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Goodland Academy - Presbyterian Children's Home


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Goodland Academy - Presbyterian Children's Home The oldest continuously operated Christian children's home in America, Goodland is located two miles south of Hugo. Operated by the Presbyterian Church, the home continues to enrich the lives of young men who are residents of the school.

The Church building served for 42 years as both school and church for the area. Renovated several times since being built in 1852, the same church -- restored and enlarged -- stands on the Goodland campus today along with an 1834 log cabin school.


Admission: Admission is FREE
Hours: By appointment.
Address: 1216 N 4200 Rd
2 miles South on SH-271; 2 miles West of SH-271A
Phone: 580-326-7568
Our Website:www.goodland.org

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