Students: 150 | Faculty: N/A | Grades: 8-12 | Gender: Coed
Oak Hill Academy
The campus is located in the middle of the Blue Ridge Mountains where students can go on hikes and other outdoor adventures. The school has been open since 1878.
The classes are challenging. There are several courses that students are required to take as well as have the option to take.
From technology to health, students can make their schedule a well-rounded mix of courses that prepare them for their career.
Athletics and clubs are offered. Students may apply to the school online at any time of the year for consideration in the following school year. Financial aid is available.
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