OBI helps students lay a foundation for the future, whether in academia, agriculture, military, or business. We aid multicultural Christian and non-Christian students alike to discover and develop their God-given potential. Behavioral, relational, and spiritual needs are positively addressed within consistent structure, personal care and guidance through active, genuine, compassion founded upon the gospel of Jesus Christ. Educating students from a wide variety of backgrounds and cultures, from academic “whiz kids” to those who may have fallen behind academically, are caught in family conflict, or just need to start over.Oneida offers AP courses; small classes; caring teachers; co-curriculars; tutoring; remedial classes; a daily, supervised study hall; work program; and daily, youth-oriented chapel services.OBI strives to meet students where they are and give the opportunity to succeed in education for both time and eternity.For details of school fees and admission processes for U.S. and international students, please see our website and then call for more details and/or answers to your questions.
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