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Oklahoma City Public Schools

Innovation and improvement are the watchwords of the Oklahoma City Public Schools. The district covers 134 square miles and includes 60 elementary schools, 17 middle schools, and 13 high schools. Five of these schools – Belle Isle Enterprise Middle School, Classen High School of Advanced Studies, John Marshall High School, Nichols Hills Elementary and Quail Creek Elementary School – are National Blue Ribbon Schools. Classen High School also offers an International Baccalaureate diploma program for international or internationally-minded students. With a student population of more than 40,000, it is the second-largest school district in the state and one of the few urban districts in the nation with a growing enrollment. The average household income for the district is $40,051.

Quick Facts:

  • 97.5 percent graduation rate
  • Average student-teacher ratios are:
  • Elementary: 21.4:1 Middle School: 20.1:1 High School: 18.5:1 Average class size: 19.2
  • 132 National Board Certified Teachers
  • 29.8 percent of certified staff with advanced degrees
  • 11.6 years average teaching experience
  • Approximately 5,000 students are enrolled in foreign language classes
  • 9,798 students were identified as English Language Learner (ELL) students representing approximately 43 native languages

www.okcps.org

Click here to see how Oklahoma City Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education. 

Putnam City Public Schools

The Putnam City Public School district is located in Oklahoma City. Covering 43 square miles, the district serves more than 18,000 students at 18 elementary schools, five middle schools and three high schools and has an overall population of 117,700. Five of the district's schools – Coronado Heights Elementary, James L. Dennis Elementary, Putnam City North High School, Wiley Post Elementary and Will Rogers Elementary – are National Blue Ribbon Schools. The average household income for the district is $49,519.

Quick Facts:

  • 80 National Board Certified Teachers
  • 25.3 percent of district teachers with advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 11.2
  • 98.4 percent graduation rate
  • Recognized by Money magazine as one of the nation's "100 Top Schools in Towns You Can Afford"
  • 207 National Merit Finalists in the last 22 years
  • More than $6.8 million in scholarships accepted by 2009 graduates

www.putnamcityschools.org

Click here to see how Putnam City Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education. 

Edmond Public Schools

Edmond, Okla., is a suburb located directly north of Oklahoma City. The district covers 129 square miles and has an overall population of 97,845. The average household income is $69,912. It includes 23 schools – 15 elementary schools, five middle schools and three high schools, as well as one early childhood center and serves more than 20,000 students. Eight of these schools – Central Middle School, Cimarron Middle School, Edmond Memorial High School, Edmond North High School, Northern Hills Elementary, Russell Dougherty Elementary School, Sequoyah Middle School and Summit Middle School – are National Blue Ribbon Schools.

Quick Facts:

  • 60 languages spoken by students
  • In 2009, the district produced 17 National Merit Semi-Finalists -- the most of an Oklahoma school district
  • 2009 High school graduates were offered $30.8 million in scholarship funds
  • 123 National Board Certified Teachers
  • 52 consecutive bond issues passed over a period of 50 years
  • 30.8 percent of teachers with advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 13.2
  • 99.7 percent graduation rate

http://edmondschools.net/

Click here to see how Edmond Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.  

Oklahoma School of Science and Mathematics (OSSM)

One of America's premier math and science high schools, OSSM has been operating for 18 years during which the school has produced 290 National Merit Finalists and 160 National Merit Commended Scholars. A tuition-free residential high school for juniors and seniors with exceptional ability in math and science, OSSCM has been cited as one of "America's Best Schools" (Redbook magazine) and deemed "the most rigorous academic program of its kind in the nation" by Dr. Julian Stanley of Johns Hopkins.

OSSM is located on a 32-acre site to the northeast of downtown Oklahoma City, adjacent to the libraries and research resources of the Oklahoma Health Center. OSSM current has enrolled more than 100 students. Students from all of Oklahoma's 77 counties have been selected to attend OSSM.

Quick Facts:

  • In the National Competition of Engineering Aptitude, Mathematics and Science (TEAM+S), sponsored each year by the Junior Engineering Technical Society, OSSM teams have placed first regionally for 10 consecutive years.
  • The 1,1084 students to graduate from OSSM in 18 years have received scholarship offers in excess of $85 million.
  • In 2006, 2007, 2008 and 2009, NEWSWEEK Magazine named OSSM one of America's "Top Public Schools."

www.ossm.edu

 

Banner Public Schools

Banner Public Schools is a small public school district in Greater Oklahoma City. Located in El Reno – approximately 30 minutes from downtown Oklahoma City – Banner educates nearly 200 children from pre-K through eight grade. The district has an overall population of 1,215 with an average household income of $74,509.

Quick Facts:

  • 18.2 percent of teachers with advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 8.5

www.banner.k12.ok.us

Click here to see how Banner Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.  

Choctaw-Nicoma Park Public Schools

Located east of downtown Oklahoma City, Choctaw-Nicoma Park covers 58 square miles and serves more than 4,800 students. The overall district population is 23,795 with an average household income of $56,334.

Quick Facts:

  • Dix elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school
  • 96.8 percent graduation rate
  • 23.4 percent of teachers with advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 12.2

www.cnpschools.org

Click here to see how Choctaw-Nicoma Park Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.  

Crooked Oak Public Schools

Crooked Oak Public Schools district covers five square miles and includes two elementary schools, one middle school and one high school serving more than 1,000 students. The overall population of the district is 4,815 with an average household income of $27,505.

Quick Facts:

  • Two elementary schools, one middle school, one high school
  • 97.6 percent graduation rate
  • 26.8 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 9.8

www.crookedoak.org

Click here to see how Crooked Oak Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.

Crutcho Public Schools

Crutcho is an unincorporated community in Oklahoma County on the east side of Oklahoma City with an overall population of 4,830. The district educates 258 students from pre-K through 8th grade. The average household income for the district is $40,217.

Quick Facts:

  • 24.7 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 8.4

www.crutchoesd.org

Click here to see how Crutcho Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.

Deer Creek Public Schools

The Deer Creek Public Schools district is located to the north and northeast of Oklahoma City and covers 72 square miles with an overall population of 8,045. The district serves more than 3,000 students at four elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. Four of these schools – Deer Creek Elementary School, Prairie Vale Elementary School, Deer Creek Middle School and Deer Creek High School – are National Blue Ribbon Schools. The average household income for the district is $92,778.

Quick Facts:

  • One National School of Distinction -- Prairie Vale Elementary School
  • 29.4 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 9.3
  • 99.5 percent senior graduation rate

www.deercreekschools.org

Click here to see how Deer Creek Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.

Harrah Public Schools

Located east of Oklahoma City, Harrah Public Schools encompasses 64 square miles and has an overall population of 9,225. The district includes three elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school which serve more than 2,200 students. The average household income for the district is $46,580.

Quick Facts:

  • 28.3 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 13.3
  • Student to Teacher ratio: 18.8:1
  • 97.6 percent graduation rate

www.harrahschools.com

Click here to see how Harrah Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.

Jones Public Schools

The Jones Public School District is located northeast of Oklahoma City in the city of Jones, Okla. The district's overall population is 5,195 with an average household income of $50,591. Jones Public Schools serve more than 1,000 students at one elementary school, one middle school and one high school.

Quick Facts:

  • 17.9 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 11.5
  • 95.4 percent graduation rate

www.joneshs.k12.ok.us

Click here to see how Jones Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.

Little Axe Public Schools

Little Axe is located east of Norman, Okla., which lies directly south of Oklahoma City, and covers 57 square miles. Little Axe Public Schools includes one elementary school, one middle school and one high school and serves more than 1,200 students. The district's overall population is 5,830 and the average household income is $44,202.

Quick Facts:

  • 26.3 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 11.1
  • 94.4 percent graduation rate

www.littleaxe.k12.ok.us

Click here to see how Little Axe Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.

Luther Public Schools

The City of Luther is located in the northeast corner of Oklahoma County. The Luther Public Schools district covers 133 square miles and has an overall population of 4,050. The district serves more than 800 students at one high school, one middle school, one elementary school and a new 5th grade center. The average household income in the district is $46,288.

Quick Facts:

  • 27.3 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 13.8
  • 100 percent graduation rate

www.lutherlions.org

Click here to see how Luther Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.

McLoud Public Schools

McLoud Public Schools draw students from four counties – Cleveland, Lincoln, Oklahoma and Pottawatomie – and is located east of Oklahoma City. The district covers 74 square miles and has an overall population of 9,865. The district's total enrollment is approximately 1,800 students from Pre-K through 12th grade. The district includes one elementary school, one middle school and one high school. The average household income is $46,623.

Quick Facts:

  • 21.2 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 12.7
  • 97.5 percent graduation rate

www.mcloudschools.us

Click here to see how McLoud Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.

Mid-Del Public Schools

The Midwest City-Del City School District is located immediately east of Oklahoma City and serves nearly 15,000 students. The district covers 70 square miles and includes 17 elementary schools, five middle schools and three high schools. Mid-Del Schools was chosen as a "What Parents Want" award winner for the 17th consecutive year by School Match. The average household income for the district is $42,610.

Quick Facts:

  • 30.7 percent of teachers have advanced academic degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 12.6
  • 98.7 percent graduation rate
  • The Mid-Del community has approved the last 18 consecutive bond issues
  • The Mid-Del PTA membership is more than 9,000
  • More than 40 percent of certified staff have advanced degrees
  • The Gifted/Talented programs serve more than 3,000 students
  • Mid-Del's English as a Second Language (ESL) program serves more than 400 students who speak 32 different languages
  • World language education begins in elementary school and continues through high school
  • All elementary schools offer a pre-kindergarten program and a full-day kindergarten program
  • Pleasant Hill Elementary offers a 3-year-old program

www.Mid-del.net

Click here to see how Mid-Del Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.

Millwood Public Schools

The Millwood Public Schools district is located inside the Oklahoma City limits. The district covers nine square miles and serves nearly 1,000 students at an elementary school (that runs through the 8th grade) and a high school. The average household income for the district is $51,100. Millwood High School is a National Blue Ribbon School.

Quick Facts:

  • 31.8 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 10.4
  • 100 percent graduation rate

Click here to see how Milwood Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education. 

Moore Public Schools

The city of Moore is located directly south of Oklahoma City. The district covers 159 square miles and has an overall population of 95,855. Moore Public Schools offers pre-K through 12th grade and has a student population of more than 21,000 – making it the third largest system in the state. The district includes 21 elementary schools, five junior high schools and three high schools, plus five vista alternative academics. Two of these schools – Leslie R. Fisher Elementary School and Moore West Junior High School – are National Blue Ribbon Schools. The average household income in the district is $54,602.

Quick Facts:

  • 23 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 12.4
  • 1,400 certified teachers with more than 500 advanced degrees.
  • 18:1 student to teacher ratio
  • 97 percent graduation rate

www.mooreschools.com

Click here to see how Moore Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education. 

Mustang Public Schools

Mustang is located to the west of Oklahoma City. The Mustang Public Schools district covers 73 square miles and educates more than 8,000 students each year at six elementary schools, two middle schools, one mid-high and one high school. The district offers pre-K classes at the Mustang Education Center. The average household income for the district is $60,663.

Quick Facts:

  • 21.1 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 12.1
  • Pre-K class sizes have a 10:1 student-teacher ratio
  • 97.7 percent graduation rate
  • 20.8 percent of teachers have an advanced degree

www.mustangps.org

Click here to see how Mustang Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education. 

Norman Public Schools

Located south of Oklahoma City, Norman is the third largest city in Oklahoma and is home to the University of Oklahoma. The district covers 128 square miles and has an overall population of 92,730. It serves nearly 14,000 students and includes 15 elementary schools, four middle schools and two high schools. Six of these schools – Lakeview Elementary, McKinley Elementary, Norman High School, Roosevelt Elementary, Truman Elementary and West Mid-High – are National Blue Ribbon Schools. Most schools see 100 percent PTA participation. The district has 15 pre-K and full-day kindergarten programs. The average household income is $50,021.

Quick Facts:

  • 33.9 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 11.7
  • 99.1 percent graduation rate
  • 15 after school programs
  • Wilson Elementary School is a 2005 National Title I Distinguished School
  • 83 National Board Certified teachers
  • Norman Public Schools is the second largest employer in Norman

www.norman.k12.ok.us

Click here to see how Norman Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education. 

Oakdale Public Schools

With a district enrollment of nearly 500 students, Oakdale Public School District is located on the east side of Edmond, Okla. and serves students from pre-K through 8th grade. The district covers nine square miles and has an overall population of 1,645. The average household income is $122,183.

Quick Facts:

  • 24.4 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • 14.7 average years of teaching
  • The district has a one percent unemployment rate

www.oakdale.org

Click here to see how Oakdale Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education. 

Piedmont Public Schools

Piedmont is located to the northwest of Oklahoma City and has an overall population of 6,820. The district serves more than 2,000 students at three elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. Piedmont Elementary is a National Blue Ribbon School. The average household income for the district is $66,075.

Quick Facts:

  • 23.4 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 10.8
  • 91.8 percent graduation rate

www.piedmontschools.org

Click here to see how Piedmont Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education. 

Robin Hill Public Schools

Located in Norman, Okla., the Robin Hill Public Schools district covers 17 square miles and has an overall population of 495. The district educates nearly 200 students from kindergarten until 8th grade. The average household income is $55,455.

Quick Facts:

  • 15.5 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 11.2

www.robinhill.k12.ok.us

Click here to see how Robin Hill Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education. 

Union City Public Schools

Union City is located to the southwest of Oklahoma City. The district covers 85 square miles and has an overall population of 1,355. Nearly 300 students are served at one elementary school (that goes through the 8th grade) and one high school. The average household income is $45,160.

Quick Facts:

  • 10.9 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 13.2
  • 100 percent graduation rate

www.unioncity.k12.ok.us

Click here to see how Union City Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.  

Western Heights Public Schools

Western Heights Public Schools is a small district located on the southwest side of Oklahoma City. The district covers 26 square miles and has an overall population of 17,160. It serves more than 3,000 students at four elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. The average household income for the district is $36,111.

Quick Facts:

  • 27.9 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 10.4
  • 94 percent graduation rate

www.westernheights.k12.ok.us

Click here to see how Western Heights Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.  

Yukon Public Schools

The City of Yukon is located to the west of Oklahoma City. The district covers 68 square miles and has an overall population of 29,305. With seven elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school, the district serves nearly 7,000 students. The average household income is $52,848.

Quick Facts:

  • 22.5 percent of teachers have advanced degrees
  • Average years of experience among teachers: 11.6
  • 98 percent graduation rate
  • All elementary schools operate pre-K programs

www.yukonps.com

Click here to see how Yukon Public Schools was graded by the State Department of Education.  

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