In this podcast, Laura O’Neill, Oakcrest Class of 1996, speaks to parents about how to bolster their relationship with their daughters. She is passionate about the fact that parents matter now more than ever in raising their daughters to thrive as women in today’s culture.
In this episode, Middle School Director Cecelia Escobar discusses how parents and Oakcrest can work together in mutual cooperation for the overall success of each student.
On today’s podcast, Dean of Students Meghan Hadley '06, continues the discussion of stewardship and Oakcrest’s partnership with parents in helping form their daughters.
In this podcast, Head of School Dr. Mary T. Ortiz discusses the history of Oakcrest School, our stewardship, and parent partnership.
Mary Ann Messenger, Oakcrest Theology teacher and Assistant to Parent Support, meets with Laura O'Neill, Oakcrest Class of 1996, to discuss adolescents and social media, diving into understanding how the brain works with and against social media and exploring how to limit time spent scrolling this summer.
Head of School Dr. Mary T. Ortiz shares the Oakcrest recipe, what makes an Oakcrest student and forms the Oakcrest community. She digs into the mission of Oakcrest and illustrates how it all comes together to serve young women well.
Leslie Kanuch, a science teacher at Oakcrest, presents Physics for Contemplation: finding pathways to God in unimagined places. In her discussion, she introduces both physicists and saints, explaining how their respective discoveries and insights reveal to us both God and the physical world.