Faculty Stories

Mr. Lauterbach Inspires Students to Learn for the Sake of Learning

For English and Music teacher Nick Lauterbach, encouraging his students to think deeply, read, write, and discuss things in a meaningful way is incredibly rewarding.

Mr. Hill on How Oak Hill Supports Students through the Entire College Admissions Process

Chris Hill, college advisor, supports students every step of the way through the college admissions process. Hear about one-on-one time with college advisors and how the college lab builds relationships with institutions, parents, and students.

Mrs. Dacons on Learning Support at Oak Hill

Martha Dacons, learning specialist at Oak Hill, teaches Applied Learning Strategy classes. She works with students on an individual basis who struggle academically, helping them prepare for college by gaining skills and becoming more independent.

Mr. Conley on the Benefits of Small Class Sizes & Community

Math and Leadership teacher Clif Conley on how Oak Hill’s small class sizes facilitate finding ways to connect with students and build relationships within their close-knit community.

Ms. Corrine Johnson on Teaching Women’s Studies

Corrine Johnson, English and Speech teacher, on how women’s studies is an option for an English credit.

Mrs. Groves on How Oak Hill Provides Counseling Support

Hear from Mrs. Groves, Counselor at Oak Hill, on how her office provides counseling support for students in a number of ways including coordinating with outside counselors and doctors to ensure uninterrupted care.