Tulsa Adventist Academy (TAA) has joined the Tulsa Regional Chamber of Commerce and is holding a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Wednesday, September 29, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at the school’s main entrance at 900 S. New Haven (two blocks east of the University of Tulsa). “TAA has been one of Tulsa’s best-kept education secrets since it opened in 1916, but the school board wants to share our quality education with our community,” says principal Shaun Lazarus. “We aim to connect with other educators and also businesses so that TAA can expand its mission to prepare students for heaven and earth. By meeting like-minded individuals and businesses, we can better serve our student body.”
The ribbon-cutting ceremony will be followed by a reception and the school will be open to guests who would like to see its educators and students in action.
TAA is one of eight Adventist schools in Oklahoma. It is a sister school to more than 7,000 educational institutions operating in over 100 countries around the world with over 1.5 million students worldwide. View specific statistics about North American Adventist Education.
“TAA has class limits of 20 and offers PreK through 12thgrade curriculum,” Lazarus says. “Research shows that students in Adventist schools consistently test above the 50thpercentile in every grade, but along with academics, we also emphasize peer tutoring, community service, and parental involvement to enhance every student’s wellbeing.”
TAA is fully accredited by the State of Oklahoma Department of Education and the Oklahoma Private School Accreditation Commission.
Tulsa Adventist Academy
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