Edmond, Oklahoma

What is Edmond, Oklahoma known for?


video teaching

rapidly. During this time, Life Church acquired its first facility (now known as the "Oklahoma City Campus"). In 2001, MetroChurch, a 25-year-old, nondenominational church in nearby Edmond, Oklahoma joined with Life Church, effectively making it a multi-site church. Following the success of the additional location, the church launched campuses in Tulsa, Oklahoma and Stillwater, Oklahoma in 2002, and these new campuses began incorporating satellite video teaching into their services. Principal cities in the district include Oklahoma City (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) (the state capital (List of U.S. state capitals)), Edmond (Edmond, Oklahoma), Shawnee (Shawnee, Oklahoma), and Seminole (Seminole, Oklahoma).


excellence

* St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School * St. Mary's Episcopal School Awards for schools * Cheyenne Middle School became a blue ribbon school in 2009 * Deer Creek Middle School became a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2002. * Edmond Memorial High School became a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2001. * Edmond Memorial High School was named the Siemens Foundation 2007-2008 award winner for the state of Oklahoma. This award is given to one high school per

state, and only .033 high schools in the nation, in recognition of outstanding performance in AP math, science, and technology. * Edmond North High School became a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2007.

format PDF title 2007 Blue Ribbon Schools * Edmond Santa Fe High School became a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2012. Public art and landmarks The city of Edmond is making efforts to promote public art with murals, stained glass and steel sculptures. On a portion of Main Street, statuary lines nearly every corner. ref>


album history

Are Bitter ''. He is also the owner of Edmond Records, which specializes in colored vinyl pressings, including Ben Weasel's latest album. History In 1889 the Governor of Oklahoma Territory, George Washington Steele, urged the Oklahoma Territorial (Oklahoma Territory) legislature to "create public school (Public school (government funded)) systems and universities of higher education". In December 1890, the Legislature established three universities: the state university


largest independent

and metropolitan area, with OU Medicine and The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center campuses east of downtown in the Oklahoma Health Center and the main University of Oklahoma campus located in the suburb of Norman (Norman, Oklahoma). The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center is one of the nation's largest independent medical centers, employing more than 12,000 people. OU Medical Center OU is one of only four major


view service

: virtualglobetrotting.com map russell-westbrooks-house-1 view ?service 0 http: virtualglobetrotting.com map russell-westbrooks-house view ?service 0 * Brandon Whitaker - CFL Running Back, playing for the Montreal Alouettes * Johny Hendricks- UFC Welterweight Champion, Graduated From Edmond Memorial High School 2002. Sources External links * City of Edmond Official Website * Edmond


power partnership

as the 2009-2010 Individual Conference Champion for using more green power than any other school in the Lone Star Conference.


manufacturing construction

Homeland (Homeland (supermarket)) is based in Edmond. The University of Central Oklahoma, one of the fastest growing in the state, is a major employer. The city's economy is centered on technology, manufacturing, construction, wholesale, and retail trade. Top employers According to the City's 2010 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report, City of Edmond CAFR the top employers in the city are: class "wikitable" - ! # ! Employer ! # of Employees - 1 Edmond Public Schools 2,558 - 2 University of Central Oklahoma 1,178 - 3 City of Edmond 667 - 4 Adfitech 474 - 5 OU Medical Center Edmond (OU Medicine) 350 - 6 Petra Industries 250 - 7 Remy International 200 - 8 Cox Communications 182 - 9 Pelco Products 118 - 10 Innovative Healthcare Systems 85 Parks There are many parks in Edmond: City Parks, City of Edmond official website * Bickham-Rudkin Park * Brookhaven Park * Centennial Park * Chitwood Park * Clegern Park * Dog Park * E.C. Hafer Park (or simply Hafer Park) * Fink Park * Gossett Park * J.L. Mitch Park (or simply Mitch Park) * Johnson Park * Kelly Park * Meadow Lakes Park * Penick Park * Shannon Miller Park * Stephenson Park * Ted Anderson Park * Westborough Park * Whispering Heights Park Education Elementary schools * Angie Debo Elementary School * Centennial Elementary School * Charles Haskell Elementary School * Chisholm Elementary School * Clegern Elementary School * Clyde Howell Elementary School * Cross Timbers Elementary School * Deer Creek Elementary School * Frontier Elementary School * Ida Freeman Elementary School * John Ross Elementary School * Northern Hills Elementary School * Oakdale Elementary School * Orvis Risner Elementary School * Prairie Vale Elementary School * Rose Union Elementary School * Russell Dougherty Elementary School * Sunset Elementary School * Washington Irving Elementary School * West Field Elementary School * Will Rogers Elementary School Middle schools * Central Middle School * Cheyenne Middle School * Cimarron Middle School * Deer Creek Middle School * Oakdale Middle School * Sequoyah Middle School * Summit Middle School High schools * Deer Creek High School (Deer Creek Public Schools) * Edmond Memorial High School * Edmond North High School * Edmond Santa Fe High School Colleges and universities * Herbert W. Armstrong College * Oklahoma Christian University * University of Central Oklahoma Private schools * Edmond Christian Academy * Holy Trinity Christian School * Mercy School Institute * Oklahoma Christian School * Oklahoma Christian Academy * Providence Hall Classical Christian School * St. Elizabeth Ann Seton Catholic School * St. Mary's Episcopal School Awards for schools * Cheyenne Middle School became a blue ribbon school in 2009 * Deer Creek Middle School became a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2002. * Edmond Memorial High School became a National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence in 2001. * Edmond Memorial High School was named the Siemens Foundation 2007-2008 award winner for the state of Oklahoma. This award is given to one high school per state, and only .033 high schools in the nation, in recognition of outstanding performance in AP math, science, and technology. Principal cities in the district include Oklahoma City (Oklahoma City, Oklahoma) (the state capital (List of U.S. state capitals)), Edmond (Edmond, Oklahoma), Shawnee (Shawnee, Oklahoma), and Seminole (Seminole, Oklahoma).


Enid, Oklahoma

%), Moore (Moore, Oklahoma) (55,081, +33.9%), Midwest City (Midwest City, Oklahoma) (54,371, +0.5%), Enid (Enid, Oklahoma) (49,379, +5.0%), and Stillwater (Stillwater, Oklahoma) (45,688, +17.0%). Of the state's ten largest cities, three are outside the metropolitan areas of Oklahoma City and Tulsa, and only Lawton has a metropolitan statistical area of its own as designated by the United States Census Bureau, though the metropolitan statistical area of Fort Smith, Arkansas extends

* Kansas: Seventeen locations in Wichita (Wichita, Kansas), Derby, El Dorado, Hutchinson, Overland Park, Topeka, Manhattan, Salina, Hays, Pittsburg, Lawrence, Junction City, Emporia, McPherson (opening in April 2012) * Oklahoma: Eleven locations in Enid (Enid, Oklahoma), Moore (Moore, Oklahoma), Edmond (Edmond, Oklahoma), Stillwater (Stillwater, Oklahoma) (opening in Summer 2012), Tulsa (Tulsa, Oklahoma), Oklahoma City, Yukon (Yukon, Oklahoma) (opened January 2012) * Texas

*Oklahoma Bible Academy (Oklahoma BIble Academy), Enid (Enid, Oklahoma), Garfield County (Garfield County, Oklahoma) *Oklahoma Christian Academy, Edmond (Edmond, Oklahoma), Oklahoma County (Oklahoma County, Oklahoma) *Oklahoma Christian School, Edmond (Edmond, Oklahoma), Oklahoma County (Oklahoma County, Oklahoma) *Oklahoma Christian Academy, Edmond (Edmond, Oklahoma), Oklahoma County (Oklahoma County, Oklahoma) *Oklahoma Christian School, Edmond, Oklahoma Edmond


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http: www.visitedmondok.com historicalplaces.htm The city was also the subject of a U.S. Supreme Court case in which a Christian cross was depicted on the city seal, raising issues concerning the Establishment Clause of the U.S. Constitution. In May 1996, the Supreme Court let stand a Federal Appeals Court ruling ordering the city to remove the cross from the seal. ROBINSON v. CITY OF EDMOND, Nos. 94-6237


independent medical

and metropolitan area, with OU Medicine and The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center campuses east of downtown in the Oklahoma Health Center and the main University of Oklahoma campus located in the suburb of Norman (Norman, Oklahoma). The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center is one of the nation's largest independent medical centers, employing more than 12,000 people. OU Medical Center OU is one of only four major

Edmond, Oklahoma

'''Edmond''' is a city in Oklahoma County (Oklahoma County, Oklahoma), Oklahoma, United States, and a part of the Oklahoma City metropolitan area in the central part of the state. As of the 2010 census (2010 United States Census), the population was 81,405, making it the sixth largest city in the state of Oklahoma.

The city limits are located on the northern border of Oklahoma City. Two major highways connect Edmond to downtown Oklahoma City: U.S. Route 77 (the Broadway Extension), which runs through the center of Edmond, and Interstate 35, which runs along the eastern side. Public transportation is provided by Citylink Edmond bus service.

In 2011, Edmond was #1 on CNBC's "10 Perfect Suburbs" list. http: www.cnbc.com id 44347217 10_Perfect_Suburbs Edmond was listed as one of the "Top 100 Places to Live in 2007" by Relocate America. Relocate America's Top 100 Places To Live In 2007 Edmond was selected the most outstanding community in its class for five years in a row by the State Chamber of Commerce and State Industrial Development Department.

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