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Oklahoma teen turns to online school after being bullied

OVCA student Carter Britton was featured on KOCO-ABC Oklahoma City, in time for National Anti-Bullying Month. In this short clip, Carter bravely shares his experience of being bullied at brick-and-mortar middle school. He notes that he doesn’t have to worry about negative peer pressure while in the online classroom, and he gives advice to kids who might be going through bullying and don’t know where to turn.
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Letter to the Editor: Consider online school

OVCA parent Kiera Johnson submit a letter to the editor of Tulsa World, about how online school has helped her son Bastien. Bastien’s life-threatening allergies made brick-and-mortar school an incredible source of stress, and the family sought other options. OVCA gives them peace of mind and an “enriching” learning experience for Bastien.
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3 Things that Might Surprise You About Online Education

There are some misconceptions about online learning. Sheryl Tatum knows this first-hand serving as the Head of School for Oklahoma Virtual Charter Academy and Insight School of Oklahoma. Read Sheryl's 3 things that might surprise you about online education in Oklahoma City Moms Blog.
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The Virtual Coffeehouse

When I started teaching at Oklahoma Virtual Charter Academy three years ago, I wanted to forge musical bonds with my students that were just as strong as the ones I created in my traditional classrooms.
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A life-changing experience

In a letter to the editor, Christie Britton shares how the bullying her son faced in brick-and-mortar school created a hostile environment, leaving him feeling worthless and alone. Enrolling at Oklahoma Virtual Charter Academy has given her son a safe haven to excel in his studies.
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