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Chisholm Public Schools

Chisholm Public Schools have a small school setting with a large school atmosphere. Chisholm High School, 4018 W. Carrier Road, offers all levels of core subjects and a wide variety of electives and Advanced Placement courses. Chisholm Middle School, built in 1996, is the newest building in the Chisholm School district. Located at 4202 W. Carrier Road, CMS is home to grades 6, 7 and 8. Accelerated programs are offered in Math and English. Chisholm Elementary, located at 300 Colorado Avenue, provides instruction for Pre-Kindergarten through the fifth grade plus transitional first grade.

Administration Office: 580-237-5512 • http://chisholm.k12.ok.us


Enid Public Schools

Enid Public Schools consists of one high school, three junior high schools and ten elementary schools, which are commonly referred to as "neighborhood" schools. The district also has a nationally recognized alternative school, as well as an adult education center. The heart and soul of the district is its teachers and students, whose annual test scores continue to exceed state and national averages.In February 2003, Enid voters approved more than $27 million worth of improvements for the district. Every building has or will receive extensive improvements -- new flooring, air-conditioning, lighting, restrooms and more. the district recently opened a $3 million addition to enid high School, including a uniquely designed food court that offers students more than a dozen dining choices. Through the bond issue, classrooms and labs have received new computers and distance learning equipment, with more technology on the way.

http://www.enidpublicschools.org


Oklahoma Bible Academy

OKlahoma Bible Academy is Enid's Christian Junior High and High School and offers a full extracurricular activity program that includes athletic and music programs for grades 7 through 12. OBA provides an environment that is conducive to quality academic progress as well as Christian character development in an interdenominational setting. OBA is fully accredited by the Association of christian Schools International and the Oklahoma State Department of Education. OBA believes that a student who is well grounded in Christian Teaching will be able to succeed in life, establish a strong family and be a solid contributor to their community. Students who graduate from OBA have encountered a well-rounded liberal arts education that allows them to aspire to the career of their choosing.

Administration Office: 580-242-4104

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