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The future is now. Our high school students are forging their path and setting the course for their future success during these last four years, and we are behind them all the way to the finish line.

As they move from freshmen to seniors, the focus is on preparing students to lead and serve in a fast-changing global community. Through our robust academic, artistic, and athletic programs, we aim to graduate difference-makers: compassionate, independent young men and women who will make an impact beyond the OCS campus.


High School Distinctives


All high school students are part of an advisory, led by faculty or staff who serve as mentors and role models, taking the time to connect with students are outside of the classroom. Advisories meet weekly as a group to discuss topics ranging from chapel presentations to general student life. Advisories also have relaxing times, sharing meals together and also participating in Service Learning opportunities.


Students in our signature institutes, as well as other advanced academic classes, produce a capstone project in their senior year. Be it in performing or visual arts, engineering, English, global leadership or any other discipline, the capstone is the culmination of their work over their high school academic experience.

VEX Robotics

VEX Robotics is the country’s largest robotics program for  high school students. Members of this team learn the basics of robot design and programming, all while designing and building a robot to compete in the annual VEX Robotics competition. Students meet after school and work in teams of 3-4 students to build a robot of their own design. 

Mock Trial

The Mock Trial program allows high school students to participate in a simulated legal process, acting as prosecuting and defense attorneys, detectives, bailiffs, courtroom artist, journalists, judges, witnesses, and advocates. Through hands-on preparation and in a real court setting at the Ventura County Superior Court, students learn valuable skills while competing against teams from other area high school. Finalists advance to state and national competitions.


AP and Honors math students compete against area schools in grade-level teams at the annual Westmont College Mathematics Field Day, featuring the College Bowl competition and the Chalk Talk event. Students also compete in the American Mathematics Competition. Oaks Christian students consistently place and win awards at these events.

Motto Week

During Motto Week, regularly scheduled classes are paused for an opportunity for students live out the Hearts for Service aspect of our school motto. Through servant leadership in their advisory groups they completed on-campus or off-campus service projects to benefit a variety of community organizations. 


Cyberpatriots is for students interested in cyber defense. Cyberpatriot members compete monthly in a national competition put on by the Air Force devoted to system hardening. Students will learn about topics like security, packet tracing, Linux, windows, and ethical hacking.

Speech and Debate

Students in speech and debate have an opportunity to hone their public speaking, and argumentation and persuasion skills through competitive tournaments. Students compete against hundreds of students from other high schools in preliminary and final rounds. Oaks Christian students routinely bring back individual and team trophies from tournaments.

Honor Societies

Students who meet certain criteria are nominated for honor society membership and distinctions at graduation. These include membership in the academic National Honor Society, the academic Cum Laude Society, and the journalistic Quill and Scroll Society.


Departments and Curriculum


We offer a full slate of advanced placement courses for high school students in English, math, science, history, visual arts, and modern and classical languages.

AP Exams 915 TAKEN

In the most recent academic year, students took 915 AP exams over 33 subjects with a 75% achieving a passing rate of 3 or higher, with an average score of 4.59.

Core and Electives 214 OFFERED

Our curriculum offers a wide array of foundational core classes geared towards college preparation, as well as unique electives.

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