Who We Are

One of the fastest growing schools in the State of Florida. An "A" rated  Florida High School with tremendous academics and an amazing athletic and educational facility. Our Boys Basketball team through its' continued mantra of the 3 C's: in the Classroom, in the Community, and on the Court have had tremendous success in this our 9th year.
Click on the above Baker Sporting Goods Logo or the Adidas Logo to be directed to the Oakleaf Boys Basketball regular season Team Store. 

Varsity and JV players you will find your Team Shoes that are mandatory for purchase at the top of the page. Please take a look at the new options for team gear in this years store. 
Thank you, to Dr. Eric Thompson and Oakleaf Family Chiropractic for becoming a GOLD Level Sponsor this season. Thank you so much for your support of the Oakleaf High School Boys Basketball Program.
​Congrats to Senior Deonte Sherwood on his commitment to Sage College (NY) to play basketball and pursue a degree in Nursing. 
Congrats to Jonathan Bryant II for committing to the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga on a basketball scholarship. Jon becomes the first Division I boys basketball signee in school history and only the third Clay county boys basketball player to sign out of high school in the last 11 years.
Congrats to the Varsity Boys Basketball Team for capturing the first District Championship in program history over Creekside 75-72.

Oakleaf HIgh School and Fleming Island High School Alumni that went on to play College Basketball that were Coached by Coach Jason Price.
Thank you from Oakleaf High School and the Boys Basketball Program for McDonalds of Fleming Island and Oakleaf for the financial donation to help repaint and resurface the gym floor. Special thank you to Jim Van Laere for spearheading this undertaking and all of the support we have received from him. Come out to the Palace of Oakleaf to see the McDonalds Court.
Thank you from Oakleaf High School and the Boys Basketball Program  to realtor Joe Tarver of Watson Realty for his financial donation which will go towards purchasing cushioned sideline chairs for the program.

What is Coming Up

​Boys Basketball -
Conditioning / Open Gym

Must turn in to Coach Price or Coach Brown a FHSAA Physical Form to Participate

Tuesday October 16th  6:00-8:00 pm
Thursday October 18th 6:00-8:00 pm
Monday October 22nd 6:00-8:00 pm
Thursday October 25th 6:00-8:00 pm
Monday October 29th 6:00-8:00 pm
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Congrats to the Boys Varsity for winning the Bozard Ford St. Augustine Holiday Tournament Championship game over Deland High School 60-59 on an OT put back layup by Dominique Mitchell as time expired. Jonathan Bryant II was named Tourney MVP. First Holiday or regular season tournament championship in school history.

Latest News

Congrats to Senior Deonte Sherwood on his commitment to Sage College (NY) to play basketball and pursue a degree in Nursing. 

Congrats to Oakleaf alumni Christian Larson for committing to play college basketball at Sage College (NY)

Congrats to Oakleaf alumni Jonathan Bryant II on his scholarship to play basketball and further his education at Tyler Junior College (TX)

Congrats to senior Deonte Sherwood on his 11 point and 5 assist performance in the 2018 Edward Waters College Senior All Star Game. He led the West squad to victory in the game.

Congrats to alumni Kevin Thomas-Griffin  on his college team West Virginia Tech University earning an at large bid to the NAIA National Basketball Tournament