We chose Christian school when our son first started in
preschool when he was age two. He remained at that particular
school through the 6th grade. We knew we would have to make a
move when he entered high school as the school he was in only
went through 8 th grade. However, as our walk with Christ as a
family, and Drew’s personal walk with Christ grew and deepened,
we knew we wanted the very best for him academically but
without compromising Biblical truth. The curriculum he received
at his previous school was all secular and disclaimers were input
when that curriculum differed with Biblical truth. That was not
enough for us.
I knew about OSCS and had a couple of friends who had
enrolled their children there in recent years. After touring the
school and doing my homework regarding their history,
curriculum, test scores, etc., and after having our son tour the
school as well, we enrolled him for his 7 th grade year. That was
two years ago and we have no regrets!!!!
From day one he was made to feel welcome, loved, and part
of the family at Old Suwanee. While the academics are
challenging, the teachers are amazing and go above and beyond
to make sure that each student is able to reach their full potential.
The teachers freely give of their time after school for help classes.
Most importantly, the curriculum is a Christian curriculum that
includes Biblical truth in all subjects.
OSCS offers a variety of sports programs, as well as a fine
arts program that has something for everyone. Whether
competing in sports or fine arts, sportsmanship is stressed and
students are taught to use their God given talents for His glory
Each teacher and staff member lives out their Christian faith in
their daily walk as they teach and minister to the students. What
a blessing to know that my child has a sincere Christian role
model at every moment of his day.
We know that the two years that have passed and the four
years until graduation have been and will be vitally important in
the plan that God has for Drew’s life. OSCS will prepare him
academically, socially, and spiritually for what God has planned
for him.Tara Landry,