About Oak Hall
Founded in 1977
Affiliated with the Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma in 1990
Accredited by Southwestern Association of Episcopal Schools
OHES is accredited by the Oklahoma Department of Education as a private school
National Association of Independent Schools
National Association of Episcopal Schools
Great Expectations – OHES is a Great Expectations “Model” School
Oklahoma Private Schools Accreditation Commission
Commission of Episcopal Schools (Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma)
Ken Willy, Headmaster
Diocesan school (Episcopal Diocese of Oklahoma)
Three year old – Eighth Grade
23 full-time faculty & staff
6 part-time faculty & staff
66% of faculty hold advance degrees
Mission & Principles
Oak Hall is dedicated to the intellectual, creative, physical, social, emotional, and spiritual growth of each student to his or her potential within a Christian environment in the Episcopal tradition.
Oak Hall was established in 1977 as an independent, private school by a group of concerned parents who wanted a strong early educational background for their children. The first board of trustees rented St. Mary's Catholic Church's school facility. Oak Hall was housed there for 18 years.
Chapel services are held each morning at Oak Hall Episcopal School. On Wednesdays, students in Kindergarten through Middle School have a more in-depth, full Chapel service. Parents are always welcome to join their child(ren) for Chapel.
Faculty & Staff
The Oak Hall Alumni Association serves as a liaison between Oak Hall Episcopal School and its former students and our community, providing members immediate and direct contact with the school. The Alumni Association is a free of charge service, operated for the benefit of former students, the community and the school.