Community Service

Inspiring children to be responsible, compassionate members of society is integral to our program. Our students learn firsthand how their actions have a direct impact on the world around them. Through our Apostolic Works Program, Oak Hill students participate in a variety of community service projects designed to inspire them to make a difference in the world. For example, students save their money during Lent to support our Sacred Heart school in Uganda. 

At Oak Hill, students are actively involved in building a community where open communication, trust, and understanding are fostered as a vital part of our school culture. In this supportive environment, differences are appreciated and diversity is embraced. Students learn to act with open minds and open hearts.

Junior Kindergarten

Junior kindergarteners donate baby items to Birthright Counseling.

Kindergarten

Kindergarteners participate in Heifer International’s “Read to Feed” program as part of our school’s Eco-Literacy mission.

First Grade

First graders collect donations for families at the MAT Social Ministry Center located at St. Alphonsus Rock Church.

Second Grade

Second graders support the Sacre Coeur Hospital in Haiti. The students collect and pack newborn clothes and supplies to send to the children’s medical facility.

Third Grade

Third graders help at St. Patrick’s Center, “adopting” a family for Christmas.

Fourth Grade

Fourth graders collects new and used books for the Sunshine Ministries, Inc. book fair in March. In addition, students are responsible for keeping the campus litter free and Oak Hill's recycling program.

Fifth and Sixth Grade

Fifth and sixth graders “adopt” a grandparent from Mary Ryder Home, a nonprofit residential care/assisted living facility in St. Louis.

Student Council

In addition to our Apostolic Works, Oak Hill Student Council sponsors community service events throughout the school year.

"My son’s Kindergarten brain is clearly being stretched, which he loves! He tells us what he’s learning about the artist Piet Mondrain and his use of vertical lines; he greets us with “Bonjour” at breakfast time; he shares his enthusiasm for the probability games they play during math class; and he looks forward to building a volcano in science class. Thank you so much for all the joy you have brought to our home."  

~ Oak Hill Parent


  • Villa Duchesne and Oak Hill School
  • 801 South Spoede Road
  • Saint Louis, MO 63131-2699
  • (P) 314.432.2021
  • (F) 314.432.0199
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