Thank you for visiting the Oakland Christian School web site. OCS is a distinctively Christian learning community that values a biblical worldview and is committed to the highest academic standards. As you explore this site, we pray that you will sense our genuine family atmosphere and professional approach to education. Our teachers, staff, and administration are qualified personnel who realize a calling to mold and shape young lives spiritually, intellectually, socially, and physically for the glory of our Savior Jesus Christ.

We believe that now, more than ever, children need an education that is rigorous and relevant in its academics, always encouraging intentional Christ-centered relationships. From early education through twelfth grade, the education at OCS is intended to be challenging in order to build each student to the highest level of learning. We also strive to be relevant through beneficial application and presentation. Yet, knowledge without a relational commitment to the people whom Jesus has placed in our lives becomes an exercise that lacks meaning and God-given purpose.  We are committed to educating each student in a way that allows them to fulfill their unique God-given purpose in our shared world.

We invite you to visit our school and experience for yourself how OCS can make a difference for your child and family.  Contact our Admissions Department to schedule a campus visit or attend one of our open houses.  We welcome the opportunity to meet you!

“Take hold of instruction; do not let go. Guard her for she is your life.” Proverbs 4:13


Hear From Our Parents, Teachers, and Alumni

We've been at OCS for nearly a decade. The school has an outstanding staff and passion for education and the gospel. My girls are receiving an outstanding education.  I'd highly recommend OCS! 
- Jason Morga, Dad
We have developed relationships with other parents as well as the administration and staff, and we see Oakland Christian School as a community that lives open-handedly and truly locks arms with one another to serve inside and outside of school.
- Michelle Alexander, Mom