Enrollment grows (again) by 50%

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Seven Oaks Classical School has seen exceptional growth for a second year in a row. This year's enrollment is up by 50% over last year's count, jumping from roughly 220 to 340. This is after growing approximately 40% the previous year from an opening enrollment of around 160 in 2016. Last year, this meant we were the fastest growing 'A'-rated charter school in the state. 

Not only is Seven Oaks growing in number, but it is also growing in grades. The school started in 2016 with kindergarten through 8th grade. Last year, it added 9th grade and this year 10th. The school will continue to add a grade each year until it offers a K-12 classical education. As a chartered public school, enrollment is open and parents pay no tuition. 

Notwithstanding this growth, the school is committed to remaining a community school. It plans to limit long-term growth. Seven Oaks want to become a school of around 700 students. The goal is 50-60 students at each grade level so that the education remains on a human scale and students are known by name.