All About College/Career Planning

Hosanna offers multiple ways to prepare your child for life after high school.

We take pride in working with our students to help them understand their strengths and interests.  Whether that takes them to college, a trade school, or into an Internship out in the work force, Hosanna prepares students for all paths after graduation. Each student is an individual, we don’t believe in putting all students into the same college bound box, but encourage them to explore and investigate all College/Career options. We encourage each student to reach for their best and highest goal, and give them many opportunities to challenge themselves to achieve even higher aspirations for their future.

We have several opportunities for our upper classmen to receive college credits prior to high school graduation.

KCC Dual Credit Courses

Several classes offered on campus are available to receive college credit through this program.  Writing, Speech, Math, and Biology, with plans to add our Physics, Anatomy & Physiology, and Spanish classes to dual credit status next year.

Klamath Community College Now

KCC Now is also available to our Junior and Senior students. Our students enroll and attend classes at OIT and KCC through this program, giving them a head start on their college education.

Klamath Community College Online

Klamath Community College Online is another option for our upper classmen to take challenging, rigorous college courses without leaving our campus.


Beyond graduation, many of our students have gone on to pursue and fulfill their dreams.


Nate Beckstrand, a 2015 graduate was accepted to the US Air Force Academy through a highly selective (less than 10% of applicants are accepted) application process. Nate is now in Colorado Springs training to become an officer in the US Air Force.

“For my son, Hosanna was a place where he blossomed as a student and a Christian. The small class size and caring teachers, meant greater opportunities to excel academically and personally.  In our culture that is increasingly hostile to Christian and traditional American values, I was relieved of the concern that what was being taught was counter to our family values. While having three children in private Christian school has been a financial sacrifice, I always felt that God would honor that sacrifice.  And He has.  I am reminded of a caption (author unknown) titled “Priorities”  “A hundred years from now it will not matter what my bank account was, the sort of house I lived in, or the kind of car I drove … but the world may be different because I was important in the life of a child.”   John, Nate’s father


Amber Nelson, a 2004 graduate and recipient of the prestigious Ford Foundation Scholarship, graduated from George Fox with honors in Pre-med Biology and Psychology. She also completed her Masters’ degree in Clinical Mental Health Counseling and has been contacted regularly by recruiting agents from the FBI, George Fox University and medical programs, such as UCLA.

“Amber’s teachers were willing to spend one-on-one time helping her find her potential. They encouraged her to never be satisfied with mediocrity.”  Nanette, Amber’s mom


Kallie Doval, a 2005 graduate, is the Founder and Director of 31 BITS.  After graduating from Vanguard University with a major in Cultural Anthropology, Kallie founded a now-successful jewelry company that benefits single mothers in Uganda.  Check out her story at

“Hosanna taught our children that they were valued, that they could dare to be themselves, and dream beyond the world as they knew it.”  Teresa, Kallie’s mom