History

  • Established in 2004
  • Inter-Denominational
  • PreK-3 through 5th Grade
  • Rigorous academic program through ABEKA

Student and Faculty Information:

  • 46 Students
  • 5 Full Time Instructors / 40% with Advanced Degrees
  • 12:1 Student Teacher Ratio

Academic Highlights:
2009-2010

  • PreK-3 students embrace and excel in class work that exceeds Kindergarten Level
  • PreK-4 students are reading at a 1st grade level at the end of each academic year
  • 100% of the 2009-2010 1st Grade class scored above the 7th Percentile Rank and maintained a 3.8 Grade Point Average
  • 82% of the 2009-2010 4th Grade Class scored above the 80th National Percentile Rank
  • 75% of the 2009-2010 4th Grade Class scored above 6th grade level in Reading and Math
  • 50% of the 2009-2010 2nd Grade Class scored above the 80th National Percentile Rank
  • 100% of the student body participates in the Annual Economics Fair which is featured in local newspapers and television stations
  • 3rd Grade Students placed in ASCI Regional Spelling Bee

2010-2011

  • 100% of the Kindergarten Class tested in the 95th National Percentile Rank in Reading
  • 100% of the Kindergarten Class scored above 1st grade level in Reading and Math
  • 100% of the 1st Grade Class scored above the 2nd grade level in Reading
  • 100% of the 1st grade class scored in the 83rd National Percentile Rank in Math
  • 2nd Grade and 3rd Grade Class scored above the 5th grade level in Reading and Math
  • 5th Grade students ranked in the 80th national Percentile Rank in Reading and 77th National Percentile Rank in Math
  • 100% of the student body participated in the Annual Economics Fair

Students who finish the academic program in the 4th and/or 5th grade, were accepted to middle school programs such as Cascia Hall, Carver Middle School, Thoreau Demonstration School, Edision and KIPP-Tulsa College Preparatory. Currently we have former students attending Booker T. Washington High School, Edision High School, and Webster High School.

  • Each year all students participate in community service projects such as food drives, “Basic Needs” collection drive for the homeless, Angel Tree, Adopt a Gradnparent and Package Preparation for our Armed Forces Service Members.
  • The entire student body participates in a themed base Annual Gala entitled “A Brass and Sassy Affair”. Each year, students learn history facts pertaining to the chosen theme and perform during the gala in front of a crowd of over 650 attendees.