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Academic excellence means equipping students with 21st-century skills to navigate a rapidly changing world. From our youngest learners, all the way to our seniors, Oaks Christian is about purposeful learning that creates difference-makers.

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We are known for a rigorous, college-preparatory curriculum. But we know education is also about discovery, curiosity, and creativity. We engage our students in learning through collaborative and independent pathways. We believe the acquisition of knowledge is just the beginning: true learning occurs when knowledge is paired with empathy to positively impact the broader community.


The formative years in a student's life take place here and now: in elementary, middle school, and high school. The experiences and relationships they have now help shape their future and the foundation of a God-honoring life. Each of our programs provides an authentic, age-appropriate curriculum and opportunities to help students sharpen their intellect while developing cultural competence.

Discover the OCS Difference

Grade 4 / Academy V

Our fourth and fifth grade students thrive and explore through interactive,hands-on classrooms and special opportunities.

Grade 4  Academy V

Middle School

Students in grades 6 -​ 8 are all in and gaining confidence daily and discovering new ways to achieve, accomplish, and excel.

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High School

From freshmen to seniors, high school students are trailblazing, leading by example and impacting and influencing the world around them.

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Spaces Students Thrive

Middle School Complex

The modern middle school complex features unique grade-level pods, its own cafeteria and library. Also featured are an arts corridor, a performing arts corridor, a tech corridor and an instrumental ensemble room. The middle school complex also houses the admissions department.

Design Lab

In the Middle School Design Lab, students jump right in and start problem-solving! The hands-on approach incorporates design, thinking and engineering principles. The most important thing that happens here is creativity! State of the art tools such as a laser cutter and 3D printer are some of the tools in the lab.

The Shiley Family Library

The Shiley Family Library is centrally located on the first floor of the Price Academic Center. With an extensive data base, the high school library is a valuable resource for student learning. Adjacent to the library is the peaceful Crockett Family Atrium which provides a beautiful outdoor learning area. The library and atrium host special events such as Poetry Month and the Great Gatsby Literary Day, as well as Black History and Hispanic Heritage Months.

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Price Academic Center

The Price Academic Center is the heart of the high school, housing the math, Bible, history, English, science, visual arts, and language departments. In addition, the college counseling department, the office of student life and the spiritual life department also reside here.

Ross Family IDEA Lab

The home to our Institute of Engineering, the Ross Family IDEA Lab is a hub of ingenuity, innovation and inspiration. There is never a dull moment as students design amazing inventions in the fields of electrical, aerospace, mechanical, architectural, biomedical, environmental, humanitarian and industrial engineering.

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Residential Dorm

Our modern dorm provides a beautiful, safe and secure living enviornment for our interntional and domestic residential life students. Amenities include three fully equipped kitchens, game room, movie theatre, workout facility, high tech security system, and study lounges.

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The Fardad Family Library and Collaboration Center

The middle school library is a collaborative space where students can work together as groups or in specialized learning experiences. Although, not a tradition "quiet library" it does have spaces for reflective study or individual work space. The library also hosts special events such as the National Geo Bee and other events.

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The Bedrosian Pavilion

The Bedrosian Pavilion, a 28,000 square-foot, multi-purpose venue, houses a 500-seat theatre, a black box theatre, dance studios, practice rooms, instrumental and choir rooms, a TV broadcast studio, costume labs and set construction space. Many of the courses offered through the Institute of Arts and Innovation take place in the Bedrosian.

Our Signature Institutes

Our five distinct institutes are vanguards in arts, engineering, global leadership, discipleship, and sciences.

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Preparing for College

The journey to find the right college begins in ninth grade with a dedicated team of college counselors.

The Path to College

Learning Supporting

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Schoolwide 200+ Courses

Our full-slate of courses provide strong, foundational instruction in core subjects, as well as unique electives.
High School Curriculum 
Middle School Curriculum

Experience Learning 15+ TRIPS

Students in each grade have opportunities for experiential learning off campus. International and domestic mission or educational trips help students learn "outside the walls." 
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Student Body  1,600+

With over 1,600 students in grades 4 - 12, our learning community brings together students from Ventura and Los Angeles Counties to create a well-connected and diverse student body.

Modern Campus 18 ACRES

Our modern campus is centrally located in beautiful Southern California with its stunning beaches, deserts and mountains. Our location creates unique opportunities and partnerships for our students.
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Student-Teacher 8:1 RATIO

Our small class sizes and student-teacher ratio allows faculty in all grades to provide focused attention and instruction to students.

Advanced Degrees 56%

Fifty-six percent of our faculty hold advanced degrees, bringing their education and experience to the classroom to provide superior instruction for students.
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