Dr. Nancy Currie-Gregg Observatory at Enid High School

WE WILL FIND STARS

IN OUR SKIES AND IN OUR SCHOOLS

Enid is home to the only high school astronomical observatory in Oklahoma. The dome and its telescopes have served students—and the Enid community—for more than 50 years, but without a renewal in community interest and support, the facility is in jeopardy of becoming obsolete.

Led by NASA Astronaut Nancy Currie-Gregg, her husband, Tim Gregg, an Enid High School graduate, and Friends of the Observatory, efforts are now underway to restore and update the venue.  Your support is vital to preserve this important educational resource and to strengthen the opportunities afforded to Enid students in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics.

Please take a few minutes to explore this website. You’ll discover the history of the dome and learn ways you can help Enid protect this unique and historic enterprise.

With your support, We Will Find Stars...in our skies and in our schools.

The Oklahoman Story

Enid Morning News Editorial

Fox 25 Story: "The Race To Save A Piece of Space Race History"

OETA Story: Preserving Oklahoma's Only High School Observatory

 

GOALS AND OBJECTIVES

To preserve a remarkable past and pave the way for an impressive future, our mission is to:

 

HOW YOU CAN HELP

Add your name to the Friends of the Observatory. It's easy and it's free. Do it now!

Encourage your Facebook Friends and Twitter Followers to Like and Follow us. 

Find us on social media

Volunteer as a part of the Observatory Clean-Up and Repair Team (OCURT) Learn more

Donate to the Friends of the Observatory campaign through the Enid Public Schools Foundation. Your contributions are 100 percent tax deductible. Make a gift.

 

"Your achievements can be as great as your dreams. Reach for the stars."
Dr. Nancy-Currie Gregg, Astronaut

 

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