Friend-to-friend and parent-to-parent, for more than 50 years, Channing’s excellent reputation has been spread by word of mouth. As we see it, you can’t buy better advertising.

“Channing has been one of the best parts of moving to Tulsa. It is such a unique and special place! Not having any family in Oklahoma, the Channing community has become our family. The passion, commitment, sincerity, and excellence exhibited by Channing teachers has been heart-warming and inspirational. I just wish my children could stay through high school!”

— Whitney Shevlin, Channing parent

“My son went to Channing for two years. We had an incredible experience. The children are so prepared for Kindergarten. The class size is small so the teachers are able to create lessons appropriate for the class level as well as for the individual. I have learned a lot as a parent from the Channing example as well as from the community of Channing parents. This was a nurturing and creative experience for my son.”

— Heather Mulhern, Channing parent

“Both my daughter and son went to school here. It is such a welcome, loving and peaceful school! The teacher to student ratio is wonderful.  Our experience in the 3 yr. old classroom really prepares children for the social atmosphere and fundamentals of a well organized preschool. The 4-5 yr. old classes pour on the curriculum and workload to fully prepare the children for Kindergarten. We will always reflect fondly on all our happy and joy filled memories at Channing Day School.”

— Denise Riley, Channing parent

“This is a wonderful school with loving, kind teachers. I could not imagine a better experience for my children. Many of the teachers have been there for decades. My children have learned so much!”

— Tara Saylor, Channing parent

“Our kids started at Channing 35 years ago. It was exciting to see some of our grandkids attend. Channing and its staff was and continues to be a very positive environment with emphasis on appropriate activities and experiences suited for each child. They instilled a love and excitement for creating and learning that continued with each of them as they followed their educational paths.”

— Ann Kern, Channing grandparent