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Eastern Oklahoma Tribal Schools


Eastern Oklahoma Tribal Schools (EOTS) Facilities Management Program was created by Resolution of the Inter-Tribal Council of the Five Civilized Tribes in 1997. The main purpose of the program is to provide facility management and architectural services to a consortium of eastern Oklahoma’s four tribally operated schools comprised of Chickasaw Children's Village (Chickasaw Nation), Eufaula Dormitory (Muscogee-Creek-Nation), Jones Academy (Choctaw Nation), and Sequoyah High School (Cherokee Nation). Services are also extended to the school’s host tribes as scheduling allows.

The EOTS program is non-profit and is administered by the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma.


Staff Position | Title

Tracy G. Hartman, Architect

Program Director & Principal Architect

Michael J. Segroves, Architect / AICP

Project Architect & Planner

Kerwin Moore

Design Coordinator

Elizabeth Young

Architectural Project Assistant II

Wendell Hedrick

Drafting Technician

Member Schools & Tribes

School Grades Tribal Government Location

Chickasaw Children's Village


Chickasaw Nation

Kingston, Oklahoma

Eufaula Dormitory


Muscogee (Creek) Nation

Eufaula, Oklahoma

Jones Academy


Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma

Hartshorne, Oklahoma

Sequoyah Schools


Cherokee Nation

Tahlequah, Oklahoma