Local Students Graduate from EPIC Charter Schools

OKLAHOMA CITY – EPIC Charter Schools, in its first-ever virtual graduation ceremony to honor the Graduating Class of 2020, conferred diplomas on 3,805 students on Saturday, June 6. The virtual ceremony, believed to be the largest of its kind in the state, included recorded remarks from notable Oklahoma speakers such as former Gov. George Nigh, members of Oklahoma’s congressional delegation and state lawmakers. “This isn’t the graduation ceremony any of us expected when we started the 2019-2020 school year,” said EPIC Superintendent Bart Banfield, “but our first-ever virtual ceremony is testament to a guiding principal at EPIC – the only…

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