Tulsa's Little Lighthouse Moves Into New Building
TULSA, Oklahoma - The start of the school year will look very different for everyone at Tulsa's Little Lighthouse this month.
The teachers and staff moved everything over to a brand-new building in the 5000 block of East 36th Street Thursday.
The Christian-based non-profit provides newborns to six year olds with free education and physical therapy.
It runs completely on donations and with volunteers.
The Little Lighthouse started fundraising for the new building in 2010. They say the additional space allowed them to enroll 30 more students this year.
Teacher Emily Hitchcock said, "It's all debt-free because of Tulsa and their generosity. I mean, you couldn't ask for a bigger dream."
The school will hold a grand-opening ceremony September 7th.