Oakhurst Christian School Provides…

We put a priority on learning and ensure your child strives to reach their highest potential
Our students are not scared to attend classes because we do not allow bullying in any form.
Oakhurst Christian School’s student-teacher ratio of around 10:1 enables a more personal style of learning for each student.
Our students not only learn reading, writing and arithmetic but also how to make wise choices today and in the future.
We provide a safe environment for your child to become friends with fellow classmates. Our goal is to enable your child to make friends for eternity.
We want them to know God loves them because of how they see it taught in the Bible demonstrate by our teachers.

Benefits of Adventist Education

50th Percentile Achievement

Average achievement of an 8th grader who has newly enrolled in an Adventist school.

73rd Percentile Achievement

Average achievement of an 8th grader who has enrolled for the previous 7 years in an Adventist school.

1/2 Grade Level Higher Than National Average

Average student achieves 1/2 grade level higher than the national average in all subjects no matter the school’s size.

97% Graduate High School

97% of students enrolled in Adventist school located in North America complete high school.

88.6% Collegiate Level Graduates

Of the 97% of students who graduate high school, over 88% complete college level education.

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Meet the Teachers

Meet our Principal, Diana Pleitez. She uses her creativity and experience to help your child learn in fun and effective ways. Her passion is helping students love to read and to make learning real through projects and field trips.
Diana Pleitez
Meet Tiffani Sommerville our 3rd through 8th grade teacher. Tiffani genuinely cares for your student which shows by the way she unravels difficult topics, making them easy to understand for your child. Come sit in on a class and see for yourself.
Tiffani Sommerville