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Oneida Baptist Institute

Box 67 
Oneida, KY 40972
USA


606-847-4111

Grades 6-12

Co-Ed

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1 year


We combine the values of a traditional Christian school with openness to non-Christians and students with all kinds of needs and backgrounds.

Oneida believes in accepting a student whenever he or she needs the ministry we provide. Therefore, we enroll young people throughout the year. The primary exception to this open timetable is the three-week period before a required break. Generally, as long as a student is physically and emotionally able to be away from home and chooses to come to OBI, he/she will be accepted.


We charge a $35 processing fee per application. Because we want our students and their families to know as much as possible about Oneida before enrolling, we have a detailed orientation process. Our admissions personnel conduct telephone interviews as an initial step. The prospective student and his/her family then tour the campus - always by appointment and always on a Sunday.

We are not a reform school, and we do not focus exclusively on students who have problems. We do, however, often accept students who provide challenges for us. We do not accept any student who is not physically and emotionally able to be away from home. During our evaluation process, we seriously assess any behaviors that could hurt others and do not accept every student who applies.

May graduate with either a standard diploma or an advanced diploma. About 60% of Oneida graduates go on to college or other institutions of higher learning. Also provide "English as a Second Language" for international students, and developmental English for students who need assistance with high school English skills.
Activities: Volleyball, cheerleading and softball for girls; golf, wrestling and baseball for boys; cross country, basketball, swimming, tennis, track and field, and soccer for both boys and girls. Other cocurricular programs are: FFA, Academic team, drama, choir, concert and pep band, FCA, Boy Scouts, BETA Club and Baptist Student Union. Students publish a monthly newspaper and an annual yearbook.
Counseling: While we do not have mandatory counseling of any kind, the OBI staff will approach student problems with Biblical counseling as a tool. Voluntary Pastoral counseling is available for problems related to the studentís school and personal experience.
Family Involvement: Dormitory students may have one weekend home per month, provided they live close enough for this to be feasible. Additionally, one other weekend a month the family may come to visit with the student on campus.
Length of Stay: 1 year
Financial Assistance: Oneida provides financial assistance for virtually every student.
Staff: Christian faculty and staff
Tuition Costs: $475 per month
Special Features: OBI is Accredited by the Kentucky Non-Public School Commission and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Oneida Baptist Institute opened its doors January 1st, 1900. All Oneida students are required to attend a 30 minute chapel service each school day. Boarding students are additionally required to attend two worship services on Sundays.


Enrollment Information:
We do accept students year-round, though not every day. Our Admission's process goes on throughout the year and students are interviewed and accepted every Sunday )except within 3 weeks of a major break.)
Description of Program:
We combine the values of a traditional Christian school with openness to non-Christians and students with all kinds of needs and backgrounds.

Volleyball, cheerleading and softball for girls; golf, wrestling and baseball for boys; cross country, basketball, swimming, tennis, track and field, and soccer for both boys and girls. Other cocurricular programs are: FFA, Academic team, drama, choir, concert and pep band, FCA, Boy Scouts, BETA Club and Baptist Student Union. Students publish a monthly newspaper and an annual yearbook.

While we do not have mandatory counseling of any kind, the OBI staff will approach student problems with Biblical counseling as a tool. Voluntary Pastoral counseling is available for problems related to the studentís school and personal experience.

Dormitory students may have one weekend home per month, provided they live close enough for this to be feasible. Additionally, one other weekend a month the family may come to visit with the student on campus.

Oneida provides financial assistance for virtually every student.

Christian faculty and staff

OBI is Accredited by the Kentucky Non-Public School Commission and the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools. Oneida Baptist Institute opened its doors January 1st, 1900. All Oneida students are required to attend a 30 minute chapel service each school day. Boarding students are additionally required to attend two worship services on Sundays

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