Orlando Christian Prep

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Orlando Christian Prep
Location
Orlando, Florida, United States
Information
Type Private, coeducational
Motto Developing World Changers
Established 1960
Principal Pam Piorkowski
Faculty 50
Number of students 400 (PK-12)
Campus Urban, 10 acres (40,000 m2)
Color(s) Royal, White, Yellow
Mascot Warriors
Website

Orlando Christian Prep is an independent, coeducational PK-12 Baptist day school located in Orlando, Florida. It is an extension of the work of Orlando Baptist Church. Orlando Christian Prep is home to approximately 400 students from pre-kindergarten through high school and has programs in athletics, music, drama and art and all other major academic areas.

History[edit]

Orlando Christian Prep was founded in 1960 as Orange Christian School a ministry of Temple Baptist Church

Athletics[edit]

Orlando Christian Prep is a member of the FHSAA and competes in the 2A classification.

Girls Sports[edit]

  • MS, JV, Varsity Volleyball
  • MS, Varsity Basketball
  • Varsity Softball
  • MS, Varsity Track and Field
  • Elementary Cheerleading
  • Elementary Soccer
  • Elementary Basketball

Boys Sports[edit]

  • Varsity Football
  • Varsity Golf
  • MS, JV, Varsity Basketball
  • Varsity Soccer
  • Varsity Volleyball
  • Varsity Baseball
  • MS, Varsity Track and Field
  • Elementary Soccer
  • Elementary Basketball

Athletic History[edit]

Orlando Christian Prep has been blessed with an exceptional sports program that includes five team state championships (1 girls basketball 2006, 4 boys basketball 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012) and two individual state championships (boys long jump 2011, boys high jump 2012)

In 2009 Orlando Christian Prep added Football, Baseball, Softball, and Soccer to the athletic program. Two years later the school completed construction of an on campus football field. This field is now used for practice, home football, and home soccer games. OCP baseball and softball practice and play at nearby Azalea Park Little League complex. The Varsity baseball team finished first in the district after only its second year. Girls softball competed as an independent within the FHSAA and has since moved to District play beginning in 2013.

Orlando Christian Prep Girls volleyball has finished second in the district 6 out of 7 years. The lady Warriors were led by new Head Coach Steven Foxworth.

Orlando Christian Prep basketball head coaches are Chris Cenicola and Reggie Kohn. Coach Cenicola, a state champion coach (2006, Pine Castle Christian), leads the Lady Warriors. Coach Cenicola is in his third year at OCP, including one visit to the Elite 8. Reggie Kohn, in his fifth year at OCP. His resume includes a four year starter at University of South Florida, multiple Florida Coach of the year awards, and four state championships in the FHSAA. Coach Kohn coaches the boys program and is the Director of Basketball for Orlando Christian Prep.

OCP Football has competed in the FHSAA for three years. Steadily improving each year the program will compete as an independent in the 2013 school year and vy for a SSAC playoff berth. The Warriors are led by longtime Coach David Langdon. Coach Langdon has a resume that includes starting the Cypress Creek program, Dr. Phillips head coach, and Pine Castle Christian Academy.

Coordinates: 28°32′13″N 81°18′39″W / 28.536935°N 81.31076°W / 28.536935; -81.31076