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Oaks Christian School is an independent, co-educational, college-preparatory, non-denominational Christian school located in Westlake Village, California. We welcome students, grades 5-12, of all faiths and backgrounds to experience the depth and breadth of an OCS education. Apply now! As a premier college preparatory school...
Special Guest Tosses Game Coin
The Oaks Christian School varsity football team was honored to have Lucy Meyer, Special Olympics World Games Global Ambassador and the first official spokesperson of the Special Olympics–United States Fund for UNICEF partnership, serve as the honorary captain for the coin toss at the Oct. 2 game.
Lacrosse Trio Forms Powerful Coaching Staff
Oaks Christian School is positioning itself to become a leader in high school lacrosse as Geoffrey Sebold takes the helm as the OCS Lacrosse Operations Director and Jeremy Sieverts is named Men’s Lacrosse Head Coach. Along with returning Women’s Lacrosse Head Coach Devin Markle, the dynamic trio creates an A-team lacrosse coaching staff that will...
Team Malachi Joined Malibu Triathlon
Twenty-one Oaks Christian School faculty, staff, spouses and family members participated in the recent Malibu Nautica Triathlon, raising over $7,300 to benefit Children's Hosptial Los Angeles as part of September Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. The OCS contingent participated as Team Malachi...
Matthew Chen Honored at Aspen Music Fest
OCS alumnus Matthew Chen, Class of 2014, was selected to attend the recent Aspen Music Festival and School as a fellow through the Ruth Coates Roush Scholarship. Chen, who is a sophomore at The Juilliard School in New York, was also the featured student in the AMFS Student Spotlight publication...
Redell Field Honors Legendary Coach
Bill Redell is the stuff legends are made of and now he has the plaque to prove it. The much decorated and storied football coach was celebrated before the hometown crowd at the Oaks Christian football season opener against Notre Dame. The playing field in Thorson Stadium was named in his honor.