As we continue to strive to meet the needs of our families, our School Board has identified this as the season to begin raising money for our own permanent location. Rest assured that as we have been incredibly blessed with the support of Owasso First Assembly and First Baptist Owasso as facility hosts for our campuses, we will continue to partner with these community-minded church bodies for years to come. We recognize that raising the funds to purchase a permanent property may take us many years and are therefore challenging ourselves to raise $100,000 annually towards this goal. We are searching for a property of at least 20 acres in the Owasso and local area, with or without a building that can be used for classrooms.
THIS YEAR WE ARE KICKING OFF A NEW PROJECT
Growing Our Future
“Commit your work to the Lord,
and your plans will be established.”
– Proverbs 16:3
OUR OWN PERMANENT LOCATION
Raising the funds and searching out a property large enough to support expansion options.
Either renovating an existing building or building a new classroom structure.
See the addition of classroom buildings and athletic and arts facilities.
PRAYING ABOUT PARTNERSHIPS
We are looking to partner with families to raise this money through direct donations, as well as by developing partnerships with local businesses and building connections with wider donors invested in the future of Christian Education. It is our prayer that this campaign will enable us to continue to expand the ways in which we are able to support and partner with our families.
Please reach out if you have experience or connections that will help us further these goals.
- ‘Growing Our Future’ Fund
Our goal is to raise $100,000 annually towards a permanent property for OPA.
- Staff Benevolent Fund
The Staff Benevolent Fund provides financial support to staff who experience hardships as well as provides funding for substitute teachers when staff are out due to illness.
- Student Scholarship Fund
The Student Scholarship Fund provides financial assistance to deserving OPA families invested in our school model but without sufficient funds to send their students to OPA.