A private Christian academy, under the name “Washita Gemeinde Schule”, was established by the Mennonite Brethren Church as a Bible and language school in 1902. Now known as Corn Bible Academy, it has continuously educated students into the twenty-first century and is the oldest Christian school west of the Mississippi. As of 2016, it was serving grades 7-12.
In 1968, the public school of nearby Colony merged with the Corn public schools, forming the Washita Heights School District. On April 23, 2010, a referendum was held asking for voter approval to disband the increasingly small school district of Washita Heights, along with its school in Corn, due to the lack of students within the district and insufficient funding. The dissolution was approved and the nearby Cordell schools annexed the Washita Heights district
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