Ontario Christian High School
A private Christian High School equipping students to excel in scholarship and grow in discipleship.
Known as a top-ranked Inland Empire private school, Ontario Christian High School offers a Christ-centered, college preparatory curriculum to equip students to excel in scholarship and grow in discipleship.
Here, a diverse student body finds an encouraging, supportive, and positive environment in the classroom and beyond. When you walk onto campus, you’re “Knighted” as part of a family with a rich history of “Growing Christian Leaders.”
Average percentage of graduates are seeking higher education
Our courses meet A-G requirements for four-year colleges and universities.
Students have access to 15 AP, advanced and honors classes.
Average in scholarships offered to each class over 4 years
27 CIF athletics teams.
Number of league championships.
Individual college counseling and career guidance to meet the needs of all students.
SAT/ACT scores are consistently above the California and National averages.
A thriving fine-arts program provides creative opportunities for growth.
Students learn to discover and appreciate God-inspired wisdom and beauty in all subject areas. With a firm Biblical foundation, students build vibrant and intimate relationships with the Triune God. Our goal is to prepare students to be distinctive types of leaders wherever God calls them.
Each subject is taught with the assumption that God is in control of every square inch of creation. So, whether it’s English, History, Science, Physical Education, or Math – students are learning about the subject matter and their God.
At Ontario Christian, we are committed to academic excellence and college preparation. We are accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC) and Christian Schools International (CSI). All college preparatory, AP and Honors courses have been approved by the University of California and California State University systems as meeting the A-G course pattern. Each class curriculum goes through a rigorous approval process that includes teachers and administrators.
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A 98% average percentage of Ontario Christian graduates are seeking higher education, and over $4 million on average in scholarships, grants, and financial aid are offered to each class over four years for academic and athletic excellence. Historically, more than 95% of our graduates go on to attend a 4-year college.
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Our high school program has prepared students to attend prestigious universities nation-wide.
Art Center College of Design
Art Institute of CA
Azusa Pacific University
Boise State University
California Baptist University
CSU Long Beach
CSU Los Angeles
CSU Monterey Bay
CSU San Bernardino
CSU San Diego
CSU San Jose
CSU San Luis Obispo
CSU San Marcos
Case Western Reserve University
Claremont McKenna College
Colorado State University
Embry-Riddle University Prescott
George Fox University
Grand Canyon University
Holy Names University
Hope International University
Johns Hopkins University
La Sierra University
Life Pacific College
Loyola Marymount University
Mount St. Mary’s University
Northern Arizona University
Oregon State University
Pacific Lutheran University
Palm Beach Atlantic University
Parsons School of Design
Penn State University
Point Loma Nazarene University
Portland State University
Providence Christian College
San Diego Christian College
Seattle Pacific University
Spartan College of Aeronautics & Technology
St. John’s University
Texas Christian College
The Master’s College
Trinity Christian College
US Coast Guard Academy
US Military Academy
US Naval Academy
University of Alabama
UC Los Angeles
UC San Diego
UC Santa Barbara
UC Santa Cruz
University of La Verne
University of Montana Western
University of Nebraska Lincoln
University of Northern Colorado
University of Redlands
University of Rochester
University of Saint Katherine
University of Southern California
University of the Pacific
University of Washington
Virginia Military Institute
Warner Pacific University
Wentworth Institute of Technology
West Point Academy
William Jessup University
At Ontario Christian High School, we emphasize the development of students both academically and socially. Students have a wide array of extracurricular activities to choose from.
With an average of 60% student participation, Ontario Christian High School School has 27 teams competing in CIF with multiple League and CIF championships and a legacy of student-athletes who have gone on to compete in college athletics.
Facts about Ontario Christian Athletics
- 60% average high school athletic participation.
- Class of 2020 graduated 18 collegiate athletes
- 18 CIF Championships
- 2 State Championships
- 148 League Championships
Ontario Christian has won the Ambassador Cup seven out of the last 10 years and three years straight. The Ambassador Cup is a perpetual trophy awarded annually to the school with the best overall performance in a given academic year.
Students learn to appreciate and celebrate the arts in various bands, choirs, classes, clubs, showcases, and performances. An immersive art studio provides the creative space for our Drawing and Painting, Ceramics, and Design classes, while Albers Chapel sets the scene for our bands, choirs, and school plays.
A Well-Rounded Experience
We provide many options for students to grow as Christian leaders through ASB, National Honor Society, California Student Federation, Peer Counseling, and more!
Clubs and Activities
Whether it’s resting your case with the award-winning Mock Trial team, visiting renowned museums and galleries with the Art Club, or exploring marine life on a dive with the Scuba Club, there are many ways to get involved, develop lasting friendships, and enhance learning off-campus.
Exploring interests such as Culinary Arts, Set Design and Building in the shop, designing a logo in the computer lab, or using one of our 3D printers for an engineering project, a broad array of courses offer an exceptional opportunity for students to collaborate and create.
- 27 Athletics Teams
- Associated Student Body (ASB)
- Missions Trips
- Student Athletic Training Program
- Band (Marching, Concert, Jazz)
- Mock Trial
- Culinary Arts
- Fully Equipped Woods Shop
- Engineering and Graphic Design Lab
- Yearbook and School Newspaper
- Visual Arts
- School Drama Production and Talent Show
- Industrial Arts
- Mountain Club
- Art Club
- Film Club
- Fashion Club
- Scuba/Snorkeling Club
- California Scholarship Federation
- Fellowship of Christian Athletes
- National Honor Society
- Peer Counseling
Students are part of a loving community where they study the Word of God together and pray for one another in the morning devotional.
A Weekly Faith Experience
Each week, students worship God together in engaging chapel services. Additionally, each week students will meet with a small group of students led by a trusted adult staff member.
Our students learn to align their will to God’s as they delve into the Word of the living God.
- Old Testament
- New Testament
- Christian Perspectives
- Apologetics and World Religions
- Chapel Leadership
- Christian Leadership
Students put their faith in action as they engage in community service and short-term mission trips. Our current high school students have dedicated over 6,322 hours to service (and counting). They have partnered with World Vision, Operation Christmas Child, the Dream Center, local food banks, and have traveled to Nicaragua to work with Students International.
Counseling and Career Center
Ontario Christian Counseling Center partners with students and parents to enhance student learning in academic development, college planning, career aspirations, and personal/social growth.
The primary goal of the School Counseling Program is to promote and enhance student learning through three broad and interrelated areas of student development: academic development, career development, personal/social development. Ontario Christian High School adheres to the National Standards for School Counseling Programs but adds a fourth dimension of spiritual development. We communicate with parents and students through the Campus Connection, our website, and email.
Please visit our College and Career Center Site for upcoming events, resources, and other information to assist you in your academic career.
Quick Facts about Ontario Christian High School
- Average Class Size: 22-24 student per classroom (Honors, AP, and Elective classes typically have fewer students per classroom)
- Uniforms: Required through Dennis Uniforms
- School Hours:
- 7:55am–2:50pm (M, Tu, Th, Fr)
- 8:55am-2:50pm (Late Start Wednesdays)
Ontario Christian High School
931 W. Philadelphia St. Ontario, CA 91762
Phone: (909) 984-1756
Fax: (909) 460-0176
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