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We want our students to communicate

At OCSI, we want our students to communicate. We want our students to communicate truthfully and effectively. So, we ask our students to... Use language and art to communicate about and through art. Read the [...]

Secondary students participate in events

DFS Okinawa Art Project Okinawa Christian School International's high school art class and National Honor Society members painted a bird under the theme of "underwater castle"(震殿) for the DFS store. DFS Okinawa (Duty Free Shoppers [...]

Secondary music students do radio theater

Secondary music students performed a radio-theater version of A Christmas Carol, complete with dramatic readings, sound effects, and songs like "We Need a Little Christmas, "Carol of the Bells," and "You Are the Savior of [...]

Focusing on helping students collaborate effectively and respectfully

OCSI Connections: OCSI focuses on collaboration. We focus on helping students collaborate effectively and respectfully. It's good to see: Kindergarteners reading to a partner during Daily 5. First grade writers getting feedback from a partner before [...]

We want our students to collaborate

At OCSI, we want our students to collaborate. We want our students to collaborate effectively, respecting others as God's image bearers. So, we want our students to... Work productively in groups to focus ideas and [...]

We want students to think critically

Information is important, and thinking critically with and about information is also important. We want our students at OCSI to think critically. What, exactly, is critical thinking? The authors of Making Thinking Visible identify activities [...]

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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.