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OCSI Elementary Blog Posts

We are off to a good start!

It's great to see our students using the new playground equipment. OCSI Connections: Classes started on August 21, and things are going well: We have over 425 students—thanks for continuing to recommend OCSI! PreK-grade [...]

Thank you for partnering with us

Elementary Connections: Thank you, families, for partnering with us to equip your children to walk with God and impact the world for Him. This school year brings with it numerous exciting changes that will help [...]

Students celebrate at promotion ceremonies

At the June 12 kindergarten promotion ceremony, students sang “The Phonics Song,” recited the Lord’s Prayer, sang "First Grade, First Grade," and received their diplomas. Also on June 12, the OCSI community celebrated with 5th grade [...]

Summer is almost here

Elementary Connections: Summer is almost here! It’s been a great school year here at Okinawa Christian School International and we’re looking forward to welcoming you all back in August for the start of the 2018-2019 [...]

Let’s celebrate growth!

Annual Report 2018: Elementary (Head of School • Secondary • Business Manager • Board) I’m thankful to be a part of this school community and excited to share all of the growth we made in the elementary program this year. [...]

Helping children follow Jesus and impact the world for Him

Elementary Connections: OCSI desires to help each child follow Jesus and impact the world for Him. We are privileged to share the love of Jesus and help your children develop godly character everyday. Through Bible [...]

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Our Program

Our classes are taught in English, and we use an American-style program that addresses the whole person, is Biblically based, recognizes all truth is God’s truth, emphasizes sharing the Gospel and discipleship, and encourages Biblical thinking and living.

Our elementary program includes Bible, core academics, specialist instruction (art, computer applications, Japanese language, music, physical education, library skills), and activities:

  • Year-round activity: chapel
  • Fall activities: zoo trip (grade 1), cave visit (grade 3), Neo Park (grade 4), camp (grades 4-5)
  • Winter activities: Christmas program, kite day, character parade, aquarium visit (grade 2)
  • Spring activities: field day, kid city (grades 1-2), culture fair (grades 3-5), book fair (grades 3-5), authors’ tea (grades 4-5)

Communication

We post grades online, email newsletters, and have conferences twice a year. We can be contacted by phone or email.