Bending Oaks offers a traditional high school program in a small
- Grades 8-12
- Class sizes of 6
- Solid Academics
- Fun Electives
- Rock Band, Yoga, Art
- Limited Enrollment
- Flexible Scheduling
- School-Wide Field Trips
- Relaxed Atmosphere
- Accredited by AdvancED
- Founded 1985
- Year-Round Enrollment
Accreditation plays a very important part in your school choice.
is Accredited by AdvancED, and has been since we were founded in 1985.
AdvancED accredits some of the finest colleges and schools in the United States and the world. Accreditation by AdvancED ensures that course credit given by Bending Oaks will be accepted by all schools and colleges.
Bending Oaks is a limited-enrollment private high school located in Dallas, Texas. For 30 years Bending Oaks has provided a supportive learning environment that can rebuild a studentís confidence in their abilities, get them on track to graduate from
high school, and off to college. Contact
the school to discuss your situation. Enrolling now for Summer 2015 & Fall 2015
Part of our success at Bending Oaks is small classes. Within our daily format, teachers have the ability to help students one-on-one, as needed. Students interact with others in their own age group, creating a sense of belonging. Our program provides individual teacher attention, while incorporating the sharing of student ideas, in a small group setting. Learn more.
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"The best school ever! Prior to coming to Bending Oaks, my son struggled in school. We constantly had to hire tutors and seek out additional help. He (and us) were convinced that college was not in his future. After starting Bending Oaks that has all changed. Not only has his grades improved...so has his confidence level. Even better, he loves going to school now and is actually LEARNING. All the students bond and become a tight knit group which eliminates the typical stressors of the public school system and the teachers are the best. Thank you Bending Oaks. You have made a ROCK STAR out of my son who was convinced he wasn't smart enough to be successful."