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Oak Hill Elementary
oakhill.gcsnc.com/pages/Oak_Hill_Elementary | 336-819-2925
About The School
Children will be able to pick up meals Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Oak Hill Elementary. Any children ages 0 to 18 will pick up their lunch for the day and breakfast for the following morning.
Oak Hill Elementary challenges students academically and provides meaningful academic opportunities to promote a high-quality learning environment. Oak Hill strives to support each student’s success with the support of family and community partnerships.
Special Academic Programs
PBIS Model School- Through PBIS, Oak Hill creates safer and more effective schools. The PBIS program teaches and supports positive behavior for all students and all staff.
Career & Technical Education (CTE) Opportunities
Swimming (2nd Grade)
Golf - First Tee (4th Grade)
Honors & Recognition
2019 High Point - Guilford County Kids, Cans, and Cash Champions
2016 North Carolina School of Character
2016 National School of Character
2019 Oak Hill Teacher of the Year - Hope Heverly
2019 Extraordinary Educator - Jakima Ledbetter
Check out Jakima's Amazon Wish List here!
2020 Extraordinary Educator - Ebonie Jones
2021 Extraordinary Educator - Caitlyn Polito
2018 GCS Elementary Teacher of the Year - Jakima Ledbetter
2016 GCS Teacher of the Year - Fanisha Fuller
NCAE Teaching Excellence Award – Ms. Sabrina Peacock 3rd Grade Math Teacher
Clubs & Sponsored Teams
Morning Show News Crew
GoFar (Running Club)
High Point LEAP
Kindness Project (Hurricane Dorian efforts)
Contact the school directly for more information regarding specific community service projects.
After School Care
Oak Hill does not have an ACES program, but students attend some of the following after school programs:
Ward Street Boys and Girls Club
Salvation Army Boys and Girls Club
Carl Chavis YMCA
320 Wrightenberry St., High Point, NC 27260