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Freedom School Oklahoma City (FSOKC)

What is Freedom School Oklahoma City?

FSOKC is a not-for-profit summer literacy program. Serving children from underserved communities, our mission is to ensure each child has a healthy start, a head start, a fair start, a safe start and a moral start in life, with support of caring parents and nurturing communities of Oklahoma City. Utilizing an Integrated Reading Curriculum, Freedom School helps children develop a love of reading while increasing self-esteem and generating positive attitudes toward learning.

Who will be served?

Although varying from summer to summer, FSOKC provides instruction to 90 children (entering grades 1st-5th) from underserved communities across Oklahoma County.

When is FSOKC scheduled?

FSOKC is a six-week summer literacy program that begins June 13, 2022 and concludes July 14, 2022*.

Our program runs Monday through Friday, 8:00 am – 2:30 pm.
Children can only be dropped off after 7:45 am and children must be picked up by 2:30 pm.

Where will the summer program be located?

FSOKC operates out of space donated by Metro Technology Center Springlake Campus. Due to construction at the Metro Stem Building, where the program has been held last year, FSOKC will be held at the Health Careers Center. The Health Careers Center is located at 1720 Springlake Dr, Oklahoma City, OK 73111.

What are the costs to participate?

FSOKC is a tuition free summer literacy program that relies exclusively on donations from corporate and individual donors. The cost of the program is approximately $918 per child to run the program. We enroll children completely at no cost to the parents or families. For this reason, parties wishing to contribute may do so by sending a contribution to:

PO Box 54364
Oklahoma City, OK 73154-1364
(All donations are tax deductible)

Who delivers the Freedom School Program?

Participating students become known as "scholars" and instructors who are college interns, become "servant leaders". They are supervised by certified teachers. All personnel participate in extensive training from a reading specialist and are qualified to deliver the curriculum. An array of cultural enrichment activities will add to an exciting learning experience for your child in a safe and nurturing environment.

How do I enroll my child?

Individuals wishing to enroll their child can visit our Enroll a Child page to print off an application. Applications are reviewed and participants are selected based upon availability and program needs. Enroll a Child

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How do I learn more about the Summer Program?

For additional information about enrolling your child or about the program visit contact us.