About Broken Arrow Public Schools
Since its formation in 1904, Broken Arrow Public Schools (BAPS) has become a dynamic leader in public education. The district resides in an urban-suburban community with nearby agricultural areas and a growing business and industrial base. Serving more than 19,000 students, BAPS has four early childhood centers (Pre-K), 14 elementary schools (grades K-5), five middle schools (grades 6-8), one freshman academy (ninth grade), one high school (grades 10-12), one alternative academy and one site dedicated to the Margaret Hudson Program.
Broken Arrow High School and the Freshman Academy are fully accredited by the state of Oklahoma and the North Central Association of Secondary Schools and Colleges.
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The mission of Broken Arrow Public Schools is to educate, equip and empower a community of learners by providing dynamic learning opportunities which enable all students to be successful.
Broken Arrow Public Schools believes…
- In utilizing 21st Century technology in achieving academic success
- All students will be college or career ready
- Community beliefs and values are paramount to the development of our children
- In a culture of collaboration and respect for internal and external stakeholders
- In fostering an atmosphere of employee engagement and open communication
- In community partnerships
- In a culture of excellence that demonstrates trust, professionalism, integrity and character
- In providing quality student opportunities
- In promoting an environment that recognizes and celebrates successes
- Diversity enriches our learning environment
- We are responsible for building upon the rich history we have created