Oak Hall School
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|Oak Hall School|
1700 SW 75th Street, Gainesville, FL 32607
|School type||Independent preparatory|
|Motto||Scholarship, leadership, service|
|Grades||Pre-K through 12th|
|Color(s)||Burgundy and Gold|
|Rival||Saint Francis Catholic Academy|
The school was founded in 1970, when court orders required public schools to be racially integrated. Although technically a private school, the school was largely built with funds provided by industrial revenue bonds raised by Alachua County.
The school established a sister school relationship with the Changzhou #2 Middle/High School.
The school is sited on a 44-acre (18 ha) campus and includes a 400-seat theater, art and photography center, media center, science labs, gymnasium, lighted soccer field, lighted football field, and brand new tennis courts.
Athletics and extracurriculars
Oak Hall has a Spanish program and was placed first in Division 1A at the Florida State Spanish Conference in 2010. It also has a Latin program and was placed first in the Senior Division and first in the Junior Division at the 2010 FJCL State Forum held between April 14, 2010 and April 17, 2010. The Senior Division won again in 2012, 2014. 2015, and 2016. Its Certamen team has won multiple state and collegiate level tournaments.
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