Oaks Christian Online

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Online Accredited High School

Latest news releases spotlighting the accomplishments of the students and staff of Oaks Christian Online. 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.

In response to the high demand for top-tier, flexible, accredited online course options for students, Oaks Christian Online (OCO), one of the nation's finest college-preparatory online schools, launches its first online program for seventh and eighth grade students.

While OCO is a private, non-profit institution, students from both public and private schools are eligible for enrollment. All courses are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC), as well as the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS).

The Online Christian Consortium, a leadership organization of schools committed to theologically engaged, college-preparatory, accredited, online programs expands its member base with the addition of The First Academy, a private, independent Christian school accredited by the Florida Council of Independent Schools (FCIS) and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

The First Academy is also a member of the Southern Association of Independent Schools (SAIS).

Online freshman students meet quarterly to complete University of California approved labs and find they are creating lasting friendships over their shared interests and college dreams.

Westlake Village, CA – April 27, 2016

Oaks Christian Online freshmen, Jonathan Pegram, Devon Watson, Ethan Saucedo and Samantha D'Ambrosio, meet regularly for science labs on the main campus of Oaks Christian School in order to meet the University of California requirement for in person labs in their UC approved Biology course. The students spend two, eight-hour days per semester working with a science teacher on experiments and dissections. Devon, who would like to be a chemical engineer one day, particularly liked the fetal pig dissection in the labs held on April 16th. The freshmen are all full-time, online students and come from as far away as Sunnyvale, in central California, to participate in on-campus labs. Students in Physics, Chemistry, Marine Biology and AP Biology also come to campus that day, and these lab students can be from the Oaks Christian main campus, from other local schools or in the full-time, online program.

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