Our thriving full-time Middle School students study four core academic online courses with the addition of our unique Jesus in Middle School (J.I.M.S) spiritual life class and a comprehensive visual arts course. Additionally, middle school students are allowed to select from our high school foreign language, math, and elective courses to customize their learning based on their academic ability and interest.
Our comprehensive curriculum development process utilizes the talents of Christian Subject Matter Experts, from the Oaks Christian School main campus, our partner school faculty members, and outside education experts who write middle and high school courses inspired by the content, objectives, sequencing and rigor of Oaks Christian School.
In addition, our high school online courses follow the University of California guidelines including completing a self-assessment against the 52 online course standards from the National Standards for Quality (NSQ). Oaks Christian Online courses also track against national, state, Common Core, and Quality Matters guidelines.
While a large majority of our courses are written by Oaks Christian Online, some curriculum is supplemented with carefully selected offerings from outside providers like Florida Virtual School and eDynamic Learning that are adapted and enriched to meet Oaks Christian Online rigorous objectives and theological engagement.
Finally, the curriculum development process for all Oaks Christian Online’s courses includes a review of opportunities for theological engagement, increased interaction with the teacher – through live, weekly sessions – and feedback about continuous course improvement. All Oaks Christian online high school courses are unique and meet the high standards of Oaks Christian School.
Advanced Placement (AP) courses prepare students to take an exam that can waive the requirement of or earn credit for an equivalent college course
Students take the AP exams at Oaks Christian main campus or they can work with their Oaks Christian Online to take it at an alternate location.
AP Art History
AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus BC
AP Computer Science
AP English Language
AP English Literature
AP Environmental Science
AP US Government and Politics
AP US History
AP World History
French 1-4 (AP also Available)
American Sign Language (ASL) 1-3
Want to take a course on C.S. Lewis? What about ‘The Language of Film and Television’? Or, ‘Rock History,’ ‘Lyric Writing,’ or ‘Intro to Criminal Justice’? These are just a few courses offered by the colleges listed below.
Dual Credit Courses are year-long, college-level classes taught directly by an affiliated, accredited college. There is no AP exam, and students should check with the college they plan to attend about transfer requirements BEFORE enrolling in a dual credit course. Online high school courses are normally open to Juniors and Seniors. Check with the Oaks Christian Online College Counselor or Admissions Counselor before enrolling. We have given priority to institutions that offer Christian distance learning.
|Colorado Christian University||Lakewood, Colorado||The premier Christian college in Colorado.|
|Liberty University||Lynchburg, Virginia||The largest, private, non-profit university in the United States.|
|Berklee College of Music||Boston, Massachusetts||The premier music college and performing arts conservatory.|
|The King’s College||New York City, New York||Preparing students for principled leadership.|
|Azusa Pacific University||Azusa, California||One of the top Christian universities in the nation.|
|Grand Canyon University||Phoenix, Arizona||More than 200 academic programs across 9 colleges.|