Oakview Preparatory School

NEWS - O.P.S SCHOOL NEWS


STEM LOGO ROBOTICS 

Oakview Preparatory School will introduce into its school curriculum the STEM Logo Robotics program. The program will be part of the grades six (6) to eight (8) curriculum.

The aim is to equip our students with the technology necessary at this level so they can be prepared to advance as "tomorrow’s creative problem-solvers". The STEM Lego Robotics program will provide the students participating in the program with the foundational STEM knowledge and skills needed to become innovative and imaginative thinkers.

"LEGO® Education helps make abstract STEM concepts tangible by taking teaching out of the textbooks and putting it into the hands of our students. Doing so creates a better understanding of STEM subjects while building 21st-century skills."


We anticipate the demand for this course will be high when it is launched. We advise those parents interested in enrolling their child/children to enroll as soon as enrollment opens. 

News Story for January 30, 2017
GOSPEL EXPLOSION XIII

Plans are gaining momentum as the Oakview Preparatory School prepares for its 13th annual gospel concert dubbed “Gospel Explosion XIII (13) to be held March 4, 2017, at the DeWitt Clinton High School in the Bronx.

This event is the second of the school’s two major public performances held each school calendar year. The first is its annual Fall Festival held each December which is an opportunity for classes to showcase their drama and vocal skills.

The Gospel Explosion concerts occur March each year, and is the event 
for the school’s musical
choirs to bless the audience with their vocal proficiency; supplemented by entertainment from invited guest performers.    
This year the concert will be held again at the Dewitt Clinton High School located at 100 West Mosholu Parkway in the Bronx, 10468. Doors open at 6:30 PM 


We encourage you to get your tickets as soon as they are available because they go fast and you will be greatly disappointed if you miss this event brought to you by the students, faculty, and staff of the Oakview Preparatory School.

You can call the school’s office at 914.423.7369 to know when tickets will be available. See you at Gospel Explosion XIII! 


News Story for January 18, 2017
FALL FEST 2016
On Sunday, December 4th, 2016 the Oakview Preparatory will again present its annual Fall Fest program at the Dewitt Clinton High School, located in the Bronx.

The program is one of school's major public events each year; with the others being its annual Gospel Explosion Concert in March, Orchestra Recital in June and its Senior Class graduation and Pre-K and Kindergarten advancement also in June.

Each year the various classes (grades Pre-K to eight) have the opportunity to showcase the musical and dramatic talents of the Oakview Preparatory School's students.  

With a focus on a 
chosen theme, each class depicts a dimension of that theme by use of a dramatic presentation which complimented by songs, poems or choral speaking.

Parents, 
relatives and the general public are invited to watch the production, which indeed is an amazing event. Funds from this production are utilized by the school to undertake capital projects.   

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 to see this year's rehearsal video



News Story for November 30, 2016
Chauncey Ray Billups visits o.p.s



In the above picture, Principal Eric Imbert shares a pictorial moment with retired American professional basketball player Chauncey Ray Billups who visited Oakview Preparatory School for a special event.

Billups who played 17 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA), is a five-time NBA All-Star and a three-time All-NBA selection. Chauncey is working with the local Yonkers community and with the support of Oakview Preparatory School to revitalize the community.

Chauncey Ray Billups played for the Celtics, Toronto Raptors, Denver Nuggets, Minnesota Timberwolves, Detroit Pistons, New York Knicks, Los Angeles Clippers and Team USA. He won the NBA Finals MVP in 2004 after helping the Pistons beat the Los Angeles Lakers in the Finals and was given the nickname "Mr. Big Shot" for making late-game shots with Detroit.


News Story for April 2015