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homeschooling

Oklahoma is the only state with a constitutional provision guaranteeing the right to homeschool. Article 13, Section 4 of the Constitution of Oklahoma guarantees the homeschool exemption by stating that the "legislature shall provide for the compulsory attendance at some public or other school, unless other means of education are provided, of all children in the State who are sound in mind and body, between the ages of eight and sixteen, for at least three months each year."

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Home School Legal Defense Association works to make homeschooling possible for every family that wants to do it. 

"In Oklahoma, there are no reporting and testing requirements for homeschool programs. As long as you teach for 180 days, you can legally operate a homeschool program following your own guidelines.

While there are no statutes requiring that certain subjects be taught, some Oklahoma courts have suggested that homeschool education should be equivalent or comparable to a public school education. For this reason, HSLDA strongly recommends that your homeschool curriculum include math, language arts, science, and social studies."

 

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Cooperatives (Co-Ops)

Co-Ops

Map of Tulsa Area Co-Ops
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Apiary Collective (Collinsville/Owasso) is a Christian Charlotte Mason co-op that meets two mornings a week for academic and enrichment lessons. It is a parent led and parent taught co-op without a drop off option.

Aspire
The Aspire Group is a non-profit organization that exists to provide support to Christian families educating one or more of their children at home. Campus locations are in Tulsa, Broken Arrow, and Bixby.

Catholic Home Educators of Eastern Oklahoma
CHE is a support group comprised of Catholic, homeschool families living in the Diocese of Tulsa. The purpose of CHE is to offer families a Catholic, homeschool community of friendship and support.

CHEER Homeschool Support Group
Christian Home Educators Encouragement Resource (CHEER) is a Christ-centered homeschool support group for families from the greater Tulsa area that are traditional home educators.

Classical Conversations
Classical Conversations is a classical, Christian, model of education with several locations in the Tulsa area.

Community Homeschool Cooperative of Oklahoma (Sand Springs)

ECHO
Evergreen Christian Homeschool Organization is a small, close knit community offering a traditional co-op for preschool and elementary, as well as individual classes for junior high and high school.

Exodus Resource Center
Exodus is dedicated to supporting and providing resources so that homeschooling families thrive in their education journey.

Heartland Home Educators 
Heartland Home Educators is a Christian co-op located in Owasso, with classes for PreK-12th grades.

Heritage Homeschool Friends
Heritage Homeschool Friends is a Christian homeschool social co-op serving Owasso, OK and the surrounding area.

Homegrown Roots (Talala)
Homegrown Roots Homeschool Co-op meets at Cowboy Country Church in Talala.

Legacy Homeschool Tulsa
Legacy is parent-led academic cooperative of Christian families in Tulsa, OK for PreK through high school.

OASIS Homeschool Alliance
Oasis Homeschool Alliance is a Christian homeschooling support group that promotes home education by strengthening families through instruction opportunities, extracurricular experiences and family fellowship that is an extension of the home setting. 

Sensory Scouts
Sensory Scouts is a nature-based, unschooling community seeking to cultivate a group of families into an ancient and grounding form of child raising. They strive to reconnect families back into nature by aligning with the seasons, life/death/life cycles, wonder, and gentleness. 

Sophia Home School Co-op
Sophia Home School Co-op meets at Holy Apostles Orthodox Christian Church in Bixby.

The Group/Friday Friends
The Group, and Friday Friends meet in Collinsville and Skiatook, and offer support through various educational opportunities and social events.

Tulsa Homeschool Academy
Tulsa Homeschool Academy is a secular, academic enrichment homeschool co-op group.

 

Extracurricular Activities

Art

artistworks ArtistWorks
Get world-class music, voice and art instruction through self-paced video lessons taught by highly accomplished and Grammy Award-winning music and art professionals.

Art Academy of Green Country (Bixby) schedules drawing and oil paint art instruction classes for homeschoolers.

Arts@302 in Broken Arrow has daytime homeschool art classes.

ARTastic Studio in Owasso offers homeschool classes.

Bluebird Art Studios provides art classes in Bixby.

Case Community Center (Sand Springs) has homeschool art classes.

Central Park Community Center (Broken Arrow) has homeschool art classes.

hobbies & crafts Hobbies & Crafts Reference Center offers detailed "how-to" instructions and creative ideas to meet the interests of virtually every hobby enthusiast. Full text is provided from leading hobby and craft magazines.

Homeschool @ Philbrook
Join artist and teacher Katy Bruce each month for cross-disciplinary creative explorations of art and nature. This drop-off class will take place in the studio, the gardens, and the galleries. Each lesson blends artmaking, hands-on nature exploration, and unique behind-the-scenes experiences with Philbrook horticulturists, curators, and more.

Liz Krenz offers private art lessons for all ages.

Mayfest Youth Art Gallery is a great way to showcase your student's artwork.

Owen Park in northwest Tulsa offers homeschool art classes.

South County Recreation Center (Glenpool) homeschool program includes PE, STEM/Science, and Art for K-12.

Studio B Artworks (Claremore) offers daytime art classes.

True Foundation private school offers a la carte classes on arts, music, and more.

Tulsa Art Center daytime homeschool classes include Learning To Draw, Art Exploration, and Yes, You Can Paint!

Tulsa County Free Fair "open class youth" division competitions are open to Tulsa county children aged 5-18. There are hundreds of options for their crafty parents, too.

ZegART Studios (Sand Springs) offers art classes and art events for homeschoolers.

 

Dance & Gymnastics

Dance
Beautiful Feet Dance Company (Broken Arrow) offers daytime homeschool classes.

Dance Dynamics (Broken Arrow) schedules daytime dance classes.

Destiny Dance schedules daytime classes.

Goode Academy of Irish Dance offers homeschool classes.

Jenks Dance Academy offers daytime classes.

Soul 2 Sole (Bixby) provides homeschool acro and dance classes.

The Calling Dance Academy is a Christian-based dance academy in Tulsa, Oklahoma, offering classes in ballet, tap, jazz, lyrical, musical theater, hip hop, and basic movement. They offer daytime classes.

The Oklahoma Swing Syndicate (TOSS)
A homeschool group meets at The Oklahoma Swing Syndicate every other Saturday.

Tulsa Cotillion
Full-time homeschool students in the Tulsa area are invited to participate in a cotillion program. Cotillion is a class for boys and girls in the 7th through 12th grades, offering instruction in etiquette, table manners, and basic ballroom dancing.

Gymnastics
Above and Beyond Gymnastics Center offers opportunities for homeschooled athletes in Recreational Gymnastics, Tumbling and Trampoline, and USAG Competitive Classes in Women’s Gymnastics and TNT.

Aim High Academy offers a homeschool gymnastics and tumbling program.

Nienhuis Park Community Center (Broken Arrow) has homeschool tumbling classes.

Ovations Studio & Gym (Sapulpa) offers daytime gymnastics and ninja warrior classes.

Pride Gymnastics Academy offers daytime recreational classes for homeschooling families.

Reed Park in west Tulsa offers homeschool gymnastics classes.

Soul 2 Sole (Bixby) provides homeschool acro and dance classes.

South County Gymnastics has a homeschool gymnastics class.

 

Drama

Broken Arrow Community Playhouse
Broken Arrow Community Playhouse produces 5 productions a season and hosts many other performers, workshops, and events. 

Christian Homeschool Acting Troupe
Christian Homeschool Acting Troupe offers drama class for 6th-12th grade homeschoolers, with a goal of giving the student the opportunity to act in skits and a full-length play.

Clark Youth Theatre
Clark Youth Theatre is Tulsa’s longest running youth arts program outside the public schools. They offer a full season of main stage productions, a full lineup of improv and acting classes on Saturdays, homeschool weekday classes, as well as camps. Youth ages 8-18 can participate, and all skill levels are welcome.

Classical Catholic Drama Club of Eastern Oklahoma
The Classical Catholic Drama Club meets at the Church of Saint Benedict in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma.

Cody Mayo Acting Studio (Jenks)
Cody Mayo Acting Studio is a one of a kind studio that offers professional training inspired by the training he received over his career, for Young & Adult Performers, with a focus on Acting for Film & TV.

Courtyard Theatre
Courtyard Theatre is a performing arts program interested in developing a student's talents, as well as creating excellent productions those students are proud to perform.

Green Country Children's Theatre
Green Country Children's Theatre serves the youth of northeastern Oklahoma by inspiring creativity.

Heartsong Theatre Arts
Heartsong Theatre Arts offers a variety of after-school, weekend, and summer programs for children and youth, both on-site at area schools and at various community centers and other locations.

Owasso Community Theatre has continued to grow each year by offering Owasso and the surrounding areas exciting opportunities to participate in the performing arts.

Peddy's Performing Arts Camp
This musical theatre camp produces a large-scale, fully costumed, and professionally staged musical each summer at the Cascia Hall PAC.

Rising Stars Performing Arts (Coweta)
Rising Stars is a a non profit performing arts group, dedicated in providing children with an empowering environment of singing, dancing, and performing.

Sand Springs Community Theater
Sand Springs Community Theater presents a variety of shows (usually four productions a season), including drama, comedy, musicals, and original works.

South Tulsa Children's Ballet & Theatre
South Tulsa Children's Ballet & Theatre offers 4 different shows a year, in which every auditioning child gets a part. South Tulsa Children's Ballet covers the cost of the costumes, rehearsal facility and teachers. Any child involved in a dance class, gymnastics or music program is accepted.

Theatre Arts Tulsa
Theatre Arts is a performing arts school dedicated to training students of all levels in the disciplines of singing, dancing, and acting.

Tulsa Children's Summer Theatre
Tulsa Children's Summer Theatre is a summer community theatre for children ages 6-17 held at, and sponsored by Tulsa Community College. They produce children's musicals, and plays for children.

 

 

Music

Anthem Road
Anthem Road has added daytime performing arts classes for homeschoolers to their schedule: Group Guitar, Group Ukulele, Group Musical Theatre.

Choir Company
The Choir Company offers classes for three age groups on Tuesdays in Collinsville, and Fridays in Skiatook.

Hoffman Academy
Hoffman Academy is on a mission to bring music into homes around the world. Learn, or re-learn, to play piano with just 15 minutes of practice a day, for free. 

Kenneth Baird Music
Kenneth Baird (kennethbairdmusic@gmail.com) and his wife are long-time instrumental music teachers, offering private lessons online and in-person for students aged 10 and up for Flute, Piano, Acoustic Guitar, Trumpet, Baritone/Euphonium, and Trombone.

Midtown School of Performing Arts (MSPA)
MSPA offers daytime classes at their studio on the TU campus.

Oklahoma Homeschool Band and Strings
Oklahoma Homeschool Bands and Strings is an instrumental and elementary music program designed to give Oklahoma homeschoolers the experience and joy of being in a quality band or orchestra. Area locations are in Jenks, Owasso, and Tulsa.

Peddy's Performing Arts Camp
This musical theatre camp produces a large-scale, fully costumed, and professionally staged musical each summer at the Cascia Hall PAC.

Powell Music
Powell Music comprises a local husband-and-wife-team of music professionals offering individual daytime piano lessons, as well as daytime preschool group music classes.

Sistema Tulsa
Sistema Tulsa offers rigorous and high-quality music learning programs that are free of cost and accessible to all.

Tulsa Area Homeschool Orchestra
Tulsa Area Homeschool Orchestra is a program designed to give Oklahoma homeschoolers the experience and joy of being in a quality orchestra. Classes offered include Beginning and Intermediate String Orchestra, Chamber Orchestra, Music Theory, Class Piano, and Rhythm & Recorders.

Tulsa Homeschool Choir
Tulsa Homeschool Choir is offered as an a la carte class through True Foundation.

Tulsa Performing Arts Youth Choir
The Tulsa Performing Arts Center Youth Choir nurtures and inspires students ages 11 through 18, promoting student achievement through quality music education, community engagement, and the pursuit of artistic excellence.

Tulsa Youth Opera 
Tulsa Youth Opera is a tuition-free training program for singers in grades 3-12.

302 Children's Choir
The 302 Children's Choir will inspire a love of music and singing in kids 3rd through 8th grade. Students will be introduced to basic musical concepts, vocal techniques, and the unique joys of singing in a group. All levels of musical experience are welcome.

Robotics

Aspire Robotics Club
Membership in The Aspire Group is not required to join their robotics club.

Robo Renegades
Robo Renegades is a First Tech Challenge Rookie Robotics Team competing with F.I.R.S.T. Robotics.

STEAM Post 26
BSA STEAM Explorer Post & Club 26 introduce kids ages 9 to 20 to real-world, hands-on opportunities in Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics.

TOAST
TOAST encourages students to build upon their natural skills and challenges them to grow while also expanding that knowledge into the  Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics, Entrepreneurship, and Design (S.T.E.A.M.E.D) fields with a competitive robotics program and S.T.E.A.M.E.D. classes offered throughout the year.

Sports & Athletics

Archery
Coweta Area Homeschool Archery is a project of certified National Archery in Schools Program (NASP) instructor Kevin Denton. He is a life-long archery enthusiast, and long-time homeschool dad. Classes are held at Coweta Archery Park. 918-606-7934

Reed Park in west Tulsa offers homeschool archery classes, with a NASP accredited coach.

Tulsa Area Home School Archery (NASP) 
TAHA is a competitive archery program competing in Oklahoma against public, private, and homeschool teams. TAHA began in 2014; then added competing in 2016 through the National Archery in the Schools Program (NASP). Coaches are accredited through NASP.  It has grown into a competitive program with a high school team and a middle school team. Participants are in grades 4th-12th grade living mostly in northeast OK. Practices are held in Coweta (outdoors) and Catoosa (indoors over winter). At of the end of the 2022-23 season, the high school team ranked 9th in the state (out of 76 teams) and qualified and participated at Nationals in Kentucky May 2023. The middle school team ranked 36th out of 134 teams. There is usually a waiting list to be added. For more information, please message Debbie Smith, or email at nockninjas@icloud.com.

T-Town Drillers JOAD (Junior Olympic Archery Development Program)
JOAD is a nationwide program of USA Archery that provides kids and teens with ongoing archery classes that help them progress from beginner to advanced level archery. 

Baseball
Claremore Christian School allows homeschool students to play on their athletic teams, as space allows (see pg. 8 of their Athletic Handbook).

NOAH Jaguars
Northeastern Oklahoma Association of Homeschools (NOAH) provides homeschool students opportunities to develop athletic abilities while building character in a distinctly Christian environment. Sports available include baseball, basketball, cheer, football, shooting, soccer, softball, tennis, track & cross country, volleyball, and wrestling.

Basketball
Aspire Basketball
Aspire basketball teams are open to all homeschool athletes.

CHEF Basketball
Christian Home Educators Fellowship of Oklahoma (CHEF of Oklahoma) is a homeschool association comprised of Christian homeschoolers from the Tulsa metro, and the surrounding areas in northeastern Oklahoma. 

Green Country Defenders
Green Country Defenders provides a platform for homeschool athletes to excel in the sport of basketball by connecting people with purpose and passion toward a common goal.

Ian Hislop Basketball Training
Nine year veteran of the NOAH basketball program, Ian Hislop offers affordable training for players ranging from beginners to college level. Areas of focus include shooting, ball handling, developing basketball IQ, and fundamentals.

Immanuel Lutheran Christian Academy
Part-time enrollment is available for full-time homeschool students in 9th-12th grade. Part-time enrollment enables students to participate in athletics and extracurricular activities. ILCA homeschool athletics opportunities.

NOAH Jaguars
Northeastern Oklahoma Association of Homeschools (NOAH) provides homeschool students opportunities to develop athletic abilities while building character in a distinctly Christian environment. Sports available include baseball, basketball, cheer, football, shooting, soccer, softball, tennis, track & cross country, volleyball, and wrestling.

Biking/BMX
BMX Homeschool League 
BMX racing is an individual sport in which everyone rides, every time, regardless of how proficient or inexperienced. This first of its kind Homeschool League allows new families to learn how the sport works while riders progress gradually, riding only with other beginners. At this level, the focus is on fun, developing bike handling skills, spending quality family time, and meeting new friends. 

Oklahoma Flyers is a Tulsa based junior cycling program.

Cheerleading/Pom
Aspire has a pom program.

Broken Arrow Youth Football Association Youth Spirit Program is offered to all youth in the 1st through 7th grades, with no try outs required.

NOAH Jaguars
Northeastern Oklahoma Association of Homeschools (NOAH) provides homeschool students opportunities to develop athletic abilities while building character in a distinctly Christian environment. Sports available include baseball, basketball, cheer, football, shooting, soccer, softball, tennis, track & cross country, volleyball, and wrestling.

Oklahoma Flame
OK Flame POM offers homeschoolers in grades 1st-12th a fun opportunity to work on dance & tumbling technique, learn a competitive POM routine, and participate in spirit rallies that cultivate community. 

South County Sports (Jenks)
SoCo Sports offers three levels of cheer teams.
 

Football
Claremore Christian School 
Claremore Christian School has started a junior high football program, and has a limited number of spots available for homeschool kids to join the team.

NOAH Jaguars
Northeastern Oklahoma Association of Homeschools (NOAH) provides homeschool students opportunities to develop athletic abilities while building character in a distinctly Christian environment. Sports available include baseball, basketball, cheer, football, shooting, soccer, softball, tennis, track & cross country, volleyball, and wrestling.

Martial Arts
Crimson Sparrow in Sapulpa offers a homeschool Taekwon-Do class.

Jedi Jiu Jitsu has a homeschool jiu jitsu class on Tuesday/Thursday.

Jenks Martial Arts Academy has a homeschool Taekwon-Do program.

Martial Arts Advantage in Broken Arrow has an afternoon class on its schedule.

Training Ground's south campus has daytime Jiu Jitsu and Karate classes.

Tulsa Parks Community Centers (Hicks Park and Reed Park) offer a variety of youth martial arts classes.

Unlimited Possibilities Martial Arts (UPMA) offers daytime homeschool classes in west Tulsa.

PE
Chandler Park Community CenterLaFortune Park Community Center, and Reed Park provide weekly homeschool PE classes.

Case Community Center (Sand Springs) has homeschool PE classes.

Central Park Community Center (Broken Arrow) offers homeschool PE classes.

MVP Sports & Training (Bixby)
PE classes for homeschoolers and distance learners

Native Power & Fitness (Glenpool/Bixby) offers a daytime Homeschool Power & Fitness weight training class.

Next Level Athletics offers daytime workout and fitness classes for children.

South County Recreation Center (Glenpool) homeschool program includes PE, STEM/Science, and Art for K-12.

Swimming
Miller Swim School offers a wide variety of daytime classes at their Tulsa, Jenks, and Owasso locations, as well as a homeschool swim team.

Tennis
Blake Sprouse is a former homeschooler and ORU tennis player who now coaches tennis for all ages at The Club at Indian Springs in Broken Arrow. You do not need to be a member to take lessons at Indian Springs.

LaFortune Tennis Center offers homeschool tennis lessons.

NOAH Jaguars
Northeastern Oklahoma Association of Homeschools (NOAH) provides homeschool students opportunities to develop athletic abilities while building character in a distinctly Christian environment. Sports available include baseball, basketball, cheer, football, shooting, soccer, softball, tennis, track & cross country, volleyball, and wrestling.

Whiteside Park Community Center offers youth tennis classes.

Track
Owasso Falcons is open to homeschoolers in 1st through 12th grade, and offers cross country in the Fall, Track in the Spring, and Endurance Club in the Summer.

NOAH Jaguars
Northeastern Oklahoma Association of Homeschools (NOAH) provides homeschool students opportunities to develop athletic abilities while building character in a distinctly Christian environment. Sports available include baseball, basketball, cheer, football, shooting, soccer, softball, tennis, track & cross country, volleyball, and wrestling.

Volleyball
Broken Arrow Volleyball Club
BAVC offers recreational and competitive volleyball options for children ages 7-17.

Owasso Area Homeschoolers
Owasso Area Homeschoolers meet Mondays at 1pm for low key competitive volleyball at First Church Owasso.

Immanuel Lutheran Christian Academy
Part-time enrollment is available for full-time homeschool students in 9th-12th grade. Part-time enrollment enables students to participate in athletics and extracurricular activities. ILCA homeschool athletics opportunities.

NOAH Jaguars
Northeastern Oklahoma Association of Homeschools (NOAH) provides homeschool students opportunities to develop athletic abilities while building character in a distinctly Christian environment. Sports available include baseball, basketball, cheer, football, shooting, soccer, softball, tennis, track & cross country, volleyball, and wrestling.

Tulsa Net Force Falcons
Net Force is a competitive homeschool volleyball team in the Tulsa area.

Other
Bartlesville Association of Homeschool Athletics

Camp Ninja Warrior Homeschool Gathering Class (Bixby) has several daytime classes for homeschoolers.

Climb Tulsa Homeschool Climbing Club

Crossfit Owasso
Crossfit Owasso offers a homeschool class for children 7+, featuring fitness and games.

First Tee Tulsa
The First Tee program seamlessly uses the game of golf as a vehicle to instill in members the inherent qualities of the game. They provide all equipment necessary for the class. Programming is offered to all students at no cost.

i9 Sports
The i9 Sports youth program options include flag football, soccer, baseball, basketball, ZIP lacrosse and volleyball. All skill levels are welcome, there are no tryouts or drafts, and everyone plays, every game.

Junior Roller Derby practices Wednesdays 5-7pm at Skates Roller Skating Entertainment Center in Sand Springs. All students aged 7-18 are welcome.

Native Power & Fitness (Glenpool/Bixby) offers a daytime Homeschool Power & Fitness class.

NOAH Jaguars
Northeastern Oklahoma Association of Homeschools (NOAH) provides homeschool students opportunities to develop athletic abilities while building character in a distinctly Christian environment. Sports available include baseball, basketball, cheer, football, shooting, soccer, softball, tennis, track & cross country, volleyball, and wrestling.

Owasso Preparatory Academy welcomes homeschoolers to their sports teams.

Tribe Circus Arts offers Homeschool Aerial Tweens and Homeschool Aerial Teens classes designed to children up to feel confident in the air and on the ground, as well make friends and enjoy new experiences.

Tulsa Fencing Club's training classes keep fencers aged 8+ challenged and interested in continuing their fencing studies and pursuing the more competitive aspects of the sport through local, regional and national tournaments. 

Tulsa Jr Oilers youth hockey

YMCA Homeschool groups can form teams through the YMCA's Youth Sports Program.

Other

4-H
Oklahoma 4-H helps youth learn the life skills they need to be the leaders of tomorrow, teaching members they can lead today and can make tangible, significant changes in their clubs, their communities, their state, and their world.
An organization providing experiences for youth 5-19 years old, 4-H focuses on developing youth as individuals and responsible, productive citizens. There are several local clubs in Tulsa county, and two meet during the day (Heartland & Impact). Find a club near you here.

American Girl Club Tulsa
This club reads through the American Girl book series, incorporating crafts, and fun.

Aurea Vox Speech and Debate Club is a Christian speech and debate club for homeschool students.

Broken Arrow Youth City Council
Youth City Council provides a great opportunity for high school students to learn how municipal government works, obtain an understanding of local policy making and help serve their community.

Jenks Community Education
From sports, dance and drama, to STEM and chess, Jenks Community Education has a wide variety of youth enrichment classes to choose from.

Logos OK is a speech and debate club affiliated with a national Christian homeschool speech and debate league. Logos meets weekly and offers coaching in 12 different speech events as well as three separate debate events.

Pebble Pups is the junior rockhounding group of the Tulsa Rock & Mineral Society. There is an educational program is presented at each of the club's monthly meetings. Pebble Pups meet prior to the general meeting, and have the opportunity to earn rockhounding badges, and attend special field trips throughout the year.

Timbernook of Northeast Oklahoma (Sand Springs) provides nature-based, child-led play experiences that challenge the senses and inspire creativity, independence, and imagination in the great outdoors. They offer summer, school holiday, and evening programs for kids ages 4-12, and their site features a barnyard with a llama, sheep, goat, donkey, chickens, rabbits, alpacas, and mini pigs.

Tulsa Cotillion
Full-time homeschool students in the Tulsa area are invited to participate in a cotillion program. Cotillion is a class for boys and girls in the 7th through 12th grades, offering instruction in etiquette, table manners, and basic ballroom dancing.

Tulsa Herp Club
Families interested in reptiles, amphibians, great lectures, fun camping trips and making friends to last a life time are invited to Tulsa Herp Club's meetings. They are free and open to all age groups.

Tulsa Youth Council gives high schoolers the opportunity to work alongside city councilors and other leaders, and learn the ins-and-outs of city government. Students must live within Tulsa city limits to qualify.

 

Sewing & Needlework

Community Fibers Yarn Shop (Claremore)
Community Fibers offers weekly homeschool classes.

Creative Outlets Studio is a sewing, and crafting studio in Broken Arrow. The studio has sewing clubs, and private sewing lessons to teach all ages the basics of sewing, and is a great way to explore creativity while learning a life skill.

Kelln Kreations offers private, group, and mommy and me sewing classes.

Mary Make & Do is a sewing and fiber arts teacher with a studio inside Whitty Books at 2306 East Admiral Boulevard in Tulsa

Morgan Magnuson teaches sewing, crochet, knitting, and embroidery.

Hybrid Schools

Hybrid Schools

What is a hybrid school?
Hybrid homeschooling is a mix of homeschool and classroom time. Students attend school one more more days a week, then do school work at home the other days. This is often a private school + homeschool experience.

Map of Tulsa Area Hybrid Schools
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Apiary Collective (Collinsville/Owasso) is a Christian Charlotte Mason co-op that meets two mornings a week for academic and enrichment lessons. It is a parent led and parent taught co-op without a drop off option.

Aspire Academy
Aspire Academy is a university-style model offering weekly and biweekly academic and core elective classes for families that choose to school their children at home.

Augustine Christian Academy
Augustine Christian Academy is a private inter-denominational Christian school committed to providing a classical and Biblically-based education to young people in elementary through high school levels. Part-time enrollment is offered for students in grades 6-12.

Beacon Academy Oklahoma (Bartlesville)
Beacon Academy is a private Christian school that also offers a co-op and homeschool resource center.

Elevate Oklahoma
Elevate is a Christian hybrid homeschool group for Pre-K through 12th Grade.

Encompass Christian School offers a certified teacher, project based learning, one-on-one literacy tutoring, an outdoor classroom, and much more. The home based Microschool environment offers parents a unique personalized partnership in education.

Enhanced Learning Center Cooperative
ELCC is a parent cooperative, limited to twenty-five students and maintains a one to ten student teacher ratio.  The Cooperative provides monitoring and support for students participating in an accredited online public school, and provides enrichment opportunities for all students using a combination of guided and self-directed integrated thematic units of study designed to enhance each student's learning experience.

Good News Learning Center
Good News Learning Center utilizes the Montessori method for Biblical & academic education in the following areas - Bible, Math, Language, Science, Practical Life, Sensory, and Culture. 

Holy Family Classical School
This hybrid program currently serves in fifth through eighth grades, and fills the void of some classes that are difficult to teach in a homeschool environment, like dance, band, Latin, and poetry.

Immanuel Lutheran Christian Academy
Part-time enrollment is available for full-time homeschool students in 9th-12th grade. Part-time enrollment enables students to participate in athletics and extracurricular activities.

KnowledgeNest
KnowledgeNest is a homeschool enrichment option for parents homeschooling that would like their kids to be part of additional learning to be done outside the home and with a group of peers that range in age from PK-4th grade.

Legacy Alliance
Legacy Alliance is a hybrid school with a mission "to partner with parents in the local church to become the leading home-school alliance in the state of Oklahoma."

Lincoln Christian School Hybrid
Lincoln Christian School Hybrid (LCSH) is a hybrid educational model that integrates a rich classroom experience with independent homeschooling. LCSH partners with Tulsa area families, Kindergarten through 6th grades, to provide academic, spiritual and social support within the framework of a Christ-centered educational program to assist parents who have chosen the nurturing environment of their home as their child’s main classroom with the pairing of our complete, on-campus two-day classroom program.

Montessori Academy of Owasso
The goal of Montessori Academy of Owasso is to provide educational opportunities for children focused on individuality, personal development, and advanced academics. Toddlers through 8th grade.

Oklahoma School of Innovation & Experiential Learning (OSIEL)
OSIEL promotes relevant, project-based learning and prepares students with a 21st-century education. Their curriculum is backed by elite math instruction, hands-on science, engaging social studies, and immersive travel. Serves grades 7-12.

Owasso Preparatory Academy
Owasso Preparatory Academy is a university-model Christian school with elementary and junior high classes on Tuesday/Thursday, and high school courses on Monday/Wednesday/Friday.

Philosophy Tulsa
Philosophy is an elite private education program designed for students who need a flexible schedule combined with the professional instruction and curriculum of a private education.

Phoenix Academic Center (Sand Springs)
Phoenix Academic Center works to provide homeschooling families an outlet for the harder to teach classes or a an opportunity to perform in a group theater or put together a yearbook.

Raising Radishes - A Tulsa Urban Farm School 
Raising Radishes is a nonprofit urban Tulsa farm school serving children ages 3-12, with a homeschool hybrid option. The mission of Raising Radishes is to empower children to respect themselves, and the planet, through a sustainable and constructivist-based agri-school model.

Redbud Agile Learning Community
Redbud Agile Learning Community is for unschooling families committed to self-directed learning to join as they curate the culture of a micro community.

South Tulsa Academy
South Tulsa Academy is a private Christian University Model style of school (currently offering K - 3rd grade) focusing on education from certified teachers in a central classroom (2 days) and their home classroom with parents (3 days), all under the direction of the teacher.

The Hub
The Hub is a Christian “drop off” homeschool enrichment program in which certified teachers teach the classes. It meets at Harbor of Grace Church in Tulsa.

True Foundation
True Foundation is a Pre K-12 Christian School serving Tulsa and the surrounding areas.

Tulsa Living Education - A Charlotte Mason Hybrid School
Tulsa Living Education's goal is to partner with parents to nurture the whole child to love God, love learning, and serve others. They strive to offer the best of both worlds- homeschool and private school with a hybrid model of education.

Victory Christian School
Victory Christian School has part-time student options.

Local Resources & Tutors

Language

Cherokee Nation offers online language classes

Mango Online Language Learning Center
Use your Tulsa City-County Library card to access Mango, an online language-learning system that can help you learn by listening to native speakers, and engaging in the interactive lessons.
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Oklahoma School for the Deaf
Oklahoma School for the Deaf offers online ASL Community Classes for free.

Tulsa Speech & Hearing Association (TSHA)
TSHA offers sign language classes, as well as "Silent Dinners," and "Deaf Coffee." These events are open to beginner signers, native users, and everyone in between.

Tulsa Homeschool Academy has online ELA, writing, art, and science classes.

Math

Oklahoma Math Tutoring Corps
The Oklahoma Math Tutoring Corps is an initiative through the Oklahoma State Department of Education providing students in grades 7-9 with real-time, virtual tutoring support from live tutors. The Oklahoma Math Tutoring Corps is not associated with a school district, and communication will be coming from an employee of the Oklahoma State Department of Education.

Sam Boyer Tutoring offers private and affordable tutoring for all math subjects K-12, as well as ACT preparation for Math & Science.

Simms Math Tutoring is a local group of tutors dedicated to making math more enjoyable for students of all ages. They serve students elementary through college of all levels, and also have experience with special needs and ACT/SAT test prep.

Science & STEM

Birch Creek Farm (Coweta) hosts small field trip groups. Tours can be customized, but typically cover soil health, animal husbandry, plant life cycle, nutrition and sampling from the garden.

Chandler Park offers homeschool STEM and outdoor education classes.

Devon Thunder Explorers (4th-6th grade)
Participate in the monthly activities that engage your students and challenge them to think outside the box, developing problem-solving skills through STEM principles.

Eileen Bader offers homeschool chemistry classes in Tulsa. Students should be a sophomore, junior, or senior, and have already completed Algebra 1. This course provides 18 hours of chemistry lab time broken down into twelve 1-1/2 hour lab classes.

Gathering Place Explorer Packs are filled with prompt cards in both English and Spanish, hands-on activities, educational games, and toys. Explorer Pack themes include Geology, Engineering, and Nature Exploration. Guests may check out Explorer Packs by leaving their ID with a Guest Services representative at the Welcome Center in Williams Lodge.

Longshadows Ranch (Hulbert) offers a farm, ranch and homesteading class for homeschoolers.

Pebble Pups is the junior rockhounding group of the Tulsa Rock & Mineral Society for anyone up to 18 years of age. There is an educational program is presented at each of the club's monthly meetings. Pebble Pups meet prior to the general meeting, and have the opportunity to earn rockhounding badges, and attend special field trips throughout the year.

Reed Park in west Tulsa offers homeschool STEM and outdoor education classes.

Restoration Farms (Peggs) offers a homeschool class covering botany, mycology, dendrology, the basics of wildcrafting/foraging and herbalism; and how to harvest and make foods, herbal preparations, and other handicrafts from the wild.

South County Recreation Center (Glenpool) Homeschool Program includes PE, Science, and Art for K-12.

Timbernook of Northeast Oklahoma (Sand Springs) provides nature-based, child-led play experiences that challenge the senses and inspire creativity, independence, and imagination in the great outdoors. They offer summer, school holiday, and evening programs for kids ages 4-12, and their site features a barnyard with a llama, sheep, goat, donkey, chickens, rabbits, alpacas, and mini pigs.

TOAST encourages students to build upon their natural skills and challenges them to grow while also expanding that knowledge into the  Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics, Entrepreneurship, and Design (S.T.E.A.M.E.D) fields with a competitive robotics program and S.T.E.A.M.E.D. classes offered throughout the year.

Tulsa Homeschool Academy has online ELA, writing, art, and science classes.

Tulsa Master Gardeners hosts Exploring Insects, a program exclusively for third grade students.

Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance sponsors events open to all local teachers and students, from Science Fairs to a Scale Model Gingerbread Competition.

Tulsa Rock & Mineral Society has curated and built curriculum and rock display boxes for area students. TRMS members are also available as guest speakers.

Under the Canopy
Under the Canopy is a nature explorers program designed to get kids outside and interacting with their natural environment.

Zoo School
Tulsa Zoo's Zoo School is an exciting adventure for students in grades K-5th. Each 3-hour expedition covers topics including animal science, life science and physical science. Zoo School includes classroom learning, adventures in the zoo, a fun and educational activity related to the topic presented, and a visit from education ambassador animals.

Test Prep

Chad Cargill offers ACT test prep workshops, and is based in the Oklahoma City area.

R.G. Hall Test Prep 
Instructor Rob Hall will equip you with the mindset, skills, and strategies to excel on the ACT, SAT, & PSAT/NMSQT.

Sims Math Tutoring is a local group of tutors dedicated to making math more enjoyable for students of all ages. They serve students elementary through college of all levels, and also have experience with special needs and ACT/SAT test prep.

Writing

Gina Conroy teaches writing privately, for groups, and offers one-on-one tutoring.

homework Homework Help Now Writing Lab 
Any day of the week or time of day, upload your completed writing assignment and one of their writing experts will analyze it and provide helpful comments; response is usually within two to three business days.

Literature, Reading, Writing, and Grammar
High School Literature and Composition, College Scholarship Writing Workshop, Speech with Debate, and Intermediate Literature Composition taught by Tami Mostrom (tmostrom@gmail.com).

Tulsa Homeschool Academy has online ELA, writing, art, and science classes.

Other Local Resources

Academic Advantages of Oklahoma 
Academic Advantages is intended to be an source of assistance for home-educating families. Find classes for students, workshops for parents, and other selected resources.
Jo Anne Bennett has been serving the homeschool community for many years, and has a heart to help parents and students achieve a successful and fulfilling experience.

CHEF of Oklahoma
Christian Home Educators Fellowship of Oklahoma (CHEF of Oklahoma) is a homeschool association comprised of Christian homeschoolers from the Tulsa metro, and the surrounding areas in northeastern Oklahoma.

Mary K. Chapman Speech & Hearing Clinic at The University of Tulsa provides professional audiology and speech-language pathology services to individuals of all ages. All audiology and speech-language pathology faculty are certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association and are licensed by the State of Oklahoma Board of Examiners for Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology.

NSU Speech Therapy Clinic
Graduate students provide therapy under the supervision of our Northeastern State University speech-language pathology faculty. Services are free, and are available at all three of their speech therapy clinics (Tahlequah, Muskogee, Broken Arrow).

Reading Retreat specializes in enhancing reading ability in PreK-3rd grade students of all performance levels. Their goal is for students to improve their reading skills and develop a lifelong love of reading.

Sam Noble Museum Discovery Kits are available to checked out by Oklahoma homeschool families during the summer months. These kits feature museum specimens and artifacts, in addition to science and social studies curricula for grades K-12.

TCC College For Kids (CFK)
Tulsa Community College Continuing Education and Workforce Development offers CFK in the summer for children.

Upsilon Sigma Homeschool Honor Society is for 7th-12th grade Oklahoma homeschool students, who meet the required academic criteria.

Homeschool Help

Curriculum

Homeschool Curriculum Bookstores & Local Resources

Aspire Group opens their Benevolence Room a few times a year to the public to offer free books and curriculum to homeschooling families.

Bibliomania Homeschooling Materials
Need curriculum recommendations, or are you looking to buy or sell gently used homeschooling materials? Tulsa store Bibliomania has items for PreK to high school (and beyond). 

Deer Clan Books (Bethany) stocks used curriculum in excellent condition, at very low prices.

Mardel stores in town stock a large selection of education workbooks and homeschool curriculum, always 20% off cover price.

Oklahoma Ag in the Classroom
Oklahoma educators can request free AITC classroom resources.

Sam Noble Museum Discovery Kits are available to checked out by Oklahoma homeschool families during the summer months. These kits feature museum specimens and artifacts, in addition to science and social studies curricula for grades K-12.

Script'Morium (Tecumseh) is an educator's resource for new and gently used educational supplies, free for all students and their families.

Tulsa Area Homeschool Curriculum Swap is for Tulsa area homeschool parents to buy, sell, and trade curriculum.

 

Free online homeschool curriculum 

Teaching & Education (PreK-12 Resources)

Ambleside is a free homeschool curriculum that uses Charlotte Mason's classically-based principles to prepare children for a life of rich relationships with everything around them: God, humanity, and the natural world.

BBC Bitesize helps with your homework, revision and learning. Find free videos, step-by-step guides, activities and quizzes by level and subject.

BookFlix is a free online read-aloud experience that pairs 135 animated stories with 135 related nonfiction titles to reinforce early reading skills.

Cathy Duffy Reviews is the premier site for homeschool curriculum reviews.

Easy Peasy All In One Homeschool
Easy Peasy is a free online homeschool curriculum for preschool through high school.

EBSCO Learning Express learningexpress
An online resource accessed through the library, Learning Express is a great source for practice tests, exercises, and skill-building courses.

Good and the Beautiful
Good and the Beautiful has Language Arts, and Math curriculum, as well as a Marine Biology unit, available for free.

History of Us webisodes depict an exciting journey through Joy Hakim's story of freedom in America.

Homeschool Compass
Homeschool Compass has a large library of free printables for your homeschool.

Homework Help Now homework
Live online homework help, skills building, writing assistance, and a Study Suite contains powerful assessment and learning tools. Use your Tulsa City-County Library card for access.

Librivox are free public domain audiobooks, read by volunteers from around the world.
 

LinkedIn Learning linkedin
Access hundreds of free creative and technology courses.

Khan Academy
Khan Academy offers free practice exercises, instructional videos, and a personalized learning dashboard that empower learners to study at their own pace in and outside of the classroom.

Middle School Chemistry Project offers free lesson plans.

OER Project curricula is created by teachers and scholars, and they offer complete social studies courses aligned to state standards, all totally free. Explore teaching materials, planning resources, professional-development offerings, and a helpful online teacher community.

OETA and PBS have curated free, standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans, and more.

Plain and Not So Plain provides free homeschool resources, grades 1 through 9, for language arts and math.

S&D Academy
Hundreds of links to quality resources, organized by subject and grade level.

 

Math

Actuarial Foundation provides free financial literacy teacher guides and lesson plans to help students grasp the essentials of personal finance and math skills. Instruction materials designed for various grade levels, from middle school to high school.

GeoGebra
GeoGebra is a free dynamic mathematics software for all levels of education that brings together geometry, algebra, spreadsheets, graphing, statistics and calculus in one engine.

Master Math provides free online middle school video-based math lessons, as well as worksheets and practice quizes.

Math Is Fun has a large selection of free math games and puzzles.

Mathigon Mathematical Playground
Mathigon brings mathematics education to life, using interactive eBooks, colorful animations, videos, games and more. Free tools, courses and manipulatives to make online learning more interactive and engaging than ever before.

Prodigy online math game is free for all educators.

Teach Your Monster
Teach Your Monster supports young learners with free reading and early math games.

Xtra Math is an online math fact fluency program that helps students develop quick recall and automaticity of basic math facts.

Science

Tulsa Regional STEM Alliance
TRSA provides links to free and low-cost curriculum by grade-level.

 

Video Based Lessons
 

LinkedIn Learning linkedin
Access hundreds of free creative and technology courses.

MIT OpenCourseWare provides courses, materials & teaching resources.

OETA and PBS have curated free, standards-aligned videos, interactives, lesson plans, and more.

Oklahoma Passage Telecourses
Archive of OETA's 16-part telecourse, described as the most comprehensive video compilation yet of Oklahoma's historical and cultural heritage. The series was originally created to be the first opportunity for Oklahomans to obtain college credit for studying state history via public television.

Open Culture
Take online courses from the world’s top universities for free. You will find 1,700 free online courses from universities like Yale, MIT, Harvard, Oxford, and more.

Universal Class universal class
Select from hundreds of no-credit courses facilitated by dedicated instructors sharing their knowledge on countless topics.

Watch Know Learn is a super-directory of over 50,000 free educational video links organized by subject matter.

 

Oklahoma Homeschool Laws

Oklahoma is the only state with a constitutional provision guaranteeing the right to homeschool. Article 13, Section 4 of the Constitution of Oklahoma guarantees the homeschool exemption by stating that the legislature "shall" provide for the "compulsory attendance at some public or other school, unless other means of education are provided, of all children in the State who are sound in mind and body, between the ages of eight and sixteen, for at least three months each year."

hslda
Home School Legal Defense Association works to make homeschooling possible for every family that wants to do it. 

"In Oklahoma, there are no reporting and testing requirements for homeschool programs. As long as you teach for 180 days, you can legally operate a homeschool program following your own guidelines.

While there are no statutes requiring that certain subjects be taught, some Oklahoma courts have suggested that homeschool education should be equivalent or comparable to a public school education. For this reason, HSLDA strongly recommends that your homeschool curriculum include math, language arts, science, and social studies."

Capitol Day
Each year, Homeschool Oklahoma holds Capitol Day, when homeschooling families from all over Oklahoma travel to the state capitol to visit state legislators. Families share their appreciation for state legislators and their work to protect homeschooling freedoms, and they also may share concerns about any legislation that may infringe upon that freedom.

Coalition for Responsible Home Education provides resources, created by homeschool alumni and CRHE staff, to help homeschooling parents provide a robust educational experience, one that supports children’s natural development and instills in them a lifelong love for learning.

Constitutional Home Educators Alliance is an organization comprised of veteran Oklahoma home educating families who understand the importance of constitutionally defined method of educating children “by other means:” creating a distinguishable line between public school, private school, and true or constitutional home education.
CHEA's primary mission is to educate legislators on issues concerning parental rights and constitutional home education. Their frequently asked questions provide an overview of the organization's pursuit.

H.B. 1934 (Oklahoma Parental Choice Tax Credit Act)

Homeschool Styles & Methods

Home education is as old as humanity, and the list of styles and methods is long. Here are a couple of sources to outline some of the options.

Homeschool Oklahoma Philosophies & Methods

Homeschooling - How to Get Started by Cindy Downes is a free, thirty-one page, e-book (pdf) that will answer many of your homeschool questions.

Oklahoma Homeschool teaching method overview

Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution is a feature-length documentary intended to encourage and equip homeschool families to start strong and finish well. Stream the film for free on their website.

Timberdoodle, a Charlotte Mason inspired method, provides homeschooling tips, and teaching tips.

 

Support

There are several online groups for local support and information needs:

Tulsa Metro Area:

BA Homeschoolers (NE OK)

BA Homeschoolers No Rules

BA Secular Homeschoolers

Bixby Homeschool Group

Catholic Moms of Tulsa

CC Consortium - Tulsa Metro

Collinsville Homeschool Families

Fluffin Homeschoolers of Tulsa

Glenpool Homeschool Group

Green Country Homeschool

Homeschool Mommas Life Group

Jenks Area Homeschoolers

NE Oklahoma Charlotte Mason Homeschoolers

Oklahoma SKY (Special Kids and Youth) Learning at Home

Owasso Area Homeschoolers

Owasso/Skiatook Area Homeschool Moms

Sapulpa/Surrounding Area Homeschool Support

Skiatook Homeschoolers

Sophia Homeschool

Tulsa Area Homeschool History Fair & Events

Tulsa Homeschool Activities

Tulsa Homeschool Parents

Tulsa Homeschool Parents of Kids with Special Needs

Tulsa Inclusive Homeschool Group

Tulsa Midtown Homeschoolers

Tulsa Mom's Homeschool Co-Op for Preschool Children

Tulsa Unschooling Co-Op

Waldorf Families of Northeastern Oklahoma

Statewide:

Friends of Oklahoma Homeschool

Home Educators of Oklahoma

OKHSMOMS-OK Homeschool Moms

Oklahoma Catholic Homeschoolers

Oklahoma Homeschool

Oklahoma Homeschool Social and Educational Events

Oklahoma Homeschooling for College Credit

Oklahoma LDS Homeschoolers (Latter-day Saints)

Oklahomeschooling

Unschoolers and Relaxed Schoolers of Oklahoma

Outlying Areas:

Aiming Arrows Homeschool Outreach (Stilwell)

Bartlesville Homeschool News

Claremore Area Christian Homeschoolers

Claremore Homeschoolers Swap N Shop

COACHES - Community of Okmulgee Area Christian Home Educators

Coweta Oklahoma Homeschoolers

Cushing Oklahoma Homeschoolers

D:6 Homeschoolers Creating Beautiful Minds (Idabel)

Eufaula & Surrounding Areas Homeschool Support 

Gameschoolers of NE Oklahoma (Bartlesville)

Homeschool Families of Grove, Oklahoma and Grand Lake Area

Le Flore County Homeschoolers

HEARTS (Muskogee)

Homegrown in Oklahoma (Depew)

Homegrown Roots Homeschool Co-Op (Talala)

Kalon Society of Homeschooling (Henryetta)

Mayes County Homeschool Co-Op

McAlester Homeschool Support Group

Muskogee & Surrounding Areas Homeschoolers

N.E. Oklahoma Homeschool Socializing Group

Nowata County Christian Homeschool Cooperative

Okmulgee County Homeschool Families

Okmulgee Homeschoolers & Unschoolers

Rogers County Friendships and Fun Trips

Shawnee Oklahoma Homeschoolers

Southeast Oklahoma Homeschoolers

Stroud Area Homeschool Co-Op

Tahlequah Homeschool

Transformers for Christ Homeschool Support Group (McAlester)

Vinita Homeschool Group

Wagoner County Home Educators

Wagoner Homeschoolers

Wild Roots Homeschool Co-op (Checotah/Warner)

Field Trips, Fun & Meetups

Field Trips

Battle of Round Mountain Re-enactment recreates a Civil War era encampment each year in March.

Cherokee Nation museum attractions include Cherokee National History Museum, Cherokee National Prison Museum, Cherokee National Research Center, Cherokee National Supreme Court, Honey Springs Battlefield, John Ross Museum, Saline Courthouse, and Sequoyah’s Cabin Museum, and are all free to visit.

Chouteau Lock and Dam 17 was primarily constructed for commercial barge traffic along the Arkansas River and its tributaries. Chouteau Lock and Dam 17 also features a wonderful, free visitors center. Enjoy the views of barges locking through and check out interpretive displays on the MKARNS River System and history of navigation.

Fort Gibson Historic Site was established in 1824 to maintain peace in Indian Territory. It was the first U.S. military post in what would become the state of Oklahoma.

Fred and Addie Drummond Home was built in 1905 in Hominy, Oklahoma. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1981, and is open for tours.

Har-Ber Village Museum
Experience a pioneer-era history museum, walk the Nature Trail, and enjoy works of art at Har-Ber Village in Grove, near Grand Lake.

Insect Adventure
Looking for an unforgettable and unique educational experience for your youth? Try having an Insect Adventure! The Oklahoma Cooperative Extension in Stillwater has the only live bug petting zoo in the state. This presentation comes with more than 25 species of living arthropods as well as a knowledgeable, enthusiastic, and entertaining professional entomologist to walk you through your arthropod exploration and handling.

Jim Thorpe Home
Take a tour of the former home of 1912 Olympian Jim Thorpe in Yale. Visitors can explore artifacts and displays of Thorpe's track and field awards, as well as many family items.

Maker Faire Tulsa is an award-winning, family-friendly event celebrating technology, education, science, arts, crafts, engineering, food, sustainability and making of all kinds.

Oklahoma Aquarium offers discounts for homeschool families, field trips for small groups (5-20 students), and virtual field trips for everyone.

Oklahoma Maritime Education Center
Visitors can browse print displays and interactive computer terminals to learn the history of the river navigation system and the port. A variety of interactive displays, including touch screen computers, video presentations and a working Local and Dam model, will both educate and entertain visitors at the center.

Oklahoma Steam and Gas Engine's annual show is held in Pawnee, Oklahoma during the first weekend in May. Find steam threshers, gas tractors, gas engines, steam powered sawmill, shingle mill, antique line shaft machine shop, and blacksmith shop. Other attractions include corn mill grinding, farm life and domestic display, and a flea market.

Okmulgee Dripping Springs Mountain Man Rendezvous
Take a step back in time the second full weekend in November at Dripping Springs Park in Okmulgee Oklahoma for demonstrations of blacksmithing, leather-crafting and knife throwing, primitive archery, dutch oven cooking, and more.

Pawnee Bill Ranch & Museum was once home to the world famous Wild West showman Gordon W. "Pawnee Bill" Lillie. Visitors can tour Pawnee Bill and his wife May’s fourteen-room mansion, fully furnished with their original belongings. The ranch is also the site of one of the longest-running, historically accurate Wild West shows in the country.

Tom Mix Museum houses items from Tom Mix's personal collection, providing a glimpse into the life of one of Oklahoma's most colorful figures. Those too young to remember the man and his talent are sure to find his story as fascinating as those who watched him ride across the movie screen years ago.

Tulsa Air and Space Museum
Homeschool students and families receive discounted admission to the museum and planetarium each Wednesday.

Tulsa Rock & Mineral Society Annual Show 
Enjoy working exhibits, displays, a fluorescent room and a free kid's zone. Show vendors feature rocks, minerals, jewelry, fossils, beads and crystals.

USS Batfish
The Muskogee War Memorial Park, home of the USS Batfish, contains an actual World War II submarine, the Batfish, responsible for sinking three enemy submarines and eleven other enemy vessels during World War II. 

Will Rogers Memorial Museum
This beautiful facility houses the largest collection of Will Rogers memorabilia in the world and all of his writings. The Museum has twelve galleries, a children’s museum, theater, and library. The grounds also have a lovely sunken garden where Will Rogers, his wife Betty, and several family members are entombed.

Woolaroc Fall Traders Encampment
Held every October at Woolaroc in Bartlesville, participants from all over the United States congregate to recreate the rugged pioneer life of the men and women who trapped and traded throughout 1820s and 1840s-era Indian Territory.

 

Fun

Bowling
Andy B's is open afternoons, and offers half-price Mondays.

Main Event Play Academy is an accredited STEAM curriculum that combines real lessons with the games kids love. Minimum guest count of 10.

Sahoma Lands (Sapulpa) opens at noon on Mondays.

Skating
Claremore Roller World schedules Homeschool Skate the first Wednesday of every month from 1-3pm.

Broken Arrow Roller Sports holds a Homeschool Skate Session the second Friday of every month during the school year. 

Oilers Ice Center
Each Monday from 11am to 12pm is Homeschool Stick N Puck session, and the first Friday of every month the Oilers Ice Center hosts a homeschool skate. 

Pryor Creek Roller Rink (Pryor) has homeschool skate every Tuesday from 1-3pm.

Skates Roller Skating Entertainment (Sand Springs) is open Wednesday mornings for Tiny Tot Skate & Play. It is advertised for ages 8 and under, though all ages are welcome.

Wheels and Thrills (Owasso) offers Homeschool skate once a month, October through May.

Other
Airtopia in Owasso has a homeschool special on Wednesday afternoons.

Oklahoma Aquarium offers homeschool discounts.

Ray Harral Nature Center (Broken Arrow) schedules free, and fun storytimes for all ages.

Sky Zone offers a homeschool membership.

Tulsa Air and Space Museum
Homeschool students and families receive discounted admission to the museum and planetarium each Wednesday.

TulsaKids
Browse TulsaKids' community calendar for local events.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center Imagination Series
The Imagination Series is a family-friendly series mixing traditional storytelling stage shows with STEM-related learning opportunities. Professional troupes bring fun, interactive shows to the stage to provide laughter, learning and more. Interactive daytime performances make learning fun through the power of performing arts.

Meetup Groups

Tulsa Area:
Broken Arrow/Bixby Homeschool Hikers is a nature based hiking group for unschooling/homeschooling families meeting weekly in the Broken Arrow and Bixby areas at playgrounds and hiking trails.

Building All Children offers community playgroups for children aged 0-6, as well as Tiny Town playgroup, to assist children ages 3-8 and their parents in navigating and responding appropriately in real-life situations, such as ordering at a restaurant, taking care of animals, shopping for groceries, fixing cars, worshiping in church, and much more.

Checkmate Champions is a homeschool chess club meeting every Monday afternoon at the Sapulpa Public Library.

Collinsville Freewill Baptist Homeschool Support Group meets the first Wednesday of every month.

Family Work Space Recess Club is a safe, positive, and encouraging environment where homeschool families can gather.

Free Spirited Homeschoolers of Broken Arrow (and surrounding areas)
This group is for families who crave genuine, long-lasting connections with other free spirited families who homeschool. 

Homeschool Hangout-BA Area
This group is a hangout group for homeschoolers of all ages.

Homeschool Hot Moms
This Tulsa metro group is focused on early morning playdates and indoor, climate controlled gatherings.

Memory Makers is an inclusive group of moms who are wanting to expand their child social circle and their own.

NE Oklahoma Homeschool Get Togethers

Northeastern Oklahoma Homeschool Social Gathering Teens/Tweens
This is to set up for tween and teens get togethers of NOHSG members, ages 10 & up. No younger siblings will be allowed at these events, as it is hangouts or career exploring for older kids 

Oklahoma Adventure Kids (OAK) Homeschool Adventures is a field trip-only group organized by a local homeschooling mom for homeschooling families.

Oklahomeschooling hosts a monthly chess club.

Real Life Homeschooling's (Collinsville) goal is to create friendships and have support. They meet 1-2 times a month at Collinsville Baptist Tabernacle and at locations in the area for field trips.

Sand Springs Case Community Center is a meeting place for homeschool art, PE, and free play groups. See their current schedule here.

Tea Thyme is a group geared for parents with lower elementary aged kiddos. They meet twice a month for some tea and a play session. Every first and last Thursday of the month from 10-2.

Tulsa Area Forest School is a group of parents and caregivers who are passionate about getting children out into nature.

Tulsa Area Free-Play Homeschoolers is an allergy-friendly, mixed-age homeschool group. They welcome all ages, genders, ethnicities, sexual orientations, religions, and homeschool methods.

Tulsa Area Homeschool Friends

Tulsa Nature Adventure Homeschoolers

Victory Homeschool Connect is an unapologetically Christian homeschool group, where all are welcome, with a vision for connecting moms & kids in the Tulsa area with various outings & events. Moms can enjoy fellowship while the kids play. Meets the 1st and 3rd Friday of each month.

Wild + Free Midtown Tulsa

Wild + Free Owasso is a small group whose adventures involve hiking or meeting someplace fun for unstructured play.

Wonder-Gather-Wander is a homeschool nature club for exploring natural wonders.

Zoo Club
Zoo Club meets at an area park every Thursday (Tulsa, BA, Bixby, etc), to learn in-depth about one animal a week, while leaving time for free play at every meeting. On the 4th week, the group meets at the zoo to study the three animals from that month's study, then play. Zoo Club is geared towards elementary aged children, but siblings are welcome. More information here.

Outlying Areas:
Aiming Arrows Homeschool Outreach Program (Tahlequah)
Aiming Arrows is a homeschool program/co-op created to provide group learning opportunities and fun activities.

Claremore Homeschool & Playdate was created as a branch off from Tulsa Wild + Free as a way to help us connect with homeschool families in our area. This group is specifically for homeschool families in Claremore, OK and surrounding areas.

Claremore Secular Homeschoolers is a casual nonreligious, inclusive homeschool group page for Claremore and the surrounding areas.

The Homeschool House strives to have a free gathering place for homeschoolers in Shawnee, OK to share events, classes, and activities within the homeschool community.

Homies Homeschool Group is a casual, nonreligious homeschool social group for families in the Claremore, Pryor and other surrounding areas that meets every Friday for playdates, field trips, and learning experiences. 

Nature and Adventure Homeschoolers (Bartlesville) is a secular group for all ages to learn and discover together. They meet up for walks, park adventures, as well as group field trip type activities.

Nowata County Homeschool Cooperative
Nowata County Homeschool Cooperative is a "social" co-op meeting weekly at the Methodist Church in Nowata.

Rogers County Friendships and Fun Trips is a group of families who like to get together for field trips and fun gatherings.

Tahlequah Family Nature Club
This group is mainly for families with children 0-17 years. The vision and mission of this group is to meet together outdoors to restore our innate connection to nature, community, and family.

TEACH Tahlequah is Christian homeschool support group and co-op.

Teen Homeschool/Unschool weekly meetup
This group is an in-person, once weekly casual meetup for teens that school at home. Meetups are usually held at a park.

 

Rewards & Programs

Bonnie Plants Cabbage Program
Bonnie Plants Cabbage Program is intended to inspire a love of vegetable gardening in young people, teach kids where their food comes from, and grow the next generation of gardeners. The program is for 3rd graders.

Braum's Book Buddy
Braum’s Book Buddy is a reading incentive program for children in the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th grades, including homeschools. Each child can earn up to six Braum’s ice cream treats per school year just by reading.

Discover Dairy Adopt a Cow
Forget the guinea pig. How about adopting a 100-pound dairy calf for your classroom mascot? Don’t worry about finding a pen big enough to hold her. The photos and stories they send about her life on the farm will make her “come alive” for your students!

Every Kid Outside
Every Kid Outdoors was created so fourth graders and their families could discover our wildlife, resources, and history for free. Each 4th Grade Pass covers entrance or standard amenity day use fees at Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Park Service, Bureau of Reclamation, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, U.S. Forest Service, and U.S. Army Corps of Engineers sites.

Imagination Library
Dolly Parton's Imagination Library is available for all Oklahoma children under age 5. Enroll your child in Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library and get a free, age-appropriate book every month until your child’s 5th birthday.

Incredible Pizza Reward My Students
As a member of Reward My Students, educators have access to an unlimited supply of students rewards (free $5 game card coupons).

Kids Bowl Free
Kids can sign up to receive 2 free games of bowling each day during the Spring and Summer at a participating bowling center.

Kids Skate Free
Kids Skate Free is a program that offers free roller skating passes for children so that they can have fun while staying active. Every week you will have 2 new passes per eligible child, to be used at a participating skating center.

Oklahoma Thunder Reading Challenge
Oklahoma Thunder Reading Challenges encourages kindergarten through fifth grade students to read 20 minutes each day, or 600 minutes total, for a chance to win a Thunder prize pack and be eligible for a custom Thunder jersey. The challenge runs three times per year (March, July, November).

Panda Express Read With Me Program
Each enrolled student (grades pK-5th) will have a goal of reading five books. Once each child reaches their goal, they receive a free meal coupon.

Pizza Hut Book It
Book It is a free reading incentive program for PreK-6th grade classrooms, parents and homeschool families. Set goals based on your students’ reading ability, and they can be rewarded with a free, one-topping personal pan pizza.

Silver Dollar City/White Water
Children 4 and 5 years of age are eligible for a free Adventure Season Pass. Registration deadline is at the beginning of March.

ThriftBooks 4 Teachers
Homeschool educators qualify for ThriftBooks 4 Teachers. As a verified educator receive a free used book (valued $7 or less) every time you buy 4 or more books using the teacher-only promo code at checkout.

Tomatosphere
Each classroom is sent two packages of tomato seeds, one package contains seeds that have been sent into space, and the other package contains “control” seeds, which have been kept on Earth. Through the Tomatosphere project, students will learn how to conduct a scientific experiment and compare the germination rates of the two groups of seeds.

Tulsa City-County Library Summer Reading Program
Every summer, kids can earn great prizes and coupons for food and local recreation, just for reading! There's also an Adult Summer Reading Program for parents, too.

Virtual Charter Schools

Virtual Charter Schools

While not homeschools, Virtual Charter Schools are Oklahoma public schools where the primary means of instruction is through online delivery, and are also referred to as "public school at home." The Oklahoma Statewide Virtual Charter School Board serves as the authority to authorize and sponsor statewide virtual charter schools in the state.

A list of authorized virtual schools is available on their website.

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High School & Beyond

Career

Career Exploration

  • Occupational Outlook Handbook is the government's premier source of career guidance featuring hundreds of occupations.
  • OK College Start has several resources for Career Planning and College Planning.
  • O*Net Online  is the nation's primary source of occupational information.
  • ASU me3 is an online interactive major and career quiz. Explore majors and careers that fit your interests and passions, then chart an academic pathway to find a degree program leading to your future career.

Architecture

  • Architecture Summer Academy is aimed at 9th to 12th grade students, and is held at the University of Oklahoma. The annual event introduces students to an interdisciplinary study of the built environment by incorporating the disciplines of Architecture, Interior Design, and Construction Science.
  • Discover Architecture summer workshop at OSU introduces the fields of Architecture and Architectural Engineering to potential university students through academic projects that are designed to stimulate creativity.

Aviation

  • Civil Air Patrol serves as the civilian auxiliary to the U.S. Air Force. Youth cadets participate in a year-round program where you fly, learn to lead, hike, camp, get in shape and push yourself to new limits.
  • OU Sooner Flight Academy provides a memorable learning experience for students K-12 by encouraging inquiry and exploration. Hands-on activities are designed to help kids understand more about the world around them through exciting discoveries using math, science and aviation principles.
  • Riverside Flight Center Discovery Flights are a great way to experience an actual flying lesson by flying with an aircraft instructor for approximately 20-30 minutes.
  • Tulsa Central Library Digital Literacy Lab houses two Flight Simulators for customer use, for ages 12 & up.
  • Wings Over Riverside 
    Tulsa Women in Aviation chapter holds an annual "Girls in Aviation Day" for girls aged 10-18.  

Criminal Justice/Law/Police
Students interested in pursuing a career in the criminal justice field, or those curious about law enforcement can participate in area junior police academies.

Engineering

  • Perry Outreach Program is a free, one-day, hands-on experience for female high school students (grades 10-12) interested in medicine, engineering, or both.
  • OU Engineering Days is a summer day camp series where high school juniors and seniors explore and discover OU Engineering through one-day, in-depth applications in engineering disciplines.
  • Peek Into Engineering Summer Academy 
    Seminole State College holds the Peek Into Engineering Residential Summer Academy, targeting rising 9th through 12th grade students. Exciting activities expose participants to aerospace, electrical, material, mechanical, and bio-engineering.
  • Summer Engineering Academy at The University of Tulsa teaches students about careers in electrical and mechanical engineering through hands-on projects,  interactions with industry professionals, and group activities. Students will experience the engineering design process and complete design challenges.
  • TCC's Summer STEM Academy is a highly engaging hands-on classes including Alternative Energy, Robotics, Engineering, and Health Science, with embedded college readiness skills. Student learning objectives include problem solving, critical thinking, and analytical thought.

Medicine

  • Camp Biomed (NSU-BA) participants learn about Microbiology and Molecular Biology and how these seemingly different sciences can overlap. Students also tour a molecular research lab to learn about the latest science investigations.
  • Dr. Pete's Immersion Camp is a robust interactive experience allowing a select amount of high school students to develop a real understanding of the opportunity they have at solving the critical physician shortage being felt within the state. Participants spend three days on campus learning and working alongside current OSU College of Osteopathic Medicine students.
  • Emerging and Converging Technology Summer Academy (OSU-IT) participants have the opportunity to go "on the job" with culinary arts, engineering technologies, visual communications, nursing, automotive, allied health sciences, heavy equipment, construction, and air conditioning/refrigeration students.
  • Perry Outreach Program is a free, one-day, hands-on experience for female high school students (grades 10-12) interested in medicine, engineering, or both.
  • OKStars Summer Research Program provides high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to participate in cutting-edge research. The program includes in-depth work with a research team, access to modern instrumentation and potential opportunities to participate in publications and presentations.
  • OU Aspiring Health Professions Summer Academy is a week-long academy for incoming 9th-graduating 12th graders that are interested in pursing a heath science career.  Students will have the opportunity to experience the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center seven health profession colleges through hands on activities, engaging discussions, and simulations.
  • OU College of Medicine offers a variety of hands on, interactive opportunities for high school students interested in exploring health careers, including Club Scrubs, Mini Medical School Experience, and the PharmD Early Assurance Program. Some programs are held at the OU-Tulsa Schusterman Center.

Military
Junior ROTC programs are provided for each military branch.

Oklahoma Army National Guard 
Juniors or Seniors at least 17 years of age are eligible to enlist, and qualify for enlistment bonuses up to $20,000, and free college tuition for all of Oklahoma’s state colleges and VoTechs. A Split Training option is available for students to attend basic training between their junior and senior years.

Science

  • Geology Summer Academy (OU) affords students with a rich experience in human’s interactions with geologic processes (rock cycle, water cycle and carbon cycle), including energy, and will provide critical connections among the STEAM fields and societal issues that they will likely face either in their future careers, or as citizens.
  • Get Green for Blue: Outdoor STEM Investigations Connecting Water to You (NSU-BA) Put on your waders, grab your net, and let’s catch those critters! Working in teams, students will learn about water quality through collecting data, analyzing the health of water bodies, and determining possible solutions to water quality problems.
  • Meteorology Summer Academy (OU) is a one-week residential program focused on weather. Students learn about atmospheric interactions from fronts to thunderstorm development, how data are collected, and how to analyze weather maps. Students are exposed to meteorology careers including operational forecasters from NOAA’s National Weather Service offices; field researchers; television broadcasters; and the emergency management community.
  • Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation has established an Internship Program to help students gain work experience.
  • Oklahoma Forestry Camp is an overnight camp that offers swimming, canoeing, hiking, and the opportunity to make new friends, all while learning about the environment.
  • Oral Roberts University Summer Math and Science Academy is a program providing opportunities for developing skills to learn mathematics, science and engineering. Mathematical activities include code breaking cryptology and fractal pattern recognition. Science experiences include field trips, real-world technologies, rocketry and laboratory work where students seek to understand the natural world. The use of problem-solving ideas and projects-based learning integrate these mathematics and science experiences.
  • Wildlife Youth Camp
    Are you interested in a career as a game warden or perhaps a fisheries or wildlife biologist? The Wildlife Department's annual Wildlife Youth Camp is an excellent opportunity for youth to explore possible careers in fish and wildlife management. The entire camp is conducted by game wardens, wildlife and fisheries professionals, and dedicated hunters and anglers. Youth camp is free and competitively open to all Oklahoma youth 14 to 16 years old.

Technology

  • Design Thinking Summer Academy (OSU) introduces students to sustainable spatial design through a series of culturally and regionally responsive project-based learning experiences, and is held in the Mixed Reality Lab which is equipped with state-of-art Virtual Reality and 3D printing equipment.
  • Holberton Tulsa and Urban Coders Guild partner to create a Hackathon for local high school students. Hackathons are events where programmers come together to solve a coding problem. This concept is brought to Tulsa area students as an intro to programming, and will be 12 hours hosted on Holberton Tulsa’s campus (full access to their tech resources). You do not need any prior coding or programming knowledge to attend, just a desire or interest to learn more.
  • Oral Roberts University Summer Math and Science Academy is a program providing opportunities for developing skills to learn mathematics, science and engineering. Mathematical activities include code breaking cryptology and fractal pattern recognition. Science experiences include field trips, real-world technologies, rocketry and laboratory work where students seek to understand the natural world. The use of problem-solving ideas and projects-based learning integrate these mathematics and science experiences.
  • Technology Education & Collaborative Summer Academy (TU) is a commuter academy for students interested in technologies like GPS, making maps, taking pictures, using PowerPoint, Comic Life and other presentation software.

Misc.
Aspire Group College and Career offers resume writing and interviewing classes, and career advisory services.

Campus Tulsa exists to help college students fall in love with Tulsa & launch their careers at area businesses and nonprofits after they graduate. Search local internships, and receive follow up support throughout the application process.

Job Lab
Come by the 3rd floor Computer Lab at Central between 2-3 on Tuesdays for job hunting assistance. Receive help with creating an email account, create or update a resume, or anything else related to searching for and applying for jobs.

Job Now
Live Interview Coaching, a Resume Lab, Career Resources

Little Lighthouse Youth Advisory Board is open to any 14 year old or older high school students who are interested in serving God, learning about nonprofits, and fundraising for Little Light House.

Oklahoma Institute for Diversity in Journalism is a workshop held during the summer months at Gaylord College at the University of Oklahoma designed for high school students interested in journalism.

Oklahoma High School Page Program
Each year, hundreds of students from across the State have the opportunity to take part in the Oklahoma House of Representatives High School Page Program.
Pages are assigned for one week during the legislative session that begins the first Monday in February through the last Friday in May. Page program is limited for high school juniors and seniors.
Serving as a Page includes working in the House chamber during daily session and also running errands for the Representatives and House staff and taking part in the House Page Mock Legislature.

Oklahoma Summer Arts Institute  is an intensive 2-week residential school that provides professional training to artistically talented Oklahoma high school students in the visual, literary, and performing arts. Training is offered in the disciplines of acting, chorus, creative writing, dance, drawing and painting, film and video, orchestra, and photography.

Print School
Learn the basics of design and screen printing at Coweta-based Rhodes Printing, including using CorelDRAW for vector and simulated process screen printing file preparation, how to output film positives and develop high & low mesh screens after coating them with photo-sensitive emulsion, screen printing using plastisol inks. You will print both simple vector based athletic art as well as high end simulated process full color projects, and most importantly, how to communicate with customers.

Thunder Fellows
Thunder Fellows Program – developed by the Oklahoma City Thunder and Creative Arts Agency (CAA) – aims to unlock new opportunities in sports, entertainment, and technology for Black high school and college students in the Tulsa area. Located in the historic Greenwood District, Thunder Fellows will apply data & analytics curriculum uniquely tailored to industries’ standards to gain proficiency in essential skillsets and hands-on experiences highly sought after by recruiters and talent acquisition teams.

Tulsa Performing Arts Center Career Day
TPAC hosts an annual day-long event each spring where members of the Tulsa PAC staff share information about each of their professions in the Performing Arts industry. 

Women Accessing Non-Traditional Trades
WANTT is a program sponsored by Tulsa Tech for woman seeking entry into a construction-related apprenticeship. Develop skills such as construction math, blueprint reading, and use of power tools, preparation for physical job demands while learning vital professional skills required on future job sites. Program acceptance is dependent on a completed application and personal interview. 
 

 

 

Financial Aid

Federal Student Aid
The U.S. Department of Education's office of Federal Student Aid provides billions in financial aid to help pay for college or career school each year.

Khan Ohana
Khan Ohana's Student Services food distribution program is up and running. Current students at any post secondary educational institution may apply for assistance. Students from TCC, TTC, Clary Sage, Oklahoma Technical College, Community Care College, Langston U, OSU IT, TU, Platt College, Rogers State University and North Eastern University are currently receiving assistance.

Oklahoma's Promise
Oklahoma's Promise offers qualified Oklahoma students an opportunity to earn a scholarship for college tuition. Students must enroll in the 8th, 9th, 10th or 11th grade, and their parents' federal adjusted gross income must not exceed $60K per year.

TCC Tulsa Achieves
Tulsa Achieves provides every Tulsa County graduating high school senior (as long as they have a 2.0 GPA and are a U.S. Citizen or permanent resident) full tuition and fees. That’s the first 63-college credit hours (or three years of college, whichever comes first) taken care of. That’s an associate degree, done, and you’re halfway to your Bachelor’s degree for free.

Tulsa Tech
Tulsa Tech offers the opportunity to attend tuition free with the Accelerating Independence Scholarship. This GAP scholarship is available to students through the age of 23 who have graduated from any of our in-district public, private, parochial, charter, or home-schools.

 

Transcripts

BJU Press Transcript Template
Most colleges request a high school transcript when your student submits an application. BJU Press has created a simple, free template to help you create your own transcript. Plug in your student’s final grades, GPA, and other information directly to the template to easily create your own, official transcript.

HSLDA High School & Beyond article series:

Oklahoma Department of Education Transcript Guidance

 

Fun

Aspire Group has a thriving student social community, with activities such as book clubs, dances, holiday parties, and gatherings by student age groups. Families may join the Student Community & Social group without attending co-op or Academy.

Prom
Aspire

Exodus Resource Center

Glass Slipper (Claremore) is a ministry for young ladies so that everyone has the opportunity to have that special dress to wear to prom, with zero cost, and no application.

Contact

Contact

To recommend the addition of a homeschool service, or any modification of this guide, please email: kbryan@tulsalibrary.org.

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