Educating Leaders for Tomorrow
Our Savior Christian Academy does not stand down when it comes to developing tomorrow's leaders. "Weather a student chooses college, trade school or another form of continuing education, the Academy works to instill a love of learning through excellences, while being immersed in Holy Scripture," stated Superintendent Pappert. OSCA graduate Kayla Kisker ('20), puts it this way, "Because of OSCA, I am very equipped spiritually to deal with the world, which is the most valuable tool you can have." A number of graduates also noted that with the high-level of education OSCA provides, it makes the transition from high school to college much easier. Kianna Pappert ('20) advised underclassman "by working hard at OSCA, everything else will be easier moving forward." OSCA works hard to prepare each student for their next steps. This was true for 2021 graduate Jack Kurtz. "When I wanted a more advanced math curriculum my senior year, OSCA provided it. It is through this advanced learning that I was prepared to fill my current role as math tutor while studying engineering at Metropolitan Community College." Each student is special to us. You may not know each graduate by name, but you do know who they are. An amazing group of hard working young adults that carry their armor of God with them daily and who value the experiences and relationships had at their Christian Academy.
OSCA Alumni Updates
Kayla Kisker '20- Completed her Associates Degree at Metropolitan Community College (MCC) with honors and transferred to Concordia in Seward Nebraska this past August.
Kianna Pappert '20- Serves the Air Guard, Security Forces, for the 139th Air Lift Wing.
Jack Kurtz '21- Attends Metropolitan Community College (MCC) and is employed by MCC's Maple Woods campus as a math tutor.
Zeke Burger '22- Attends Metropolitan Community College.
Ben Meirose '22- Attends Kansas Christian College and plays on their men's basketball team.
Olivia Neth '22- Served OSCA by assistant coaching the high school girls volleyball team this past season, while attending Metropolitan Community College.
Laney Shipley '22- Attends Kansas Christian College and is a member of their women's volleyball team.
OSCA Calendar Highlights
Check out the School Calendar for details Student Worship Every Wednesday Smithville- 8:15am Platte City- 9:30am Parents are Welcome! Sunday Worship 9:00 Traditional Service in PC 10:00 Blended Service in SM 11:00 WePraise Service in PC November 11 Veteran's Day KoZaks Lunch Orders are Due November 18 Middle School Dance High School Dance 7pm November 22-25 Thanksgiving Break