As a student at Orlando Christian Prep, your child will have opportunities to participate in a variety of activities beyond the classroom. Orlando Christian Prep offers students extra-curricular activities such as Fine arts programs, athletic opportunities, Drum line, student leadership opportunities, spiritual growth and various events in which to participate.
Our lunch menus and ordering process is set up on RenWeb. You can choose to order your lunch for the whole month or a week at a time. Lunches are to be ordered each week by Sunday evening for the upcoming week. They need to be paid for at the time of ordering. They will not be processed completely until the payment goes through. Teachers are not permitted to place orders for students.
OCP After-School Program
The After School Program at Orlando Christian Prep features age appropriate activities for students in preschool through eighth grade. In the After School Program, your student will have time to study and do homework, as well as have time to spend outside and in the computer lab. Students enjoy free play, themed adventures and engaging activities. Students enjoy cooking, board games, gym time, and learning about topics such as dinosaurs, Mine Craft, Science, and Civil War Reenactments. We are looking forward to meeting your students and taking our school spirit to a new level. The After School Program helps give you peace of mind to know that your child is safe and enriched while you’re still at work!
Morning Care is provided from 7:00 am-8:00 am Monday-Friday.
After School Program hours are from 3:30 pm-6:00 pm Monday-Thursday.
After School Program hours on Friday are 2:15 pm-6:00 pm.
OCP Pre School and Elementary Afterschool Activities
Black Belts for Christ Martial Arts Program
The martial arts program is offered through Black Belts for Christ. Students ages preschool through fifth grade may learn martial arts from a Christian perspective. They practice discipline, focus and martial arts skills. Registration for Black Belts for Christ may be obtained from the OCP Administrative Offices.
Dancing Little Stars
OCP partners with Dancing Little Stars to offer a developmentally appropriate and engaging dance program for our preschool students. Little students learn dance fundamentals while having lots of fun! Registration for Dancing Little Stars may be obtained from the OCP Administrative Offices.
Secondary Extra-Curricular Programs
National Honor Society
Orlando Christian Prep offers students the opportunity to be selected for The National Honor Society (NHS). The National Honor Society is the nation’s premier organization established to recognize outstanding high school students. More than just an honor roll, NHS and NJHS serve to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and Character (and Citizenship for NJHS). These characteristics have been associated with membership in the organization since their beginnings in 1921 and 1929.
OCP Student Leadership
Orlando Christian Prep offers a high school and middle school leadership class. Students are selected for this important class by the administration of OCP. Students learn leadership skills, Christ-like servant leadership principles, and how to prepare to become leaders in the OCP student body. Leadership students participate in planning chapels, planning the high school retreat, and the high school formal/prom. The OCP leadership students are an important part of building a positive campus experience for all middle and high school students.
Thespians (Junior & Senior)
Orlando Christian Prep provides middle and high school students with the opportunity to advance in the area of theatre. Thespians students are able to apply and bring to life content that is learned in the classroom. Students are able to engage in competitive events and expand their knowledge and skill sets at conferences.
Orlando Christian Prep offers a high school Marketing class (Principles of Marketing) which prepares students for career readiness and professional development. In addition to the Principles of Marketing course, students are given the opportunity to join the complementary student organization- DECA. DECA (Distributive Educational Clubs of America) is a nationally recognized marketing student organization. DECA is a career- technical education club that enhances the Marketing classroom curriculum. DECA participants will apply and practice skills learned from their Marketing class. Students will compete with other schools in various Marketing content areas, practice interviewing, analyze stock market stats, learn business fundamentals, participate in professional development, career development, learn advertisement and promotion strategies, operate the school spirit store, and more. Please visit deca.org for more information.