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Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont: Home of the Rockets. Their mission statement reads “Eddyville-Blakesburg-Fremont Community Scool District will provide a quality education in which students become lifelong collaborative learners and innovative problem solvers in a global society.”
Lynnville-Sully: Home of The Hawks, “Empowering students to fulfill their dreams.” In 2015, the Iowa Department of Education “Iowa School Report Card” rated Lynville Sully High School “Exceptional” (top 3% of all Iowa high schools). 12476 Hwy F 62 E, Sully, Iowa. 641.594.4445.
North Mahaska: Home of the Warhawks, located at 2163 135th Street in New Sharon and serving Barnes City, Lacey, New Sharon, Taintor and Union Mills. “Expect the Best!” High School and main phone: 641.637.4187.
Oskaloosa Community Schools: Home of the Indians, whose mission statement reads “Engaging all students to embrace the power of learning.” The school system is comprised of one high school, grades 9-12, one middle school, grades 6-8, one elementary school, grades KinderPrep-5, and Webster School which includes the community preschool program, the alternative high school program, and Indian Hills Career Academy. The Central Office is located in the George Daily Auditorium between the Middle School and High School at 1800 N 3rd Street, 641.673.8345.
Oskaloosa Christian enrolls over 150 students in grades K-8; approximately 100 families are being served who come from nearly 30 different churches in the Mahaska Community. Their mission statement reads, “The mission of Oskaloosa Christian School is to assist parents in equipping their children mentally, physically, and spiritually to be effective disciples of Jesus Chrsit by offering a quality Christ-center education.” 726 N E Street. 641.672.2174.
Twin Cedars: Home of the Sabers, whose mission reads, “The Twin Cedars Board of Directors, staff and parents, with community support, shall provide a secure environment and the current resources necessary to academically and socially educate all individuals enabling them to lead productive, responsible and fulfilling lives in a diverse society.” 2204 Hwy G71, Bussey Iowa. Superintendent Office, 641.944.5241.
- ISU Extension Mahaska County, 641.673.5841
- Oskaloosa Public Library, 641.673.0441
- Research Databases through Wilcox Library
- Wilcox Library, William Penn University, 641.673.1096
- Indian Hills Community College WPU Center: Indian Hills Community College has a network of service centers throughout the ten counties it supports including educational extension site on the William Penn University Campus in Oskaloosa. For more information visit their web site or contact Cherri James, 641.673.5451, at the WPU site
- William Penn University: WPU provides the opportunity or an educational experience with a focus on leadership, technology, and the Quaker principles of simplicity, peace-making, integrity, community, and equality. The college was founded in 1873. Its first graduate, in 1875, was female, and in 1902, their first African-American graduate walked across the stage. Today there are more than 1,000 students who come from 42 states and 24 countries.