Newsweek Ranked Dove Science Academy 7th Best High School in Oklahoma
Newsweek has announced the 2013 best high schools of the nation. Dove Science Academy is ranked #908 in the nation out of 22,000 public high schools, making the school one of the Silver Medalists. Dove Science Academy is also ranked 7th Best High School within Oklahoma. The student body makeup is 49 percent male and 51 percent female, and the total minority enrollment is 85 percent. Dove Science Academy is ranked 2nd Best Charter High School in Oklahoma. Newsweek webpage
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Each year through the FIRST Robotics Competition, volunteer engineers, high school students, and members from the community partner together to build a robot in a time period of six weeks. Through this building process, engineers mentor students in brainstorming, prototyping, design, and creation of the robot and its functions. This enables the students to take classroom concepts from the math and science fields and apply them to a real world situation.
The RoboRockets, the official FRC Robotics Team of Dove Science Academy OKC is now receiving applications online. If you're interested in, please visit www.roborockets.com or simply click here to apply online.
DSA Yearbook! Buy Yours Now! Don't Miss Out!
DSA Yearbooks are now on sale! $5 deposit to reserve your copy!
Payment plans are available.
Signing Page Party in May.
Senior Pages Available.
Photos from Prom & Graduation.
Full payment must be made no later than May 3, 2013. Yearbooks will be available for pick-up in August. The yearbook will have a hard cover and be in full color!
Want to know what your students could be doing at a Summer Academy?!? Maybe they will study green architectural design like students have learned in the past 3 years at OU’s Going Green: Partnering Five Architecture Disciplines.
What about an academy where they use math and science to solve problems? Students who attended SWOSU’s SSMA Academy spent two weeks doing just that in an interactive experience culminating in a problem-solving competition!
This program helps students across the country pursue a course of study in engineering and technology throughout high school and college. Click here to see highlights from the fun and informative sessions from this past summer. We strongly encourage all of our 8th through 11th grade students to apply for this amazing summer program which will be a great start to your career in science and engineering. 2013 Sessions: June 3-8 (rising 8th and 9th graders) June 10-15 (rising 10th graders) June 17-21 (rising 11th graders) Students with questions about Summer STEM and the application process should call 410-293-4361 or visit admissions.
National Honor Society Inducted New Members For the 2013-2014 Year
National Honor Society inducted new members for the 2013-2014 year on Friday February 15, 2013. Members must meet specific criteria unique to Dove Science Academy and the National Honor Society. Members inducted were Abel C., Nivasha C., Henry L., Daniel M., Talon M., Michelle R., Jorge S.o, Sadi Y., Jesse D.i, Trisha V.o, Michelle W., Aide G., Dulce R., Gustano G., Afsana, J.r, Eduardo M., Khadiya I., Kiara K., Edgar R., Chinwe O., Chika O., Cristy P., Kiaralexia R.s, Alan R.s, Diego R., Eugenia E., Yazmin R.
Oklahoma's Promise 2012 State Champion is Dove Science Academy
We are pleased to inform you all that the Oklahoma State Regents for Higher Education has recognized Dove Science Academy as the Oklahoma's Promise 2012 Class 3A State Champion. In its 2012 high school graduating class, Dove Science Academy had thirty-five seniors qualify for the Oklahoma's Promise college scholarship, placing it first out of the 64 similar sized Class 3A high schools across the state.
In fact, this is the third time in the past 4 years that Dove Science Academy has been an Oklahoma's Promise State Champion. Congratulations!
Success from Dove graduates !
1. William I. President of the Omega Delta Phi Fraternity, one of the biggest student organization at University of Oklahoma 2. Jason L. President of Hispanic American Student Association in 2010, president of Omega Delta Phi in 2011, and president of Multicultural Greek Council in 2012, as well as chairman of the TREE Conference Committee. These are all one of the biggest student organizations at University Of Oklahoma 3. Keith S. Graduate student at George Mason University in Washington D.C. majoring in International Studies, volunteering under Peace Corps program in Morocco and he will credit his volunteerism as college class credits. 4. Melissa B. Junior at OU majoring in Management Information Systems got a paid internship this summer with Conoco Phillips. She is very thankful to Dove and her teachers. 5. Mariel C. Class of 2010, is going to Europe for her study abroad program and she will study at Bosphorus University. For this, she has been awarded with Gilman scholarship for the amount of $ 3,000.
Dove Science Academy OKC receives 2012 College Readiness Award
Dove Science Academy-OKC has received the 2012 College Readiness Award from the ACT Southwest Region for increasing the number of students taking the ACT Assessment over the past five years and significantly increasing their level of achievement and college readiness.
Only 66 high schools in Oklahoma were honored for this accomplishment which represents only 11% of all Oklahoma high schools. This can only happen as a result of the faculty and staff efforts and the dedication of Dove-OKC students and parents to focus on college as well as career, academic readiness.
Dove-OKC is always proud of its faculty, staff and students. Congratulations!
Dove Science Academy Schools are high performing K-12 public charter schools in
Oklahoma that focus on math, science, engineering, and computer technologies to
provide opportunities for underserved communities. Dove Science Academy Schools
proudly serve more than 1,500 students in four college preparatory schools. With
a college acceptance rate of 100 percent, Dove Science Academy Schools have
earned the reputation of providing a distinct, high-quality education.
4 schools in Oklahoma
serving 1,600 students
800+ students on
our waiting list
73.5% of students qualify for free/reduced meals.
41.9% African American
3.1% Native American