Equipping The Next Generation

Raising Christian Leaders

Mission & Vision —

Spiritual growth, pursue academic excellence, and encourage Christlike character development

Olivet Academy strives to enable students of every academic level to reach their God-given potential for impacting the world for Jesus Christ.

Whether it be a need for extra assistance, encouragement, or challenge, we place a high priority on providing the necessary resources and environments

What We Do Differently —

Reach a God-Given Potential !

We are responsible for the quality of education.

01.

Nurturing God-Given Gifts

Focus on how your school is dedicated to recognizing and nurturing the unique talents and gifts that each student possesses. Emphasize a holistic approach to education that goes beyond academics to foster spiritual, emotional, and social growth.

02.

Excellence in Education, Grounded in Faith

Highlight your commitment to providing a high-quality education that integrates Christian values. Showcase academic achievements, qualified faculty, and a curriculum that encourages both intellectual and spiritual development.

03.

Empowering Future Leaders in Christ

Emphasize how your school aims not only to educate but also to empower students to become leaders who embody Christian principles. Showcase leadership programs, community service initiatives, and the development of strong moral character.

Our academic program is designed to the knowledge of the Gospel of Jesus Christ through proper Biblical integration. 

Olivet Academy is dually accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and the Middle States Association (MSA).

Events

Professional Development for Elementary, Middle and High School
; No School
1st Annaul Blood Drive
Wednesday April 17th 2024 Olivet Academy gymnasium from 9am to 2pm
Elementary School Parent-Teacher Conferences
Mar 8th
Apr 17th
Apr 17th to 19th

Announcement

American Red Cross in conjunction with Olivet Academy Health Club with host our 1st Annaul Blood Drive.

Wednesday April 17th 2024 Olivet Academy gymnasium from 9am to 2pm

Please see the blow link to participate in blood donation for our community.

Due to Bus driver unavailability, Olivet Academy will offer ONE BUS SERVICE next week March 18th-22nd.

The ONE BUS schedule will be as follows:

Monday 18th & Wednesday 20th: BUS 11 Route
Tuesday 19th & Thursday 21st: BUS 12 Route
Friday 22nd Morning: BUS 11 Route
Friday 22nd Afternoon: BUS 12 Route

Kindly make arrangements to drop off, and pick up students accordingly.

*BUS 11 ROUTE: Evangelical Center, Cricket Hill Rd., Confederate Dr.
*BUS 12 ROUTE: OC, HUNT, Dover Elementary

 

There have been several cases of PINK EYE in the elementary school.

Pink eye is condition that causes inflammation of the eye. It can be caused by bacteria, viruses, or allergens, or if something gets in the eye (such as chemicals or dirt). Viral and bacterial conjunctivitis are very contagious, spreading easily to others.

What are the symptoms?
One or both eyes may have:
-Pink or red color in the white of the eye
-Swelling of the conjunctiva (the tissue that lines the white part of the eye and inside the eyelid) and/or eyelids
Itching, irritation, and/or burning feeling in the eye
-Eye drainage (clear, thick white, yellow or green), crusting of eyelids or lashes, especially in the morning

What do I need to do?
o Watch your child for signs and symptoms of the disease
o If your child develops symptoms, please call your healthcare provider, inform the center, and keep your child home.

How is it spread?
Pink eye is easily spread by hands that have touched infected eyes, drainage from the eyes, or by touching contaminated items (e.g. washcloths, pillowcases, doorknobs).

How do I prevent this disease?
-Avoid touching your eyes
-Wash hands often
-Do not share towels or eye make-up
-Disinfect objects frequently touched

When can someone with pink eye return to school?
Children with symptoms of pink eye need to stay home until they have clearance from a healthcare provider. Those that have infectious pink eye may return to school with a doctor’s clearance. If prescribed, they can return 24 hours after starting antibiotic drops for pink eye.

Please present doctor’s note to the administration.

https://www.cdc.gov/conjunctivitis/about/prevention.html

The school is conducting registration for the coding club for 3rd to 6th-grade students by Jan. 7th.

The coding club begins at the beginning of February.

Who is interested in enrolling their child into Tae Kwon Do class during after school, please fill out this form by due date.