Category Archives: Arts

Winter Concert to Feature Songs By Bublé, Chili Peppers

By Amanda Malnik On Sunday, Dec. 15 at 3 p.m., Oak Hall students from sixth to 12th grade are performing holiday songs at a family-friendly winter concert in the Oak Hall theater for the local community to enjoy. Numerous songs, chosen by Middle and Upper School music teachers Jason Stahl and Dr. Domonique Clance, will be performed by all students enrolled

Read more

Homecoming Week Activities…Saturday!!

If you would like a copy of any of the pictures, please e-mail with the day of the week, category, column, and row (or, you can count which number the picture is from the first one of the category). We wish there was an easier way to tell us which picture(s) you would like, but currently, there isn’t. We

Read more

Students Bring Roald Dahl Book to Life

By Jenna Poppell For the second year in a row, Brooke Molitor, Oak Hall’s Fine Arts Chair, with assistance from Lower School music teacher Erin Cushing, Upper School music teacher Dr. Dominique Clance, and Oak Hall alumni Lauren Wilkinson as assistant director, is producing an all-school musical, premiering Oct. 10. This year’s musical is a version of Roald Dahl’s book, Matilda, and

Read more

Arts Conservatory Program: Nine Years Along, Still Going Strong

By: Mary Madelyn Broom Oak Hall’s Arts Conservatory Program (ACP) is proudly entering its ninth year of establishment, with Upper School students showcasing their various talents in weekly performances. The ACP, as detailed on the Oak Hall website, “is an advanced track program that allows students to concentrate in theater, music, or visual arts” and is “designed to enhance students’ problem-solving

Read more

Preview: Fall for the Arts Homecoming Night

On Oct. 18, the Oak Hall community is joining together for an epic homecoming celebration, complete with Eagle (temporary) tattoos and pompoms! Benefiting the Oak Hall Annual Fund, in turn benefiting Oak Hall students, the Fall for the Arts Homecoming Night extravaganza will transform the traffic circle between the Upper and Middle School into one, large, spirit party. Prior to

Read more
Recent Entries »