Carlton Landing Academy

This month's dates to note -

  • November 2 - PreK - 4th grades visit the pumpkin patch

  • November 3 - 5/6 Basketball @ Haileyville 4:00pm

  • November 4 - Book Lover's Day - Dress like your favorite book character

  • November 7 - Student Celebration (birthdays, perfect attendance, best character, trophy trophy award, AR leaders, Reading Egg award) 2:50pm in the cafeteria

  • November 11 - Veteran's Day - Wear Red, white, and blue

  • November 11 - Breakfast for our veterans @ 8:30am w/ short program after (cafeteria)

  • November 14 - World Kindness Day - Do Random Acts of Kindness (RAK) today

  • November 14 - 5/6 Basketball vs. Quinton @ Canadian Gym @ 4:00pm

  • November 14 - 18 - Bedlam Week (Dress for your team OU or OSU jeans allowed if OU or OSU shirt is worn)

  • November 17 - Take a Hike Day - Dress like a hiker

  • November 17 - Thankful Turkey Tidbits - Lunch at 11:00 for all students, parents/guardians, and community members.

  • November 18 - Hansel & Gretel play in OKC (students will ride bus & wear Osprey shirt)

  • November 18 - Board Meeting 4:00pm

  • November 21 - 25 - Thanksgiving Break

  • November 30 - Ms. Sokolosky's Birthday


Carlton Landing Academy was created as a central part of the planned community of Carlton Landing, Oklahoma. The school sits just off beautiful Eufaula Lake and amidst the gorgeous town of Carlton Landing.

We were founded on the principal of project based learning as well as developing strong character traits in our students. We teach our students the Oklahoma standards, yet we assess them using project based principles. This allows our students to show what they know and apply their knowledge to real world concepts.

We use the Ron Clark Essential 55 to introduce and maintain our character expectations for our students. We believe our students must be kind and courteous members of society as well as life-long learners.


Safety comes first. Students can't learn if they are not safe.


We learn for life: not just for school.


Applying learning to a problem helps our student understand why we learn.