OSA Diversity Statement

Oakland School for the Arts is an artistic and intellectual community founded on diversity and inclusion. OSA embraces differences in culture, race, ethnicity, gender expression & identity, sexual orientation, Specific Educational needs, ability, socio-economic status, religion, nationality, immigration status, age, body type, and the many forms of life experience present in our community. All OSA stakeholders will promote these core values in practice and behavior.

2018-2019 Calendar is available!
Here are some key dates:
8/20/18                      First Day of School
11/19/18 - 11/23/18   Thanksgiving Holiday
12/24/18 - 1/4/19       Winter Break
3/25/19 - 3/29/19       Spring Break
5/31/19                      Last Day of School
6/3/19                        Graduation (Tentative)

Upcoming Events:

Aug. 6, 11:30am      Come meet OSA Alumnus Tony Award Winning Ari'el Stachel
Aug. 14, 3pm          New Family Orientation (Grades 7th, 8th, 10th, 11th, 12th)
Aug. 15, 3pm          All 6th Grade Family Orientation
Aug. 16, 3pm          All 9th Grade Family Orientation
Aug. 20, 8:10am     FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL (Full day - 3:10 MS & 4:15pm HS)
Aug. 21, 7pm         APT Konstella Training Session
Aug. 29, 6:15pm     OSA Board of Directors Meeting, 1922 Telegraph Rm. 408
Aug. 30, 7pm          APT Konstella Training
Sept. 5, 6pm          College Counseling Night

Lunch Menu (August)


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vm masterclass
OSA Vocal had the honor of having two members from Beyonce's band come and give a Masterclass on Friday, September 16th to our high school Vocal students.  Victoria Theodore (Keyboards - Beyonce, Stevie Wonder, Arsenio Hall) and Crystal Collins (Background singer - Beyonce, Mary Mary, Kim Burrell, Chaka Khan, and actor for Tyler Perry) spoke to students for an hour about life in the music industry.