The mission of Orangewood Christian School is to equip students to transform the world for Christ and His kingdom.
Each student who is educated at Orangewood Christian School will advance Christ’s kingdom, engage and transform culture, and serve and honor God.
Our goal is that children of believers are mentored and taught academics, technology, fine arts and athletics from a reformed, Christian perspective, encouraging them to discover and use their unique gifts and talents to God’s glory.
Orangewood High School students have numerous opportunities for spiritual development. Our students are involved with community outreach, Bible classes, summer missions and numerous chapel and worship experiences throughout the year. They interact with teachers who care for them and serve as mentors and Christian role models every day in the classroom and on the field of play. Every academic subject is taught from a biblical worldview.
The Bible is God's inspired word revealed of Himself to man as his supreme authority for life that he may understand, know, believe, and follow after God in faith and practice.
Each human being is created in the image of God, thus having worth, dignity, and purpose to glorify God and to enjoy Him forever.
Each student is a unique creation, whose individual gifts and talents are to be discovered and developed, spiritually, intellectually, physically, socially, and emotionally.
Administration, teachers, staff, and parents are in partnership to lead students to love the Lord with all their heart, soul, and mind and to love others as themselves, serving their Lord and their fellow man after the example of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.
The educational environment shall be excellent in quality and in diversity, teaching academics, technology, fine arts and athletics from a reformed, Christian perspective.
Each student shall be taught to bring every thought captive to God's truth, subjecting all areas and activities of life to the scrutiny of God's Word and in obedience to Jesus Christ.
Each student shall be equipped to live and to think righteously within a fallen world by relying on God's Spirit, by applying His word, and by imitating Christ.
A commitment to continuous educational improvement is essential in response to changes in the needs of the individual and society, never compromising the Biblical mandate to be "in but not of" the world while transforming the culture for Christ.