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Welcome to the official podcast of Oakcrest School, an independent school for girls in grades 6-12, located in Northern Virginia.

Latest Episodes

Logic & Rhetoric 101

Dean of Faculty and Curriculum, Elizabeth Black, gives Oakcrest parents their very own mini-class in Logic & Rhetoric, an essential class in our liberal arts curriculum.

35 MIN1 d ago
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Logic & Rhetoric 101

A Father's Role in Dating

Oakcrest alumna parent Michael Moynihan (Theresa, '18) shares his perspective on the awesome task of raising daughters and sons who embrace God's plan for human love and marriage. He includes thoughts about the complementary roles of both fathers and mothers. Your daughter can benefit tremendously from her father's strength and confidence. You can help raise her so that she judges any man who would aspire to date her by the standard of the gentleman she knows her father to be.

57 MIN1 w ago
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A Father's Role in Dating

Confident Parent Leadership

Parent partnership is foundational to the mission and philosophy of Oakcrest School. We are committed to supporting parents as the primary educators of their daughters. By offering inspiring speakers, classes, and spiritual help to our parents and their friends we assist parents in their noble mission of forming their daughters to be passionate, confident, empathetic and service-oriented leaders. Director of Parent Support Terri Collins dives into the philosophy behind Oakcrest's Parent Support Program, and describes the many exciting opportunities the school offers for parents.

15 MINSEP 21
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Confident Parent Leadership

Inspiring Faculty: A Hallmark of an Oakcrest Education

Science teacher Angela Fortunato, English and classical languages teacher Elizabeth Black, history teacher Ginny Boles and Theology teacher Holly Salls share how they tell the human story in each of their subject areas. They offer reflections on the many ways that a liberal arts education can tell the story of the human person and help students realize their own place in the narrative of human history. Discussion moderated byPaulaRondon-Burgos, Latin teacher.

18 MINMAR 22
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Inspiring Faculty: A Hallmark of an Oakcrest Education

The Second Greatest Story Ever Told: The Life of Cicero, Roman Statesman, Politician, and Friend

In an address given for Oakcrest's Fifth Annual O'Donovan Humanities Lecture, Oakcrest Classical languages teacher Paula Rondon-Burgos discusses the life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, a first-century B.C. Roman statesman. He provides a much-needed mirror for our times, one which reflects back the truth of the human person, both in its inherent fallibility and in its capacity for greatness. Introduction given by Mary T. Ortiz, Head of School.

50 MINMAR 22
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The Second Greatest Story Ever Told: The Life of Cicero, Roman Statesman, Politician, and Friend

Testing and Trickery: Love and Marriage in Homer's The Odyssey and Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice

English Master Teacher Lisa Kenna discusses what makes a comedy in literature. She delves into how both The Odyssey and The Merchant of Venice can be called comedies and some of the qualities both stories share.

51 MINFEB 21
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Testing and Trickery: Love and Marriage in Homer's The Odyssey and Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice

How to Parent Children with Their Temperaments in Mind

Dean of Studies, Dr. Edwina Maksym, examines the four temperaments—choleric, phlegmatic, melancholic and sanguine. She discusses their strengths and weaknesses and how we can make the best of our particular personalities by growing in virtue.

54 MINJAN 29
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How to Parent Children with Their Temperaments in Mind

Lost and Found

Oakcrest parent Amy Miller—mom to two current Oakies, one alumna and one future Oakie—talks about how she made the decision to send her daughters to Oakcrest and why she's so happy that she did.

7 MINJAN 16
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Lost and Found

Educating in Freedom

Dean of Students Ginny Boles speaks about the atmosphere of freedom that we cultivate at Oakcrest in everything we do. She delves into the crucial difference between training and educating and explains how our goal is to instill life principles in our students that they will carry with them when they graduate. The principles that they internalize here will ultimately help them choose the good from personal conviction, not a sense of forced obligation.

28 MINJAN 16
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Educating in Freedom

Sophia Miller Open House Speech

Sophia Miller ('23) speaks about her Oakcrest experience–what she loves about the school and how it has helped her grow as a person.

1 MIN2018 DEC 20
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Sophia Miller Open House Speech

Latest Episodes

Logic & Rhetoric 101

Dean of Faculty and Curriculum, Elizabeth Black, gives Oakcrest parents their very own mini-class in Logic & Rhetoric, an essential class in our liberal arts curriculum.

35 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Logic & Rhetoric 101

A Father's Role in Dating

Oakcrest alumna parent Michael Moynihan (Theresa, '18) shares his perspective on the awesome task of raising daughters and sons who embrace God's plan for human love and marriage. He includes thoughts about the complementary roles of both fathers and mothers. Your daughter can benefit tremendously from her father's strength and confidence. You can help raise her so that she judges any man who would aspire to date her by the standard of the gentleman she knows her father to be.

57 MIN1 w ago
Comments
A Father's Role in Dating

Confident Parent Leadership

Parent partnership is foundational to the mission and philosophy of Oakcrest School. We are committed to supporting parents as the primary educators of their daughters. By offering inspiring speakers, classes, and spiritual help to our parents and their friends we assist parents in their noble mission of forming their daughters to be passionate, confident, empathetic and service-oriented leaders. Director of Parent Support Terri Collins dives into the philosophy behind Oakcrest's Parent Support Program, and describes the many exciting opportunities the school offers for parents.

15 MINSEP 21
Comments
Confident Parent Leadership

Inspiring Faculty: A Hallmark of an Oakcrest Education

Science teacher Angela Fortunato, English and classical languages teacher Elizabeth Black, history teacher Ginny Boles and Theology teacher Holly Salls share how they tell the human story in each of their subject areas. They offer reflections on the many ways that a liberal arts education can tell the story of the human person and help students realize their own place in the narrative of human history. Discussion moderated byPaulaRondon-Burgos, Latin teacher.

18 MINMAR 22
Comments
Inspiring Faculty: A Hallmark of an Oakcrest Education

The Second Greatest Story Ever Told: The Life of Cicero, Roman Statesman, Politician, and Friend

In an address given for Oakcrest's Fifth Annual O'Donovan Humanities Lecture, Oakcrest Classical languages teacher Paula Rondon-Burgos discusses the life of Marcus Tullius Cicero, a first-century B.C. Roman statesman. He provides a much-needed mirror for our times, one which reflects back the truth of the human person, both in its inherent fallibility and in its capacity for greatness. Introduction given by Mary T. Ortiz, Head of School.

50 MINMAR 22
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The Second Greatest Story Ever Told: The Life of Cicero, Roman Statesman, Politician, and Friend

Testing and Trickery: Love and Marriage in Homer's The Odyssey and Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice

English Master Teacher Lisa Kenna discusses what makes a comedy in literature. She delves into how both The Odyssey and The Merchant of Venice can be called comedies and some of the qualities both stories share.

51 MINFEB 21
Comments
Testing and Trickery: Love and Marriage in Homer's The Odyssey and Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice

How to Parent Children with Their Temperaments in Mind

Dean of Studies, Dr. Edwina Maksym, examines the four temperaments—choleric, phlegmatic, melancholic and sanguine. She discusses their strengths and weaknesses and how we can make the best of our particular personalities by growing in virtue.

54 MINJAN 29
Comments
How to Parent Children with Their Temperaments in Mind

Lost and Found

Oakcrest parent Amy Miller—mom to two current Oakies, one alumna and one future Oakie—talks about how she made the decision to send her daughters to Oakcrest and why she's so happy that she did.

7 MINJAN 16
Comments
Lost and Found

Educating in Freedom

Dean of Students Ginny Boles speaks about the atmosphere of freedom that we cultivate at Oakcrest in everything we do. She delves into the crucial difference between training and educating and explains how our goal is to instill life principles in our students that they will carry with them when they graduate. The principles that they internalize here will ultimately help them choose the good from personal conviction, not a sense of forced obligation.

28 MINJAN 16
Comments
Educating in Freedom

Sophia Miller Open House Speech

Sophia Miller ('23) speaks about her Oakcrest experience–what she loves about the school and how it has helped her grow as a person.

1 MIN2018 DEC 20
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Sophia Miller Open House Speech