Global Harvest Christian School’s vision is to prepare a new generation of leaders through academics, character training, and an intimate relationship with the Lord.



Through training, our desire is to see children embrace the unique purpose and destiny that God has for them. Practical means of achieving this comes through critical thinking in academics, focus on individual learning styles, and smaller classrooms sizes. Daily chapel services emphasize worship, experiencing God, and scriptural knowledge and training that emphasize both the Great Commandment of Matthew 22:37-39 and the Great Commission of Matthew 28:19-20.



After helping establish an international Christian School in Osaka, Japan, Jami Rudd relocated to Ardmore, Oklahoma in July 2007. While homeschooling her children and nieces onsite at Global Harvest Church, parents from the community began to ask if their children could join. In 2009, their demand resulted in the birth of Harvest Fellowship Christian School which would later be renamed Global Harvest Christian School.

Every year the Global Harvest School enrollment has increased, necessitating the purchase of new facilities twice. The demand for this type of learning experience has caused rapid growth with school and church administration rushing to keep up with the demand. Global Harvest Christian School completed their 6th year as a school in May 2015.