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Developing the Whole Child
Orlando Christian Prep prepares students to be successful in life as well as college. A commitment to the whole student includes developing the intellectual, creative, social, emotional, moral, and spiritual growth of each child. Challenging academics are complemented by strong athletics, arts, and extracurricular programs that offer multiple opportunities for students to discover their passions and develop unique talents.
Non Discriminatory Policy
Orlando Christian Prep admits students of any race, color and national or ethnic origin to all rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, or national or ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarships, loan programs, athletic programs, and other school-administered programs.
Orlando Christian Prep’s early learning consists of Pre School K2 thru K5 and the elementary department consists of 1st-5th grade. At Orlando Christian Prep, we believe that every student can learn in an environment with high expectations and standards. We create a classroom culture that fosters a loving, Christ-centered environment that our students can flourish academically and spiritually. Inspiring a desire for learning starts in elementary school - balancing traditional instruction, experiential learning and critical thinking. OCP’S elementary curriculum is designed to provide each student with a strong foundation for intellectual, social and spiritual growth within the appropriate developmental framework.
Orlando Christian Prep’s elementary department uses the Abeka phonics curriculum for a strong foundation in reading. Bob Jones curriculum is used in Language, Math, Science, and History. Our reading program is a combination of Abeka reading and Daily Five. This reading program meets the student’s needs individually and helps them soar to success. Positive Action bible curriculum is used to give students a biblical foundation and teaches student how to apply biblical knowledge in life situations. On Friday, the high point of the week is chapel. In chapel, students are able to worship with their class and hear from a guest speaker. Students participate in physical education class every day, and have weekly classes in art, Spanish, computer, music, and library.
In Middle School, students are learning more responsibility in their academics. Teachers are there to guide them through the transition from elementary to middle school. Orlando Christian Prep offers Pre-AP classes to help prepare our middle school students for a successful high school and college career. The middle school curriculum offers the opportunity for student to engage in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) activities in their classes. This involvement in STEM will help prepare them for advanced science and math classes in high school.
To help students in 6th grade make a smooth transition from elementary to middle school, OCP offers a 6th grade bridge program. In 6th grade, students will have two teachers for their core classes. One teacher will teach Science and Math, and the other teacher will teach English and History. In 8th grade, students are able to complete middle school with three high school credits in Spanish, HOPE, and Algebra I.
Orlando Christian Prep’s Middle School department uses Glencoe for all math courses. Bob Jones curriculum is used for History, Science and English. Positive Action bible curriculum is used to give students a biblical foundation and teaches student how to apply biblical knowledge in life situations. Students have the opportunity to take electives such as Physical Education, Art, Drama, Leadership, Robotics, Creative Writing, Speech, Intensive Reading, and Spanish.
On Friday, the high point of the week is chapel. In chapel, students are able to worship with their class and hear from a guest speaker.
Orlando Christian Prep offers a college-preparatory curriculum. This includes variety of honors courses and Advanced Placement (AP) courses. These AP classes give the students opportunity to earn college credit while still in high school. OCP uses a wide variety of curriculum publishers to obtain the very best curriculum possible for our students. All curriculum is taught from a Christian perspective to help students obtain a biblical worldview founded in the word of God.
The high-qualified teachers in the high school department are dedicated to your students success. They create a classroom environment where students are able to engage in classroom discussion, collaborate with their peers, create projects, and participate in hands-on learning activities. Technology is routinely used in classroom to further help foster students learning. Teachers are available to help students before and after school. Our teachers take pride assisting students succeed academically.
Orlando Christian Prep’s high school Science lab gives students the opportunity to collaborate with their peers in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) activities. These labs are able to bring science to life and help students make connection to their learning.
In addition to core classes, students have the opportunity to choose electives such as Team Sports, Drama, Art, AP Art, Career Planning Cosmetology, various Florida Virtual School classes, Yearbook, Multi-Media, and Leadership. On Friday, the high point of the week is chapel. In chapel, students are able to worship with their class and hear from a guest speaker.