Leadership Oklahoma City develops leaders for civic service.

YLX, or the Youth Leadership Exchange, is the high-school-age programming arm of Leadership Oklahoma City, Inc. YLX programs are school-year-long classes that meet one day a month. Read More

Achievers

U.S. Air Force Airman Maceo T. Davis graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. Read More

Charter school and Rose State partner to bring learning centers to OK and Tulsa counties

When Oklahoma children go back to school this fall, students of the online-based EPIC Charter Schools will have the opportunity to add in-classroom educational experiences through onsite learning centers in Tulsa and Oklahoma counties. Read More

John Yoeckel receives Harding Fine Arts Academy Board Leadership Award

Harding Fine Arts Academy presented school board member John Yoeckel with the first Harding Fine Arts Academy board leadership award. Read More

How EPIC Charter School creates student success through customized instruction

The goal of every teacher is to see students reach their potential. To help students achieve their goals, sometimes teachers must tailor their approach to a student’s specific needs. Read More

Dove schools named 2017 National Schools of Character

Validating character initiatives is at the core of what we do because it creates fertile conditions for multigenerational character growth where students and those in their lives thrive as ethical members of our society. Read More

OSU-OKC and Dove Science Academy team up for early college program

A partnership between Oklahoma State University-Oklahoma City and Dove Science Academy that combines the final two years of high school and the first two years of college in a single two-year program seemed like a great idea on paper. Read More

Students selected to participate in General Tommy Franks Leadership Program

Four Star Leadership with General Tommy Franks announced that Briseyda Amador-Metsa, Dawson Fuller and Matthew O'Brien are three of 70 students worldwide chosen to participate in this year's leadership program, July 9-14 in Edmond. Read More

Teachers on front lines of education crisis pitch solutions to problems at their schools

A new fellowship at 36 Degrees North this summer brought together a group of Tulsa-area teachers to identify problems affecting education and develop creative solutions through work with their schools and the community. Read More