History

In February 2005, Baverstock Oaks School opened its doors to the then, new inhabitants of Flatbush.  The school is built on a 4.13 hectare site and is located on part of the original Baverstock family farm.  It was therefore only fitting that the school use the name of the prominent local family.

In the heart of the school are some large oak trees, originally planted by Charles Baverstock.  Planning the school’s buildings was carefully done to ensure the trees survived and the name Baverstock Oaks School, was chosen.

Arrow International was appointed by the Ministry of Education to complete the plans for the school with the assistance of Jasmax as architects.  The school started the building process with Block B, Administration Block and the Hall first.  Block C quickly followed and later block E, F & G