Greg Wolfe

Greg Wolfe

High School Teacher

BA, Trinity University

Greg Wolfe began teaching in 1997 and joined Oklahoma Connections Academy in 2014. He teaches United States history and Oklahoma history to grades 9‒12. Mr. Wolfe has also taught at Stillwater High School, Bartlesville Madison Middle School, and Carney Junior High and High School before coming to Oklahoma Connections Academy.

Why I Became a Teacher

I have a passion for history and enjoy helping students to achieve understanding of the historical topics and issues we’re studying. Education at Oklahoma Connections Academy helps students learn to be their own advocate and to learn how to communicate with teachers and administration.

 

The Online School Experience at Oklahoma Connections Academy

I love teaching at Oklahoma Connections Academy because I am able to change the order of my lessons during the day to tackle certain items in my class. I also love the interaction with the staff. I probably talk more with staff than I ever did when I worked at a bricks-and-mortar school. The education at Oklahoma Connections Academy helps prepare students for a bright future by providing opportunities to learn to the best of their capabilities. The interaction and the communication are what make this school so special. Despite the fact that teachers and students don't ‘see’ each other on a daily basis, strong relationships are formed between students and staff members.

 

Message for Prospective Families Choosing Online School

Be prepared to be involved in your student’s education. No matter where a student goes to school, the more the family is involved, the better the student will achieve!

Our students, our parents, and our staff make this online school special.

— Mr. Wolfe

My Interests

In my spare time, I enjoy sports. I’ve coached Little League baseball and softball since 1994. I appreciate music of all kinds, especially The Beatles, The Band, and Bob Wills. I’ve also served on my community’s town board since 2010.