About This School
Rosemary Moore founded The Village School in 1992 with 18 students in the basement of a church, although no affiliation with a particular church guided the school's direction or growth. Her vision was to create a cross-cultural school where children from various denominations were united by their willingness to work and to learn.
When Mrs. Moore founded the school, she never intended for the school to continue beyond grade five. Due to the tremendous support and insistence from parents, it was decided that the Village School would become a true college preparatory school and continue through grade 12.
In 2005, six students started a tradition by being Oakbrook's first graduating class. As of 2009, 76 students have left a legacy at Oakbrook Preparatory School. The legacy continues....
In 2010, Oakbrook Preparatory School had 10 students for every full-time equivalent teacher. The South Carolina average is 16 students per full-time equivalent teacher.
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