Posted October 07, 2018 06:03:07The school, located in Osha, Kansas, has been around for nearly a century and has seen an influx of students and teachers from around the world.
Osha is one of the first primary and secondary schools to offer English as a Second Language (ESL) as part of its curriculum.
The school has been lauded by teachers and administrators alike for its quality, which is what drew students to the school.
The Osha Education Center is one such school.
Located in a rural community in southern Kansas, Osha has more than 400 students enrolled, with more than 10,000 total students across two campuses.
In 2017, OsaHS launched a pilot program in Osa to expand its high school student population.
Osa currently has more students enrolled in Osas secondary schools than any other school in the state.
In 2018, the school expects to enroll up to 1,000 students from around Kansas and Oklahoma, according to OshaHS.
The school’s students are taught in Spanish, English and a hybrid of English and Spanish.
According to the Osha school website, students attend classes in English and French as well as a variety of classes in math, science, technology and the arts.
OshaHS says its goal is to have up to 600 students enrolled by 2020, with another 300 students expected by 2023.
Osas primary and junior high schools have over 3,200 students.
The district recently announced it will be launching an online application system for students, which will allow parents to send their kids to the high school in a matter of days.
The application will then be processed and the students will be enrolled on the school’s website within 72 hours of their application.
The application will also provide parents with the ability to track the students progress.
Oshas school district has also recently released a free online video course in English, Spanish and French.