About OSSM Created by legislative action in 1983, the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics began classes in 1990 as Oklahoma's only co-education, two-year, public, fully- residential high school for juniors and seniors with exceptional ability in science and mathematics. OSSM is situated in Oklahoma City in the heart of the Innovation District. The 148 students (76 seniors and 72 juniors) represent 73 high schools in 28 counties throughout the state of Oklahoma. Our students come from a wide range of socio-economic backgrounds. Historically 100% of our graduating seniors enroll at a four-year college or university directly after graduation. All 32 faculty members hold at least a master’s degree; 91% hold a doctorate in their academic teaching discipline.
About Geoffrey Simpson,
Geoffrey is a candidate for a Ph.D. in Computer Science at the University of Tulsa (scheduled graduation of May 2022), having obtained his Masters of Business Administration and Bachelors of Science in Computer Science from Oklahoma State University. He is also a member of the class of 1993 of the Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics (OSSM). Geoffrey is a serial entrepreneur with several successful endeavors over the years including Spiked Mace Software, Moxie Software, Breach Management, SkaFlash, and Diner Connection. Geoffrey is the first Alumni of OSSM to be appointed to the OSSM Board of Trustees and now serves as the Chairperson for the Search Committee to find the next president of the school. He also is the Academic Committee chairperson, where he leads the team that maintains the curriculum and academic standards. He is also a long-serving judge for i2e’s yearly Governor’s Cup business competition and is an Industry Advisory Board member for the Oklahoma State University Computer Science Department. He doesn’t limit his volunteer work to just business, Geoffrey is heavily involved in the running community, including serving as the Logistics Director for the Tulsa Route 66 Marathon for many years and as the race director for the Mohawk 5000 foot race.
Let's welcome Geoffrey Simpson!