The Owasso School of Biblical Studies is a part of the work of the Church of Christ of Owasso and is overseen by its elders. Our purpose is twofold: To provide the tools with which men can better serve the Master as preachers, elders and deacons: and To help both men and women become better prepared as Bible class teachers and personal workers.

Admission is available to all persons who are serious in their desire to prepare themselves to serve the Lord in a more effective way. The courses of study are college-level, thus requiring maturity and spiritual dedication.

Classes meet each Saturday morning from 8:30 to 11:55am. The school year begins with the fall semester starting on the first Saturday in September and concluding in December. The second semester begins in January and will continue into May. Classes usually dismiss for the holidays and spring break. Four classes are offered each semester. Those who desire to do so may enroll in one or more of the four classes offered each semester. For class credit, the student must be enrolled; complete all required work and take all tests.

There is no tuition fee for the Owasso School of Biblical Studies. However, each student will be responsible for the cost of the textbooks and possible other materials.