OCS Senior Earns Congressional Gold Medal
Oaks Christian High School Senior Elizabeth Sams was presented the Congressional Youth Gold Medal by Congressman Ted Lieu, D-Los Angeles County, in recognition of her outstanding achievement in personal development in community service and the arts. Sams was recognized...
Graduates Commissioned to Use Gifts, Abilities
The 2016 Oaks Christian School senior class was commissioned to go out it into the world and be a bunch of nuts. “I commission you for life after high school to go out and be a nut that will save people when they fall,” said keynote speaker Dr. Jon Wallace, president of Azusa Pacific University, referring to a chock stone, metal wedge threaded...
"Pippin" Wins Best Costume at Jerry Hermans
The OCS Theatre Production of "Pippin" won Best Costume at the Jerrry Herman Awards, the distinguished awards for high school musicals! OCS students performed the opening scene "We've Got Magic to Do," on the Pantages stage for the 5th Annual Jerry Herman Awards. Pippin was also nominated in six other...
Lions Sweep T&F Finals, Girls 3-peat Winners
Cerritos College played host to the CIF SS Track & Field Divisional Finals, and once again Oaks Christian High School took center stage. The girls won their third consecutive CIF SS team title tallying a total of 122 points which was a staggering 82 points more than the nearest opponent and exceeded their own CIF SS Division 4 record set last year...
Power Pop Team Takes The Lions Share
The innovators of OCS student startup “Power Pop” proved they had the chops to walk away with the lions share at the OCS Entrepreneur Program's final competition, “The Lions Share,” the showcase of the yearlong program where students learn what it takes to launch a startup and how to successfully pitch their ideas.
Relay For Life Exceeds Goal
OCS sophomore Michael Marker started a new club on campus this year to fight cancer. Partnering with the American Cancer Society, he launched a “Relay for Life” club which raised over $14,000 in its inaugural event on campus in May,exceeding the desired goal of $10,000...