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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


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

Stonebridge Academy, Welcome!

Stonebridge Academy (Wren Hawthorne) joined the OSF family this week.  Based in Okmulgee, Stonebridge Academy offers a rigorous academic curriculum to students pre-3 through 8th grade.  They strive to give the students exposure to the arts, instill respect and diversity, explore community engagement and enrich ethical behavior.  Stonebridge Academy delivers a welcoming environment where every student is encouraged and challenged to develop academically, socially and personally in their quest of becoming an effective world citizen.

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  • September 9, 2014

Florida’s Tax Credit Scholarships

The Florida program was launched in 2001. In the 2013-14 school year alone, the program awarded almost 60,000 scholarships at an average value of $4,663 each. The program is capped at $286 million in tax credits.  There is no personal income tax in Florida so all the generated scholarship money is from private business. Florida businesses receive generous dollar for dollar tax credits. It is estimated that 30% of Florida's students can qualify for the scholarships whereas 80% of Oklahoma…

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  • September 4, 2014

Christian Heritage Academy (Del City) Newest OSF Member

Christian Heritage Academy (Josh Bullard) joined the OSF this week.  Founded in 1972, Christian Heritage Academy is a private, non-denominational Christian school and is fully accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International (ACSI) and recognized by the state of Oklahoma. Christian Heritage Academy offers PreK-12 grade and assistance to home school families.  Their purpose is to assist the home and church in building a solid foundation in the life of each student- a life characterized by a personal salvation…

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  • August 28, 2014

Happy Hands Education Center Joins OSF

Happy Hands Education Center (Jan Pride and Darla Otto) of Broken Arrow  joined the Fund this week. This Center is both nationally unique - and nationally recognized - for its expertise and dedication to educating hearing impaired children ages 0-6. It is the only school of its kind in Oklahoma and surrounding states. Happy Hands is a center for families with children who are deaf or hard of hearing and children who have other communication disorders. Their purpose is to empower these…

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  • August 25, 2014

Wesleyan Christian School and Tulsa Hope Academy First to Join OSF

The first two schools to sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the Fund were Wesleyan Christian School of Bartlesville (Jan Boomer, July 18) and the Tulsa Hope Academy (Debra McCullough, July 24). Both schools have immediate plans to expand their scholarship programs via the Opportunity Scholarship Fund.

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  • August 12, 2014
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