Skip To Main Content

Toggle Close Container

Mobile Utility Nav

Wrapper Canvas Menu

Mobile Main Nav

Preparing for College

Finding the right college requires a thoughtful approach. We believe God has uniquely gifted each student with their own talents, interests, and abilities. 

Loading from Vimeo...

Applying to college is a critical point of personal transition. The counseling staff walks with students and families through the process, beginning in ninth grade and through senior year. We work to demystify the college admissions process, enabling students to become informed stakeholders invested in their future.

College Counseling Timeline

Parent and student programs give an overview and focus on the priorities and direction for the years ahead. High school students are assigned an individual college counselor in the fall of tenth grade. Ninth-grade students are welcome in the counseling office anytime and are encouraged to visit with any available counselor. Please open the panel boxes to view key events and milestones for each year during high school.

The college counseling team at Oaks Christian alleviated so many of our fears about the college application process. They met with us regularly and answered all our questions, helping our son ultimately find the school that was right for him.
-Leslie

Counseling Resources

 

Mark

Upcoming Events

There are no events to display

Class of 2023 Highlights

Admitted to 4-year Colleges 96%

An impressive 96 percent of the Class of 2023 was admitted to 4-year colleges or universities. In addition, nearly 80% will attend their first or second choice school. Several of our graduates have also been admitted to elite armed forces academies. 

Highly Selective Admits 47%

Almost half of our 2023 graduates were accepted to prestigious schools considered highly selective.

Different Colleges 136

Members of the Class of 2023 were accepted into 234 different colleges in 28 states and five countries.

Total Scholarships $6 MILLION+

Collectively, the Class of 2023 earned over $6 million in scholarships for their post-secondary education.

Athletes in College 41

Of the 276 Class of 2023 graduates, 41 were accepted to collegiate-level athletic teams, 34 were accepted to STEM fields, and 24 are pursuing art degrees. 

Community Service 1,500+

Since their freshmen year, the Class of 2023 completed over 1,500 hours of community service in partnership with local organizations, international and domestic trips, and individual outreach efforts.

23_hr_red

Meet the Counselors

College and University Acceptances