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Ontario Christian Schools is committed to growing Christian leaders
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Ontario Christian celebrated 100th day of school by turning 100! Our Jr. K - 1st grade students and teachers dressed up and pretended they were 100 years old. Props to our teachers for going above and beyond by designing math activities that had to do with the number 100! BTW, did you recognize the mysterious old man with a walker? smile emoticon ‪#‎100thDay‬ ‪#OntarioChristian
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“I am extremely grateful for my basketball and volleyball coaches while I was at OC and the life lessons they taught me through sports that I’ve carried with me into college,” says Carly. 

http://www.ocschools.org/blog/carly-dehoog-13-represents-oc-at-the-university-of-washington/

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Please join us in congratulating the Class of 2015 for being offered over $4 million in scholarships! They will also be attending some of the best universities in the country. Most importantly, they are on their way to make a difference in the world as Christian leaders. To view our 2015 college placement & scholarship report, click on this post.

http://www.ocschools.org/blog/class-2015

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Jesus is Lord over all. What does that really mean?

Ontario Christian Bible Teacher Robert Juarez writes "Too often, followers of Jesus misunderstand the message of "being in but not of" as teaching that we should not engage in non-Christian areas of culture. The error here is in thinking that there is such a thing as non-Christian areas of culture."

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Are there moral absolutes? Ontario Christian Bible Teacher Robert Juarez talks about why there is no good without God.


http://www.ocschools.org/blog/no-good-without-god/

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What makes Christian education relevant and necessary? Read this article. 

"There is no middle ground for the Christian. No neutrality of philosophy. Who is winning the battle for our children’s minds… and souls?"

http://www.ocschools.org/blog/christian-education/

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In the world of education, a lot of emphasis is placed on asking "what" questions - as in "what programs does your school offer" and "what can my family/child gain by attending your school?" And these are indeed important questions.
At Ontario Christian Schools, we'd ask you to consider placing the same emphasis on "who" questions, such as "who will influence your child?" and "who will your child become?"

Consider Jeremy's story: http://bit.ly/OC_JeremyLara

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Hi OC families: Some our teachers have reflected on what God's been teaching them as they teach your children. They want to share these God-inspired thoughts with you! Here's the first blog post from High School Bible teacher Robert Juarez. Enjoy!

http://www.ocschools.org/blog/change-always-good/

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Join us and hear about all the great opportunities we offer your child in academics, art, music, technology and all God’s wonderful creation!
Open House: 7 p.m., Thursday, January 29 at OC Elementary School Multi-Purpose Room.

http://www.ocschools.org/blog/kindergarten-open-house/

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