Oakland School and Camp | Summer Programs

Oakland School and Camp


Oakland's highly individualized program, which features one-on-one instruction, emphasizes the improvement of reading written language, phonics, word analysis, math and study skills. The summer session serves all boys and girls including those with learning disabilities (including nonverbal learning disabilities), visual and auditory processing disorders, attentional disorders and organizational difficulties. Recreational activities on the 450-acre campus include swimming, sports, art and music instruction, and horseback riding.

General Info

Name Oakland School and Camp
Location Keswick, VA
Year-round Contacts 434-293-9059
Program Focuses & Features ADD, ADHD, Archery, Basketball, Cooking, Crafts, Dyslexia, Equestrian, Expository Writing, Fishing, Golf, Hiking, Lacrosse, Learning Disabilities, Music, Photography, Riding, Soccer, Softball, Swimming, Tennis, Volleyball, Wilderness Camping
Grade Range (rising grades) 1-8
Age Range Residential — Coed Ages 8-14; Day — Coed 6-14
Application Deadline Rolling
Director Carol Williams, Head of School
Residential Fee $7200, 5 weeks.
Day Fee $4200, 5 weeks.
Year Established 1950
Dates & Sessions June-Aug; 1 session, 5 weeks long


Carol Williams, Head of School