Free Money for Oakwood


Log into your Amazon account, go to Settings, click on Amazon Smile, add “The Oakwood School” as your charity, turn your phone / device to “ON” and start shopping! A portion of every eligible purchase will be credited to our school! It’s FREE money for Oakwood and easy to use. You will need to update these settings twice a year for Oakwood to continue receiving these funds.


Go to the Harris Teeter Together in Education website, register your VIC card to The Oakwood School #3523, and start shopping. Every time you get groceries at Harris Teeter, Oakwood will receive a small portion of the sale! Make sure to re-link your VIC card every year.

Sign up on BTFE.COM and add Oakwood as your school. “Scan” your receipt instead of clipping! If you do have Box Tops clips, send them in a plastic bag to school with your student to give to the Main Office.

College Placement Resource Center

Oakwood’s first senior class graduated in 2009. Since then our students have proven the strength of our program through their outstanding college placement record.



Michelle Graziosi, College Counselor

After graduating with her masters in clinical psychology at ECU, Michelle taught in the Mental Health program at Lenoir Community College. After her children were born she was a part-time instructor at Pitt Community College and a psychological associate in private practice. She is currently school counselor and college counselor at Oakwood. She also is the advisor of Girl Talk, a club in which Oakwood high school girls mentor younger girls at the school. In addition she teaches a class to juniors and seniors at the Upper School to provide additional guidance in the college search and application process. One exciting part of her job is visiting colleges around the country so that she can build ties with admissions counselors and learn more about the educational opportunities for our students. She has two children, one who graduated from Oakwood in 2015 and one who will graduate in 2020.

To view helpful links and resources, check out the College Counseling Corner Facebook Page.