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Epic Charter Schools announces Math+ partnership with Millwood Public Schools

OKLAHOMA CITY (July 10, 2024) – Epic Charter Schools today announced a partnership with Millwood Public Schools to provide its students with instruction in Algebra I and Geometry beginning with the 2024-25 school year.

Epic will provide some of Millwood’s students with access to its Math+ online classroom and curriculum, a comprehensive math program developed by Epic in 2020, which is 100% aligned to Oklahoma Academic Standards. The Math+ program boasts a 98.6% completion rate in Algebra I and a 99.7% completion rate in Geometry for participating students in all grades.

Millwood – a school district in Oklahoma City serving approximately 1,000 students – was originally established in 1898 and has earned a name for itself as a leader in academic innovation. 

Millwood Superintendent Dr. Cecilia Robinson-Woods said the partnership with Epic is a clear display of each school’s commitment to finding academic solutions to provide students with learning that works best for them. 

“One of the things Millwood and Epic have in common is a genuine desire to give our students every opportunity to learn and prepare themselves for life after high school,” she said. “This work is very personal to me and I look forward to this and the potential for further partnerships in the future.”

Epic Superintendent Bart Banfield echoed Robinson-Woods’ sentiment by adding that community involvement is driving this partnership just as much as academic success. 

“By partnering with community leaders like Millwood, we are continuing to fulfill our mission to be a strong presence in the cities and towns we serve,” Banfield said. “By coming together, Epic and Millwood are showing that when it comes to educating the leaders of tomorrow, we share a common purpose.”

Founded in 2011, Epic Charter Schools is Oklahoma’s largest public virtual charter school – and among the largest of its kind in the U.S. – serving approximately 30,000 students from PreK-12th grade in all 77 counties statewide.

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