Oaks Christian Online School

A Christian, Independent, College-preparatory Online School and Founder of the Online Christian Consortium

Online Accredited High School

Latest news releases spotlighting the accomplishments of the students and staff of Oaks Christian Online School. While pursuing their online high school courses, our students take advantage of the flexibility to dedicate a significant amount of time to their outside endeavors.  This has resulted in outstanding achievements in athletics, charity, the arts, and many areas of community and faith-based involvement that dovetail into their coursework, including AP classes online. We hope you enjoy reading about the impressive accomplishments they have acheived while attending our high school online.

Westlake Village, CA (August 7, 2017)—Jeff Ogne has been named Dean of Students of Oaks Christian Online School and the Online Christian Consortium, effective immediately. 

Ogne comes to Oaks Christian Online School from Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, AZ, where he served as admissions manager. 

“Since its establishment in 2011, Oaks Christian Online has made remarkable strides toward becoming the nation’s premiere faith-based online institution”, said Head of School Rob Black.  “As its new Dean of Students, Mr. Ogne is uniquely qualified to assist students of Oaks Christian Online and the Online Christian Consortium to new heights.”

Alex Lin, an Oaks Christian Online School (OCO) senior, has been hard at work in preparing for the 2nd Annual Autism Rocks Concert taking place on April 28th at Universal City Walk, Hollywood.

Alex wanted to find a way to give back to a community that he is largely a part of by pursuing his passions of helping others and participating in charity work. Alex himself has a diagnosis of mild Asperger's syndrome, so this topic is very close to his heart. He is ambitious and determined to make a difference in society with the goals he pursues. As an OCO student, he has the flexibility to pursue his interests while in high school. This concert is one way Alex has been able to invest in others while greatly benefiting the autism community.

Oaks Christian Online (OCO) high school student Megan McClain pursues her passion as a competitive equestrian while completing her college preparatory high school program at OCO. Last winter, Megan was one of approximately 1000 competitors at the Color Breed Congress Horse Show Competition in Tulsa, Oklahoma. She took home three Congress championships and ended up placing third overall for the whole show. This spring she will be competing in additional competitions for equally as prestigious championships.

According to Megan, "This event is one of the bigger shows of the year so it proved to me how truly talented my horse is and how blessed I truly am to do this. I also made a lot of new friends this year. So, in that God reminded me that I do this for Him, and that there is so much more to it than just winning titles. We get to share that special love for God's beautiful and powerful creation!"