College Counseling

Virtually all Oakwood students proceed to college as a natural extension of their studies. The school provides a comprehensive college counseling program. Beginning in 9th grade students are advised about the effects of curricular choices on college options. In 10th grade, students are administered a practice PSAT. In the 11th and 12th grades, students and parents meet with college counseling staff to discuss various aspects of the college selection process. Oakwood parents participate fully in this process, both formally and informally, from beginning to end.

College Admission

How well a college will match an individual student's needs is a key part of the search process. Through a series of questionnaires and meetings, the college counselors guide each senior in choosing a list of potential colleges that emphasizes college "fit" over rank. The list below includes the colleges selected by Oakwood graduates over the past four years.

Recent College Acceptances

Click here to view Oakwood's 4-year matriculation list.

For College Representatives

Thank you for your interest in visiting Oakwood. We will begin scheduling in-person and virtual visits in mid to late July through Scoir. Please note that it is likely that for all in-person visits, Oakwood will be requiring proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID test.

Any questions, please contact Diane Wymer.

Click here to view Oakwood School's 2020-2021 profile.

Alumni Transcript Requests

Alumni transcript requests can be made by completing this Transcript Request Form. Provide full address information as to where the transcript should be submitted.  Please allow up to one week for processing from the time of request.  


Melissa Palmer
Co-Director of College Counseling, Human Development Teacher


 Steffany Perez
Co-Director of College Counseling


 Diane Wymer

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The Oakwood School admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs