If you're like us, you want your child to become a person of faith and purpose. A person who serves others, dreams big, leads with integrity and works toward justice in the world. You want them to find success and become their best self along the journey. At Oak Knoll School of the Holy Child, everything we do supports this vision and goal.
Oak Knoll’s mission since its founding in 1924 has been to cultivate intellectual, spiritual, physical, and emotional development in all of our students. Students, along with their families, experience academic programs that encourage excellence in each student, a strong faith commitment, respect and reverence for each person, freedom of expression through the creative arts, a competitive athletic program, and active involvement in campus ministry opportunities that expands their understanding for the global world in which they live.
Oak Knoll is part of a 170-year heritage of Roman Catholic teaching and worship. Along with our 10 other Holy Child Network schools in the United States and 13 overseas, we are dedicated to fostering joyous personal relationships with God, celebrating the dignity and uniqueness of each person, inspiring acts of compassion, providing an intellectually challenging program of study and preparing graduates to meet the demands of the age. With God behind our Holy Child mission, we believe that we can do “infinitely more than we can ask or imagine.” Ephesians 3:20
For nearly 100 years, our broad program of study has prepared one-of-a-kind students for one-of-a-kind futures. Smart, wise and joyously faithful, our graduates not only succeed in the real world – they change it for the better. We hope your child becomes one of them.
Oak Knoll is part of a global network of Holy Child Schools that spans across the United States, England, France, Ireland and Africa.
Our main campus sits on a beautiful 11-acre campus in Summit, New Jersey, with 14-acre athletic complex in Chatham.
100 percent of our high school graduates enter four-year colleges or universities.