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Limited space available in high school for day and boarding students for the 2022-2023 academic year. Applications for Early Childhood through grade 8 are now closed.
High school at Oak Grove balances a rigorous college-prep program with self-knowledge and an emphasis on our shared responsibility to the greater world. To discover our 150-acre campus in the Ojai Valley, including our family-style boarding program, fill out the form below, or call the admissions office at 805-646-8236 x109 to schedule a tour. Early Childhood through grade 8 tours will resume in September 2022. We look forward to meeting you!
Please mark your calendars for our annual Open House and All School Showcase to be held on November 5, 2022.
Please complete the form below to schedule a tour. We look forward to talking with you.
Early Childhood and Elementary (Preschool-5th grade) tours are designed for parents only. Middle and High School (6th-12th) tours include both students and parents whenever possible. Should you have children in more than one program, our Admissions Director will contact you to help schedule your tour accordingly. Please allow about an hour for your tour.
All visitors are asked to reschedule their tour if they are feeling unwell. We appreciate your cooperation.
Currently Accepting Applications for 9th–12th Grade! All early childhood, elementary and middle school classes are full.
Applications and tours are now closed. Please call the Admissions office at 805-646-8236 x109 to schedule a tour during the spring or summer. Regular weekly tours will resume in September, 2022.
Admissions decisions are communicated on March 10, 2022. We encourage you to discover Oak Grove School.
As a parent visiting many private and public schools in the area, it was a breath of fresh air to tour your campus and know there is a school that values mindfulness, relationships as well as achievements. We believe as a family it is important what you do in life but above all, it is important who you are being. A strong sense of self with an ability to be in relationship with others is something we wholeheartedly believe in for our child. We would feel grateful she would be at a school that values those attributes along with a strong academic curriculum.”
Oak Grove School does not discriminate on the basis of any individual or group identity characteristics, such as but not limited to race, color, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, national or ethnic origin, differing mental or physical abilities, or family structure in the administration of its educational or admissions policies, employment practices, scholarship, and other school-administered programs. View the unabridged policy.