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Oak View Elementary

About The School

GCS Grab-and-Go Site
Children will be able to pick up meals Monday through Friday from 11 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Oak View Elementary. Any children ages 0 to 18 will pick up their lunch for the day and breakfast for the following morning.

Oak View Elementary’s promise is “Preparing Tomorrow’s Leaders Today!” Each staff member is devoted to helping each student reach their highest potential by focusing on Common Core, character education, and leadership.

Special Academic Programs

Maker Space:

Students work with Legos, a 3-D printer, a Green screen, technology and engineering tools. Students are able to attend UNCG’s summer Maker Camp to learn even more about creating.

Arts Integration School (AIA):

Arts integration is an approach to teaching and learning through which content standards are taught and assessed equitably in and through the arts. Using the Maker Space and Piano Lab, students are able to learn while also using their creative outlets.

Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Cohort School:

Social and Emotional Learning is the process through which children and adults understand and manage emotions, set and achieve positive goals, feel and show empathy for others, establish and maintain positive relationships, and make responsible decisions. Students learn how to be proactive as well as to work with others. As a leadership school, students have multiple opportunities to show their leadership skills by running awards programs and parent events.

Career & Technical Education (CTE) Opportunities

Maker Space

Fine Arts

Dance (Step Team)
Music (Beartones)
Piano Lab
Theater (Bears on Stage)


Go Far Running Program

Honors & Recognition

Oak View has received the Green Ribbon Award from the N.C. Department of Public Instruction for the successful implementation of the Positive Behavior Intervention and Support (PBIS) program for the past 5 years in a row.

2015 Promising Practice School by the Department of Public Instruction Schools of Character

2017 State School of Character

2019 Extraordinary Educator - Candice Scott
2020 Extraordinary Educator - Nikkia Mack
2021 Extraordinary Educator - Gina Sanchez

2020 Debby Reynolds Award Recipient: Patricia Wallace

Clubs & Sponsored Teams

Battle of the Books
Girls STEM Group
Boys READ (Reading Everyday All Day) Group

Contact the school directly for more information and a list of clubs and sponsored teams.

Community Service

Contact the school directly for more information regarding specific community service projects.

After School Care

After-School Care Enrichment Services (ACES) provides quality, affordable, and convenient after-school care for K-5 students. The Oak View Elementary ACES program, offered in collaboration with Florence Elementary and hosted at the Florence Elementary campus, is offered every day that school is in session until 6 p.m. On some teacher workdays, designated as ACES All-Days, the program operates from 7:30 a.m. until 6 p.m. To receive more information regarding enrollment, costs (DSS subsidies accepted), please contact the school-based ACES site coordinator: Crystal Lee - 336-819-2953.

Oak View University, an after school learning program, is also available for the students. Contact the school for more information about this program.


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614 Oakview Road, High Point, NC 27265
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