Oaks Christian School produces several main publications each year, including our annual Stewardship Report, Lions Legacy magazine, Visual and Performing Arts booklet, Admissions Viewbook, and other printed and digital materials. Explore a few of our main publications here! Click on the images below to read each publication.
Lions Legacy Mission Report
The flagship magazine of Oaks Christian School, the annual Lions Legacy Mission Report is published in early June and chronicles the accomplishments of the just-concluded academic year and how the students, faculty and staff, and alumni lived out the OCS mission through academics, arts, athletics, and servant-leadership locally, nationally, and internationally.
Our Admissions Viewbook provides an overview of Oaks Christian School, including our values and Christian foundation. Our three pillars- academic excellence, artistic expression, and athletic distinction - are showcased in grades 5 through 12. Our international student program, college counseling, local and international educational and mission trips, and alumni are also featured.
Visual and Performing Arts
Published at the start of the academic year, our annual Visual and Performing Arts booklet showcases all the performing and visual arts events for the year for both the middle school and high school. Fall plays, spring musicals, art, film and photography exhibits are listed with complete descriptions, dates, times and ticket purchasing information.
The OCS annual stewardship report is our opportunity to thank our donors and volunteers who have helped support the mission of Oaks Christian School in the preceding fiscal year (July 1 through June 30). Through feature stories, donor lists, and financial information we honor those who invested in Oaks Christian while sharing the accomplishments of the preceding year.
Oaks Performing Arts Society
The Oaks Performing Arts Society (OPAS) brochure focuses on the philanthropic work of our performing arts booster parents, and the investments made that have enabled the program to thrive. An invitation is extended to anyone who would like to support the performing arts.