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About Us

Welcome to Monroe!

At Monroe, our students experience unique opportunities to engage in real-world learning. They self-select into a “pathway of learning” based on their interests, which serves as a learning guide for their classes, electives, and extracurricular activities. Our structure allows our students to engage with curriculum, (I)PBL, guest speakers, and networks that are focused around their interests. When students leave Monroe, they are better equipped for high school course options, scholarship opportunities, and extracurricular activities that align with their interests and academic/career goals. They also make tangible progress towards college and career readiness.

Our inclusive family structure provides a safe environment that encourages all students to realize their full potential. We empower our students to be global citizens by embracing the whole learner with engaging, relevant, and high-quality instruction.

Inquiry/Project-based Learning

We offer a class period dedicated to practical application called inquiry/project-based learning (iPBL). During this time, students apply skills from their academy courses to address a problem and find a solution by starting a program within our school and community.

As they progress, the iPBL time becomes more student directed:

  • 6th grade focuses on addressing an issue within their grade level. The problem is defined for scholars and they are tasked with finding potential solutions.
  • 7th grade focuses on addressing an issue within our school. Students will discover a problem themselves using root cause analysis and will work to find potential solutions. 7th grade scholars also help to lead 6th graders with their project.
  • 8th grade focuses on addressing an issue outside of our school walls and coming up with an idea that will benefit our community. Students will identify the problem and solution on their own and request assistance from their instructor as needed.

Monroe Demostration AcademY

2010 E. 48th St. N.
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74130
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Phone: 918-833-8900
Principal: Rob Kaiser


  • Select from a wide variety of specialty courses and programs, including AP courses and electives
  • Interact with a diverse group of peers, teachers, and school staff in a safe and engaging school environment 
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Extra-curricular activities

  • Able Athletes
  • Anime Club
  • Arts & Crafts Club
  • Bike Club
  • Broadcast Club
  • Campfire Pride Club
  • Campfire Survival Club
  • Changemaker
  • Chess Club
  • City Year Tutoring
  • Debate Club
  • First Tee Golf Club
  • Gaining Ground
  • Anime Club
  • Garden Club
  • gROW Club
  • L.I.F.E. Club
  • Monroe Choir
  • Step Dance Club
  • Tai Chi Club

Athletic Programs

  • Boys Basketball
  • Cheer Team
  • Cross Country
  • Football
  • Girls Basketball
  • Girls Volleyball
  • Soccer
  • Track and Field
  • Wrestling

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