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Here Comes Another!

Sunnybrook Christian School (Anita Hauf) located in Stillwater joined OSF yesterday.  Sunnybrook Christian School exists to offer a Christ-centered academic program of excellence, and to support actively involved Christian parents in their God-given responsibility to train their children to glorify God and to be fully equipped as moral, intelligent, productive, and responsible citizens who will serve and witness to the world.  Sunnybrook Christian School serves students PRE-K through 8th grade and is ACSI, North Central and State of Oklahoma Accredited. …

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  • October 15, 2014

Two More Schools Join the Family!

Victory Life Academy based in Durant (Brent Shain) recently became a part of the OSF.  Victory Life Academy is a private school that rests its foundation on the rock of Jesus Christ.  Through this foundation, the mission of Victory Life Academy is to offer a quality and affordable education from kindergarten through 12th grade that provides a spiritual and educational environment for students to: Discover their identity in Christ, develop their God-given strengths and abilities, learn sound Biblical and academic principles set at…

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  • October 14, 2014

Welcome, Lawton Christian School!

Lawton Christian School (Pete and Patti Rhea) joined the OSF.  Lawton Christian School partners with Christian families to educate the mind, body and spirit within the context of a biblical worldview, equipping students to impact their culture for Jesus Christ.  Lawton Christian School takes very seriously its mission to educate the whole child in terms of his mind, body, and spirit. The faculty and staff of LCS have pledged to give of themselves, their time, and their gifts in the daily…

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  • October 14, 2014

Metro Christian Academy, Welcome!

Metro Christian Academy (Roger Gerstenberger) in Tulsa jumped on board the OSF train.  Metro Christian Academy is a college preparatory school offering students an accredited liberal arts curriculum in which they may develop in spirit, mind, and body. Through the Metro curriculum, we strive to meet the needs of each student by helping them recognize their God-given talents and capacities. With the Bible as its foundation and standard of truth, the MCA faculty familiarizes students with widely acknowledged ideas within…

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  • October 14, 2014

Altus Christian Academy joins OSF!

Altus Christian Academy (Dana Darby) recently joined the OSF family.  Altus Christian Academy's mission is to build excellence in education through biblical principles.  They believe that each child is to be valued as a unique creation of God, fearfully and wonderfully made (Psalm 139:13-16). Each child has particular traits, talents, and abilities and has a distinct learning profile of strengths and weaknesses. Children should be in an environment in which those differences are recognized and developed.  Altus Christian Academy focuses…

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  • October 14, 2014

Corn Bible Academy Joins OSF!

Corn Bible Academy (Curt Cloud) recently joined the OSF family.  Corn Bible Academy was established in Corn, Oklahoma in 1902, founded on the Godly principles of the Mennonite Brethren Church. A group of Russian/German immigrants settled in the central western part of the Oklahoma Territory, determined to build a community with a deep devotion to Christian faith and biblical principles, experience in agriculture, an appetite for hard work, and a desire for prosperity. A foundational concern in developing this community…

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  • September 29, 2014

Disability Discrimination Interpretation

The Law and the Opportunity Scholarship Fund agreement requires schools to state that they will not discriminate in admissions based upon disability. This has caused some concern among schools. It should not. Schools may be concerned that this requirement means they must admit any disabled student regardless of the severity of the disability or the additional resources a school would require to provide. It does not. The following is the position of the OSF Board of Directors. This provision applies…

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  • September 22, 2014

The Bandwagon Grows

Two more schools jumped on the OSF bandwagon this week! Trinity School (Jennifer Vaught) is located in Oklahoma City and recently joined the OSF. Trinity’s mission is to provide a safe and nurturing educational experience for children with learning differences through programs designed to meet each student’s specific needs.   A foundational belief of Trinity School is that active learning is fundamental to the full development of a child’s potential.  Trinity school promotes independent thinking, active learning, a “can-do” attitude, and…

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  • September 17, 2014

BULLETIN

For 2014-15, the Scholarship Act allows an eligible student to receive up to $6,194 annually. This is 80% of the statewide annual average expenditure per pupil reported by the State Department of Education. The actual scholarship amount will depend upon a number of factors including OSF/participating school success in raising funds each year. The school will propose a scholarship amount, but the final decision will rest with the OSF. A low income student is defined as eligible for free and reduced…

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  • September 16, 2014

Three More Schools …

Three more schools have signed agreements to join the Opportunity Scholarship Fund. They are Victory Christian School (Tulsa), Town and County School (Tulsa) and the Mission Academy (Oklahoma City). The purpose of Victory Christian School is to provide a quality Christian education without compromising the Word of God, in an environment where students will experience maximum success. Students learn to live by the Word of God, be led by the Spirit of God, and reach out to others with the Love of…

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  • September 12, 2014
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