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These online resources for OACS students are accessible from home.

The OACS Plan is an ambitious set of goals to make sure that  all of our students are enabled to be critical thinkers and not mere reflectors of other people's thoughts.

Closures are based on recommendations from the School District of                                           Osceola County. 


Osceola Adventist Christian School participates in the State of Florida School of Choice scholarship program.   The OACS code of ethics provides our constituency and stakeholders with reasonable expectations of our staff.

The OACS handbook provides basic guidelines and policies set forth for the orderly operation of the school.  All parents, students, staff members and visitors to our campus are expected to abide by these guidelines and policies.

The 2016-2017 bus schedule is available to view online.


The OACS homework policy takes a unique approach to the delicate balance between home and school.


Parent Portal. You will need to provide the school with a working email address.

Apply for 2017-2018.

Scholarships are available through the Florida School of Choice Program.





Osceola Adventist Christian School wishes to express our profound thanks to the faithful and dedicated ministry of Dr. and Mrs. Cookenmaster.  This dynamic duo has served our school for the past five years.  We pray for this family as they move to another Conference, where Dr. Cookenmaster has been asked to serve as an Associate Superintendent of Schools.

OACS would like to welcome Mrs. Nieves Jenkins to the role of principal and grades 4 & 5 teacher.  While not new to OACS, we also welcome Mrs. Lena Soares-Mullings to the role of Administrative Secretary/Treasurer.  We also welcome Ms. Michelle Thomas to the role of grades 2 & 3 teacher.  Please make these individuals feel welcome as they start their service to our constituency and stakeholdership on July 5.