Oak International College promotes art culture in a vibrant and inclusive manner. Our students are creative and talented in music, theater, dance and visual arts and Sciences.
Masters of Dance
Instructors at Oak group of schools expose students to diverse dance and choreography as they explore dance as a language.
Creative thinking skills are developed through dance, as well as learning the value of discipline, commitment and work ethic. Self-confidence develops as young people overcome challenges to master new goals, learning to apply themselves and accomplish any task put before them.
Dance teaches children about music, rhythm and beat. Students also have a better understanding of spatial relationships and learn to think with both sides of their brain. All these skills enhance a child’s academic performance, as well as their physical well-being.
The ensemble programs at Oak International College and Oak Kiddies Cottage, both instrumental and choral offer numerous performance opportunities to all students despite their level of expertise.
Art and Craft
Oak International Collage offers advanced studio course for uppers and seniors, which includes visits to museums and a student-designed capstone project and exhibition.
Art is important because it encompasses all the developmental domains in child development. Art lends itself to physical development and the enhancement of fine and gross motor skills. For instance, when kids work with play dough, they fine-tune their muscle control in their fingers.
All manipulative movements involved in art help develop hand and finger muscles that are needed to properly hold and use a pencil.