Students entering their junior and senior years are eligible to take concurrent classes. Students may take classes from any university as long as we have a signed agreement from with them (please check with Mrs. Martinez to see if your school is approved). Here are some tips and frequently asked questions:
- the state will pay for classes take (up to 2 classes) however you must pay the fees. Fees range from university to university but can still be quite expensive.
- It is the responsibility of the student to ensure that the concurrent courses taken match up to their schedule at the high school. Students cannot leave or arrive during the middle of a high school class in order to attend a college class.
- Students must enroll and bring Mrs. Martinez a copy of their concurrent schedule
- Students must bring Mrs. Brader a printout of their grades every Friday by noon for eligibility
Here are links to the three most common universities currently used my OHS students:
Rogers State University
Northeastern State University
Tulsa Community College