The Family Enrollment Fee of $405 is due at application. Tuition varies based on the grade level and number of children per family; this can be paid annually or in monthly installments. Other fees also are required. For more specific financial information, view the Financial Information page or contact Student Billing.
An After-School program is available for all students in grades PK3-8th grade. The cost is $6.50 a day, and this charge is added to the student’s account and billed monthly. The After-School program is available each school day from 2:45 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., after which a fee of $10 per minute per child is added to your bill.
In elementary we use some of the Abeka curriculum. We generally supplement a variety of texts to support our college-prep curriculum throughout all grade levels. The entirety of our curriculum across all grades is based in a Biblical worldview.
No! OCS families represent a wide variety of Christian beliefs and represent churches across Northeast Louisiana.
No, we do not have the resources to assist those with major learning disabilities.
Most sports begin under the direction of a school coach in the 7th grade. However, many OCS students compete together on teams in various leagues across the community.
As a member of the Louisiana High School Athletic Association, we compete in Class 1-A, District 2, and in the select schools' championship Division IV in football, basketball, and softball.
In accordance with LHSAA regulations, new students must either live in our school zone or attend school for one calendar year before participating in a JV or Varsity game. For more information, contact the Athletic Director at 318.325.6000.
A student may begin taking foreign language courses as early as ninth grade.
Yes, three bus routes service a limited area--Monroe, West Monroe, and Bastrop--in the morning and afternoon.
Approximately 15:1; we try not to exceed 20 per classroom.
There are from 15-20 students per class section and an average of approximately 50 students per grade.
We average around 700 students in Pre-K through 12th and are the largest private school in northeastern Louisiana.
Bible classes consist of Bible scripture and Bible knowledge. (No doctrine is taught.) Elementary students go to Bible class twice a week, and 6th –12th grade attends Bible class daily. In addition, weekly chapel services are held.
Clubs and organizations include Art Club, Band, Cheer, Choir, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Foreign Language Club and National Honor Society, The athletics program includes teams in Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Football, Golf, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, and Track and Field.
Yes, we are fully approved by the state of Louisiana and hold dual accreditation by both Cognia (formerly AdvancED) and the National Christian Schools Association.
Communication is a high priority in all grades. However, ongoing feedback is handled differently depending on the age level.
The Parent Involvement Team’s purpose is to involve, inform and initiate. Families who want to be involved meet monthly to cheer and support the school and to keep up-to-date on newsworthy accomplishments of our students, staff and families. This is also a time to initiate solutions to the needs of the school that could benefit from the time and talents of parents.