Omaha Christian Academy – An Education for Eternity 2018-06-04T14:21:06+00:00


A true education prepares children for eternity and begins with the acknowledgment there is a great Creator God, who is the source of all knowledge and all wisdom (Proverbs 1:7; 9:10).

The choice you make for your student’s education shapes them academically, spiritually, and in their worldview and skills. At Omaha Christian Academy (OCA), the faculty and staff are equipped to address each of these developing areas of a student’s life. OCA takes seriously the responsibility to develop student’s minds, but we don’t distance God from academics. We also know that developing skills in young people is essential to helping them reach their God-given potential.

OCA is an academically rigorous, college preparatory Christian school dedicated to directing the hearts and minds of all students toward Kingdom purposes. OCA has been training up the next generation of world-changers since its founding in 1972. For more than four decades, OCA has inspired students to achieve academic excellence, athletic success, and championship recognition in performing arts. OCA equips students to be servant leaders by educating and developing the whole person for the glory of God.

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Excellence in Christian Education


The best way for you to experience OCA is to come as a family for a free, educational success consultation. Here’s what to expect:


Don’t let us just tell you about it, come see for yourself what makes Omaha Christian Academy different. We will show you our campus and experience our Christ-centered environment.


We want to ensure success for each student. We will dialogue about the individual needs of each child and you can ask questions to make sure OCA is a good fit for your family.


We will go over the curriculum used at Omaha Christian Academy and how it helps shape not only the minds of our students, but also their hearts to love Jesus and grow in their faith.



The window is small to shape the hearts and minds of our young people. OCA takes this role seriously and we can’t wait to show you what we have to offer.



OCA Athletes Qualify for State Track Meet

Four OCA athletes have qualified for individual events at the Nebraska State Track meet in Class D. Plus, the Girl’s 400 Meter Relay team has qualified. The individual qualifiers are:

Senior Noah Keuck – High Jump and 200 Meter Dash
Junior Kylie Lundquist – Long Jump
Sophomore Cheyenne Anderson – High Jump
Sophomore Eternity Gines – 100 Meter High Hurdles and 300 Meter Low Hurdles.

The 400 Meter Relay team is:

Senior Shirley Reginald
Junior Kylie Lundquist
Sophomore Cheyenne Anderson
Sophomore Abby Tulsie

Congratulations to these young people for their achievements!

Here is a link to the State Track Meet Schedule

2018 Senior Mission Trip Changed Lives

For this year’s senior mission trip, eight OCA students visited Trinidad from March 28th to April 4th. Once again, OCA teamed up with Trinidad and Tobago Ministries (ttum.org) to serve the elderly and youth of Trinidad. Students visited nursing homes and organized a Vacation Bible School for local youth. It was amazing to see the impact this trip had on those we served as well as our students. We are so proud of them for sharing the Gospel with boldness. God did a mighty work in the hearts of our students and many came away with a greater revelation of His love for us and others. Certainly, they will remember the relationships that were formed and how God moved.

OCA Cheer Squad Gains Medals at the State Cheer and Dance Competition

The OCA Cheerleaders continued a tradition of excellence at the State Cheer and Dance Competition on Friday, February 16th. Coach Stacey Ferrel’s squad won 1st-Place for their Sideline routine in Class D and garnered 2nd-Place for their Non-Tumbling routine while competing in Class C2/D. In addition the girls were voted the Spirit Award in Class D for the Competition.

Congratulations to Coach Ferrel and the OCA Cheer Squad. GREAT job, ladies!

OCA Has New Bleachers!

OCA installed new bleachers in our Activities Center in time for our 1st Home basketball game of the year on January 6th. Click on the link below to see an article on this installation.

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