Our counselors serve as guides in the student’s journey—there to counsel, question, challenge, suggest, and educate.

College Preparation Process

College counseling begins in the 9th grade and continues throughout the 12th grade. Our counselors hold group meetings to emphasize the importance of proper course selection and strong academic priorities, responsible citizenship, standardized test preparation, involvement in extracurricular activities, and community service opportunities.

In the 11th grade, students are assigned a college adviser and begin individual counseling sessions as they start the college search process. Group and individual meetings continue during the 12th grade as the emphasis changes to application preparation.

Parents and students are encouraged to schedule individual conferences with a college counselor at any time in the Upper School to discuss specific needs, questions, and concerns. It is our goal to help you with this important decision in any way we can.

For Our Current Eagles

Looking for a specific document or your counselor’s contact information? You can access all college counseling resources through the Upper School Hub. Be sure to stay updated with important dates, upcoming college fairs, and other information regarding college preparation.


Dual Enrollment Program

Qualified juniors and seniors may apply to take courses offered through the University of Florida’s Online Dual Enrollment. The benefit is that credits earned may be applied to both high school and college graduation requirements. Our counselors may recommend this program to students based on academic history or interests, but it is also encouraged for students and their families to express their own interest in pursuing this program.

For juniors and seniors looking to pursue dual enrollment, their Oak Hall college counselor will coordinate their academic schedule to accommodate these online courses. Students must formally apply for admission through the university to be considered for this program.


College Representatives

Are you a college representative looking to visit Oak Hall School? All visits must be scheduled appointments coordinated with our college counselors. To schedule a visit with our school, visit RepVisits for further information.


Where Are They Now?

With a 100% college acceptance rate, our Eagles leave Oak Hall prepared to excel in the next phase of their academic journey. Graduates have gone on to attend some of the top colleges and universities in the country. Some of our recent portfolio of schools include: Baylor University, University of California-Berkeley, Clemson University, Columbia University, University of Florida, and Vanderbilt University.