The T. Boone Pickens Science Center offers laboratories with all the latest resources to provide a great multi-sensory learning environment.

The T. Boone Pickens Science Center is an environmentally-friendly 3,300 sq. foot facility made from sustainable materials, featuring SMART boards, geothermal heating and cooling system, rainwater harvesting bins, skylights and solar tubes, tankless water heaters, drought-tolerant native landscaping and other amenities.


Oak Hill Academy thanks the following donors for their generous support of the Science Center.

T. Boone Pickens

The George and Fay Young Foundation

The Hillcrest Foundation, funded by Mrs. W.W. Caruth, Sr.

The Hoblitzelle Foundation

The Meyer-Levy Foundation/Jean Karotkin

The Rees-Jones Foundation


Carole and Cliff Hill                                      Carol and Bill Pickens

                             Bryan and Lee Newberry Jones                        Renie Randall

Peter Works-Leary                                       Diane and David Siebert

Jean and Larry Makel                                  Eletha and Arrvel Wilson

Patty and David Miller                                  Nan Works and Steve Leary

Jerry Newberry                                             Sally and Barney Young

Denise and Allen Paxton                            Mary and Keith Young

The Science Center features original beams paired with new construction sustainable materials
One of the classrooms in the Science Learning Center
With the Science Porch addition, students experience science lessons indoors and outdoors
Student managed Koi Pond at Oak Hill Academy
View of the T. Boone Pickens Science Learning Center
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