The Oaks School is intentionally Christ-centered in both curriculum and culture, acknowledging that God is the starting point for truth and all knowledge.
Our Christ-centered curriculum means much more than a Bible class or a weekly chapel service. Rather, by integrating the Scriptures throughout the curriculum, we present the Lord as the One in whom all knowledge is united.
This approach requires that all subjects, whether, history, art, music, literature, mathematics, or science, be taught in the light of God’s existence and His revelation to humanity through His Son Jesus Christ. Because we are created in God’s image, we can appreciate the goodness He has made. But our inherent brokenness, coupled with the pressures of our culture, means that it takes effort to focus on what is true, beautiful and good.
Each day we engage our students with noble and beautiful objects of study, nourishing their imaginations so that they will recognize and pursue the truth, beauty, and goodness of God in the world.
Martin Luther King, Jr.