It is probably accurate to say, that ever since its inception, Oakwood has had its eye on the future.
Whether it is innovation in curriculum, establishing connections between institutions, or giving our students an opportunity to reach beyond classrooms, Oakwood continues to move toward the future. The Master Plan
Oakwood's facilities and the needs of our students continue to evolve. As Charles Haas so aptly explained to our young students who were anxious about their changing campus, just like we outgrow our clothes, or they become worn and tattered, so do our facilities. To that end, Oakwood has begun the rennovation of its campuses. The Strategic Plan
In 2001 our administration and governing board explored Oakwood's present and future and gave us our Strategic Plan. The Institute
Headmaster, Jim Astman, plans to create an Institute for Educational Innovation at Oakwood. The Institute will provide opportunities for teachers (along with select students and parents) to participate in educational “think tanks” where they can explore important questions together, making use of educational research and each other’s knowledge and experience.