Our inaugural Theme Week looked at our theme for the school year: The Wholeness of Responsibility through the lens of social justice.

Unplug Day is an opportunity for us to demonstrate unplugging for our students and challenge ourselves to focus more on the present moment. This year, we celebrated our Unplug Day by dressing in our theme of the 1970s – a time when much of our current technology was not yet available. There were bell bottoms, oversized sunglasses, and flower power galore.

The Class of 2024 shares their experiences in India, a trip that exemplifies how Oak Grove students gradually travel further away on increasingly more challenging journeys.

In this brief but informative video, we learn more about our middle school’s unique science program from Meredith’s own perspective.

All the activities Teton Science Schools plan for 7th and 8th grade students encourage them to work together and think critically about our human relationship with the natural world.

Before Winter Break, student editor and high school senior, Surya, visited classrooms to deliver the latest edition of The Oak Grove Inquirer.

During a recent Parent Education meeting, we had the opportunity to delve into the fascinating world of artificial intelligence and its implications for education and our children’s future.

Always a highlight of the year, High School Winter Showcase features musical performances by students, as well as student art, paintings, photographs, woodworking, and ceramics.

Representatives from our high school recently traveled to St Louis, Missouri, to attend this year’s People of Color and Student Diversity Leadership Conferences.