Class of 2021

Freshmen

We have a number of exciting events for the next school year and are eager to welcome your freshman student to Oakton High School!

Please feel free to add yourself to our weekly Oakton Updates email lists online. We also welcome you to follow us on Twitter @oaktonhs or on Facebook at facebook.com/OaktonHS.

Save the Date! Rising Freshman Orientation

Please save the date for our rising Freshman orientation and Cougar Kickoff will be on Tuesday, August 22nd. We look forward to meeting our rising Freshman students that day! More details to come in July.

Summer Jump Start – August 8-10

Oakton High School’s 2017 Summer Jump Start Program for rising freshmen will be help August 8, 9, & 10 this year. The program is aimed at helping students adjust to a new school environment and culture. Each day will run from 9:00 AM to 2:00 PM and will consist of tours of the school, lessons planned by current faculty, and question & answer sessions with current students. Lunch will be provided each day from a local restaurant. The fee to enroll your child is $150 and checks can be made payable to Oakton High School and mailed to the school in care of Brandon McCulla, Jump Start Coordinator. All payments should be mailed in by July 31. Use the link provided to register your child for the program and if you have any questions, feel free to contact Brandon McCulla through email at bmmcculla@fcps.edu

Sports at Oakton High School!

If you’re interested in playing a sport at Oakton next year, we have a lot of information on our Oakton Athletics website. Go towww.oaktonathletics.org to download the OHS 2017-18 Sports, Coaches Contact information, and tryout information sheet. Go to Files and Links for this important information and to also download the VHSL Physical Form.

Parents of students coming from Franklin Middle School

Oakton High School is not part of the Chantilly Pyramid 1:1 initiative of FCPSOn. However, students may bring their own devices to Oakton as part of the FCPS Bring Your Own Device regulations. Student participation in BYOD is governed by the Student Rights and Responsibilities (SR&R) document. Parents and students are required to read and accept the acceptable use policy for student network access within the SR&R document. BYOD permission is now acknowledged by signing the parent or guardian signature sheet. As always, students should consult with their teachers first, to see how the device fits in their day-to-day instruction.

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