The Oklahoma School of Innovation and Experiential Learning (OSIEL) is a private, C-STEM school that serves students grades 5th - 10th. We are located at 171st and Yale on the South Community Church’s campus.
OSIEL is a school unlike any found within the state. It promotes relevant, project-based learning and prepares students with a 21st century education. Our ACT curriculum is backed by elite math instruction, hands-on science, immersive social studies, and engaging travel.
OSIEL provides instruction in robotics, computer programming and Spanish. Each student has his/her own blog to reflect upon the week’s lessons and activities. (This allows parents to stay informed and involved.) Our primary goal is for the students to use information and collaboration to research, design and create in a manner that positively changes the world around them.
To further elevate the quality of education, travel is used to reinforce student learning and provide lifelong experience. This year our students will travel to places such as Kansas City and Boston. All travel will be tied to our focus of study.
The Oklahoma School of Innovation and Experiential Learning has class sizes that do not exceed a maximum enrollment of 18 students. This allows for quality individual instruction, feasible travel, and strong family involvement.
A few benefits of OSIEL:
• Emphasis on C-STEM education
• Learn robotics and programming
• Work with drones and 3D printers
• Opportunities to earn college scholarships through STEM and other academic competitions
• Encourages creativity and design
• ACT standards and assessments
• Travel used to reinforce learning
• Partnerships with local groups, businesses and professionals