Academics

Quality online programs don’t happen overnight.

The goal of Oaks Christian Online is to provide rigorous, college-prep 100% online courses. Our curriculum 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 the Oaks Christian course offerings.

In addition, our high school courses follow the University of California guidelines including completing a self-assessment against the 52 online course standards from the International Association of K-12 Online Learning (iNACOL). Oaks Christian Online courses also track against national, state, Common Core, and Quality Matters guidelines. All Oaks Christian Online high school online courses are unique and meet the high standards of our award winning and accredited Oaks Christian School.

Oaks Christian Online curriculum is supplemented with carefully selected curriculum from outside providers like Florida Virtual School and eDynamic Learning, then adapted to meet Oaks Christian Online’s rigorous objectives and theological engagement.

Our thriving full-time 6th-8th grade Middle School student population studies 4 core academic courses a semester with the addition of our unique Jesus in Middle School (J.I.M.S) spiritual life class and an online visual arts course.

Finally, the curriculum development process for all Oaks Christian Online’s Christian online courses includes a review of opportunities for theological engagement, increased interaction with the teacher – through live, weekly sessions – and feedback about continuous course improvement.

View our complete list of over 120 courses that track against and meet the highest standards of national, state, Common Core, and Quality Matters guidelines.

School NameLocationDescription
Colorado Christian UniversityLakewood, ColoradoThe premier Christian college in Colorado.
Liberty UniversityLynchburg, VirginiaThe largest, private, non-profit university in the United States.
Berklee College of MusicBoston, MassachusettsThe premier music college and performing arts conservatory.
The King’s CollegeNew York City, New YorkPreparing students for principled leadership.
Azusa Pacific UniversityAzusa, CaliforniaOne of the top Christian universities in the nation.
Grand Canyon UniversityPhoenix, ArizonaMore than 200 academic programs across 9 colleges.
18 ADVANCED PLACEMENT (AP)

AP Art History
AP Biology
AP Calculus AB
AP Calculus BC
AP Chemistry
AP Computer Science
AP English Language
AP English Literature
AP Environmental Science
AP French
AP Macroeconomics
AP Microeconomics
AP Physics
AP Psychology
AP Statistics
AP US Government and Politics
AP US History
AP World History

5 WORLD LANGUAGES

Spanish 1-4
French 1-4 (AP also Available)
Chinese 1-4
Latin 1-3
American Sign Language (ASL) 1-3

  • COLLEGE COUNSELING SERIES (8 weeks each):
    We have designed a 9-course package that can help you navigate the college-entry journey and find the best fit for you. Take one course or take them all.
  • College Counseling 1 What Colleges Want:
    Helps students understand how colleges evaluate candidates for admission and how to position yourself for acceptance.
  • College Counseling 2 Understanding Your College Choices:
    Students learn about colleges beyond what they might expect or know, to determine the best fit for them.
  • College Counseling 3 College Test Prep:
    List Item Description ACT & SAT Test Prep Experts guide students through the preparation process for taking the ACT or SAT.
  • College Counseling 4 College Application Strategy:
    Students develop a Plan for 6-10 colleges and a timeline for application submission.
  • College Counseling 5 Application Writing:
    We take students through the application process, generating drafts that can be used for the Common App, UC applications, and essays.
  • College Counseling 6 Finishing Strong:
    We guide students step-by-step through the application process, finalizing testing, and submission of key documents for each college.
  • College Counseling 7 Paying for College:
    Students learn the different types of financial aid and scholarship opportunities.
  • College Counseling Athletic Recruiting:
    Students understand the recruiting process, NCAA eligibility, and develop an athletic resume.
  • College Counseling Visual and Performing Arts:
    Students create a portfolio, determine whether to attend art school or college, and learn the differences between Fine Arts and Bachelor of Arts degrees. (Coming Soon!)