SNU School for Children test in the top 10 percent nationwide on standardized test scores

SNU School for Children test in the top 10 percent nationwide on standardized test scores

     BETHANY, OK --- On May 21st, the Southern Nazarene University (SNU) School for Children graduated ten 5th grade students.  This class of 2009 students performed in the 90th percentile on the standardized test, which placed them in the top 10 percent in the nation.  This completes the 2008-2009 school year with the highest achievement in The School For Children’s 37-year history. 


The graduating 5th grade students will now leave the School for Children program to attend various private and public middle schools in the Oklahoma City Metro area. 

Congratulations are in order to the following ten graduating School for Children students:  Christina Shadid, Rachel Evans, Katelyn Wood, Matt McGarry, Triston Graves, Andrew Isaac, Andrew Wantz, Grayson Brant, Brandon Fisher and David Williams. 

For more information on The School for Children, contact DeAnna Hill, Administrative Assistant for the Southern Nazarene University School for Children at 491-6645.  

The School for Children opened its doors as a pre-school in 1971.  Dr. Joy Beaver, an SNU professor, had a vision for a place that would serve college students needing to practice their teaching while offering a "top-notch" program for young children to learn. The school quickly grew each year and one grade at a time was added.  The school has continued to educate hundreds of children for over 36 years.   

Visit the SNU School for Children website at http://www.snu.edu/schoolforchildren.