1130 Main Street, Oxford, ME 04270 E-Mail: ohca@oxfordnetworks.net Phone: (207) 743-5970

COURSE OFFERINGS

Which courses are being offered from each category will depend on the year.

Bible (Discipleship)


Bible course will vary from year to year


English (Honors level available for each class)


9/10 – Intro to Literature                  


9/10 – World Literature            


11/12 – American Literature


11/12 – British Literature


Social Studies


9/10 - Geography


9/10 – World History


11/12 – Maine Studies/Government


11/12 – U.S. History


Mathematics                             


Algebra I                                    


Algebra II                                    


Geometry                                    


Consumer Math                          


Pre-Calculus                                


Calculus possible


Science


Physical Science


Biology


Chemistry


Physics


Fine Arts


Art


Music Worship


Theatre Arts (2 cr/yr)


Yearbook


Foreign Language                      


Spanish I                                    


Spanish II                                  


Physical Education


Sports qualify per the formula; or independent plan per Administrator approval


Computer


Computer Applications


Computer Hardware


Other Courses                           


Consumer Applications                    


Career Prep                       


Senior Advisory                               


Sports


Fall - Soccer – Coed


Winter – Boys Basketball & Girls Volleyball


Spring – Indoor Soccer - Coed

Additional Course Policies  

Add/Drop Policy                                                                                   


Students may ADD a class within the first two weeks of school at the beginning of the year. Students may choose to DROP a class without incurring a failing grade by the end of the second full week of classes. Withdrawal from a class after two weeks will result in an administrative failure. Required courses may not be dropped. The student must obtain written permission from administration, the teacher, and parents in order to drop a class. Any course designed to be a year-long course cannot be dropped after the two week period without incurring a failing grade.

Fine Arts


Art


Music Worship


Theatre Arts (2 cr/yr)


Yearbook


Foreign Language


Spanish I                                    


Spanish II                                  


Physical Education


Sports qualify per the formula; or independent plan per Administrator approval


Computer


Computer Applications


Computer Hardware


Other Courses                           


Consumer Applications                    


Career Prep                       


Senior Advisory                               


Sports


Fall - Soccer – Coed


Winter – Boys Basketball & Girls Volleyball


Spring – Indoor Soccer - Coed

Class Availability


Class availability may change based on such factors as personnel and interested students. In the event that a new class becomes available, or students sign up for a class that will not be offered, students will be contacted.


Class Registration


Students will receive a form for registering for next year’s classes during the 4th quarter. New students enrolling will receive this form upon acceptance. This form must be returned by the given deadline. It is the student's and parents’ responsibility to see that the needed classes have been taken. Please review the graduation requirements.


Grade Point Averages (GPAs)



Grade point average is based upon a 4.0 system and a 5.0 for Honors courses. The GPA is updated each semester. A student’s GPA is very important for college entrance, auto insurance, and job recommendations. High school students need to understand that their grades are important to their future.

Graduation

Financial Requirements




No student will be allowed to participate in graduation exercises unless his/her account is paid in full and all items belonging to the school (text books, sports uniforms, etc.) have been returned.


Incompletes

Students will receive no credit for courses which they have not satisfactorily completed the work as outlined by the teacher of the class. The teacher reserves the right to require a student to redo an assignment if it is not completed satisfactorily or is not up to the ability level of the student. Diplomas are not issued to students who have an incomplete on their transcript.


Chapel


Chapel is an integral part of the spiritual development of our students. It is a time of singing, worship, prayer, and sharing from the Scriptures. Parents and friends are welcome to attend.


Chapel speakers come from different church backgrounds, but all must be in agreement with our statement of faith. Several local pastors, youth and children's workers, known spiritual leaders of our community are invited to speak. We attempt to invite age appropriate speakers to address the spiritual needs of our elementary, middle school and high school students. Our students are expected to actively partricipate as fellow worshipers and active leaders.


A weekly offering is received to make it possible for the sponsorship of a student to attend school in Haiti as well as to receive a daily meal and school clothes. This sponsorship is through New Missions.

Review the OHCA Parent/Student Handbook for complete academic information



Student Handbook 2017 - Tuition Updated.pdf