Central Oklahoma Homeschool Choirs will hold orientation sessions next week. The mission of Central Oklahoma Homeschool Choirs is to provide choral music education in a Christian environment for families whose children are homeschooled, according to a news release. The choirs present two concerts every year: the Christmas concert in December and a spring concert in May.
Miranda Wilson has spent more than 100 hours studying World War II. The 13-year-old from Tulsa, Oklahoma, started a serious research project when students in her homeschool group were encouraged to interview three veterans. When she finished the first three interviews, she asked her mother, Jennifer Wilson, why she had to stop at three.
Like many students about his age, Jacob Humpleby is preparing for graduation.
However, the 19-year-old is preparing to graduate from college.
On May 2, the Broken Arrow resident will get his diploma from Oral Roberts University. It will be a proud moment for him and his family.
A sprinter for the Oklahoma City Storm homeschool team, McKae Mitchell has blossomed into one of the state’s top sprinters. She doesn’t have a track to call home – except for the street in front of her house. Sometimes she’ll have three workouts at three different tracks over the course of a week.