- John Perlette, Director of Upper School
- R.J. Fuhr, Dean of Students
- Caitlyn Hood, Administrative Assistant
- Myra Simpson, Director of College Counseling
- Rebekah Johnson, Registrar
- Darcy Pare, School Counselor
- Michael Fernandes, US Teaching & Learning Specialist
- Amanda Metzler, US Teaching & Learning Specialist
Oak Hall's Upper School curriculum is a challenging, college preparatory program consisting of a core curriculum and a wide range of electives. Building on the strong foundation established in the Middle School, this program prepares students for acceptance and success in competitive colleges and for success in life beyond college. Honors and Advanced Placement courses are offered in every academic department. Many semester- and year-long electives are also offered.
Oak Hall has high expectations for all students. Upper School classes emphasize both mastery of specific content and the skills necessary for success in college and in the years after college. These skills include:
- critical reading and thinking
- effective oral and written communications
- problem solving
- research techniques
- and the use of technology as a tool in the acquisition of knowledge
Beyond the core courses of English, history, math, science, and foreign language, students are encouraged to develop their aesthetic dimension through participation in a variety of art, music, and drama classes. They are also encouraged to participate in the school's athletic and outdoors programs in order to acquire an appreciation for physical fitness, cooperation, and the natural environment.