The OAKS difference is real and measurable.
It’s a well-known fact that students in Adventist schools are working on a higher level than anticipated when compared to public school students. However, compared to other Adventist schools in the Georgia-Cumberland Conference, our performance is on average more than one year stronger than the Georgia-Cumberland Conference average. Our OAKS students and teachers work hard to achieve their academic goals. The OAKS difference is real and measurable.
Measure of Academic Progress
All students in grades 3-8 take the online MAP Growth tests in Math, Reading, and Language three times a year (September, January, April).
All students in Kindergarten through grade 2 take Dibels tests multiple times each year to gauge their academic progress.