The Oaks Christian School curriculum was created from the best programs across the nation, from experts who have become our department chairs, and others with vast experience. From grades five through twelve, students obtain thorough instruction in a core liberal arts curriculum with an emphasis on critical thinking, formulation and defense of ideas, and effective writing and speaking.
Small class sizes permit personal attention and interaction between teachers and students to enhance the academic journey. Most departments in our high school offer courses beyond the level of college preparation. Similarly, our Academy V program and middle school's academic rigor prepares students well for the demands of the high school curriculum. Also offered are advanced programs in visual and performing arts, a rich selection of honors and advanced placement courses, and other broad electives.
Using a semester system, students must earn 25 credits to graduate. Students are required to take seven classes per year in grade 9 and 10, six classes per year in grade 11 and at least five classes in grade 12.
- 4 years of English
- 3½ years of History & Social Sciences
- 3 years of Math
- 3 years of Modern & Classical Language
- 3 years of Natural Science
- 2½ years of Bible
- 4 semesters of Physical Education
- 1 semester of Academic Technology
- 1 semester of Health