Welcome to Oak View High School !  We offer an alternative education for high school students in grades 10-12.  Oak View has three classrooms, an administrative and counseling building and athletic fields adjacent to our bungalows.  Most students enroll to catch up on credits and to have a smaller, more personalized high school experience.  Oak View is fully accredited (licensed) and is distinguished as a model continuation high school. 

    Our school has 3 experienced and dedicated teachers, a principal, a  counselor and an office manager.  The dedication and commitment of our teachers and staff makes Oak View a special place for students to become very successful.  We strive to reignite a love for learning within each student.  We work very hard to build a sense of  “school family,” as students demonstrate care and respect for one another. Oak View is known for maintaining high expectations and clear goals and objectives for students in a supportive environment.  Problems normally associated with high school settings can largely be avoided. At Oak View High, one will find positive conflict resolution, appropriate behavior and language, a strong work ethic, a unified and knowledgeable staff, close relationships with and among students, and a positive, safe and healthy environment.

    Our teachers are designated as 21st Century instructors, with expertise in bringing cutting edge technology in to the learning experience.  Our school counselor provides expert support for personal, social and career/college planning issues.  Our computer-based Naviance career/college program allows students to understand themselves better and to identify their learning profiles and how to plan for the next steps after high school.  Individualized and small-group counseling is available each day.

    Please take the time to learn more about our school program by clicking on the links on the left Site Shortcuts menu. 
    You may also download a presentation that gives a brief summary of Oak View High School


    Kent Cromwell

Last Modified on December 6, 2022