Student Leadership-Advisory

Leaders are made at Oak Hills Terrace!!

Welcome to Oak Hills Terrace Student Leadership-Advisory program, a place where students have opportunities to become world-changers!

Why Student Leadership??

        Creating community: forming a space at OHT where students feel that they belong

        Academic advisement: building our students’ capacity to achieve their very best as learners and future leaders

        Postsecondary planning: incorporating goal-setting and career planning to help students create a vision for their future

        Social-Emotional learning: fostering a sense of well-being, strengthening students’ social, emotional, behavioral, and cognitive competencies

        Building a Supportive School Community: sponsoring service learning projects and developing teachers to become effective facilitators 

Our Oak Hills Terrace Owls participate in class meetings, buddy class meetings, and service projects. Advisories will will also plan and sponsor two student-led conferences during the year. In addition, our campus will create dream boards.
Our campus is committed to celebrating success with the 6 Pillars of Character. To that end, we participate in the Spurs Reward program offered six times during the year, This program permits us to showcase an individual from each advisory for every pillar.

Young Gentlemen Club

Oak Hills Terrace is very excited to create a new organization available to 5th grade boys. This club promotes pillars of character among our gentlemen, as well as those reminders to be cooperative, accountable, and kind. Topics for discussion during the year include good behavior, college readiness, and community service. We will also sponsor guest speakers and, it is our hope, that the young gentlemen will wear a collared shirt and tie on those special days.

Dates to    Remember   

All Oak Hills students are encouraged to participate in our last service project of the year. During the week of May 22-26, students will have an opportunity to "purchase" an activity (such as wear a cap for the day). Proceeds will benefit Project Cool.


May is dedicated to the pillar of 



Highly successful leaders follow a set of ethical values we know as pillars of character!

   Trustworthiness     Respect 
     Responsibility      Fairness

If you have any questions about your child's advisory class, class meetings, or buddy class, please call

Front Office:  397.0550

  • Ms. Abelow's Room:

397.0550, X3149

  • Mr. Koog's Office: 


  • or you may FAX      



 2016-2017 Leadership Committee

Tawny Wagner
Shannon Finley
Amy Kimbrough
Tina Dudley
Emily Hall
Adria Wauson
Miriam May
Jason Birdwell
Allison Abelow
Tommy Koog