Our online Christian school offers 100% online education solutions to families seeking flexible learning options beyond traditional campus-based or homeschooling models. Additionally, our program empowers families with educational choice, providing students the ability to learn anytime and anywhere that suits their individual needs. As one of the top online high schools and middle schools in the country, families can be confident they’ve chosen the right online school for their child’s education.
When selecting an online Christian school and blended learning program, distinctions matter. As part of Oaks Christian School since 2011, Oaks Christian Online school is among the best online high schools in the United States. That means we understand the benefits of a traditional campus experience and combine that with exceptional online learning best practices.
Quality online programs don’t happen overnight. Oaks Christian Online school provides excellence in education for students and families looking for a Christian, private, independent, college-prep online program. Additionally, we have a track record of supporting students who pursue goals outside of academics. Online school gives them the ability to name the time and place where they learn.
Oaks Christian Online provides rigorous, college-prep online courses. We utilize the talents of Christian Subject Matter Experts to write middle and high school courses. Additionally, our curriculum is inspired by the content, objectives, sequencing and quality of Oaks Christian School.
Students participate in rich spiritual life courses and student life activities. Particularly, they love connecting with one another in online chapels, and engaging with our Christian faculty. Biblical Worldview is important, and our courses include theological engagement that supports your faith and values.
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