who passed away on the morning of November 25 after a long battle with cancer. She was an Oakcrest mother, parent ambassador, and cherished member of the school community.
The Oakcrest Theatre Department is pleased to announce that this year's spring Upper School Theatre Production will be Antigone, to be performed at Oakcrest on February 19 at 7:30 pm and February 20 at 11:00 am and 7:30 pm.
Oakcrest students didn’t let the pandemic stop them from having a fun and fruitful summer. From internships to virtual programs, students took the opportunity to grow, learn and serve throughout their months of vacation.
Family physician and psychologist Dr. Leonard Sax will visit Oakcrest on November 20, 2020 to speak for its annual Adventures in Parenting lecture series, hosted by the school’s Parent Support department.
The Smithsonian Center for Folk Life & Cultural Heritage recently highlighted its collaboration with Oakcrest’s Concert Chorus on a project to promote America’s rich cultural heritage of folk music among young people.
Rosie Kilmer (‘25) began her Oakcrest journey as a sixth grader. With three sisters who are Oakcrest alumnae and a mom who is an Oakcrest math teacher, Rosie has been part of the community for a long time, and it felt only natural for her to join a school where she could both make new friends and be close to family.