OIC accepts students from age 16 years and above. Courses may be offered at no or low cost to the student dependent upon contract restrictions. Services are provided to citizens residing throughout Oklahoma, Cleveland, Logan and Canadian counties.
"Don't give up."
- Ashley Atkinson
The novelty of our programs lie in their self-paced format. Students are evaluated based solely on their specific needs.
Utilizing a variety of testing tools (such as the TABE and the WRAT), students begin working in the classroom on those areas for which they need the greatest attention.
Programs Currently Offered
General Educational Development (GED)
For out-of-school youth and adults who wish to prepare for the GED test and obtain their high school diploma.
Adult Basic Education (ABE)
Designed to help those seeking improvement in the areas of writing, reading, math and life skills.
Computer Software Applications (CSA)
Comprehensive clerical support staff training using Windows, Office Suite, Corel Suite, and other programs. Advanced-level training offered from the following clusters: Medical, Accounting, Data Entry, Customer Service, Legal or General. Internships and Job Placement assistance incorporated for long-term training. Long and short-term courses are available.
Provides literacy training for non- and low-readers; funding provided by the Department of Human Services and the Oklahoma Department of Libraries. Emphasis placed on clients referred by the Department of Human Services.
Provides one-to-one tutored reading for students who want to improve their reading and writing skills.
Provides information for students to become better parents, employees, and individuals. Classes addresses problems and needs encountered in everyday life. Sessions are conducted by community partners, (MoneySmart Management), OSU-OKC (Nutrition), GuideRight (HIV/AIDS Education), and Relationship Initiative (Family and Relationships).
Drug Education & Prevention
Conducted through Life Skills and Group Guidance sessions, drug prevention is an ever-present part of every OIC program. Activities culminate to Red Ribbon Week for celebration and awareness.
OIC is also available to provide testing and training for companies and their employees. Temporary or Short-Term computer software courses are offered, as well as grade level and reading tests and other programs that can be tailored to the needs of the business.