There are six private schools in Edmond, providing residents a variety of quality options for their children’s education at all levels. Here is an overview of these local schools and educational programs. Ready to take notes?
Oklahoma Christian School is Christian affiliated and serves PK-12 students. Home of the Saints, this school strives to partner with parents in order to educate the whole student in order to glorify God. In addition to a challenging curriculum, a variety of sports, clubs, activities, and organizations are available to develop leadership and social skills.
Oklahoma Christian Academy is Church of Christ affiliated for students in grades PK-12. OCA is committed to helping students develop their passions: in education, spirituality, and community. Contact this Opportunity Scholarship Fund-winning school for a tour.
Mercy School Institute is Islamic affiliated and serves PK-12 students. The challenging and fulfilling curriculum includes co-concurrent programs with Edmond community colleges. Students will not only be prepared for their future, but they will be encouraged to believe in themselves.
Elementary and Middle Schools
Holy Trinity Lutheran School is affiliated with the Lutheran Church Missouri Synod and teaches students in grades PK-8. Both a church and a private school, Holy Trinity offers an education with a greater purpose: to continue forward in both mission and ministry.
St. Elizabeth Ann Seton is a Roman Catholic affiliated school for PK-8 students. The school strives to not only prepare students for success in high school and beyond, but for lives of both holiness and service.
St. Mary’s Episcopal welcomes students in grades PK-5. St. Mary’s recognizes the complex development of students in these early (key) years of academic, spiritual, and physical growing. Therefore they are committed to “challenging the mind, inspiring the soul, and building character.”
We started your homework for you, so to speak. With so many quality schools to choose from in Edmond, it should be a fun and rewarding process to find the right fit for your student and family.