Oakmont Education is dedicated to changing lives and communities by transforming underserved students through the power of education, and we cannot be silent in the face of injustice. While we haven't all experienced racism firsthand, many Oakmont team members have, and those who haven't have witnessed for many years the immense challenges our students are face with due to the systemic issues of racism in our country. We believe education is power, but we've also been reminded by the tragic deaths of George Floyd and so many others that "education" must go far beyond what happens in the classroom. Education is fundamental to combating racial inequality and, to that end, Oakmont has followed in the footsteps of the National Alliance of Public Charter Schools and donating $5,000 to the Equal Justice Initiative. We mourn the unjust deaths of George Floyd and many others. We stand in solidarity with his family, friends, and thousands of Black and Brown students and professionals we work alongside each and every day.

Distinct Approach

Our organization is designed to support the evolving needs of our students nationwide as they chart their own course and own their own future.


We have built an organization that is flexibile and resilient, equipped to adapt to meet the changing needs of our student and communities.


We work directly with employers and partners in every region we operate, connecting emerging talent with dedicated employers.


This year, Oamont Education schools helped 2,800 students earn more than 7,900 credits and 800 student graduate high school.

"I chose to come to here because I know that I'll be someone who's going to be successful in future; someone who can help other people and my community. But most importantly because I have a dream."


The stories and experiences that motivate our amazing staff members to show up for our students and our communities, in big ways and in small ones.

Mrs. Harris, Community Health & Wellness Teacher at Franklinton Prep High School