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Academic Resources

Epic Charter Schools combines the convenience of online learning with the support of one-on-one instruction from an Oklahoma-certified teacher. This blended learning model allows students and families to set their own pace with the guidance and instruction from an Epic Charter Schools teacher who meets with them face-to-face as needed.

Testing Resources

Testing Locations

Throughout the course of the year, Epic Charter Schools will be required to administer a variety of tests. The locations listed below are being used as testing facilities for the Spring 2023 State Tests.




16615 County Road 1560
Ada, OK 74820


Hilton Garden Inn

710 Premier Parkway
Ardmore, OK 73401


New Beginnings Baptist Church

4104 East 151st Street South
Bixby, OK 74008

Broken Arrow

Adventist Fellowship Church

15303 East 21st Street
Tulsa, OK 74134


Grady County Fairgrounds

500 East Choctaw Avenue
Chickasha, OK 73018


Frisco Center

101 South 4th Street
Clinton, OK 73601


St. Williams Catholic Church | Parish Hall

802 West University Boulevard
Durant, OK 74701


Epic Waterloo Meeting Space

6705 North Interstate 35 Frontage Road
Edmond, OK 73034


First Assembly of God

29080 South 637 Road
Grove, OK 74344


First Christian Church

802 North Quinn Street
Guymon, OK 73942


Hilton Garden Inn

135 Northwest 2nd Street
Lawton, OK 73501


First Baptist Church

109 South 8th Street
McLoud, OK 74851

Midwest City

Community Church of the Nazarene

10200 SE 15th Street
Midwest City, OK 73130


Oasis Community Church

800 West Peak Boulevard
Muskogee, OK 74401


Immanuel Baptist Church

1777 East Robinson Street
Norman, OK 73071

Oklahoma City

Exchange Avenue Baptists Church

1312 South Pennsylvania Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73108

Oklahoma City

Crossroads Church | Student Life Center

8901 South Shields Boulevard
Oklahoma City, OK 73149

Oklahoma City

Graceway Baptist Church

1100 SW 104th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73139


Apostolic Life Church

1512 East 13th Street
Okmulgee, OK 74447

Paul Valley

First Baptist Church

213 North Ash Street
Pauls Valley, OK 73075

Ponca City

City Central

400 East Central
Ponca City, OK 74601


Immanuel Baptist Church

1101 North Wheeler Avenue
Sallisaw, OK 74955


First Christian Church

220 East Lee Avenue
Sapulpa, OK 74066


World Harvest Church

1718 West Lakeview Road
Stillwater, OK 74075


Metro Pentecostal Church

5925 East 51st Street
Tulsa, OK 74135


Freedom Church

1400 Falcon Road
Altus, OK 73521


Rogers State University (RSU)

401 Dewey Avenue
Bartlesville, OK 74003

Broken Arrow

Northeastern State University | Liberal Arts Building

3100 New Orleans Street
Broken Arrow, OK 74014

Broken Bow

Bypass Church of Christ

120 West Lincoln Road
Idabel, OK 74745


Faith Baptist Church

901 South Faith Lane
Claremore, OK 74017


Simmons Center

800 Chisholm Trail Parkway
Duncan, OK 73533


University of Central Oklahoma (UCO)

100 North University Drive
Edmond, OK 73034


Northern Oklahoma College

100 South University Avenue
Enid, OK 73701


St. Mary’s School

502 East Warner Avenue
Guthrie, OK 73044


First United Methodist Church

415 East Main Street
Jenks, OK 74037


The King’s House

124 V Hubert Smith Drive
McAlester, OK 74501


Coleman Theater

103 North Main Street
Miami, OK 74354


Quest Church

6450 36th Avenue Northwest
Norman, OK 73072


United Pentecostal Church Camp

9500 South Sara Road
Mustang, OK 73064


Goodrich Memorial United Methodist Church

200 West Hayes Street
Norman, OK 73069

Oklahoma City

Real Church/Freedom Worship

11911 North Pennsylvania Avenue
Oklahoma City, OK 73120

Oklahoma City

Epic Charter Schools | 50 Penn Place

1900 Northwest Expressway, Floor R3
Oklahoma City, OK 73118

Oklahoma City

Grace Communion Surrey Hills Church

12201 Ashford Drive
Yukon, OK 73099


Owasso Church of Christ

10510 North 129th East Avenue
Owasso, OK 74055


Freedom Church

591 Edmond Road Northwest
Piedmont, OK 73078


First Baptist Church

300 North Witte Street
Poteau, OK 74953

Sand Springs

Angus Acres Baptist Church

4401 South 129th West Avenue
Sand Springs, OK 74063


Temple Baptist Church

1234 East Highland Street
Shawnee, OK 74801


First Christian Church

323 West 4th Street
Stroud, OK 74079


Southern Nazarene University (SNU)

8210 East Regal Court
Tulsa, OK 74133

Special Education

Special education services are available to students identified with a disability by a multidisciplinary team which may include but is not limited to: teachers, the parent/guardian, a school psychologist, therapists and the student. The school follows the requirements of IDEA 2004 and corresponding Oklahoma laws. Documentation of the disability must be provided, such as medical records, prior educational records, and/or psychological evaluation.

For new referrals the school uses the Response to Intervention (RTI) school-wide, as a first level support to assist in the identification of educational needs and to document that the student is unable to learn with scientifically based interventions. The General Education Teacher will then forward that request onto a Special Education Teacher who will make sure the evaluation is completed.

The school is required to teach all students grade level work per directives from the state department.  The curriculum used depends on the age and grade level as well as the instructional level of the student. Students in need of adapted learning support services are those whose complex learning needs impact their academic achievement and their ability to make sufficient progress within the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE).  Services offered may include: adaptations and modifications to the curriculum, specialized instructional strategies, and adjustments in pacing.

Child Find

Child Find is a search for all children with disabilities who are not receiving a free, appropriate, public education. This applies to children between the ages of birth and twenty-one years of age, who have not yet graduated from high school. Epic Charter School offers full educational opportunities for all students.If you suspect your child may have a disability or know of a child with a disability who is not receiving a free, appropriate, public education, please click here.

Related Services
Related services may include, but are not limited to, occupational therapy, speech and language therapy and physical therapy when it is necessary to the child’s ability to make adequate progress in the general curriculum. These services, placement, and goals are determined by the IEP team on an “as needed” basis. Options for related services should be discussed with the special education staff.

Communication between special education teachers and the parent will be made via telephone, email, Skype, etc. Confidential documents will be sent via certified mail. To ensure ongoing communication, please let the teacher and school know if there is a change in phone number, email or mailing address.


Section 504 Accommodation Plans
The Rehabilitation Act of 1973, commonly referred to as “Section 504,” is a federal statute that prohibits discrimination against persons on the basis of their disability by institutions that receive financial federal assistance. It states:

No otherwise qualified individual with a disability shall solely by reason of her or his disability, be excluded from the participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity receiving Federal financial assistance.

Section 504’s purpose is to assure that disabled students have educational opportunities and benefits equal to those provided to non-disabled students. An eligible student under Section 504 is a student who has a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits a major life activity. If a student is covered by Section 504, schools must provide such accommodations as are necessary to ensure that the student has equal access to services, programs and activities offered by the school. Section 504 protects students from discrimination on the basis of disability to a similar extent as the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

Child Find

English Language Learners (ELL)

English Learners (EL) are students with varying levels of English proficiency and prior knowledge of their home language.

The Department of English Learners

The Department of English Language Learners is committed to helping students, parents, and teachers achieve success. Our department creates and implements robust instructional programs for English Language Learners, comprehensive professional development for Epic educators, and interpreting and translation services to enable parents to be advocates for their children.​

Language Assistance Services

All parents have the right to receive information about their child’s education in a language they understand, and Epic recognizes that partnering with parents/guardians is vital for students’ educational success. We work toward empowering non-English speaking parents/guardians of children enrolled with Epic to become active participants in their child’s education.

  • Epic Charter Schools provide interpretation (oral) and translation (written) language services to parents and guardians with limited English proficiency, at no cost to them.

    • Translation and interpreting may be provided by Epic staff, volunteers, or contracted providers. The use of family members and friends to provide translation or interpretation is discouraged.

    • A minor child may never translate or interpret.

  • When a child enrolls in Epic Charter Schools, parents are asked about their need for language assistance services.

  • To file a complaint, please submit this Language Services Complaint Form. This form is available in other languages upon request.

  • Epic staff who need interpreting and/or translation assistance should submit the internal forms which can be found in the ELL Teacher Toolkit.

English Learner Laws and Regulations

For more information regarding federal laws and guidelines, visit Colorín Colorado’s page on the Every Student Succeeds Act as well as these resources for Oklahoma.


Read about Schools' Civil Rights Obligations to English Learner Students and Limited English Proficient Parents here.

Qualifying for English Language Development Services

Every student who enrolls with Epic Charter Schools completes a Home Language Survey as part of the enrollment process.


If the student’s Home Language Survey indicates that a language other than English is spoken in the home and the student has not been previously identified as an English Learner, the student will be given a screener to assess English Language Proficiency.


These are the Oklahoma State Department of Education guidelines regarding when the screener will be given:

  • Within the first thirty (30) days of school if the student is enrolled at the beginning of the school year

  • Or within fifteen (15) days of school if enrolled after the first thirty (30) days of school

What English Language Development (ELD) services are available?
  • Consultation / Collaboration between your child’s general education teacher and the ELD teacher: ELD teacher consults with the general education teacher on a regular basis to assist the teacher in planning instruction for the EL student. The ELD teacher models strategies, demonstrates lessons, provides resources, helps identify essential standards and vocabulary, and collaborates on appropriate instructional and assessment accommodations and modifications. The goal is to provide appropriate EL supports in mainstream classes to the level appropriate for student success.

  • Live, virtual ELD classes: Students attend live, virtual classes 4 days per week where ELD teachers provide intensive language and literacy instruction. Supplemental instruction can target both language fluency and core content. Pull-out services for language and literacy skill development are supported with specialized ELD curricular materials and is not intended to replace core content instruction. ELD classes are leveled by English language proficiency levels. Additional classes for Newcomers are available, in which students will be supported in adjusting to American culture. The goal is to increase student success in mainstream, non-ESL supported general education classes which ELs should fully transition to in a reasonable amount of time.

  • Content Classes with Integrated ESL Support: Students are provided core content instruction with no native language support in mainstream classes utilizing integrated ESL strategies (i.e. teachers trained in EL methods). The goal is to provide appropriate EL supports in mainstream classes to the level appropriate for student success.

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