The Oasis School is a non-profit, independent co-ed community Jewish High School, and will be located in Scottsdale, Arizona. The Oasis School is unaffiliated with any other organization, religious or secular.

The students and families of The Oasis School are committed to Jewish education. The students and families of The Oasis School are committed to rigorous secular education, and embrace those opportunities that lead to life-long learning.

In 2022-2023, Oasis will be offering a series of informal discussion groups, inter-generational programs and “social Sundays” for 7th through 9th graders.  In 2023-2024 we will open with a complete, formal high school curriculum for 9th and possibly 10th grade students.

We will open with a minimum of 8 students; we may take up to 24 students for the founding 9th grade class. Depending on interest, we may also open to incoming 10th graders in our inaugural year.

We will open for our 2022 Fall inaugural semester on the Ina Levine Jewish Community Campus.  See our recent press release for more details

Tuition for the 2023-2024 academic year will be $21,500. For those families seeking financial support, we will be working closely with a number of local Student Tuition Organizations. Please email us at admissions@theoasisschool.org to discuss how we can help make an Oasis School education affordable.

Students with an interest in applying may start the application process online by clicking here

The Oasis School curriculum, philosophically student-centric, employs a goal-centered process to support predefined outcomes. Some of the educational elements of education applied in our high school curriculum include, but are not limited to, seminar-style discussion, project-based learning, independent, student-directed inquiry, cooperative group and partner work, individually-paced skill building, integrated curriculum, expert guest teachers, community, organizational and academic partnerships, lengthy subject time blocks, goal-centric rubrics and a process of ongoing student evaluation with timely feedback. These educational elements are implemented in order to support an inspired, cooperative and high-achieving school community.

Much of the opportunities the students will engage in will be based on their interests, leadership and involvement. During our first few years, we will rely heavily on the surveying of incoming students to determine which sports and athletics teams will be developed, and the students will be named founders of many of the school’s trials of extracurricular activities, clubs, and athletics. The Oasis School is currently exploring partnerships with local facilities and organizations for after school club athletics, which may include basketball, swimming and water polo, as well as local club team sports and activities that are available at an elite level in proximity to the school, such as Jiu Jitsu, gymnastics, dance, classical ballet, hockey, soccer, flag football, volleyball, tennis, theatre and chess.

Oasis is considered an in-process school, to be accredited before the school’s first graduating class applies for college. The school has been and continues to maintain the appropriate documents required to continue the accreditation process.

The Oasis college advisory program begins in grade 9, so that their portfolios best support senior year letters of recommendation, and so that students design their goals and expectations.

Three years in the making, The Oasis School has developed relationships with most local Rabbis, community leaders and heads of Jewish organizations. We take pride in these strong relationships and plan to use these contacts to further educate families about Oasis and for recruitment of students.

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Non-Discriminatory Policy: The Oasis School admits students of any race, color, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. The Oasis School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.