Creativity. Confidence. Community.Welcome to Oak Learners
Oak Learners is a not-for-profit Alternative School and Learning Centre, offering a full-time elementary day school as well as a wide variety of enrichment programming, including tutoring, music, art, outdoor education, dance, yoga, day camps and more.
B.A.S.E. CAMPBefore and After School Enrichment Program
Includes School Pick up/Drop off for:
George R Gauld, St Louis, John English, Second Street, Seventh Street, The Holy Trinity
Oak Learners offers PA Day, March Break and Summer Camp experiences throughout the year, designed to engage naturally inquisitive and active children.
At Oak Learners, we offer a unique and personalized approach to tutoring, which blends mentoring, mindfulness and academic support to ensure the best possible outcome for your child.
This program lays a strong foundation for a positive educational experience and a smooth transition to Kindergarten, fostering classroom skills and independence skills.
Mindfulness & Movement
Mindfulness and Movement programs are designed for the whole family. We teach children and adults alike how to quiet their minds, be in the present moment, and nurture their bodies from the inside out.
Our music lessons are unique and blend music theory with music that children will love to practice. Private Music lessons available in: Guitar, Piano, Vocal, Violin, Ukulele, Drums, Bass & more!
Before & After Care
B.A.S.E. Camp is our enriched Before and After School program, which offers care from 7:00-9:00am and 3:00-6:00pm as well as drop-off and pick-up to and from local schools.
A word from: Our Director
“At Oak Learners, we strive to create an engaging curriculum that is progressive, interdisciplinary, and most importantly student-driven. Not only are we an innovative not-for-profit learning centre, but we are also a team of leaders in the community, working to ensure all students are supported and cared for.
Raising resilient and successful children certainly does take a village! I love working together with parents to support their child’s education; in a true partnership between the school and families. Communication between home and school is paramount to a child’s success and we strive to demonstrate this value on a daily basis.”
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At its core, inclusivity means recognizing and valuing the diversity of our students and ensuring that each and every one of them feels welcome, supported, and included in our learning community. This includes students of all races, ethnicities, religions, genders, sexual orientations, and abilities.
Music has been used as a form of expression for centuries. It is a powerful tool that can convey emotions and feelings in both a verbal and non-verbal setting. Learning to play an instrument allows individuals to express themselves in a limitless creative way, providing a sense of fulfillment and accomplishment. This is especially important for children and teenagers who may struggle expressing themselves or have many stressors and anxiety in their life.
As parents and educators, we all want our students to succeed in high school and beyond. At Oak Learners, we believe that small class sizes play an integral role in preparing students for success in their academic journey. In this post, we will explore and outline the benefits of smaller class sizes and how they can impact high school preparation.