Special thanks to the Robert E. and Evelyn McKee Foundation for donating 12 laptops and software.  This generous donation will provide another mobile computer lab for use by all grade levels.




Many thanks to the Hoblitzelle Foundation for the generous grant to repair our front gate and replace a broken HVAC system.  We could not do what we do without the support of our community.


Many thanks to the Perot Foundation for the generous donation of SMART Tables and iPad systems to Oak Hill Academy.  The new systems will be used to integrate interactive teaching tools in all curriculums and in every classroom.


Oak Hill Academy would like to thank The Rees-Jones Foundation for their generous support of our scholarship program.

Founded in 2006 by Jan and Trevor Rees-Jones, The Rees-Jones Foundation is a private foundation that works with non-profit organizations, primarily in North Texas, to serve others and improve their quality of life and life circumstances in tangible ways.  The Foundation works to: defend the welfare of children suffering from abuse or neglect, afford relief to those facing mental health challenges, provide youth with opportunities for enrichment and character development, encourage healthy families and communities, and promote the humane treatment of companion animals.

Oak Hill Academy is proud to announce we have been selected to be an Elizabeth Toon Charities grant recipient for 2012.  Join our school in supporting this wonderful organization in on May 3rd and 4th, for their 6th Annual Concert and Shootout.

Elizabeth Toon Charities is a Christian based 501 (c) (3) organization dedicated to serving children in need and their families throughout Texas.  The organization was inspire by the faith, hope and love of Elizabeth Toon.

Time Warner Cable is committed to inspiring the next generation of problem solvers by connecting young people to the wonders of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) across our footprint, and specifically here in Dallas. Time Warner Cable has already dedicated $100 million to connect young people to fun, engaging STEM opportunities through our philanthropic initiative, Connect a Million Minds, and now TWC presents Wouldn’t It Be Cool If… 

This new project is jointly presented by Time Warner Cable’s Connect a Million Minds and i.am FIRST, founded by artist, entertainer and entrepreneur will.i.am. Fahrenheit 212, a leading innovation firm, will help bring the winning idea to life.  To learn more about this exciting contest, please visit: www.wouldntitbecoolif.com