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OCSI High School Blog Posts

Helping students prepare for college, career, and citizenship

OCSI Connections: We want our students to be prepared for college, career, and citizenship. You might be wondering, "Well, how does OCSI prepare students for that?" Good question! Read on to find out. College: For [...]

We want our students to create ideas, products, solutions

At OCSI we want all of our students to create. Sometimes people hear that word create and think that it is only for artists. Or it is only about the real standouts, like Einstein and Thomas Edison. [...]

Students serve others

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Spirit Week goes well

High School Happenings: Spirit Week 2018 was a fun celebration of OCSI spirit! The dress up days were a wonderful way to show class unity. At the pep rally, the seniors showed their spirit by [...]

We want our students to create

At OCSI, we want our students to create. We want our students to serve others by creating ideas, products, and solutions. So, we ask our students to... Create and refine artworks in both conventional and innovative [...]

We want students to communicate truthfully and effectively

At OCSI, we want students to communicate truthfully and effectively. What do I mean? “Communicate” includes how we receive (listening, reading) and send (speaking, writing) communication. “Truthfully” includes integrity, accuracy, and alignment with what God [...]

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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 high school program includes Bible, core academics, electives (art, computer applications, music, woodshop), honors courses (English, math), Advanced Placement courses (English, math), online courses from Sevenstar, cocurricular program including sports and student government, and activities:

  • Year-round activities: Student Council, National Honor Society, chapel, homeroom
  • Fall activities: girls’ cross-country and volleyball, boys’ cross-country, school-start social, camp
  • Winter activities: girls’ basketball and cheerleading, boys’ basketball, banquet, spirit week, service week, science fair
  • Spring activities: girls’ soccer and track, boys’ soccer and track, athletic banquet, junior/senior banquet, senior trip, Japanese language speech contest

 Communication

We post grades online, email a school newsletter each month, and have conferences twice a year. We can be contacted by phone or email.