Oakridge Elementary is located in the east area of Granite School District. It was built in 1962 to serve the students east of Wasatch Boulevard in the Olympus Cove area. The school has 21 teaching stations, including one “rental” Montessori. Oakridge is an “Art Works for Kids” school and a recipient of the Beverly Taylor Sorenson Arts Learning Program grant which provides enrichment in the areas of music, dance, and fine arts. A music specialist, visual arts specialist, and dance specialist integrate the arts into core curriculum. The philosophy at Oakridge is to provide a well-rounded, enriched curriculum to help students reach their highest potential. Based on this philosophy, we have dedicated STEAM, reading, and community rooms. Oakridge was a ‘SMART Board Showcase’ school and was designated as a ‘National 2008 No Child Left Behind – Blue Ribbon School’. Oakridge test scores are among the highest in the state of Utah and across the nation.
Oakridge Elementary serves approximately 380 students from kindergarten through fifth grade.
Computers and Technology
Oakridge classrooms all have their own Chromebook carts providing one-to-one devices for each student. The school also has 36 HP computers in a computer lab, which temporarly is not used due to Covid. Technology equipment available to teachers and students include 22 coding robots and various STEM equipment. All classrooms have projectors, audio enhancement, document cameras, and SMART Boards to engage students in their learning.
Students promoted from Oakridge attend Churchill Junior High and Skyline High School.