Orlando Christian Prep:
Orlando Christian Prep (OCP) in Orlando in Orange County is an accredited private Christian school offering pre-school through to 12th grade programs. The academic goal of Orlando Christian Prep is to produce critical thinkers, innovative problem solvers, Christ-like leaders, and passionate learners. Orlando Christian Prep has a rich history that extends all the way back to 1960. While persevering through challenging times, Orlando Christian Prep has stayed on the cutting edge of brain-based education with continuing momentum for the future.
Christian Education Programs (Preschool through Grade 12)
Preschool / Kindergarten Program:
Not only are our preschool teachers fully qualified to be in the classroom but they are also loving and nurturing to all of the children. Our Kinder Prep program is structured so that children learn through very creative, hands-on activities ... activities that are designed to enhance their fine and gross motor skills.
Before & After School Care Programs:
OCP Enrichment is the new name of our after school program. This year in the after school program we will be offering monthly special events, and guest visitors.
Elementary School Program:
Accelerated Reader (AR):
Elementary students are given the opportunity during Library time to choose books on the AR list and take computerized tests on the books they read. The computer tracks their scores and awards are given to students that accumulate the most points. Students continually increase their reading skills through this program.
The Art Program is designed to develop our student’s creativity and ability through many hands-on activities. Since art takes on many different forms and ideas, students are constantly increasing their imagination and skills. Art projects are displayed throughout the campus.
The Spiritual growth of our students (teaching them how to live and lead) is the number one priority of Orlando Christian Prep. To effectively reach this goal, each week our students meet corporately for an amazing time of praise and worship and a challenging message from God’s Word. Elementary classes have numerous opportunities to perform in front of their peers through drama or worship. Speakers consist of staff members and guest speakers throughout the Christian community.
Middle School Program:
The Media Center is experiencing an on-going renovation. As funds are raised for the renovation, each additional phase will be completed. The Media Center uses technology as its greatest resource. OCP has purchased on-line resources for each student to have free access to novels, periodicals and encyclopedias. Access is available in the Media Center or at home. Username and passwords are available through Librarian, Miss Roy.
All Middle School students dress out for P.E. Focus is placed on developing physical endurance, coordination, teamwork and sportsmanship. Each year, students train for and complete the Presidential Physical Fitness Challenge.
Students have an opportunity for at least one quarter to attend computer class in our state of the art computer lab. Keyboarding skills, typing, spreadsheets and desktop publishing are just a few of the skills students learn.
High School Program:
Students develop leadership ability by first learning to SERVE others. Students have the opportunity to serve others through our Community Outreach program. In 2007-2008 students broke an all time record while collecting food items for our annual Thanksgiving Drive. 2,301 food items were collected. This allowed OCP to give more than a weeks worth of groceries to 27 families as well as stock the pantries of the Orlando Rescue Mission and the Central Florida Children’s home. Additional community endeavors include collecting 500 shoebox gifts for a local elementary school for underprivileged children and various mission projects (locally and globally).
All students attend one or more field trips each year. Permission slips with details about the trip are always sent home well in advance. Overnight field trips each year are: 8th Grade – Science trip Jekyll Island (Georgia); 10th Grade – Biology trip to Pisgah National Forest in North Carolina; 12th Grade – Senior Trip (varies), 9th-12th Grade – High school Retreat.
High school students must successfully complete two consecutive years of a foreign language. Options include: Spanish, French and Chinese.
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