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The elementary levels are satisfactory but as you enter secondary levels the quality goes down. Total emphasis on sports and the coaches ridicule the kids not willing to spend all their time on football or basketball. Academics continuously take a back seat to athletics. Secondary academics aren't challenging and kids (especially athletes) are allowed to redo work repeatedly to make grades. No upper level college prep classes unless you take onsite classes for additional costs of college tuition and books. Little to no college counseling. Lots of favoritism and nepotism. Issues that are well hidden when you are looking at the school initially. School is becoming very crowded as they keep adding students to the school while trying to build a new campus.

Teacher effectiveness: Neutral


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It depends on the teacher from classroom to classroom, expecially in the upper grades. Elementary teachers are very good.

Develops character: Disagree


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Politics and constant hounding for fundraising, terrible elementary principal. Very judgemental and NOT a Christian environment.



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The elementary principal is terrible, she is constantly reminding new coming parents that all the kids who started kindergarten together are a family and new kids are outsiders and she treats them as such. They also hound you and make you feel bad for not donating to their additional causes



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Huge improvements have been made over the past few years at OCA. We moved our 2 elementary children from edmond public schools to OCA this past year and they were WAY behind and they were making straight A's @ edmond schools. The academic level is much higher than their previous school. because of this I know they will be much better prepared for college. The sports are competitive there and they even have a great elementary althletic department. They have chapel everyday and enjoy learning other subjects with a christian perspective. We love OCA and highly recommend it.



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Small school where kids can be involved in many activities, however, most activities take a back seat to boys sports. Lots of politics with the administration and very closed to working with parents' ideas. Advanced classes and student/teacher ratio are not as advertised. Academics are not emphasized like sports and discipline seems to be based on how valuable the child is as an athlete or their family is to the school. Disappointing move for us, make sure you do your research.



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School Admin and teachers are set in their ways and are not willing to adjust to help children learn. Class size is larger than advertised, 1st grade class was the same as Public school with 21 students. Amenities and resources are not on par with other private schools in the area that offer a much cheaper tuition rate. Environment is not so "Christian" with staff being judgemental and political. Better more affordable private schools in the area, do your research!



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Advertised student to teacher ratio are lower than actual. 2014 1st grade class and 2015 2nd grade have 20 students with a teacher and aide. Academics are good, Christian learning is excellent, ACT scores are on par with Edmond public schools.



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We love OCA. We appreciate the small family like environment. There are quality teachers that really care about the student as a person, not just another name on the list. The small school gives the students many opportunities to be involved that they might not have at a large school.



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As a parent of two students who graduated from OCA, I can tell you that The Academy is a fabulous place. The academic and spiritual environment give students the tools they need to be successful. Students are not just one more face in the classroom they are loved as they are taught and gently guided by excellent teachers. Students can participate in many extracurricular activities - from service projects, to athletics, to academic meets and more. I strongly urge you to visit Oklahoma Christian Academy if you want something different and wonderful for your child.

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Last modified Oklahoma Christian Academy is a Private school that serves grades PK-12
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