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Admissions Office

Our Admissions team looks forward to personally working with you and discussing what Oak Hall has to offer your child. If you are interested in learning more about the admissions process, how to arrange a visit, financial aid assistance/scholarship opportunities, or have any questions, please contact our team!

Director of Enrollment Management
Nancy Coleman
ncoleman@oakhall.org
Tel: 352.332.3609 x 112
Fax: 352.332.4975

Assistant Director of Enrollment Management
Daisha Peek
dpeek@oakhall.org
Tel: 352.332.3609 x 113
Fax: 352.332.4975

Address
Oak Hall School Admissions Office
1700 SW 75th Street
Gainesville, FL 32607

Important Deadlines

September 15th: Admissions application for the following academic year

October 15th: Early Childhood Learning Center testing scheduling begins (Preschool-Kindergarten)

November – May: Notification of Early Childhood Learning Center admissions decisions (3-year-old Preschool-Kindergarten)

February 1st: Admissions committee begins the application review process, Grades 1-12

February 15th: Admissions committee begins notification of admission decisions, Grades 1-12

February – May: Ongoing notification of admission decisions, Grades 1-12

Steps to Apply

Early Childhood Learning Center (3-Year-Old Preschool-Kindergarten)

3-Year-Old Preschool and 4-Year-Old Junior Kindergarten

  1. Submit an online application.
  2. A birth certificate, current immunization record (DH Form 680), and school entry health exam (DH Form 3040) are required of all new students prior to acceptance. Health forms from out-of-state agencies will not be accepted.
  3. A member of the Admission Team will contact you to schedule a Student Assessment once your completed application has been received.
    • 3-Year-Old Preschool and 4-Year-Old Jr. Kindergarten: Prospective students will complete a 15-30 minute developmental assessment with our Learning Specialist.

PLEASE NOTE: Preschool applicants must be 3-years-old before September 1st and must be potty-trained. Junior Kindergarten applicants must be 4-years-old before September 1st and must be potty-trained. Also, be mindful that we do not offer any tuition assistance for these ages. Tuition assistance is available as early as Kindergarten.

Kindergarten (5-year-olds) We are no longer accepting Kindergarten applications for the 2023-2024 school year. Our Kindergarten wait pool is full. To apply for Kindergarten for the 2024-2025 school year, please contact the Admissions Office during the summer of 2023. Thank you for your consideration and understanding.

  1. Submit an online application.
  2. Receive the Student Evaluation form. This form is electronically sent to the applicant’s current teacher from the online application.
  3. A birth certificate, current immunization record (DH Form 680), and school entry health exam (DH Form 3040) are required of all new students prior to acceptance. Health forms from out-of-state agencies will not be accepted.
  4. A member of the Admission Team will contact you to schedule a Student Assessment once your completed application has been received.
    • Prospective students will complete a 30-minute developmental assessment with our Learning Specialist.

PLEASE NOTE: Kindergarten applicants must be 5 years old before September 1st.

Have any questions about our admissions process, tuition assistance, or state scholarships? Our Admissions team would love to hear from you! Contact our Director of Enrollment Management, Nancy Coleman, or our Assistant Director of Enrollment Management, Daisha Peek.

Lower School (Grades 1-5)

We have met capacity in 4th grade for the 2023-2024 school year; however, we will continue to accept applications to be placed in a wait pool. Thank you for your consideration and understanding.

  1. Submit an online application.
  2. A birth certificate, current immunization record (DH Form 680), and school entry health exam (DH Form 3040) are required of all new students prior to acceptance. Health forms from out-of-state agencies will not be accepted.
  3. Submit a copy of the student’s report card/unofficial transcript, beginning with Kindergarten to the current year.
  4. Submit a copy of the student’s first achievement test scores through the current year scores (i.e. Iowa Assessment, FSA, or any state-administered standardized test).
  5. Receive the Student Evaluation form. This form is electronically sent to the applicant’s current teacher from the online application.
  6. A member of the Admission Team will contact you to schedule a Student Assessment once your completed application and all supplementary documents have been received.
    • Prospective students will complete a 30-45 minute assessment with our Lower School Learning Specialist. The assessment includes a reading, writing, and math section.

Have any questions about our admissions process, tuition assistance, or state scholarships? Our Admissions team would love to hear from you! Contact our Director of Enrollment Management, Nancy Coleman, or our Assistant Director of Enrollment Management, Daisha Peek.

Middle School (Grades 6-8)

We have met capacity in 7th and 8th grade for the 2023-2024 school year; however, we will continue to accept applications to be placed in a wait pool. Thank you for your consideration and understanding.

  1. Submit an online application.
  2. All new students require a birth certificate, current immunization record (DH Form 680), and school entry health exam (DH Form 3040) before acceptance. Health forms from out-of-state agencies will not be accepted.
  3. Submit a copy of the student’s report card/unofficial transcript, beginning with Kindergarten to the current year.
  4. Submit a copy of the student’s first achievement test scores through the current year scores (i.e., Iowa Assessment, FSA, or any state-administered standardized test).
  5. Submit a copy of the student’s current year Discipline/Behavior Report or statement that indicates no prior history.
  6. Receive the Math and English Student Evaluation forms. These forms are electronically sent to the applicant’s current Math and English teachers from the online application.
  7. All applicants are required to schedule an interview with the Admission Team. Once a completed application file has been received, the Admissions Office will reach out to schedule the interview.
  8. Assessment (conditional): Middle School applicants will only require admission testing if there is an area of concern identified in the admissions application. The Admission Team will be in contact if we will require an assessment as part of the admission process.

Have any questions about our admissions process, tuition assistance, or state scholarships? Our Admissions team would love to hear from you! Contact our Director of Enrollment Management, Nancy Coleman, or our Assistant Director of Enrollment Management, Daisha Peek.

Upper School (Grades 9-12)

We have met capacity in 10th, 11th, and 12th grade for the 2023-2024 school year; however, we will continue to accept applications to be placed in a wait pool. Thank you for your consideration and understanding.

  1. Submit an online application.
  2. A birth certificate, current immunization record (DH Form 680), and school entry health exam (DH Form 3040) are required of all new students prior to acceptance. Health forms from out-of-state agencies will not be accepted.
  3. Submit a copy of the student’s report card/unofficial transcript beginning with Grade 6 to the current year.
  4. Submit a copy of the student’s first achievement test scores through the current year scores (i.e. Iowa Assessment, FSA, or any state-administered standardized test).
  5. Submit a copy of the student’s current year Discipline/Behavior Report or statement that indicates no prior history.
  6. Receive the Math and English Student Evaluation forms. These forms are electronically sent to the applicant’s current Math and English teachers from the online application.
  7. All applicants are required to schedule an interview with the Admission Team. Once a completed application file has been received, the Admissions Office will reach out to schedule the interview. Interviews will be conducted via Zoom at this time.
  8. Assessment (conditional): Upper School applicants will only require admission testing if there is an area of concern identified in the admissions application. The Admission Team will be in contact if we will require an assessment as part of the admission process.

Have any questions about our admissions process, tuition assistance, or state scholarships? Our Admissions team would love to hear from you! Contact our Director of Enrollment Management, Nancy Coleman, or our Assistant Director of Enrollment Management, Daisha Peek.

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