Oak Park Prep strongly believes the measure of a person’s success is in what he or she gives to others and that “To he/she whom much is given, much is expected.” Through community service, students develop a strong sense of civic responsibility and establish the foundation...Read More
Oak Park Prep focuses relentlessly on high student performance through standardized tests and other objective measures. We believe that if students are receiving an excellent education they should be able to perform excellently on these exams. Students are expected to achieve a...Read More
Oak Park Prep knows that there are no shortcuts when it comes to success in academics and life. With an extended school day, week, and year, students have more time in the classroom to acquire the academic knowledge and skills that prepare them to succeed in competitive colleges.Read More
Students, their parents, and the staff of Oak Park Prep choose to attend and work at Oak Park Prep and therefore commit themselves to work together to achieve our school’s mission and vision. No one is assigned or forced to make this choice and commitment. Everyone alike must...Read More
The leaders, teachers, families and students of Oak Park Prep believe that ALL students can achieve at the highest academic levels regardless of the their backgrounds. These stakeholders are committed to building a culture of achievement and will do whatever it takes to ensure...Read More
Excel. Succeed. Lead
With critical support from parents and Oak Park Prep staff, our students will continue to develop crucial academic and leadership skills each year. At the conclusion of this rigorous educational journey, our students will be empowered to graduate from a 4-year university, and obtain their dream jobs. We will certainly encounter obstacles during this journey. We will embrace and overcome any challenges as a team and as a family by adhering to our rules: Listen. Respect. Work Hard.
The expectation is that 100% of Oak Park Prep students will attend and graduate from a four-year university. Students enter their seventh grade class through a door marked with the year they will graduate, not from high school, but rather from a four-year university.
Oak Park Prep teachers go above and beyond in the classroom with their students, but also in their own professional development and dedication to their passion. More time in the classroom for students also means more time on point for teachers. And just as with students and parents, Oak Park Prep’s teachers make that choice and commit to doing whatever it takes to ensure that all students have a chance to succeed.