While you may have heard about signing day as a celebration for student athletes, we believe pursuing a four-year university is a significant achievement for all scholars, not athletes alone! THA’s College Signing Day is an opportunity for THA seniors to publicly declare their college choice with the entire THA Familia there to celebrate.
Join us for our 2024 Bright Future Breakfast and College Signing Day on Thursday, May 30 at ORU Mabee Center. The Bright Future Breakfast will begin at 9:00 AM and College Signing Day will begin at 10:00 AM.
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Tulsa Honor Academy is on a mission to equip all scholars with the academic skills, content knowledge, and ethical character required for college graduation and life success. We are committed to ensuring 100% of our scholars are on a path to go to and graduate from a college of their choice.
In the 2022-2023 academic year, 93% of THA scholars identify as people of color (83% identify as Hispanic), 58% qualify as English Language Learners, and 92% qualify for free or reduced lunch. Our scholars are disproportionately disadvantaged in regards to educational access and opportunities. In the 2020 AmericanCommunity Survey 5-Year Estimates, 34.1% of those who identify as white alone (not Hispanic or Latino) in the City of Tulsa (defined by TPS boundaries) have earned a bachelor’s degree or higher compared to only9.7% of those who identify as Hispanic alone.
Tulsa Honor Academy began serving 12th grade in the 2022-2023 academic year. In THA’s first graduating class, 93.67% of scholars will be first generation college students.
Tulsa Honor Academy’s College Readiness Program is critical to achieving our mission of matriculation to and success in college by serving as a bridge between the academically demanding and structured environment provided by THA to the multifaceted challenges of college. Our team works relentlessly to address the issues most often faced by students of color and first generation students such as college planning, college admissions and financial aid, and college persistence.
THA’s College Readiness Program is unlike any other in the area. Supports include:
Tulsa Honor Academy’s College Readiness Program is centered on ensuring our scholars are prepared to goto and graduate from a college of their choice.