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Excellence in Education

This is a vision that will extend well beyond the year 2020, but is intended to be a springboard for purposeful intentionality in challenging a mindset of more than academics.

20 +/- new enrollments per year

  • 168 student body for the Fall of 2020

School Year Enrollment

  • 2014 –   55
  • 2015 –   70
  • 2016 –   88
  • 2017 – 108
  • 2018 – 128
  • 2019 – 148
  • 2020 -  168
  • maximum class size of 12 students

20 new focus areas

  1. Prayer at all levels
  • Staff daily prayer
  • School Board prayer walks
  • Quarterly all-school prayer gathering
  • Student Prayer Club

     2. Public relations

  • Churches

               Performing Troupes visiting area churches

               Student speakers at area church services

               Facilities usage offered to area churches

               Annual Pastor Appreciation Dinner

  • Supporters

               Annual Supporters Banquet

                         Recognition of Key Sponsorships

                         Recognition of Volunteers of the year

               Improved communication of school events and needs

  • Community

               School-wide community service

               Nursing Homes/Veterans’ Home student/class volunteerism & performances

               Annual involvement in Service Clubs (i.e. Rotary, Kiwanis, Lions)

               Involvement in community events (i.e. parade, Chamber of Commerce Christmas Tree Extravaganza, Chamber of                              Commerce Banquet )

      3. Finances

  • Tuition/Endowment reliant budget
  • All-inclusive budget (i.e. field trips, student/teacher/classroom supplies)
  • Gifts & fund raisers to be for tuition assistance & equipment acquisition
  • Debt reduction
  • Senior Scholarships for College/Trade School

      4. Staff

  • Competitive staff salaries
  • Fully certified teaching staff
  • Staff focused on areas of Giftedness & Expertise
  • Special Education Consultant
  • Gifted/Talented Consultant

      5. Program Development

  • Four tiered Course of Learning

               Pre-primary (K4 & K5) – Social Integration based

               Primary (grades 1,2,3,4) – Knowledge based

               Middle School (grades 5,6,7,8) – Understanding based

               High School (grades 9,10,11,12) – Wisdom based

  • Performing Arts Emphasis
  • Parent Training Seminars

      6. Volunteerism

  • All parents involvement
  • Community involvement

               High School Individual Community Service

               Middle School & Primary Class opportunities

               School wide opportunities (i.e. sweeping church parking lots, raking yards of shut ins)

  • Improved training

      7. Facilities

  • Our own facilities of 10+ acres
  • Designed for specific Program Areas
  • Gymnasium
  • Performing Arts Center
  • Multi-function Area
  • Designed for community usage
  • Hot lunch program

      8. Technology

  • Lap tops or equivalent for every teacher
  • Portable computer labs in each of the academic level areas
  • Presentation equipment (i.e. tv’s, dvd’s, projection devices) in each classroom
  • On-line streaming capabilities
  • Audio/visual recording

      9.Transportation

  • Busses from strategic locations
  • Field trips
  • Sports teams & student body attenders
  • Performing Troupes

      10. Academic Competitions

  • Spelling Bee
  • Geography Bowl
  • Math Meet
  • American Legion Oratorical
  • Robotics

      11. Playground

  • Age appropriate equipment
  • Updated equipment
  • Safe ground surfaces

      12. Sports

  • Expanded programs (i.e. girls’ basketball, cross country, baseball/softball, tennis, badminton)
  • Intervarsity & intramural
  • Trained coaches
  • certified officials

      13. Emergency Management Plan

  • Fire
  • Invasion
  • Earthquake
  • Tornado/hurricane

      14. Broader Board Representation (including sub-committees)

  • Community representation
  • Parent representation
  • Church representation
  • Expertise Oriented with corresponding subcommittees

      15. Extra-curricular Programs

  • After school programs
  • Adult & Peer tutorials

      16. Guidance Department

  • Spiritual chaplain
  • Student/Class advisors
  • College/career guidance
  • Trauma awareness & guidance

      17. Mission Trips

  • Broaden student ministry awareness
  • Curriculum Integration & Implementation

      18. Field Trips

  • Curriculum focused
  • Supported by the budget
  • Homeschooler inclusivity

      19. Touring Performing Arts Troupes

  • Chorale
  • Theatre
  • Student speakers
  • Art Fair

      20. English Immersion Program (ESL for foreign students)

  • Promote through oversees Christian schools
  • Enlist host families
Excellence in Education
Contacting OHCA

1130 Main St. 
Oxford, ME 04270
(207) 743-5970

ohca@oxfordnetworks.net