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Oakbrook's Robo-Knights headed to FLL state championship Saturday
Oakbrook's middle school Robotics team will compete in the FIRST Lego League state championship Saturday at Easley High School.
Oakbrook students named as finalists in national essay competition
The Atlantic Institute names three Oakbrook students as finalists in annual essay competition to promote dialogue among people of different cultures and beliefs.
Oakbrook to host First Lego League Regional Qualifier this Saturday
Oakbrook will compete against more than 30 teams to be among the eight to advance to the state championship.
21st Century Skills with a Purpose: Oakbrook students raise more than $5,000 through Christmas Missions Bazaar
Our Five Talents, Oakbrook’s student-led giving foundation comprised of 6th, 7th, and 8th graders, raised more than $5,000 that will go towards helping students and teachers support projects that are specifically designed to carry out the Gospel both locally and globally. The foundation’s name is based on Matthew 25 The Parable of the Talents, which encourages Christians to use their individual gifts to serve others.
I AM HIS: Lower School students learn what it means to find their Identity in Christ
Children in preschool through fourth grade are learning not only know who God is, but understanding who they are in Christ - created by Him with purpose and loved unconditionally.
AP Capstone gaining momentum throughout the U.S.
"AP Seminar and AP Research are terrific classes that prepare students to think in non-formulaic ways," says Stuart Scmill, Dean of Admissions at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.