In you, Lord my God,I put my trust. Psalm 25:1
March 25, 2018
Exciting Opportunities as Classes Raise Money
Warrior Challenge "Top Fund Raising Student" Prize Announced!

The student who raises the most cash for the 2018 Warrior Challenge will receive a grand prize, choosing from the following three gifts:

  • A week at Athens Y camp for boys or Camp Chattooga for girls along with a friend pass (Ages 7-14), or
  • An Apple Ipad Air2 (32 GB), or
  • Paddleboard or kayak

The grand prize will be awarded to the student who raises the most cash which is contributed to the Warrior Challenge fund by April 20. (Gift-in-kind items donated for the golf classic or class drive are not counted toward a student's or a class's cash contribution.)

The prize gifts not chosen by he grand prize winner will be up for auction after the Warrior Challenge is completed, and the funds raised through the auction will be added to the Challenge total.
Our students have planned a number of ways to raise money for tuition assistance through the Warrior Challenge! Review our list below and support our classes as they work toward their goal of raising $2,000 per class!

This past week, the 8 th grade again turned in the most money for the Class Drive. They will receive an ice cream during lunch on Friday. Mr. Charles Frick turned in the most money for the Warrior Challenge Golf Classic and will receive a restaurant gift certificate.

To date, our Golf Classic has raised $39,400 toward the tournament goal of of $100,000, and the Class Drive has raised $4239 of the $25,000 goal. Our current total toward the $125,000 Warrior Challenge goal is $43,639. Keep up the great work!
Kindergarten:  Students are Writing letters to their family members for donations, and selling chocolate-covered pretzels

1 st Grade: Coin Collecting in special containers they decorate and take home

2 nd Grade: Doughnut sale

3 rd Grade:  T-shirt Sale; Lollipop sale, Writing letters requesting donations

4 th Grade: Lollipop sale; Concessions at home Soccer games

5 th Grade: Yard Sale  April 14 - OCA parking lot (same time as 9th grade car wash) We are collecting items for this now. If you have something you would like to donate, please bring it to the car rider room on the elementary hall. Also, Mrs. Holland's Book sale - Mrs. Holland's book Do You Love God More Than Me? is on sale now in the school library and front office

6 th Grade: Country Meat sticks - $1/stick
7 th Grade: Father/Daughter - Mother/Son Dance - April 14 6:30-8:00 OCA cafetorium; $10/ticket ON SALE THIS WEEK IN OFFICE or see Mrs. Woodring

8 th Grade: Letters to Alumni - Mr. Looney's first 8th grade class; Schlotzky's Deli OCA Spirit night Tuesday, April 10th, 4-9 pm

9 th Grade: Car Wash on same day as Yard Sale - April 14th - OCA parking lot

10 th Grade: Hat DAY  March 16th - $2 ticket to wear a hat to school on this day; 2 litre Bottle Fill-up with coins

11 th Grade: Waffle Breakfast Completed; Pine Straw sale (proceeds go first to support the Prom- Completed)

12 th Grade: GO FUND ME account with Video highlighting a day in the life of a senior. 
Golfers Needed for Warrior Classic Golf Tourney
Golfers are needed to play in our Warrior Classic Golf Tournament. We have several teams looking for men or women to play on Monday, April 24. The golfers will also help the team captains raise the $5,000 team goal. Students may form teams with each player responsible for raising $650 or the Student Team goal of $2500. If you are interested in playing on a team, or forming a 3- or 4-person team, please contact Brad Curlee at
Lunch Order for April 9 - 13
Monday, April 9

Tuesday, April 10

Wednesday, April 11
Ingle's Deli
Thursday, April 12

Friday, April 13
Little Caesar's Pizza
Continue to Reenroll Online
It is time to make your commitment for the 2018-2019 academic year at Oconee Christian Academy.

To reenroll online,
  1. Go to
  2. On right side, click LOGIN (Use the FAMILY account)
  3. Enter School Code: 749
  4. Enter Your user name and password
  5. On left side, click tab Reenroll
  6. Follow the instructions and enter information. All areas in red boxes are required. You will not be able to continue to the next page until you complete all required information.
  7. When finished, click Submit

Your reenrollment will be approved when the online process is complete and your reenrollment fees are PAID.

If you have more than one student to reenroll, choose the next student under Now Viewing at the top of the page, then follow the same process.

If you have questions, please email Linda Zeagler:
Warrior Athletics
Last Week's Results
Warrior Golf

Monday, March 19
Defeated Berea 173-214
Know Whiten and Silas Strawderman
both shot 38.

Warrior Soccer

Monday, March 19
Lost to Oakwood 2-3 in overtime. Both Emma Nicholson and Emmie Malphrus scored goals.

Friday, March 23
Lost to Hampton Park 0-5
Warrior Baseball

Friday, March 23
Defeated Hampton Park 9-2
Alex Durham pitched a complete game and hit one homerun and had 4 RBIs.
This Week's Athletic Activities

Monday, March 126
4:00 pm vs Oakwood at Brookstone Meadows

Tuesday, March 27
4:00 pm vs Powdersville at Cross Creek

Monday, March 26
5:00 pm vs Haywood Christian

Tuesday, March 27
5:00 pm vs Eagle Ridge

Thursday, March 29
5:00 pm vs Anderson Cavs
Girl's Soccer

Monday, March 26
5:00 pm vs Westgate

Tuesday, March 27
4:00 pm vs Bob Jones at

Thursday, March 29
5:00 pm vs Lakepoint
Inclement Weather Make-up Day
Monday, May 7 has been designated as inclement weather make-up days. Please plan to attend school on this day!
And In Other News...
Special thanks goes to Shane Clardy, Gary and Patricia Ragsdale, and Todd Williams for spreading the safety mulch under the new playground.
The third and fourth grade students traveled to Columbia to visit the South Carolina State Museum. They went on a scavenger hunt looking for facts about the state,spanning history from the Native Americans to the state's settlers to present day.