Just a year ago Patti Jones sensed a cloud of heaviness over her son Austin. Concerned, she asked him what was going on. A tear rolled down his face.
Starting fall 2014, the K-6 students will experience math in a new different way, thanks to the adoption of a new curriculum — Singapore Math.
Ward also thanks OC for her close group of friends. It made a difference in her relationship with God to be surrounded by peers who loved Jesus and tried to follow God.
A group of Ontario Christian students spent their spring break in Jackson, Mississippi, serving the community and studying the Bible with Civil Rights leader John Perkins. Two juniors, Riley Ruiz and Jonathan Escobedo, share how this experience has challenged and shaped them. After working long hours in 80 degree-heat with humidity, Jonathan Escobedo was ready to
“That’s the joy of being a Christian — We are always able to see God’s hands, looking back.” As Todd Westra ‘83 strolled down the passageway of Kaiser Permanente’s Ontario Medical Center, he greeted the staff by name. He joked with nurses and thanked a custodian for giving him some of the best tamales he
Ontario Christian’s vision is to be a top tier academic institution in Southern California. We will reach this goal by helping each student to reach his or her highest academic potential. Ontario Christian has been blessed with excellent faculty and staff. So, the question comes to mind: “How do you improve a good school that